It’s only been a month since the Divine Dog Wisdom Cards were weaned and off into the big world all by themselves, romping into many backyards and countries…and apparently into the hearts and minds of young and old-er.
Here’s what some folks have already discovered in their play with the cards and guidebook:
“I’m working my way through your deck as a daily meditation. I just want to say I’m enjoying the process very much! It’s a great way to get morning wisdom with a big smile or tug at the heart. I love the way the images and qualities they represent go together!”
“Today I drew the Victimhood Card. Feeling trapped or vulnerable. Perfect! I need to stop doing stuff and be more aligned with what’s so. Slow down and rest. I love the support the card and guidebook gave me to do just that!”
A teacher took the Divine Dog Wisdom Deck to class and after taking a few of the cards out of the deck which she thought might be too difficult for some of the kids to understand. She had them all pick a card at random and together they looked up the meaning in the guidebook.
The teacher related that, “One of the really neat things was that one child picked the card with the theme of “Loneliness” and the child sitting right next to her picked “Belonging.” That led to a very interesting discussion about the two concepts and the kids experiences with each of those.
The kids loved them and asked if they could use them again. Of course, the answer was a hearty ‘yes.’”