Set of 8 Goddess cards

£40.00

A beautiful and exclusive set of 8 gift cards based on Goddess energy.

Each card comes with an envelope. cards measure 14 cm x 18 cm They are copies of water colour (Shakti, Sacral centre, Tauret, Lord Shiva, Divine Mother). the Celtic Goddess Brigid,  and the Indian Goddesses Lakshmi and Durga (acrylic) paintings painted exclusively for Creation Fertility. These cards are blank so you can use them for all occasions – they also make great presents. You can use them alongside the Creation Fertility guidance cards , crystals, aromatherapy oils and all products to connect with the goddess energy if you prefer.

1. Shakti energy.  Shakti is the Hindu term for the Feminine Principle of Life Force; the Mother of Form. Creation Fertility artist, Sam Foreman, has kindly provided this beautiful interpretation of a warm, sexy and loving Shakti. Shakti is the feminine energy that pours nurturing, creative waters onto our dreams and visions to help fertilise them, helping us to manifest them into reality and create a better world for ourselves. Shakti energy is fundamentally an energetic awareness of love. Shakti becomes everything that exists, pervading all forms. She is the accepting, non judgmental, pure, perfect mother, lover and partner.

2. Lord Shiva. Lord Shiva is both destroyer and creator, he is transcendent, limitless, formless, eternal, changing and unchanging all at once! He is simultaneously able to combine contradictory elements, untamed passion and extremes in behaviour. Creation Fertility’s artist Sam Foreman has painted him beautifully. Take a careful look at the picture to help you absorb his energy and connect with him.
3. Sacral Centre: Based on yogic chakra’s this printed copy of the sacral centre/swadhisthana chakra is beautiful. The sacral chakra governs the energy of creativity, pleasure, sex, procreation, control and morality. It also presides over dreams, fantasies and emotions. The sanskrit word “swadhisthana” translates as “the sacred home of the self” and “the goddesses favourite standing place”. The sacral chakra is located in the lower abdomen, about one to two inches below the naval. It is also the womb centre.
4. Lakshmi – A Hindu “Mother Goddess” she is the goddess of of good luck, health, wealth and prosperity who all kinds of material abundance. She bestows upon deserving people according to their past karma and degrees of devotion. She also protects from ill health and adversity and brings luck.
5. Taweret: This Ancient Egyptian goddess is close to my heart. She was the original goddess to came forward to channel my fertility oracle cards and is  spiritual midwife.  This amazing mother goddess helps women in matters of female sexuality and fertility, she is a midwife and patron of childbirth and protector of babies and young children. Within the Creation Fertility lifestyle cards she is the  Spiritual Midwife and if you are lucky enough to draw her it is a very good omen! Her unusual body shape is associated with the lion, the crocodile, and the hippo; all animals which were feared by the Egyptians but also highly respected.
The roles of Taweret/Tauret are:
 Goddess of female fertility
 Protector of working women
 Household goddess, revered in the home especially during times of crisis
 Goddess of pregnancy and childbirth – her swollen belly was seen as a sign of pregnancy
 The wet nurse of the pharaoh.
 In the Book of the Dead Taweret, the ‘Lady of Magical Protection’, was seen as a goddess who guided the dead into the afterlife.
 As the “Lady of Magical Protection” her name was invoked in the prayers for women who wanted a child and in those seeking protection for their young children
 The symbols of Taweret include the hippo, the ‘Sa’ Symbol representing protection, a short cylindrical headdress topped by two cow horns and the solar disk of Hathor. She was associated with the so called “magic wand” or “magic knives” used during labour to ward off evil.

6. Goddess Brigid – Fire maiden
I know the taste of fire and the sound of truth.
I feel power on the wind
I bring energy to stir and feel it humming in my own.
I am the spark that activates and inspires
Feel my presence
I am Goddess Brigid of fertility and the sacred flame

7. Durga – Hindu goddess  of blood flow and  a warrior goddess.  Durga symbolizes positive feminine energy of power and brings courage, determination and protection.   It is believed that she is the combined form of Kali (who I consider adolescent primal Shakti energy who has found her voice; shouts it out but without much thought!  Kali is very raw energy/freedom); the Goddess Lakshmi – (love, beauty, kindness and compassion) and finally Saraswati (goddess of knowledge, music, art, wisdom, learning).

