time zoom artwork

Extracts from the 2nd Edition
#4 "the Infinite Self"
pages 383 - 396

Two 7-card Spreads Was this a Warning? the Tracker's Dilemma
Contents Introductions Discernment - the Sense of Taste you are here
Can you Picture a Thought? Colour Mapping and Creativity the Journey

The Nomadic Oracle

 by  Jon Mallek
 published by  mattang book


The three cards of The Infinite Self represent the indivisible energies of any single person.

The Infinite Self can be thought of as a rainbow thread of energies, at the extreme ends of which are the Receptive Principle, Shakti, and the Creative Principle, Shiva. The third member of the group is Grace, describing sites of attainable harmony that exist within the amazing, sometimes provocative dance between the two opposing principles.

The chapter on The Infinite Self is one of the more complex passages in the Nomadic Oracle guidebook. It offers the reader a new way to understand the fluid play of energies within self, beyond the self-limiting definitions of identity and ego, and without ever seeking to define the personal meaning of these cards to the practitioner. Through the commentary and illustrations it also directly confronts the social construction of gender.

Read the Introduction to The Infinite Self below.




©Jon Mallek 2010-2016

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front cover of the new edition

site links to thoughts & images


where does Reiki energy come from? kundalini card picture a
thought?
link to combined colour map shamanic
divination
& healing?

freedom of choice
the sense of taste


kundalini in action
link to the healing oracle page what are 'time-marks'? it's fine to be sceptical!

healing
the
emotional body

the terrestrial background flux link to the tracker's dilemma colour mapping the life-path link to 2nd sample reading page link to book extract

THE TURNING OF SHIVA

incandescent rage