Today it’s time to talk about the tarot decks I’ll be focusing on during the upcoming Winter!
I was honestly so excited to pick out these decks for the upcoming season because I’m really excited about these decks. If you’re interested in what I picked out for Autumn, and how I eventually did with those you can see both of those posts there but let’s get into it.
The Language of Flowers
As you’re about to see, I’m planning to use a lot of the newest acquisitions to my collection during Winter, starting with this one. I’ve been using this as my daily card draw for the past week and I really like—they’re easy to use as all the information is on the card and there’s no guidebook to search through. I don’t currently have a lot of time in the mornings so getting to do this super quickly is great. These cards bring me a lot of comfort and like I said, they are easy to understand. I probably won’t use these for daily card draws for all of Winter as I’m sure I’ll want to switch this around for some of the others, but they are great on the mornings that I need a little pick me up before work or at the start of a new week. Here’s a deck review and flip-through from Moon Moth Goddess.
Santa Muerte Tarot
I couldn’t resist picking this one out as my main tarot deck for Winter. Again, this is a new addition to my collection and it’s just so pretty. The cards themselves also really give off an Autumn/Winter vibe for me so I’m glad this came into my life at the perfect time for that. I haven’t had the chance to play with these ones at all yet so I can’t say anything beyond how gorgeous they are. I’m hoping the deck itself will work for me when I do get around to reading with it for the first time in the next few days, and if they don’t I know a friend who would equally love them. So here’s hoping I have some good luck with them and that I can share some more thoughts about the deck and how it works for me in my next reflections post, but for now—they’re gorgeous and I’m excited. Here’s a flip-through from TarotOracle.
The Goddess Temple Oracle
And finally, I couldn’t not include this new one as well. This deck does feel kind of Wintery to me in a few of its images, but it’s also just really gorgeous. This follows a couple of different paths—there are some goddesses, some archetypes and a few others as well. I don’t think I have another deck anything like this so I’m interested to give it a chance and see whether it works for me or not. I don’t really have a lot of experience with oracle decks in the first place—I find comfort in the stability of tarot meanings, in terms of the fact that the cards have set meanings and while they can be interpreted differently, there’s generally a theme. The sort of like wishy-washy ‘be kind to yourself’ messages of some decks don’t work for me, so I’m hoping this one has a little more meat to it than that. Here’s a flip-through from The Truth In Story.
So those are some of the decks I intend to use this season. As always, I’ll probably pick up some different things and whatnot. But for now, I hope you’re all doing well and I’ll see you in a few days time.