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The WayCard Oracle: A Guide to the Inner Journey

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The WayCard Oracle: A Guide to the Inner Journey

Martha Travers

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Find your “Way” with 33 oracle cards with guidebook based on principles of the ancient traditions of Taoism and nature-based spirituality. Organized around basic archetypal situations of life and shown with Way-pointing Arrows on each card, varied themes—Child, Nest, Hero, Crossroads, Threshold, Betrayal, Earth, Air, Fire, and Water—reflect your journey, the elemental forces of life, and the fundamental situations you may find yourself encountering along the Way. With this deck, first see what lies outside you with clarity, and then explore what lies inside. Places and encounters along your life path can identify hidden knowledge, challenges, and opportunities and the passage to the interior mingles both negative and positive emotional experiences—each illuminating the Way. There are no wrong turnings on the life path. Everything that happens—every decision, accident, error, victory—is the path. With WayCards to direct you, now travel more lightly along your own personal road.

Size: box set 6″ x 9″ x 1 1/4″ | 33 art cards | 96 pp
ISBN13: 9780764350597 | Binding: soft cover

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Martha Winona Travers, PhD, medicine woman, poet, and essayist, is a practitioner of contemplative and Shamanic arts. Born of Celtic ancestry, she follows the path of nature spirituality. For ten years, Martha traveled frequently to South America where she lived with the indigenous Quichua people and learned ancient traditions of healing from the elders in the Andes Mountains. In 2007, she was given the title, “Mama Iachag,” (Medicine Woman) by her Quichua teacher. Martha is the founder of Natureandhealing.org through which she offers consultations, healing ceremonies, contemplative retreats, vision quests, and WayCard readings. Martha is a lecturer at The University of Michigan where she teaches Contemplative Studies for The Program in Creativity and Consciousness Studies in the Department of Jazz and Contemporary Improvisation.