Dreams of Gaia Tarot


The philosophy of the Dreams of Gaia Tarot is simple: to seek, to feel, to grow, to heal. This deck will strengthen your connection to your divine self, while helping you to identify and heal past experiences that hold you back from living to your fullest potential. Learn to recognise when times of growth and change are approaching, and face them with confidence and a sense of anticipation. Learn when to take action, and when to be still. Learn to trust in your intuition. By offering structure in the form of a major and minor arcana like that of past tarots, but combining them with bold new archetypes, symbology, and meanings more suited to the present, the Dreams of Gaia Tarot allows for a more personal, intimate, and effective system for using cards as a roadmap to navigate your life path. Embark on this extraordinary journey of undoing, of being, and becoming, and be inspired by the knowledge that all that manifests in your future is born of choices you make today.

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Dreams of Gaia Tarot

The Dreams of Gaia Tarot has received positive reviews for its artwork, practicality, and spiritual connection.

Jack Chanek’s review on their blog praised the bold and eye-catching colors of the deck, along with its hint of surrealism.

Customer reviews on Amazon mentioned that the Dreams of Gaia Tarot is practical, well-considered, and luxurious in quality and usability.

The Aeclectic Tarot website highlighted the smoothness and ease of handling the cards, as well as the exceptionally glossy finish.

Goodreads described the philosophy behind the Dreams of Gaia Tarot as seeking, feeling, growing, and healing, emphasizing its potential to strengthen the connection to one’s divine self.

Vocal.Media commended the deck for its effectiveness in emotional evaluation and as a beginner deck for shadow work and subconscious healing.

The Tarot Guru website acknowledged the strong spiritual connection with Gaia (Mother Earth) in the deck’s artwork and highlighted its boldness.

Pagan Pages mentioned the intense and breathtaking images of the Dreams of Gaia Tarot, noting how they draw the viewer into the cards.