Forty-five beautifully illustrated cards present revelations from the universe and mystic wisdom. An accompanying book of affirmations and meditations help illuminate the meaning behind the images and instill them in the user’s heart.
To heal the earth, we must first heal ourselves. "The Power Deck," writes Lynn Andrews, "helps you find the primal source of your pain, or limitation, so that it can be healed. Pick a card each morning and place it on your altar of empowerment. When you look at it, you will stop for a moment to move into that silent place within you, that place where truth is born. Each card promotes beauty, health, strength, and wisdom in your life."
The Power Deck’s cards piece together aspects of the user’s personality using imagery of Mother Earth and Father Sky. These help users to explore and accept the positive and negative sides of themselves through the lens of nature’s binaries. Stunning cards and affirmations teach users that both the shadow and light are important to personal growth and reaching higher levels of consciousness.
“Lynn Andrews is one of my favorite writers. She helps every woman find a sense of her own importance.”
—Marianne Williamson, author of Return to Love and A Woman’s Worth
“Lynn is one of the most profound people of our time. Her work in the shamanistic traditions has provided effective guidance to me and many others looking for answers. I love her!”
—Dannion Brinkley, author of Saved by the Light
“From Medicine Woman to Writing Spirit, Lynn Andrews has consistently and beautifully continued to bring to her readers the depth and truth of human spirit. Reaching far beyond the everyday illusions, Lynn brings to her readers timeless wisdom through the depth of her vivid experiences. Her andor touches the heart beyond measure.”
—Meg Blackburn Losey, PhD, author of The Children of Now
“Her extraordinary journey into the unknown leads to dazzling new worlds of the mind and spirit. Through a wealth of practical shamanistic lore interwoven with tales of sorcery, Andrews reveals both the challenges and the rewards ofthe sacred quest.”
— New Dimensions Radio
“Lynn Andrews is a quietly powerful phenomenon.”
— Los Angeles Herald Examiner
“Andrews’s narrative opens a window onto an aspect of Native American culture seldom explored. Her portrayal of the pre-eminently sacred role of woman and the traditions that keep their ancient wisdom are remarkably accurate.”
— Los Angeles Times