Cartas di Destino del Nome Spirituale

Destiny CardsIl biglietto del destino del tuo nome spirituale serve a ricordarti la corrente sonora interiore (naad) e il significato del tuo nome e il suo potere di portarti al tuo destino più alto. Ogni biglietto include un bellissimo disegno di sfondo con il tuo nome e il suo significato.

Con ogni ordine riceverai due versioni: un'immagine digitale da utilizzare sul tuo computer, da condividere sui social media o da aggiungere alla firma delle tue e-mail, e una versione stampabile da mettere sul tuo altare o da utilizzare come opera d'arte edificante. The cost of each card is (USD) $30,00.

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Le Carte del Destino possono essere ordinate per le persone che hanno richiesto un nome spirituale attraverso l'Ufficio Nomi Spirituali 3HO o che ne hanno già ricevuto uno. Se NON hai ancora richiesto un nome spirituale, CLICCA QUI.

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La seconda parte di ogni nome spirituale è "Singh" per gli uomini e "Kaur" per le donne, una tradizione che precede la nostra consapevolezza dello spettro di genere. Ognuno può scegliere il secondo nome che preferisce, se ne ha uno.

Ti ricordiamo che rivediamo continuamente i significati dei nomi per motivi di chiarezza e accuratezza. Pertanto, il significato del tuo nome sulla tua Carta del Destino potrebbe non corrispondere esattamente alla dicitura della tua lettera nominativa.
Il significato del tuo nome spirituale sarà stampato sulla tua carta del destino in questa lingua.

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Clicca sulle immagini qui sotto per visualizzare una versione più grande e la descrizione di ogni carta. You can order multiple cards for a spiritual name by selecting more than one card.

The elephant represents good fortune, nobility, confidence, commitment and incredible strength to overcome all obstacles and barriers in life. Possessing a profound compassionate and patient nature, it shows that by supporting and loving one another, our own ability to thrive is deeply enhanced. It helps us to remember the beautiful memories long forgotten, and the reasons for living. An elephant has big dreams to share – expanding the mind to explore new avenues and possibilities. As a spiritual being, it carries messages of transformation signifying the emergence of our highest selves.

Guru Ram Das is loved and revered as an embodiment of compassion, humility, integrity and service. A master of the neutral mind, he was known for his extraordinary gift of healing. Recognized as the “Lord of Miracles,” when calling on him, many find that their prayers are answered.

The Golden Temple is surrounded by a nectarial tank of water, which has been infused with a powerful vibration of healing energy. Built half of white marble and half of gold, its four doors are open in all four directions. Symbolizing universality and the union of opposites – the sun and moon, male and female – it embodies the elevated frequency and energy of the Aquarian Age, the age of conscious connection, truth, and unity.

With its roots in the mud of the world, the magnificent lotus flower rises above the water's surface and awakens and blossoms in the loving rays of the warm sun. A universal symbol of enlightenment, the lotus is the very image of a spiritual life. It mirrors the opened crown chakra or energy center through which we experience Oneness.

Yogi Bhajan's life, light and journey was to uplift humanity by sharing his timeless teachings with all. He worked to create unity among people of every faith and belief. Although he left his physical body in 2004, his presence, spirit, and legacy continue to touch the lives of all those who knew him and all those who learn of his teachings.

Kwan Yin is the embodiment of the Great Mother goddess. In her hands she holds a vessel filled with the nectar of healing and kindness. Encompassing all religions and spiritual paths, her compassion illuminates the whole world. Around her the wheel of mantra revolves infinitely. The ancient Chinese revered the orchids surrounding her as "Lan Hua," the epitome of human perfection. Within her nobility, strength and grace lies a heart filled with the purest love.

Everyone requires an "ISHT" in order to live as a human being. Your Isht is the place where you bow your head and surrender your ego to something higher than yourself. The prayer carpet, scattered marigold petals and mala (rosary) signify devotion, reverence and remembrance of our True Identity as spiritual beings.

There is a reason doves come in pairs: they mate for life, and so stand for love and faithfulness. But doves have a deeper meaning as well. Pure and unbound by the earth, doves are a symbol of the living spirit... the luminous presence within all things. When we experience this spirit within everything in each moment, then we connect to our shunia, the inner source of the deep, infinite peace, that passes all understanding. In this way, doves have become a well-known peace symbol.