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Healing Hearts of Nature

What if you had at the ready,  a portable tool to assist you in focusing on what it is that you desire to draw into your life that was created with love and infused with that essence? Such is The Healing Hearts of Nature card deck. Each of the 40 cards are embellished with unique images found in nature that appear in the shape of a heart. These are rocks, imprints in the dirt, cloud formations, leaves and even lines between brick pavers.   That is the first thing you may notice when holding the deck. Not only beautiful on that level, but the energy they exude, if you are even the tiniest bit sensitive to it, will be apparent.


Created by Elizabeth Pfeiffer, MSW, whose work in the world involves energy, sound and angelic healing as well, this deck comes packaged in a lovely forest green drawstring bag so it can accompany you on your daily journey.

The deck, which is simple to use, focuses on The Seven Gateway Principles, as taught by Aleya Dao which are:

1. You are not alone.

2. Your internal reality creates your outer world.

3. Take personal responsibility for your position here in the physical dimension.

4. You are of unity consciousness.

5. You are influenced by your electrical and magnetic grid system and the consciousness of your body.

6. Sharing and giving accelerates your growth and evolution.

7. You are perfect.


These concepts are the launching pad for working with the cards as  Elizabeth explains how to use them, beginning with an opening prayer to set intention and offer blessing. Step by step instructions follow to maximize benefit.

I did a reading for myself and discovered a powerful synchrony between my issues and the cards I drew.

The Step Up Heart encouraged me to ” Take the next step and move foreward on your path. Know that you will be supported as you make your way toward your goals.”

The Tossed Love Heart reminded me that “You have a big heart, but you haven’t been using it on yourself lately. You have been spending alot of time loving, caring, supporting and taking care of others.”

As with any tool, they are only as powerful as your skilled use of them and they do not offer professional or medical/health related advice.

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