Indigo Sage

(40 Full-Color Affirmation Cards)


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Imprint: Rockpool Publishing
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40 Pages


2.5 x 2



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Rockpool Publishing


Akal Pritam’s life as a dharma artist began in early childhood, when she displayed a natural talent for communication. She has worked as a fashion art director internationally. In the mid-1990s, Akal moved into publishing and created many internationally successful books. At this time, Akal completely changed her approach to life: practicing yoga and meditation, studying metaphysics, and healing with whole foods. Akal and her life partner created an organic, raw food, vegan café and wellbeing store that attracted many souls wanting to self-nurture and reclaim their health. Akal created ranges of raw vegan food and chocolate, aromatherapy, herbal teas, chai, and unique gifts, and also ran workshops on plant-based living, self-healing practices, aromatherapy, and the chakras.
Akal is now focused on creating unique books, gift products, and art that is food for the soul. Her work resonates with a diverse range of individuals and inspires them to self-love and grow the light of their own soul. Visit her Instagram @akalpritam.


Indigo Sage is a name that hints you are a humanitarian and generous individual who knows that infinite possibilities are the ultimate truth; you choose wisely.
To be of service to others comes from actively being of greatest service to your unique soul’s dharma (creative destiny). By connecting with your inner wisdom and activating your intuitive powers through the arts of wonderment and contemplation, expanded self-knowing will unfold. When you live with inner clarity, you are calm, peaceful, and content, and this makes you a wonderful human to know.
This deck is made up of one stunning hand-painted picture (featuring a young wisdom holder surrounded by the simple wonders of nature) divided into forty cards labeled 1–40. Complete the puzzle intuitively with the images alone, or lay them out in order with numbers facing up, then turn the cards over to reveal the full picture. The images on each of the cards are symbolic and work on their own when viewed separately from the full picture.
Choose cards as personally guided, either from the full picture or simply draw from a shuffled deck.

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