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I just couldn't see the point in these cards,
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I was deeply disappointed in these cards as I was expecting something more like the Tarot, where you are drawn to pick the card that will give you the guidance you need. The Tarot are deeply based on the Law of Attraction, as you are attracted to the vibration of the correct card for the situation, but I simply could not see for what situation these cards would be useful.
I was expected these cards to be like the Rune stones, but featuring the guidance of Abraham, they were, what I can only describe as flakey and completely pointless. Treat yourself to a bag of Runes and don't waste your money on these.
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Initial post: 30 Apr 2009 22:54:52 BDT
If you are unfamiliar with the teachings of Abraham, these cards may not fulfill your expectations. Read a few books first or listen to their intro, which is available for free download on their website http://www.abraham-hicks.com . If you are familiar however, these cards are a great way to boost your creativity!
Posted on 26 Aug 2013 17:50:42 BDT
Dog in a Flat Cap says:
I think it's important to note that these cards aren't meant to be a divination system like runes or the tarot - they are meant to help activate the law of attraction in a positive way in one's own life. The runes - ordinarily used for divining - would not be especially good for this specific purpose (although no doubt you could turn them to that use if you knew how!).
These are more like affirmation cards. So far I don't feel that I am drawn to the card which has the correct resonance for me, it feels a bit arbitrary, so I can't give these the total thumbs up just yet.
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