Spiritual Insight Through Birds
Bird Vibes Meditation Cards
This beautifully illustrated and versatile fifty-four-card deck and full-color booklet showcase a great variety of birds found in various parts of North America and explore how they relate to the eight principal chakras on the body. The cards may be used for meditation, for learning about birds, and for seeking spiritual guidance.
Have you ever celebrated the newest hatchling of a mated pair of Red-tailed Hawks, listened to the crooning of a Common Loon on a misty morning, or experienced the magic of a Snowy Owl’s four-foot wingspan as it flies above your head? If you haven’t already started to notice the kinds of birds around you, you will once you start using this deck.
Bird Vibes Meditation Cards is an inspired deck and booklet of fifty-four cards based on birds that may be seen in the cities, countryside, and forests of North America. Fifty birds are grouped by eight chakras according to the bird’s coloring, habitat, or other characteristics, with an additional card for each season. Designed to be a simple addition to your daily practice, the short but poetic descriptions and bird facts in Bird Vibes will help you seek meaning through the messages of birds, connect you to the energy around and within you, and shed light on your spiritual path. Whether you’re interested in learning about birds, chakras, or meditation, these cards encourage a love for nature and instill gratitude for our feathered friends.
About the Author
Catherine C. Bastedo is a Reiki master who has always been fascinated by birds. Over the last fifteen years, Catherine has taught Reiki, including an intensive master program, led workshops and retreats, volunteered as a wellness coach for cancer survivors, and sat on the board of a nonprofit organization devoted to women’s health. She practices yoga and meditation and writes online articles related to complementary health. Prior to this, Catherine enjoyed a fulfilling career with the Canadian government after having completed a master’s degree in Canadian Studies. She was then appointed executive director of an international nonprofit organization that promotes and supports Canadian studies.