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Why your baby’s name matters

Why your baby’s name matters

The Chinese know that choosing the baby’s name is an important decision. After all, it will affect their child for the rest of his or her life. There are services available to take the stress out of parents, when making this selection and this is now a trend in the western countries as well.

According to Huffington Post Canada, people are willing to pay USD$29,000 for their baby’s name – and this is a process which will take around two to three weeks.
The agency offering this service at the above mentioned price uses the naming methods which involve combing through a name’s history to make sure it doesn’t have an “aggravating past” or any ties to brands.

In ancient Chinese history, I Ching, the “Book of Changes” also contains information on the importance of baby’s name, and how the name can influence the fate and fortune of the child. The calculation method to get the name is accordance to the birth date and time.

If you want your child to have a great start in life, a WELL-INVESTED name could save your child from hard-knocks later in his or her life. What is this small amount of investment compare to the cost of failures in raising or parenting your child?

 

火神明
火神明

Huo Shenming's real name is Fang Qing Xiong (Jackie). He is born with claircognizance and divination abilities. He enjoys helping people with the wisdom and knowledge that he has accumulated from his many lifetimes. He is a certified practitioner in I Ching Feng Shui, Bazi, Divination, Psychic and entity attack defense. The reason for using the nickname "Huo Shen Ming" is a constant reminder for him to work towards his goal of opening up everyone's higher-self to lead them to a better tomorrow. "Huo Shen Ming" has got number of meanings. [Huo] in mandarin is fire. With "fire", we can see through darkness. There will not be living things without "fire" and earth will be as good as a dead star without the Sun. [Shen] represents the spirit of the universe. In the Seven Chakras, the Crown Chakra is one few inches above our head that brings connection to the super-conscious mind and our higher self. This is similar to the Chinese saying "舉頭三尺有神明". [Ming] reminds us that everything in the universe has got Yin-Yang and they co-exist together. It reminds us to look at all things in Yin and Yang, similar to the laws of the Universe.

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