There's an immediate love that develops for one's SoulCollage cards... because they bring to life what is often hidden, even from ourselves. Once you start making SoulCollage cards, the next step is journaling to access inner wisdom. This is called "reading" a SoulCollage card.
1. The "I Am One Who..." exercise (involving three primary questions) is the basic level of card-reading.www.sparkpeople.com/myspark/team_messagebo
2. An "interpretation page" (as outlined by Seena Frost in her book) expands upon the basic card reading. You can see a picture of my SoulCollage binder of card interpretation pages in the upper left-hand corner of the following link, under the heading "A Legacy":soulcollagesue.wordpress.com/soulcollage%C
3. For multi-faceted wisdom, several cards can be pulled for various card-reading spreads and layouts. I posted one example on my Spark-inspired sister website:soulcollagesue.wordpress.com/card-readings
In the autumn of 2009, more than a dozen SoulCollaging Sparkers shared a SoulCollage journey. Over a period of five weeks, we created and shared with one another new SoulCollage cards and interpretation pages. Our cards can be viewed through our SparkPeople SoulCollage Gallery on Flickr (www.flickr.com/groups/soulcollagesue/
). You can find card interpretation pages sprinkled throughout individual blogs.
This group of SoulCollagers wanted to continue creating SoulCollage cards and adding to their interpretation pages, organized under personalized team message posts. Once you start writing about your cards, please share your journey with our team, and start a team "Topic" under your own name.
I'll start mine today.