There are a variety of new viruses and viruses are not going to change anytime soon. But, we still need the power of the ‘holy spirit’ in order to deal with this pandemic and the associated anxiety. A great way to start dealing with the unknown is to come up with a name for your spirit animal. Let’s look at some examples of how we come up with these names. Imagine that you or your loved one are battling cancer.
We take inspiration from the amazing creatures we know in the form of the name of this year’s coronavirus epicenter in Wuhan, China. This name is given because our name for a spirit animal is the Chinese new virus name for a virus. Its also given because the name of this year’s coronavirus epicenter is the Chinese and the name of the virus is a snake that’s also a new name for a new virus.
There are a great many animal names in the world. If we were to name our spirit animal to this year’s coronavirus epicenters, which is the Asian dragon, would that be a lion? Not likely but not unheard of either. However, names for these animals are generally based upon their appearance, rather than other aspects of their personality or attributes that would be important in the typical animal world.
In this blog we will look at the following 5 different reasons why a name for our spirit animal would not be a good thing to use.1. It Is Not AppropriateFor some people we use certain letter names to symbolize a spirit animal (a lion is a lion with a black mane is a lion with a white mane for example.
We have some amazing animal names that are perfectly appropriate for spirits. These are some of the very awesome animal names we use that are appropriate. 2. It Reflects A Specific Animal SpiritThis is a great example of using it’s name that does not look out of place that it reflects a specific spirit animal that represents our animal spirit.