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The Vowels of Your Name Tell the Real You

Find out about the vowels in your own name, your partner’s name, your children’s name, your friend’s name and, definitely, your boss’s name.  You will learn the key to discovering who this person really is.  This is the part of you and me that others do not see but it is the part that makes up the what some might call the “best self”.  It is the part that one feels they would like to be.  This is the part of you that has great power.  It is the clue to what we want to do and be.  It is, therefore, what we are.  It affects our judgment, our values, our outlook and has a huge influence in our lives.  It affects our personality (shown in the consonants of our names) and is our motivating factor.

No matter how many names you have including how many times you have changed it, the inner self remains the same.  To accurately figure out your inner self, you must always use the original birth name.  It pays to check the birth certificate.  Many people discover their birth name had a different spelling than the one they used.  If the child was adopted shortly after birth and a new name was registered, the fine tuning allows the adopted birth name.  If it was longer than shortly after birth, you must use the first registered name.  The adopted name can be studied but we should always use the original.

The main vowels are a, e, i, o and u.  Y is a vowel when it follows another vowel such as ay, ey, and oy.  Such as Kay or Roy.  Y is also used as a vowel when there is no other vowel in the name such as in Lynn or when you can hear it as a vowel such as Mary or Tyrone.  Y is not a vowel in Lynne.

Once you figure out the meaning of the vowels in your name, you will understand why you behave the way you do, have the desires and urges you have and will always try to manifest what motivates you–even if it is different than your life path or destiny.  To know yourself, know the meaning of your vowels.  Herein lies your true nature.  This is where your happiness and contentment lies.

9 responses to “The Vowels of Your Name Tell the Real You”

  1. I have all “A”‘s in my name. 6 As. Does this hv special meaning? My married last name also only has 2 vowels, both As. What doed this mean?

  2. gail says:

    Hi Sharon,
    My book “Divine Design-How You Created the Life You Are Living” does go over the meaning of the vowels. See page 61–the Soul Meaning.
    Many thanks for purchasing my book. It is fun to use for friends and families.

  3. Sharon says:

    Gail, I have your book, Life Cycles, so if I look up 6 will that provide some insight into what vowels mean (vowels total 15 in my full birth name).
    I looked at my numerology chart and don’t see a specific reference to what the vowels imply.

    I really enjoy your updates and pass them on to my friends who are interested in numerology. Thank you for all that you share!

  4. gail says:

    This is a post to peak interest in finding out more about this fascinating subject of vowels in a name. There are many numerology books available to discover more information on how they work.

  5. gail says:

    a=1, e=5, i=9, o=15, u=21, y=25
    Recommend my book “Divine Design–How You Created the Life You are Living” to learn more about how letters and numbers impact our lives.

  6. Beth says:

    What DO the vowels mean? How will we know what we need to know when figure out the meaning of the vowels? Is it a guessing game, or is there some meaning that was left out of the article? This is not helpful.

  7. Nancy says:

    Hi Gail,
    What are the values for each vowel?

  8. Gail says:

    We total all the vowels in the full name and reduce to a single digit. If it reduces to a master number (11,22,33,44,55 etc.), You must use both the single digit as well as the meaning of the double digit.
    Thanks for asking Cathy.

  9. Cathy Coultrip says:

    Hi Gail Thank you for the article and when looking at Vowels do we look at them individually or add all together so we end up with one number? Please

    Appreciate the thoughtfulness of having us stretch to gain another aspect of our selfs … Thank you,

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