This tarot deck is absolutely beautiful. It's the most beautiful deck I've seen so far. The pictures are dreamlike and full of symbolism. They have definite Indian and Native American influences - some of the pictures are clearly taken from a Native American setting, and the Indian influence is also clearly apparent, as in the Tower card, which is renamed Kali. I would definitely recommend this deck because of the pure beauty of it.
But if you're going to use this deck, I would suggest not using the meanings in the book that comes with it, but instead use more traditional meanings for the cards. A lot of the card meanings in the book bear only a passing resemblance to traditional meanings, and sometimes not even that much. There's nothing wrong with reinterpreting the cards a little so that they fit with the view you have of them, but it almost seems like the authors here were trying to create a whole new system. For example, the description of the Nine of Cups starts out like this: "One of the traditional meanings given this card is "free-flowing feeling." Since we have been looking at defensive strategies in the suit of Cups, we use this card to represent the cutting off from feelings that accompanies the defense of intellectualizing." Their meaning clearly bears very little resemblance to the original meaning. And the authors decided that the suit of Wands should represent the chakras, which leads to card interpretations that have virtually no connection with the cards' original meanings.
Some might find the authors' card meanings useful. But I've had much better luck using traditional meanings with these cards. When I tried using the authors' meanings, I didn't get anywhere.
I would definitely recommend using this deck. The illustrations are lovely and speak to your intuition. However, I suggest not using this deck unless you're fairly familiar with the tarot, and I would recommend disregarding the meanings in the accompanying book. It's somewhat irritating to have to do this, but this really is an amazing deck.