Review Angels of Light Cards
I recently received Diana Cooper’s Angels of Light Cards, the pocket edition.
What I loved about this deck was its small size. It’s only about 2.5 x 3.5 inches. So, I can just throw it in my purse and go. I love having it with me, and am surprised at how often I get to use it when I’m out and about.
My daughter, who has Diana’s Teen Angel cards was with me when I received them, and was as excited as I was to check them out. So I let her ask the first question. We were laughing as we wondered how easy it would be to connect with them. Then she asked about receiving a pet that she’s been wanting. She then drew “Patience.” She rolled her eyes and I busted out laughing. She’d been wanting a pet rat for a few weeks, and was getting impatient. I had to keep telling her that we had to wait so when she drew this card it was indeed confirmation.
There are 52 Angel cards and a card that gives layout instructions, and a card that describes the best way to prepare to do an angel reading. On the back of each card is the same angel picture featured on the box. On the other side of the card is a focus word, for example, Patience, Fun, Celebration, Serenity Mercy, and Abundance. That is followed by a short description to get a better feeling for that subject, and at the bottom of the card is an affirmation. It also features seven archangel cards; Michael, Uriel, Raphael, Gabriel, Chamuel, Jophiel and Zadkiel.
I have to admit, I did, at first, miss having all the different angel pictures that are featured on the regular sized angel decks. But this deck has been very helpful, and offered some terrific insights. I have enjoyed it, along with friends and family. And because of its convenient size, it goes with me nearly everywhere.
I would highly recommend this deck to anyone wanting to strengthen their connection to the angels. It’s insightful and inspirational, and a great way to connect with our angelic guides and teachers.
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