I picked up this deck last year. I don’t use it with a Celtic or any other customary spread, typically, but instead really, really like this deck as a one-card drawing deck. Each card is rich for meditation, but I find it very difficult to interpret them together, in conversation with one another, for multiple-card readings. This doesn’t mean, however, that I rarely use the deck. I use it all the time, often in concert with a full-blown reading with another deck. I like to use it by drawing one card to “color” the reading I did with the other deck.
I also think this deck is *perfect* for my readings for myself, although I don’t do a “card a day.” I tend to meditate, pick a card, and prop it up next to my workspace (where I spend the most time). I look at the card everyday, and try to understand how it relates to what’s going on in my life. I find that, after a little while, I am ready to draw another card. I just go by my intuition — sometimes I’ll keep that one card out for two days, sometimes more like two weeks. And this is definitely the way I get the most from my Osho.
The only thing I don’t like about it is the advertisement in the booklet that came with it. The booklet has pretty good explanations and quotes for each card; ideas that will help deepen your connection to the cards. But there’s a retreat featured at the end that’s just so commercial-looking. It looks very high-end and “air-conditioned!”, they emphasize. It sorta goes against what I understand about Buddhism and meditation, to have this super expensive, fancy, all- ameneties-available resort to promote your brand of Buddhism. It’s a little weird and disingenuous to me. But maybe I’m being oversensitive (which I tend to do).