Numerology is a branch of knowledge that connects numbers and letters. It has been proved that numerology can play a crucial role in the lives of the people.
This knowledge helps understand the personality of an individual and his character. It also gives us an idea of the ‘energy’ surrounding a person.
Apart from the personality of a person, numerology can be used even to suggest the best profession he or she could choose.
Most people are curious to know what the future holds for them in terms of health, money and matrimony. Numerology can easily satisfy the curiosity of such persons.
In India, numerology designates each letter of the English alphabet with a numerical value. It is as follows:
While the letters A, I, J, Q and Y have a value of 1, B, K, and R are assigned 2, C, G, L and S given the value 3, D, M and T are equalized with 4, E, H, N and X designated 5, U, V and W are equal to 6, O and Z equal 7, F and P are considered to be equal to the number 8. These numbers decide the good fortune or bad luck of a person, according to numerology.
Numerology is gaining wide popularity and people are keen to learn more about it. Many follow numerology for taking crucial decisions in their lives like naming a baby and so on.
The first letter of a person’s name reflects his personality, desires and other behavioral traits. Meanwhile, the influence of relatives on his character can be learnt from his family name.
In case a child is named according to numerology, the number will reveal whether he or she would be successful in life. Other pointers to the child’s future, including personality traits, confidence level, whether optimistic or pessimistic etc. could be obtained using numerological methods.
An idea also can be formed on the type of people who could influence the child, the standard of living it might enjoy, the threats the youngster may face in future and the opportunities that would present themselves before the newborn as it grows up.
Numerology considers the number related to a person’s date of birth as distinct from that derived from his name. In fact, the former is given more importance. It is based on this number that a child should be given a name, says numerology. A strong sounding and meaningful name will enable a child to be successful in all his ventures.
Some numbers suggested by the Vedas also prove to be a pointer to an individual’s personality. For example, a person assigned with the Vedic number 3 is most likely to be someone who is keen to learn new things in life. Similarly, the Vedic figure 7 suggests that the individual is a studious person.
Along with numbers, each letter of the alphabet is also a significant pointer to the character of the individual. While the letter ‘S’ indicates a friendly and emotional personality, ‘R’ denotes an energetic person who always does justice to his or her occupation. The letter ‘T’, meanwhile, reflects a person’s sense of purpose as well as his short-tempered nature.
Another interesting aspect of numerology is that it assigns much importance to the first and last letters of the name. The first letter explains how that person tackles challenges in life, say numerologists. They also suggest that the last letter stresses on the determination shown to complete a task.
Noted practitioners of numerology are of the opinion that as this branch of knowledge can influence several key factors of a person’s life, why not name a child according to its stipulations as success is certain to follow.