The Aboriginal Chakra Goddess Cards are unique.
The 49 cards consist of 7 different colours, of which each colour is represented by a Chakra Angel or Faery, a God and Goddess, and 4 chakra cards.
This set of Aboriginal Chakra Goddess Cards are inspired by the close connection between the Australian Aboriginal Artist/Author’s spirituality, and her relationship with the deities from a range of other cultures together with the merging of the chakras.
These cards capture a distinctive and rare blend of cultures, to produce an Oracle that is based on ancient spirituality which spans time and cultural beliefs.
Other titles by Mel Brown
With 300 fascinating and conversation building questions, plus 4 blank cards on which to write your own TAOC questions, this game is for everyone. The only knowledge needed to contribute to TAOC is your own life experiences, interest and ideas. A great game to create conversations with friends and families. Can be played as a dinner party game, a creative writing or journaling exercise, or even a distraction for those long car or bus trips. *Examples:* #1 Who taught you to drive, and were you happy with their approach? #72... More info
The Cosmos Child Children’s Wellbeing Cards have been designed with the intention of lovingly supporting children to affirm their 7 foundational needs. The Children’s Wellbeing cards bring awareness to children’s needs according to the chakras. Each of the 28 cards has an accompanying reading, supporting parents to encourage and affirm their children’s needs in a simple way. By using the cards, children discover words and images to help them express their feelings and come to know that their needs matter, which is vitally important to their wellbeing. More info
This set of 48 cards carefully provides an introduction to the nature and experience of loss through bereavement. The cards are particularly designed to use with children who may be confronted with bereavement for the first time and have no experience or knowledge of how to understand and cope with their loss and fears. The images on the cards go through from the moment of being told of their death, a variety of ways a person dies, the feelings of loss and anger, the funeral service and life following... More info