lifetiles108 – Guidance for Modern Times

In this time of economic uncertainty its often difficult not to give into the dispair that’s all around us. Sometimes a smile and a few kind words can mean the difference between a good day and a bad one. Capturing that embrace of the human spirit and putting it in a box to be drawn upon was an obsession of Emanuela until she created lifetiles108, a unique deck of 108 cards created to synchronise with your intuitive energy to access the power of inner guidance.

“The idea for lifetiles108 came to me overnight in August 2008.” She explains. “The inner urge to create and share the concept has been overwhelming. I have achieved something quite unique and unexpected.”

How does it work? Simply shuffle the deck and select a card. If you feel the message on it resonates with you, then you’re done. But if you need a bit more clarity, simply select an additional card then, perhaps, one more. Then look at each card and get a feel for which one means the most to you. The card’s creator says to view these 3 messages in the same way you might look at a menu and what you would ‘feel’ like if someone was asking you to select one.

lifetiles108 was created to be a contemporary, user-friendly method of guidance for modern times. They’re similar to an updated version of Tarot yet anyone can do read and draw energy and inspiration from them. For that reason, they’re appealing to spiritualists and to a wide variety of professional and mainstream people looking for their place in this world.

Do lifetiles108 work? Well, the very first card I chose read ‘it is natural for relationships to drift away or become closer, according to their purpose and the lessons they have come to show you.’  This was immediately relevant to me being that a casual relationship I’m currently in may be getting a little more serious and I’ve been pondering whether to move forward or not. Nice, huh? Get yours here.

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Originally from Montreal where she covered local night life for an alternative magazine, Lauren is now now based in South Florida where she works in marketing and spends her weekends sampling the area’s night life.