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Naming a Baby Using Numerology

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In our opinion, the best way to select the most appropriate name for a baby is to remove any ego-self from the equation. What we mean is that you need to “get out of the way,” and let the name come to you. Whatever name feels best is the most fitting name.

If you are expecting, and if you haven’t been already, soon you’ll be inspired with a wonderful name. After you decide on the name, then perhaps you can get into the name numerology to learn more about the soul that you are welcoming.

At the same time, according to the theory of predestination, whatever method you decide on in selecting the baby’s name and whatever you decide to name it, the baby will always have the most appropriate name. This means that nobody misnames a baby, even if a “mistake” is made on the birth certificate.

Some people don’t like their birth names. From numerologists’ point of view, this is a subtle form of self-hate. Some people who don’t like their names may have hidden self-rejection having to do with past life circumstances, as reflected in the charts.

How does each soul go to the right body? According to life-between-life research by Dr Michael Newton, there exists a synchronicity in our Universe and there are no accidents or mistakes. In other words, a soul is always born into the most appropriate body for the lessons and karma it needs to experience. This is all planned out by our higher-selves long before we incarnate.

Two schools of thought exist in naming a baby: naming the baby whatever feels most right, or attempting to attract a soul that matches what you want in a name. We feel the first method is best, but perhaps whatever method used is predestined, no matter how it may unfold.

Translations for letters to numbers are below:

ajs = 1

bkt = 2

clu = 3

dmv = 4

enw = 5

fox = 6

gpy = 7

hqz = 8

ir = 9

Example: Jon Allen Smith =>

j/1 + o/6 + n/5 = 12/3 (fadic addition: 12/3 => 1+2 = 3)

a/1 + l/3 + l/3 + e/5 + n/5 = 17/8

s/1 + m/4 + i/9 + t/2 + h/8 = 24/6

Adding the totals from each part of the full name =>

3 + 8 + 6 = 17/8

The Full Name Total is 8.

The Full Name Total is one of many important aspects in the numerology charts. It’s associated with, among other things, a person’s abilities.

Which number is best? There is no best number. Each number represents sets of distinct energies; energies that are balanced, over-balanced, or under-balanced.

Each position in the numerology charts represents different personality or predictive features. Some are linked more strongly with personality challenges, some with talent, some with innate desires, some with persona, some with timing, etc..

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