8. Divine Mother – unconditional love, Mother Mary in Priestess form

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A beautiful and exclusive set of 8 gift cards based on Goddess energy.

Each card comes with an envelope. cards measure 14 cm x 18 cm They are copies of water colour (Shakti, Sacral centre, Tauret, Lord Shiva). the Celtic Goddess Brigid,  and the Indian Goddesses Lakshmi and Durga (acrylic) paintings painted exclusively for Creation Fertility. These cards are blank so you can use them for all occasions – they also make great presents. You can use them alongside the Creation Fertility guidance cards , crystals, aromatherapy oils and all products to connect with the goddess energy if you prefer.

1. Shakti energy.  Shakti is the Hindu term for the Feminine Principle of Life Force; the Mother of Form. Creation Fertility artist, Sam Foreman, has kindly provided this beautiful interpretation of a warm, sexy and loving Shakti. Shakti is the feminine energy that pours nurturing, creative waters onto our dreams and visions to help fertilise them, helping us to manifest them into reality and create a better world for ourselves. Shakti energy is fundamentally an energetic awareness of love. Shakti becomes everything that exists, pervading all forms. She is the accepting, non judgmental, pure, perfect mother, lover and partner. The true essence of Shakti balances both the dark and the light: the two rivers that flow through each of us (i.e. our positive state and negative state). Shakti energy encourages us to dive deep into ourselves, to connect with the essence of pure love, re-balance and follow our dream.

2. Lord Shiva. Lord Shiva is both destroyer and creator, he is transcendent, limitless, formless, eternal, changing and unchanging all at once! He is simultaneously able to combine contradictory elements, untamed passion and extremes in behaviour. Creation Fertility’s artist Sam Foreman has painted him beautifully. Take a careful look at the picture noticing the items below to help you absorb his energy and connect with him.
The crescent moon on his head is the symbol of moon energy and time. The waxing and waning phenomenon of the moon symbolizes the time cycle through which creation evolves from the beginning to the end (women have a “moon cycle”, thus providing us with womb bleed, an opportunity for ovulation, fertilisation and pregnancy each month). The wearing of the crescent moon indicates that we can call upon Lord Shiva to help us be aware of our window of opportunity to fertilise our dreams and ask that he controls our mindset – remaining positive at all times.
The Holy river Ganga flows from his head – this represents purity and liberation in the cycle of life and death.
Third Eye on his forehead. The extra eye represents wisdom and insight and believed to be the source of his untamed energy. So become aware when your energy is high.
The vibhuti are the three lines drawn horizontally across the forehead in white ash. They represent Shiva’s all-pervading nature, his superhuman power and wealth. They also cover up his powerful third eye!
Snake : He is depicted wearing a snake named Vasuki, coiled around his neck. There are various legends and theories as to why Shiva wears snakes but generally snakes evoke fear and danger for many humans (including me!). By wearing snakes, Shiva portrays he controls sexuality, fear, death, creation and rebirth . Snakes can be symbols of the past, present and future – remember Lord Shiva is untouched by time and controls it. From an esoteric perspective snakes represent alchemy, healing, sexuality, kundalini energy, creativity, change, rebirth and resurrection.
His trident or trishul is his weapon. This trishul has three spikes and the three spikes represent the three gunas such as sattva, rajas and tamas. Sattva is the basis of creation while rajas stands for continuity and tamas is the base of destruction.
The damru – Lord Shiva’s musical instrument is a small drum called a damru and is tied to his trishul. Lord Shiva uses this to beat the tune to his cosmic dance of creation and destruction, creating a cosmic rhythm which influences the ebb, timing, flow and balance of universal energy.

