(I apologize if I'm posting this in the wrong part of the forum).
a few years ago I came across the concept of Karezza.
I thought: My God, this is Amazing! More people should know about this! This should be Mainstream!
And then I went to google and searched for: Karezza Cards.
They did not exist.
I love tarot. There's lot of tarot cards, and oracle cards, and cards for Everything. (With recipes and exercises, etc.)
But no karezza cards.
Well, I thought: Someone Must make them.
They must exist, they must exist in reality.
Well, then I thought: why not I make them?
BUT: I have no drawing skills and even if I did - what do I draw?!
I swear - I spent Years with this thought in my head: "I must make them."
So little by little I gathered my resources: I read a few books, and then I started drawing. And then I uploaded the result to an american site: the gamecrafter.
The final result is here: https://www.thegamecrafter.com/games/karezza-cards
What is my intention with these cards? My intention is only to put them out into the world - to make them exist. My intention is to someone, looking for the same exact thing that I did a few years ago, find these cards and then they go: "Humm, I could do better." And then this person or persons actually do better (in design and words).
It's just so weird that - as far as I know - this concept (karezza cards) was placed inside my head. It really amazed me to discover these cards (and I'm not talking kamasutra cards - they exist - but karezza cards specifically) did not exist.
It feels sometimes god, the universe, the source, whatever you wanna call it, put this idea in my head, and honestly, I don't understand why: I have limited drawing skills and although I do believe karezza should be more mainstream (I'm a bit of a radical - I believe it should be taught in schools) , I cannot call myself a sex activist (my interests are more related to astrology and tarot and anything esoteric). So... why me? Why did this idea found its way to me?! That's the puzzling thing.
Anyway, here they are.
Thank you for reading :)