First Chapter Synopsis

The first chapter in "Know the Name; Know the Person" sets up Neimology™ Science, the study of the placement of the letters in a name and how they interact with each other to reveal hidden secrets about one's character, by giving you some background information on how names are used throughout the world and how Neimology™ Science uses the letters in a name to determine the person's characteristics and traits. When you sign up for our free newsletters you get access to the password that opens the rest of the first chapter page.

First chapter of "Know the Name; Know the Person"

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Can you describe a Joshua? When someone says Raquel, do you already have a preconceived idea about her? Has anyone ever told you that you don’t look or act like your name? What is in the name George that makes them leaders? Why are so many superb actresses named Julia? Why are Cheryls intellectual, Stephanies stubborn and Dons mechanically inclined? Are there some names that you love and others you cannot stand because of someone you know with that name? This underlines an already accepted cultural idea that certain names conjure up some well-defined images.

Wouldn’t you like to know if this is true? Or better yet, would you like to know how to read the personality of less common or exotic names? Do personality traits lay hidden in some mysterious way in a person’s name?

We identify ourselves by our names. When asked “Who are you?” around the globe we automatically respond with our names as if that says it all. Indeed it does, as in each and every culture, our names give others an impression of who we are, whether on a conscious or subconscious level. Our name is supposed to convey the message of completeness. It is as if when someone knows our names, they should know us. No one answers the question of ‘Who are you?’ by describing the characteristics that define self, or by stating how he or she thinks or feels. However, that is exactly what is hidden and can be revealed in our individual names.

Dale Carnegie dedicates an entire chapter in his longtime bestselling book, How to Win Friends and Influence People, arguing for the importance of a person’s name when he wrote, “Our name is our identity in this world. As such, our name can help us or hinder us depending on what our name conveys to others both consciously and subliminally. Names can be unique or fairly common, yet all names carry both blessings and challenges.”

Each letter within a name carries both gifts and opportunities for growth, or said another way, both positive and negative characteristics. The talents are more obvious to see within a name, as people tend to hide their challenges from others. A person’s name connects them to their personality. All names contain personality secrets that are integrated into them. These secrets are divulged by the letters, in combination with their location, within the name. Therefore, knowing what each letter represents becomes important. Additionally, our names carry our reputations and are the manner in which we identify others and ourselves. Imagine for a moment not having a name.Even Prince, in his record contract dispute with Warner Brothers over the use his legal name, needed to be called something. In a clever act of protest he legally changed his name to a cryptic symbol and thus was called ‘the artist formerly known as Prince’.

Each of the six billion people on the Earth has a name, as do countries, streets, plays, hurricanes, and pets. The United Nations even went so far as to state that every person has a right to a name. The results of our obsession to name people, objects, animals, plants, social groups, organic molecules, and everything else created a new science called Onomastics, which is defined as the study of names, and naming or seeing the whole. Meanwhile Neimology™ Science, which is presented here, is the study of the placement of the letters in names, or the study of the parts of a name, which comprise the whole.

A Neimologist is one who studies the placement of the letters in someone’s name, which then enables them to better understand people at a deeper level simply by knowing their name. The skill of a Neimology™ Science expert is directly related to their ability to compare and contrast all the different parts of a name to divulge a picture of someone’s personality. They must be able to see the entire picture that the name represents including the nuances produced by how the letters interact and affect each other.

Names have an impact on the person who has the name. As Neimology™ Science will show, this is because each sound has a frequency that corresponds to a quality or characteristic. So, each time a person hears his or her name, the sounds that comprise the name and their corresponding frequencies are perceived. Hence, the sounds, which represent the letters, and consequently, the qualities in the name, are reinforced.

To continue reading, click on the link "Know the Name; Know the Person" link and then scroll down to the first subheading that says, "Expectations Surrounding Names" to continue reading where you left off. Captivating Reading

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