“The art to forgive is the ultimate ticket to liberation.“
The 10 of Gifts symbolizes total surrender to doing only that which matters most.
The 'Nan Yar - Who Am I' card game for personal development includes four colors - or groups - of fourteen cards each. We know these colors from normal card games and the Tarot game as well. The colors represent the Challenges, Insights, Gifts and Tools that everyone has in his or her life. Besides the colors, the game has 21 Trump Cards, or Archetypes, that each have their own Challenge, Insight, Gift or Tool.
The Gifts represent the natural talents and characteristics everyone carries within from the day of birth till the day of passing; giving each and everyone of us our particular and personal traits which enable us, each in our own way to fulfill life’s contract. The catch is however that the rightful owner needs to make them work, again, everyone in their own way. It is for this reason each Gift is personalized. In the game of Tarot, Gifts correspond with Cups, the symbol of immortality.
Characteristics: The Divine Element, Love, Emotion.
Every number has a unique energy, and therefore a unique meaning and role in the interpretation of the card, in combination with the color or the archetype.
The 10 represents the ultimate manifestation of something. The 10 represents self-realization, but also self-critique, depending on how we choose to interpret it.
To get started by yourself, the Nan Yar card game and its booklet can be bought on this website. The booklet with explanation and interpretation is also separately sold as pdf or e-book.
With ‘The Storyteller’ as your personal guide, I take you on a journey through the ‘Nan Yar – Who Am I’ personal development card game and let you look at your query through the eyes of the Archetypes, Challenges, Insights, Gifts and Tools, introduced to you by the cards.
Let go of what was to make way for what is. Discovering who you are and what you are capable of puts the world at your feet.
In a one-day Nan Yar group session you are trained to be your own life coach with the ‘Nan Yar – Who Am I’ card game for personal development as your guide.