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Transformation Oracle

Sonya Shannon

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Immerse yourself in Divine healing energy as you discover ways to transform into your best self through 44 lavish and richly illustrated cards. This oracle harnesses the ancient mystical powers of the four elements—Earth, Air, Fire, and Water—and is designed specifically to help navigate daily life with detailed insights that will illuminate the turning points in your personal and spiritual growth. The visions and messages in the accompanying guidebook will inspire you to manifest your Highest Self, fulfill your Divine Destiny, and spread positivity, hope, and healing to everyone you touch. As you move through eight phases of transformation with quick insight to the situations in your life, identify the stages as beginning, ending, stasis, quietude, growth, nourishment, decline, and refinement. Ten spreads and thirty-two tools will help your exploration of self. It’s time to transform into the person you’ve always wanted and needed to be. Appropriate for all levels of readers.

Size: 5 1/4″ x 6″ x 1 1/2″ | 44 art cards | 152 pp
ISBN13: 9780764355929 | Binding: box set

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Sonya Shannon has had a successful career as a digital effects artist and educator that spans Canada, the USA, and Asia. She graduated from the prestigious classical animation program at Sheridan College and taught computer art and 3-D computer animation in the MFA programs at School of Visual Arts and Pratt Institute in New York City. Her distinctive style is shaped by her training in hand-drawn animation, expertise in digital color, and work on the frontier of special effects. Her long-time work as an I-Ching reader led Sonya to create The Transformation Oracle. As a spiritual healer, Sonya serves as a ULC minister and works with survivors of childhood abuse. She has published articles on computer animation and digital art, as well as select poems.