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Island Time Wellness Love Oracle Decks Unboxings | Deck in Focus | On YouTube

Unboxing Deck#1:

Unboxing Deck#2:

Unboxing Deck#3:

Deck in Focus: Working with the Island Time Wellness Oracle:

The first three videos are unboxings of the Island Time Wellness decks 1, 2, and 3. The fourth video is a Deck in Focus, which discusses how I work with these three decks in a love reading. I recorded the first three videos on November 6, 2019 and the Deck in Focus video was recorded on May 5, 2020. 

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Hoodoo Tarot Study | Week 10 Journal and Tarot Prompt

Journal Prompt: Our ancestors use our intuition to protect our path and guide us towards our highest good. Where has your intuition protected or guided you recently? 

Hello! The above bolded question is our tenth weekly journal and Tarot spread prompt. I will post our journal/tarot prompt every Monday during the duration of our Tarot study. I may or may not create a Tarot spread from the prompt for every week, but feel free to create your own spreads and share them with the group. To simplify things, I use the journal prompts as inspiration for spreads and you can feel free to do the same.

Each day, we’re doing a draw for 2 solid weeks. It can be one card or as many as you’d like. Please do the journal prompt for your weekly journal entry, but the Tarot spread prompt is optional and just a guide for those who need it. Take a look at your fellow members’ posts to comment and for inspiration.

Please feel free to use your own spreads and inspiration for your daily draws. For the weeks I create an actual spread, you can break down each question for your daily draws – but this is just a suggestion. Share your spreads, thoughts, ideas, etc. in the group.

You only need to do one weekly journal entry, but feel free to journal as much as you would like.