Here's one of the cards from the Self-Intuiting Polarity deck. A heart is on one side of the scale and a feather on the other, recalling the ancient Egyptian concept of one’s heart being weighed upon one’s death and needing to weigh less than a feather. Without one side of the scale or the other, things can feel very unbalanced. The heart’s arteries are tangled like the serpent. The serpent in the center may represent the rise of energy in a relationship to bring things back into harmony, balance and interaction. Is this the motion of kundalini and the heart chakra as uniter? The feather, the serpent, and the heart all point the same way. 1 is the number of focus, initiation, beginnings, and male aspects. 2 is the number of reflection, receiving, manifesting, and feminine aspects. The feather may represent light-heartedness, higher ideals, divine intervention, wings. The feather is not, however, in a position to fly away or flee, but rather rests comfortably, nested, balanced with the heart. Other interpretations: weighing one's options, the philosophy of “less is more,” trusting that things will balance out.
About the cards: A few years ago, we collaborated on a deck of "wide-awake dreaming" cards for the celebrated mentalist Kenton Knepper. Kenton occasionally demonstrated this deck at gatherings of the magical underground in Las Vegas, and that's how the cards got the street names of "Waking Dream Cards," "Metaphor Cards," "Subconscious Communication Cards," "Transformation Cards," and "K-Kards." But their official name is "[Self-Intuiting] Polarity Cards." The deck long-remained one of Kenton's best-kept secrets, but we can now reveal that they're finally available to anyone who wishes to experience a mind-blowing insight that they verifiably didn't have before. Unlike Tarot cards or other well-known reading decks, Polarity Cards are wholly free of dogma and therefore allow for fresh, intuitive understandings that are neither influenced nor hindered by preconceptions. Deeply rooted in coded principles from the Mystery traditions, the cards also work as powerful meditational tools, unlocking a greater sense of harmony and well-being. Lots more information about the deck is at TheGameCrafter.