Tarot of the Enchanted Soul Deck
Our soul has a longing, a purpose, a path that it keeps searching for until it finds it. How many of us have felt that we are here for a reason, but cannot grasp what that is or how to find it? Most of us I would ponder! Sometimes we need a little guidance directly from our soul and a great way to access that information is through the Tarot. Through this metaphysical tool, you can hear the whispers of your inner spirit. And it has a lot to say.
In the past, there were a lot of misconceptions and untruths about Tarot Decks. They carried a negative undertone that many people feared and stayed free of. Being superstitious they were afraid of conjuring up an unknown evil. Others thought you had to be psychic to use them. But, times have changed. Tarot is gaining in popularity by leaps and bounds as people discover that it’s a self-development tool for tapping into our intuition and the magic of our soul. There are copious decks on the market, but I like to find one that is attractive and one that I resonate with. I recently found the Tarot of the Enchanted Soul and it’s one of the most beautiful decks I’ve seen.
The Tarot of the Enchanted Soul large magnetic keepsake box is stunning with blues, teals, aquas, and greens colors. It’s alluring and evokes an enchanting dreamlike vibe that you wish you could fall into. I confess that I love the inner image more than the cover. It’s more whimsical and magical and you feel like you’re being welcomed into a mystical realm.
Inside the ornate box are 78 tarot cards (22 Major Arcana and 56 Minor Arcana) and a guidebook. Both the cards and the manual have immensely breathtaking and spellbinding artwork on them. It’s some of the nicest I’ve seen on a tarot deck yet. The cards are larger than the standard tarot cards and they have gold metallic gilding along the edges. They’re thick and durable and have a nice subtle gloss to them. They feel like they would wear well.
Each card is framed and shares a few keywords of what it represents. I like this feature; you don’t have to revert to the manual every time if you are just looking for a quick explanation.
The guidebook is large and filled with useful information. The onset of the book shares a little about what the Tarot is, some misconceptions, and how to store and cleanse your deck. It also shares what the Major and Minor Arcana are and then guides you on how to do a reading. They share several different spreads from a 3-card to a 12-card spread.
Another positive is that all cards in the manual are in color. You’ll find many guidebooks only offer black and white images, so I love that they are in full vibrant hues. Each card offers some keywords, a full explanation, and some probing thoughts to ponder. I love this deck and I think anyone who is looking for some inner magic, personal guidance, growth and empowerment would love using it.
Disclaimer: I received complimentary products to facilitate a review. All opinions are my own, yours may differ.