The idea of reading cards to give guidance on the future is not new. Many, such as the tarot, go back hundreds or even thousands of years and are believed not only to tell fortunes, but also hold ancient secrets.
Harmony Angel Cards also contain much old wisdom. They are designed with the help of angels to help you heal and can be especially powerful when used in conjunction with A Harmony of Angels, also by Angela McGerr. Together, they set out to create synergy between you and the angels who are seeking to help you.
Covered in indigo silk, The Harmony Angel Cards beautiful boxed set holds a deck of 48 cards featuring enchanting, full-color illustrations by Richard Rockwood and an instruction book. The book describes the overall meaning of the four suits and the inherent meaning of each card, as well as several different ways of laying them out with sample interpretations. The set offers a fun and effective way for angel enthusiasts to incorporate a little angel healing into their lives.
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Angela McGerr is a former management consultant and business trainer whose life was dramatically changed when she discovered the angels during a Reiki healing session. Since then she has worked with the angels on a daily basis and shares this knowledge with others through her writings, angel card readings, workshops, and e-courses. Together with her sister Joanna, she co-founded Harmony Healing, which offers spiritual advice and sacred site visits. She is the author of seven bestselling books, sets of cards and kits that describe and teach us how we can invite angels to bring us loving support and transform our lives. Her books and card collections include An Angel for Every Day, The Angel Quest of the Heart, Angelic Abundance, Gold & Silver Guardian Angels, Harmony Angel Cards, A Harmony of Angels, and Heart & Soul Angel Cards. Angela’s books have sold over 800,000 copies worldwide. Her newest book, The Angel Almanac, will be published in November 2008.
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