The 5 Keys to Happiness Oracle Cards

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Gordon Smith, the internationally renowned psychic medium, and Dronma bring you this extraordinary deck of oracle cards. It fuses ancient Tibetan wisdom with contemporary Western psychological insight to give you the keys to achieving a happier and more balanced life.

Using the five Tibetan elements of Earth, Water, Fire, Air, and Space, this deck will help you understand the elemental forces, of which you and the world around you are composed....

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Overview

Gordon Smith, the internationally renowned psychic medium, and Dronma bring you this extraordinary deck of oracle cards. It fuses ancient Tibetan wisdom with contemporary Western psychological insight to give you the keys to achieving a happier and more balanced life.

Using the five Tibetan elements of Earth, Water, Fire, Air, and Space, this deck will help you understand the elemental forces, of which you and the world around you are composed.

Use these 34 cards for daily guidance, individual spreads, or for meditation. Also included is a mandala cloth for laying out spreads and protecting your cards.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781401908027
  • Publisher: Hay House, Inc.
  • Publication date: 3/26/2006
  • Pages: 34
  • Product dimensions: 3.90 (w) x 5.50 (h) x 1.40 (d)

Meet the Author

Gordon Smith is an astoundingly accurate medium who's renowned for his ability to give exact names of people, places, and even streets. The seventh son of a son, Gordon travels all around the world demonstrating his abilities, offering healing and comfort to thousands of people. At the end of his journeys, he returns to his native Glasgow, Scotland, where he runs a barbershop. As Gordon says, there's nothing like a short back and sides for keeping his feet firmly on the ground. His extraordinary skills have attracted the attention of university scientists researching psychic phenomena and countless numbers of journalists and documentary makers.

Dronma has been a Tibetan Buddhist in the Kagyu School for more than 30 years. Part of her practice has involved painting traditional Tibetan Thankas (paintings created on cloth). Dronma has also worked with Gordon in demonstrations of psychic art.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 14, 2006

    First, know what it is not

    This is a meditation device....not a tarot deck. To most people the word 'Oracle' suggests that the deck is a device designed to tell you something about the future. Like the 13 moon oracle this deck requires meditation and thought about what is rather than insight into the future. These cards can become part of a 'Spiritual Plan' for you life....but first you have to agree that creating and implementing your own plan is more inportant than having the universe tell you what is going to happen tomorrow, even if it isn't nearly as entertaining.

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