This deck is a beautiful series of 72 Light Language transmissions by Jamye Price on specific, interconnected healing topics. They’re grouped by galactic race around four pillars of ascension that Jamye teaches as a foundation to her work with the Lyran Council of Time.
I love these cards because they’re one of the simplest ways to engage with Light Language. They can be viewed individually or grouped, and the topics can be approached by conscious choice of cards from the deck or randomly by shuffling and dealing cards in the style of an oracle reading.
If you’re already accustomed to working with oracle cards, the format of this deck will be familiar.
If not, I find that they’re easy to use all kinds of ways: for example, drawing a new card for each day, each week, or each time you’re working with a specific aspect of healing, to receive guidance from the particular transmission and topic. There are ways to take a more directed approach, too, by dealing out specific card configurations or spreads (a small booklet is included with some guidance for card use).
It is absolutely uncanny what can come up in working with the deck. To me, the transmissions seem to be interconnected in a way that feels a bit like an alphabet or a set of overlapping colors or moods.
As with any written Light Language transmission, cards from the deck can be set out or placed in an area that you might wish to lend their energies to directly or where you regularly spend time, such as your desk, bedside table, on shelves, beside a favorite chair, etc.
I personally receive a lot of information from the cards by using what’s called a triangle spread. For this configuration, you start with an intention of your own choosing (one for healing, creation, change, etc.), shuffle the deck several times to ensure the cards are sufficiently mixed, and then deal out three cards.
- The first card you deal is what has influenced the “past” of your intention: where you’ve been with it and the journey it has led you on.
- The second card is the “present” of the intention. It’s the main theme of what’s currently at work and what you can focus on in order to help you move forward.
- The final card is the “future” or the potential: where you’re being guided as the intention unfolds in your life experience.
The deck is available on Jamye’s website if you’d like to learn more. I find when approaching the cards with an open heart that they speak very strongly (even surprisingly!) about the areas in which you’re seeking to create or to receive guidance. They’ve become an important tool to me both personally and professionally.