This Kabbalah pendant is based on one of the 72 Names of God. This one was created in honor of the Kabbalah Centre and their work— and I will donate 10% of the selling price back to The Kabbalah Centre. The 72 Names are a kabbalistic chart of meditation that include 72 different three letter sequences. The Kabbalah Centre is attributed with making the 72 Names of God relevant to the modern world. The Zohar, the source text of Kabbalah, explains that each sequence or name in the chart as well as the chart as a whole, is an instrument that assists us to tap into a current of spiritual energy. By visualizing the three letter ‘name’ in meditation one can draw unique aspects of God’s emanation into our soul. In this case samech-aleph-lamed name is a conduit of spiritual abundance.
The unique prosperity design has two sides, and can be worn either way. One side includes the Hebrew letters, the other is the form of a flower. The flower is an Ashanti Adinkra (pictorial language from Ghana) that depicts prosperity. The image is not a flower at all but a collection of nuts. I like using the two together because they come from different teachings/sources/locations but are connected.