The Secret Language of Color Cards is an Oracle deck created by Inna Segal. It’s not a conventional Oracle deck and there are many different applications of these cards. It can be used as a regular oracle deck to ask questions and receive guidance, but can also be used as color therapy and color healing.
Let’s take a look at this oracle deck and why you may want to add it to your deck collection!
What Is an Oracle Deck?
Firstly, let’s make sure we know the difference between oracle cards and Tarot cards. Oracle cards are similar to Tarot as they are used for guidance and spiritual growth, but they don’t follow as many rules.
For example, in Tarot, most cards have a specific meaning that is universal and most decks have the same amount of cards.
Oracle decks, however, can be about anything and have as many cards as the creator wishes. The theme of the deck is entirely up to who made the deck, and there are so many different oracle decks out there, from decks about spirit animals to decks about, well, colors!
So, what is The Secret Language of Color cards all about?
What Is the Secret Language of Color Cards?
The Secret Language of Color Cards is an oracle deck that focuses on color. We can use it for general guidance and ask the cards questions in order to get answers. We can also, however, use it for color healing.
Color is extremely spiritual and very important in chakra healing and crystal healing. Because of this, it is no wonder that this amazing oracle deck was created.
Each color has its own frequency that can be utilized in healing and we can use The Secret Language of Color cards to heal and balance ourselves.
For example, you can put a card on the area of your body that needs healing, or you can put it on top of a specific chakra that needs to be balanced.
The Secret Language of Color Oracle Deck Review
The Secret Language of Color cards come in a sturdy box with a lid, making it easy to store your cards in. It is a colorful box, with a bold rainbow on the front. This matches the energy of the deck and you really feel the power of colors when holding the box in your hands!
Like the majority of oracle decks out there, the Secret Language of Color cards come with a guidebook. The guidebook is a really useful tool that helps us understand what the oracle deck is all about.
It has 85 pages and it goes into detail about the different cards and the messages that they send. It also talks about how you can work with the cards.
The book’s glossy cover is in full color, while the pages are plain black and white. I don’t think this matters too much as, because the cards are numbered, we can find the specific card we are wanting to find out about easily enough.
Onto the cards! The energy of the colorful box they are contained in is magnified within the cards, with each card containing a powerful vibration.
I really like the imagery that Inna Segal has chosen for each color, and I really think that there has been a lot of thought gone into the creation of this deck.
I love the design layout of these cards. There is a bright image representing each color, the color’s name at the bottom, and a short message under it.
Because of the short message, you are able to read the deck pretty intuitively. You can also find out more about each card in the guidebook. The borderless design of these cards makes the images really pop!
The back of the cards has an abstract picture of red-yellow-green hues which is really beautiful.
Aside from all colors of the rainbow, there are a whole lot of other colors named after fruits, gemstones, flowers, metals, and other earthly objects. I really like this aspect of the deck, as we remember that color, life, and beauty are all around us!
When it comes to the deck’s quality, the first thing I noticed when I took the cards out of the box is the…smell. Strangely enough, it smells good! Seriously, I don’t know what kind of ink they used in the printing, but it smells quite pleasant.
The cards are big and have a glossy finish. They are non-gilded, which I think is a good choice with this deck as the cards are quite thin and flimsy. This is the main issue I have with this deck, to be honest. I love the idea and the energy of them, but when it comes to using them, I feel their quality is really lacking.
I know that it is a fairly cheap deck, which is fair enough. However, I do sometimes struggle with shuffling them and I do worry I might damage them. This puts me off using them regularly. They just don’t feel like a sturdy set of cards.
The Secret Language of Color Cards Flip Through Video
Here is a flip-through video, so you can check out the complete deck.
These cards would be a nice additional tool for color therapists, complementary healers, and, of course, oracle readers. You can even use them as flashcards in color learning! There are so many amazing things that you can use the Secret Language of Color cards for.
My only complaint about these cards is their thickness and quality. I really wish they were sturdier as I would want to use them more than I currently do. I would have been up for paying a little bit more money to get a decent quality deck. However, I know that this is not the case for everyone.
- Quality: 44 glossy cards of bigger size. A bit flimsy and thin. Non-gilded edges.
- Design: Bright colors, borderless design.
- Difficulty: If you’re familiar with color therapy and what each color means, these cards will be easy to read. Although to get the deeper meaning of each card as intended by the author, you might want to look in the guidebook that comes with this deck. There are other ways to use the cards, get creative and find your own!
What do you think of the Secret Language of Color cards? Is it the right oracle deck for you?
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