|The Hidden Meaning of Names|
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Sometimes a name can effect the child's character, and future. The Midrash on the Book of Ruth says that Naomi's name suggests her fine character: "Naomi - for her deeds were na'im u-ne'imim (nice and pleasant)".
The hidden power of a name...
Mind and thought have their origin in an abstract plane of conscious intelligence, which comes into manifest form through the symbols of language. The brain is not the source of the mind, but merely the physical instrument of the mind. When name is attached to an individual, certain specific forces of conscious intelligence are combined. They constitute the nucleus of the mind. The conscious forces combined by the name can be represented by a numerical formula in much the same way as the basic chemical elements combined in a chemical compound can be represented by a chemical formula. The mental characteristics of an individual can be read from the numerical formula representing the person's name, just as the characteristics of a chemical compound can be read from its chemical formula. no not every one with the same name in sthe same but we can see many simularitys, if it a strong name such as yosef we see that many individuals are in the extreems either very rightous or lacking. The analysis of the names on our web site is based on the Hebrew language alphabet. Were letters are not only sounds and numbers but have spiritual value and meaning.
Personalised name Reading
Have you ever wondered what powers your name contians. Have your name read, using the knowledge of the ancient Kabbalah and Numerology. email us with your sign, your hebrew date of birth, your name(if you have a specail hebrew spelling that differ from the nrom please include) and your mothers name. we will develop a specail report about you. For only $10
Along with a name analisis if you do not have as of yet a Hebrew name we can try to match you up with one. Plus we will give you your specail Pusuk from the Holy Torah, that matches your name.
A NAME DIVINELY GIVEN
It is customary to name a boy at his bris milah. The most common custom is to name a girl at the first Torah reading after the birth or on the first Shabbos.
(Excerpted from "B'shaah Tova - The Jewish Woman's Clinical and Halachic Guide to Pregnancy an Childbirth", Feldheim publishers.)
Very Important Note on Choosing Baby Names!!If you are looking for a baby name, do not choose a first name based on the short analysis given. The baby's name must be in harmony with both:
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