Pack information: 44 cards, along with 65 page guidebook
Card dimensions: 90 x 125 mms
Authors: Doreen Virtue, PhD
They say: TheMagical Mermaids and Dolphins Oracle Cards are specifically designed to help you manifest your goals, life purpose, and Divinely inspired dreams. These 44 beautifully illustrated cards can help you swim into the ocean of your unconscious mind, where profound thoughts and feelings can create - or block - your hearts desire. Your manifestations will appear more quickly and accurately once you've discovered your true, deep beliefs. The cards are easy to use, even if you're a beginner and the enclosed guidebook will help you perform amazingly accurate readings for yourself and others.
Doreen Virtue is a bestselling author and clairvoyant doctor of psychology who works with the angelic and elemental realms. She is a frequent guest on television and radio talk shows in the U.S.
The Symbol of the Dolphin
The dolphin is a symbol of joy, of being able to 'go with the flow' of life, free from worry. It is significant that they are mammals that live in water because water and the oceans are symbolic of our deeper emotions and the cosmic ocean of life. Dolphins play, leap, twist and turn in these waters, and so as a symbol they represent the ability for us to release limitations, and then accept and enjoy our deeper spiritual nature. Dolphins do not dwell on the meaning of life, they simply live life to the full as a part of the cosmic dance. You should wear the symbol of dolphin as a way of showing your intention to become more at one with the breath of life (that is the spiritual nature of life) and to promote a connection with laughter, joyful release and the ability to give of yourself freely to others.
More About Mermaids
A mermaid is a mystical sea creature that's half woman (from the waist up) and half fish (from the waist down). Even though their lower halves are fish-like, they aren't seen as scaly and slimy, but rather elegant and charming. Mermaids are said to spend the majority of their time living in the sea, rising only on occasion, and are regarded as beautiful creatures.
They are particularly adept at singing and playing musical instruments and are renowned for their ability to either guide fishermen away from dangerous rocks with their bewitching voices or, sadly, lure ships to an untimely end. In fact, the traditional Irish name for a mermaid is murduchu, which means "song of the sea" or "sea chant."
Sightings have been made throughout the world, but it was during the Middle Ages when symbols of mermaids holding a comb and mirror are first thought to have appeared. For Christians, this came to represent beauty and vanity and the fact that it could prove too much for men and lead them away from stability.
Although not featured so much in the popular tales or sightings, mermen were talked of, too. Together they were known collectively as Merfolk.
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