The Star Tarot 2nd Edition

by Cathy McClelland If you are not familiar with The Star Tarot, I would like to introduce it to you. The Star Tarot’s creation started in 1991. I decided to paint my own Tarot Majors, beginning with The Fool. These images would be part of “The Star Tarot Deck,” a name inspired by my love and fascination for the stars. Each image became a labor of love, taking up to three months to complete. In…

Meet Your Animal Totem

by guest author Michelle Motuzas, creator of Red Feather’s newest release: The Wild Elemental Oracle, as well as our best-selling Shamanic Healing Oracle Cards and The Empathic Oracle (with Steve Wilson). Everyone loves animals. It almost seems redundant when someone goes “Ohhh, I just LOVE animals…” The snarky me comes out and I want to come back with “EVERYONE LOVES ANIMALS!” But I don’t, because I know how to adult in society. That being said,…

The Tarot and The Holy Grail

by John Matthews, author of The Grail Tarot: A Templar Vision, illustrated by Giovanni Caselli. The Grail Tarot comes out of almost 40 years of study focusing on two of the most enduring and enigmatic mysteries of the Middle Ages. The mystery of the Holy Grail — once described as the holiest relic in Christendom — and the equally fascinating mystery of the enigmatic Order of the Poor Knights of Christ and the Temple of…

The next evolution of RedFeather is “in the bag”

by Christopher R. McClure, Director of RedFeather Mind, Body, Spirit. As RedFeather Mind, Body, Spirit looks ahead to its fourth year as an imprint of Schiffer Publishing, we are continually looking for ways to serve the needs of our consumers and give them the high level of quality and innovation that they are accustomed to getting from us. This Summer we are proud to feature our first line of products: Four beautiful metaphysical bags! To…

A Message from Archangel Metatron

Hello, my name is Amanda Ellis and I created an oracle deck last year with Red Feather Publishing centered around the energy of Archangel Metatron. I live in the UK, but I’m aware that wherever we are right now in our world these are challenging days. So much is in a state of flux and uncertainty within the collective and also in our personal lives.  Turning to Higher Guidance at this time is not just…

Time for Tarot

Are you finding yourself with more time on your hands than you’re used to? Why not use this time to deepen your Tarot Practice?
Is there one of Red Feather’s decks you’ve been drawn to, but you wanted to see some of the cards in person?
Maybe you long to learn Tarot for the very first time?
Perhaps you feel it’s time to take your Tarot Practice in a new direction?
Now’s the time to dive deeper into Tarot!

Mindfulness Strategies During COVID-19 and Beyond

by Pax Tandon, award-winning author of Mindfulness Matters: A Guide to Mastering Your Life Mindfulness is the cultivating of attention so it is sharp, clear, and focused on the present. In other words, it is present moment awareness. Part of the benefit, relevant now more than ever, is that the practice allows us to sit with whatever our truth is in the present — to notice it, and not react to it, but simply allow…

Collaging a Soul Seal

by Amy Zerner, co-author with Monte Farber of The Creativity Oracle and The Enchanted Love Tarot Perhaps there has been no better time to explore ourselves as the creators of our own lives. While so many of us are home or isolated, many of us find ourselves sifting through what remains, missing those we love, longing for experiences gone, and piecing together the parts of ourselves that seem lost to us right now. This is…

Part 2: How to Use the Shadowland Tarot Deck

by Monica Bodirsky Last week in Part 1, I spoke about my own experiences with shadows, and as we move from winter to spring in the Northern Hemisphere, it is a perfect time to shake out a few cobwebs. Today in Part 2, I will share how I use a simple 3-card spread that will offer you insight and direction to a block you may be experiencing. Over the years I have found that most…

Shadows and Light

by Monica Bodirsky The first memory I have of seeing a shadow was an hour southeast of Detroit in Point Pelee National Park, Canada. I was two years old and my parents took our family camping to this beautiful space outside of the city during the hottest days of August. After unpacking after a long day we were exhausted and fell into our sleeping bags for the night in the refreshingly cool night air. We…