A behind the scenes look at the creation of Powerful Perspectives: Part Four

A behind the scenes look at the creation of Powerful Perspectives: Part Four

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  • Feb, 02 , 23

RF: Do you have any advice for people that are interested in creating an oracle deck or are interested in the world of publishing?


Amy: When I lived in New York I was involved in some movies and moved in some filmmaking circles.  I was super lucky to have seen the premier of The Horror at Gallery Kay. It was fantastic. Creepy as all get out! After the screening, we got the pleasure of listening to Abe Goldfarb, the director, speak about movies and getting them made.  Abe said that in order to get a movie made, just set a shooting schedule. I believe (as does Abe) he was quoting the producer, Bryan Enk. But this directly relates to getting so many things done. In that case, you will make a movie once you have all these people on location and you have no choice. You have to make it happen then.


I have created three oracle decks so far. Two of them are currently published. The first one I created because I needed it. For this newest one, Powerful Perspectives, I enlisted a partner. I decided that I wanted to focus on the art for this one and let Amanda explore the writing part which she did amazingly.  So the first one was created out of sheer need and that is what kept the train going. The second one was used teamwork to keep that train going.  Teamwork is also so important on movie sets and so that is why I see a connection.


My advice though, in general, boils down to make some forward motion as often as you can. Forward motion until it is done. Amanda, Do you have anything to add?


Amanda: It’s interesting that I was just asked this question the other day. The advice I gave the person that asked me was simple, “Just start.” You probably have an idea of what you want to say, or what themes you want your deck to have, or a message for your project to say.


One thing I’ve learned on my journey through working with clients, mediumship development, and writing is to expect and even embrace the detours. Spirit might make a sharp left turn and take you somewhere unexpected. Write when you’re inspired, rest when you aren’t. Try and take the pressure off what you’re creating, and resist the urge to compare everything you write to all the other people out there. That’s why there are so many lightworkers. We all speak from our own level of experience and in our own way. One way does not work for everyone. People learn and resonate differently with different tools.


I’ve learned on the road to being published, you are always going to second guess yourself and get caught up in Impostor Syndrome. It’s totally normal. Writing, especially creating something like an oracle deck or divination tool, is an act of vulnerability. You’re putting your deepest and most intimate beliefs out there into the world and hoping they can be of help and use to someone else. As I keep reminding myself, I'm an intuitive, spiritual medium, not a mind reader. I don’t know what people are going to think of my writing, and frankly, that’s none of my business anyway. All I can do is be authentic in my communication and put it out there in the way that I receive it, just like any other interaction. Just start. Just write. Trust me, you’re going to edit it a million times before it goes out. Don’t worry about being perfect on the first try. Allow yourself to learn and grow. You’ll get there.

Read the conclusion tomorrow! 


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