3. Sacral Centre: Based on yogic chakra’s this printed copy of the sacral centre/swadhisthana chakra is beautiful. The sacral chakra governs the energy of creativity, pleasure, sex, procreation, control and morality. It also presides over dreams, fantasies and emotions. The sanskrit word “swadhisthana” translates as “the sacred home of the self” and “the goddesses favourite standing place”. The sacral chakra is located in the lower abdomen, about one to two inches below the naval. It is also the womb centre. When out of balance an array of symptoms may present such as —attachment issues, sexually-related guilt, timidity, emotional volatility, hypersensitivity, and trust issues. This chakra is your most important emotional center and because of this, at one time or another, most of us will experience an imbalance here. Another aspect of the sacral chakra is the hidden osiris centre. This connects us with conception, seeding of the New Earth, loyalty, procreation, liberation, Divine masculine and feminine. When we are out of balance in this area reproductive, sexual issues and prowess can appear. It is so important to honour these feelings, and find true acceptance of who you are. Connect with the sacral chakra by focusing on this card.

4. Lakshmi – A Hindu “Mother Goddess” she is the goddess of of good luck, health, wealth and prosperity who all kinds of material abundance. She bestows upon deserving people according to their past karma and degrees of devotion. She also protects from ill health and adversity and brings luck.

5. Taweret: This Ancient Egyptian goddess is close to my heart. She was the original goddess to came forward to channel my fertility oracle cards. This amazing mother goddess helps women in matters of female sexuality and fertility, she is a midwife and patron of childbirth and protector of babies and young children. She was associated with the so called “magic wand” or “magic knives” used during labour to ward off evil. These magical tools were usually made of hippopotamus ivory, and included depictions of the goddess.Taweret (Tawret, Taueret, Tawaret, Ipet, Ipet, Apet, Opet, Reret). She is considered a ferocious demon as well as a protective and nurturing deity. Taweret literally means “The Great Female or The Great One “, but she is also known as “Ipet” (“harem”) and “Reret” (“the sow”). Within the Creation Fertility lifestyle cards she is the  Spiritual Midwife and if you are lucky enough to draw her it is a very good omen! Her unusual body shape is associated with the lion, the crocodile, and the hippo; all animals which were feared by the Egyptians but also highly respected.

The roles of Taweret/Tauret are:
 Goddess of female fertility
 Protector of working women
 Household goddess, revered in the home especially during times of crisis
 Goddess of pregnancy and childbirth – her swollen belly was seen as a sign of pregnancy
 The wet nurse of the pharaoh.
 In the Book of the Dead Taweret, the ‘Lady of Magical Protection’, was seen as a goddess who guided the dead into the afterlife.
 As the “Lady of Magical Protection” her name was invoked in the prayers for women who wanted a child and in those seeking protection for their young children
 The symbols of Taweret include the hippo, the ‘Sa’ Symbol representing protection, a short cylindrical headdress topped by two cow horns and the solar disk of Hathor. She was associated with the so called “magic wand” or “magic knives” used during labour to ward off evil.

6. Goddess Brigid – Fire maiden
I know the taste of fire
and the sound of truth.
I feel power on the wind
I bring the energy that encourages sleeping
winter to begin to stir and feel it humming in my own.
I am the spark that activates and inspires
Feel my presence
I am Goddess Brigid of fertility and the sacred flame

7. Durga – Hindu goddess  of blood flow and  a warrior goddess.  Durga symbolizes positive feminine energy of power and brings courage, determination and protection.   It is believed that she is the combined form of Kali (who I consider adolescent primal Shakti energy who has found her voice; shouts it out but without much thought!  Kali is very raw energy/freedom); the Goddess Lakshmi – (love, beauty, kindness and compassion) and finally Saraswati (goddess of knowledge, music, art, wisdom, learning).

8. The Divine Mother – Mother Mary – shown in her Priestess form- from the original watercolour by the artist Sam Foreman. She is full of unconditional love and connects with nurturing mother energy holding  a rose and lilies.

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