Lady Beetle (Ladybug) (Listen while you read)
A rose by any other name would smell as sweet!
And this is what we have to say to you.
Any other name presents the same energy.
If, for instance, a name is given; does it change the energy?
No, it does not. Energy is energy is energy.
The name shall bring energies of its own; however, it cannot, nor will it change the object; this remains the same.
So, when choosing a name be sure that you do not expect the object to resonate with the energies.
No, this is an impossibility.
(Many do this; they choose a name that is liked in the hope that the child will resonate with the energies of that name. This is an impossibility. The child will have its own energies, and cannot resonate to any other energy other than its own.
We see this over and over again.
His energies are of a ‘Charles’ and yet, his parents or guardians, give him the name of ‘John’ in the vain hope that he will be like his grandfather. Others give the child a name of a famous individual hoping, in vain, that somehow the name will impart some of the success.
We all do this. Do we not? We hope that life will be kind and do as we can to ensure that kindness prevails upon those we love; and yet, this is folly to those of us who know. Each one will have the energy that was intended; and there is naught that can be done to change that.)
Carolyn Page – ABC of Spirit Talk
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I hadn’t intended on naming my children after one thing/person or another. Just as well. I called my youngest “Thyme” and the images that would came to mind were delicate little flowers. These energies were befitting as a baby. Now, she has grown into a strong young women. She is forthright, independent and loves a great debate. Watch out if you cross her . . .or if she sees anyone cross me ! LOL. . .fireworks at the very least LOL !!! She does have a more gentle side at times but I do love both
A great example of the reflection Catherine… 😉
I had originally named my daughter Veronica only to be met with consternation from many. Probably due to the fact that my hormones were rather unbalanced, at the time, I bowed to popular opinion and changed her name when she was christened. As she got older I began to appreciate that the name did not suit her and asked her if she would like to be called by her birth name. She agreed wholeheartedly, and just as she was leaving primary to go to high school we began to call her by her true name. It didn’t take long before she was known as Veronica, helped by the fact that she made new friends in her first year of high school and they knew her only by this name.
We both loved the reversal to her true name; it suits her personality and today she delights in this…. 😉