Sacred Path Cards

[Rites of Passage] [Medicine Bundle] The Sacred Path cards are designed to help the seeker rediscover personal trughts through an awareness of the Sacred Teachings of the Native American spiritual tradition. Jamie Sams is a member of the Wolf Clan Teaching Lodge. Her 44-card deck is a guide to the lessons we encounter on our Medicine Walk. Each card shows a number and title at the top with a keyword meaning or phrase at the bottom. In the center is a buffalo skin showing the object or scene from the Native American way of life that illustrates the theme. In the companion book Sacred Path Cards: The Discovery of Self through Native Teachings, Sams describes the teaching and application of each card. She offers several special Native American spreads such as the Tipi and Sacred Mountain. Sams is also the creator of the Medicine Cards for lessons from the Totem Animals. The two decks can be used together for deeper insights. The artist is Linda Childers.

Number of Cards Size Copyright Book Cover Card Back
Design
44 3" x 5 1/2" 1990 [back design]
Order - Amazon

Language of Card Titles: English

Also Included: instruction book (325 pages), copyright card

Cards:
Pipe, Sweat Lodge, Vision Quest, Peyote Ceremony, Standing People, Sun Dance,
Medicine Wheel, East Shield, South Shield, West Shield, North Shield, Arrow,
Coral, Kokopelli, Talking Stick, Power Place, Moon Lodge, Whirling Rainbow,
Painted Face, Counting Coup, Rites of Passage, Heyokah, Smoke Signals, Council Fire,
Pow-Wow, Warbonnet, Cradleboard, Medicine Bundle, Storyteller, Fire Medicine,
Medicine Bowl, Drum, Dreamtime, Burden Basket, Shawl, Thunder-beings, Great Mystery,
Field of Plenty, Stone People, Great Smoking Mirror, Shaman's Death, Hour of Power,
Give-Away Ceremony, Sacred Space

Suit Names: no suits

Court Cards: no court cards

Links to Other Sites:
Review - Aeclectic Tarot website
Review - Wicce website

SAMPLE CARD IMAGES:

[Dreamtime] [Talking Stick] [South Shield]

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