REVIEW: SACRED JOURNEY ORACLE
Updated: Oct 1, 2020
Unboxing, First Impressions & Review
If you've noticed, I like black and gold so obviously I have to get Vicky Ayala's Sacred Journey Oracle. But first! Here's an unboxing video!
Now that you've seen what's in the box and the shuffle test, here are my first impressions.
WHAT I LIKE:
1. THE ARTWORK.
Minimalist, direct yet detailed and pleasing to the eyes - these are what mostly attracted me to get this deck. Black and gold colors are super bonuses too!
2. CARD STOCK The cards fits my small hands perfectly so shuffling was smooth - perfect for the Ribbon Spread since it's slippery. However, the printing or ink seems to be faded?
You may purchase the Sacred Journey Oracle here.
Took about 3 working weeks before I was able to received it plus a local tax of ₱112.00.
5. THE BONUS!
This particular oracle deck was meant for connecting you to your authentic self. Vicky Ayala created this deck to 'bridge your tactical & rational left brain with your creative & emotional right brain.'
6. THE INTERVIEW.
INTRODUCE YOURSELF: Moxie
When I finally unboxed this deck, I automatically noticed an energy emitting from it that at first I wasn't quite sure what it is. So by introducing itself as Moxie, I understood immediately. There was a definite confidence and boldness about this deck that lives up to its purpose - to connect with your authentic self.
WHAT ARE YOUR STRENGTHS? Voice
Its inner voice has spoken and heard loud and clear as it introduces itself to me. The Sacred Journey Oracle has certainly made quite an impression.
WHAT ARE YOUR LIMITATIONS? Juxtapose
Defining the norm - making sense of a nonsense.
WHAT CAN I LEARN FROM YOU? Ownership
To take responsibility and to recognize the roles of your possessions. To show authority over the choice you make.
WHAT IS THE BEST WAY TO CONNECT WITH YOU? Gypsy
Freedom and to connect with a care-free approach.
OUTCOME OF OUR RELATIONSHIP: Hustle
This deck may pose as a challenge as it requires hardwork to make our relationship work. No half-assing.
WHAT I HATE:
The deck smells funny. Hmm... upgrade to a better printer perhaps?
I admit I was initially enamored with the black and gold-ish theme this deck has. It's a good prompt post for your Instagram feed.
That concludes my review.
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