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Spirrit of the Wheel Meditation Deck Cards

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  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1572815450
  • ISBN-13: 978-1572815452
  • Product Dimensions: 18.7 x 11.7 x 3.5 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 204 g
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #312,832 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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By Thunder on Jan. 12 2012
Format: Cards
I found the deck to be very much what I was looking for in a Tarot. Easy to understand and great to read from.
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79 of 81 people found the following review helpful
NDNs - Check It Out! Jan. 27 2011
By HistoryTramp - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Cards Verified Purchase
As a Native person, I am cautious in introducing New Age/Metaphysical subjects to my NDN friends and family (FYI to the non-Natives reading this: many, many Native people are scornful of these things; they view the often clumsy incorporation of Native teachings into worldwide metaphysics as the frequent theft of a culture the thieves can never truly comprehend). When I started reading oracle cards a few years ago, I loved them so much and began seeking a way to share my newfound knowledge with those closest to me. This deck was the answer.

It was created by a woman who lived with a (Cree?) tribe out west, and the symbols are based on that tribe's clans and beliefs (I like that it didn't take a "one-size-fits-all-Indians" approach). As you read them, you will find yourself interpreting to your own tribe's teachings and recognizing the symbology in that context. Even so, take a look at the book and just see if there's a little more information to be gleaned from each card.

The cards are remarkably easy to read, with each one bearing three key words on the front. You almost don't need the book, but you might want to refer to it anyway until you get to know them better. The medicine wheel chart that comes with the deck is pretty cheesy and you probably won't use it. I usually do a simple three card spread, but there are some very intriguing suggestions in the book. I particularly liked the calumet/pipe layout and got some good readings from it right off the bat.

The first time I read for my mother and my aunt, both elders, I was amazed to learn my great-grandfather was known to read an ordinary deck of playing cards. He helped a lot of people in his village and it made me so proud to hear that. I spread a nice cloth on the table, smudged the cards and ourselves, and read for them. They loved it! If you are looking for a deck that respects the Red Road and won't offend your ancestors, this is probably the one for you.
34 of 35 people found the following review helpful
Gorgeous oracle and meditation deck..... Aug. 24 2007
By Viewer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Cards Verified Purchase
The Spirit of the Wheel Deck is amazing! It is one of the best oracle finds for me, this year. I now own 4 copies, as I want to make sure I have this for life! The artwork is gorgeous, soft colours, bold statements, gentle teachings of life. This can be used in a myriad of ways, be it as a meditation deck, pathworking or as an oracle, it will help guide you into a world of Native American teachings, animal totems, spiritual growth and how the Creator of life weaves all these together to form the medicine wheel. Higly recommended to anyone interested in the above forms of divination or meditation as well as Native American spirituality.
19 of 19 people found the following review helpful
Wow...Just wow.*Update* Aug. 3 2011
By ~Kit Kat~ - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Cards Verified Purchase
I have looked at these cards a few times over the last year always thinking, "I really need to try those."

When they arrived the other day, not only were they beautifully designed as described, they are absolutely gorgeous. Each card is well thought out and portrays such emotion and has such beautiful messages.

The first time I sat down with them I tried a layout shown in the small guide book called "The Blossoming Flower" and was simply amazed. It was not only uplifting but it gave gentle direction in the right way.

In my opinion they would be great for everyone from experienced readers to novice beginners. They are easy to follow, the book is well written, and the cards seem extremely well made. And that's not even including the beautiful little poster that is a map of the Native medicine wheel.

Being Native American myself I connected easily with these cards, but I think anyone no matter your family linage would simply adore the beauty of these cards.

I truly think I have found a new favorite deck and I can promise I will be using them often. <3


Over a year later and I am still in awe of these cards! In my experience these are easy for anyone to connect with, they always point out whats going on around you clearly, and always seem to give a good direction to go in.

I have read myself countless times, and have done probably 30+ readings on others over the last year with these. There are actually several that ask me specifically to use these cards each time.

Even after all that they look like new.

They are truly one of my favorite decks out of the 20+ I have. Soon I'll be stocking up on them, for myself and as gifts for others.

Highly recommended, no matter if your beginner or a more advanced reader! <3
20 of 22 people found the following review helpful
Very Spiritual Cards May 27 2009
By Roger Gilbert - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Cards Verified Purchase
I have been using an oracle for years to tap into spirit or higher self. The I-ching, first and foremost, but native american spirituality also. This deck has awesome artwork and three word reminders on each card concerning the meaning described in the little book that comes in the deck. My recommendation is to lay the cards out on the floor in a medicine wheel (chart Included) so you can see how each card correlates and is placed in the Medicine wheel. I also burned sage and walked in a circle around the wheel blessing it and giving it my own personal power. I am picky about the tools I use for ritual, prayer and guidance. These cards speak to me, about the circle of life and walking it. These are not tarot cards..they are about the medicine wheel. I use these and another excellent deck called. The Lakota sweat lodge cards. Inspired by medicine man Archie Fire lame deer.
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Beautiful art June 24 2008
By Deah CurryPhD - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Cards Verified Purchase
I'm a huge Jodi Bergsma fan, so I was immediately attracted to this meditation tool for that reason. I expected a more substantial book instead of the flimsy and tiny paper pamphlet thing that doesn't even have a normal cardstock cover. I'm further disappointed that the card images themselves are not reproduced in the pamphlet, as one would expect and is common in other meditation decks of similar sort.

Nonetheless, for all these objections, the cards themselves live up to Jodi's usual exceptional quality in beauty, spiritual connection, and meaningfulness, and I can recommend this product to those who won't be annoyed by the disappointments noted above.

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