We are going to analyze our names and practice features of personality at the same time.
In any name there are 3 letters of particular importance:
The Cornerstone – the first letter, gives general information about your character and attitude to both problems and positive events in our lives,
The Capstone – the last letter in a name showing the ability and quality of getting things through to the end.
First Vowel – shows your aims, emotions and dreams.
II. In numerology.com you will find descriptions of individual letters in a name from A to Z.
“Here is an alphabetic list to understand your name from Cornerstone to First Vowel to Capstone. You can decode your own name by focusing on these three things. Here’s an example: let’s say your name is Anna. With “A” as your Cornerstone Letter, you are ambitious about starting new endeavors. With “A” as your First Vowel Letter, you might hide this ambition — perhaps you are the quiet creative type. With “A” as your Capstone Letter, you push this motivation through to the end, seeing projects to their completion.”
Meaning of names expert Sharón Wyeth interprets the meaning of the first name Clayton with his mom, Amy Robbins-Wilson. This is just a preliminary look at the first name.
III. The meaning of my name: Sylwia.
1. The Cornerstone: S
It says I’m extremely emotional and experience ups and downs. The latter is definitely true for me in terms of change, which I seem to crave. I realize I need constant change. But I don’t know about the emotional part. I mean I do cry during movies. Is that it?
Besides that I supposedly have intense inner life, charm, warmth and devotion. Great!
2.The Capstone: A
My ability to foloow through:
It says I’m ambitious, freethinking and brave but may have problems with considering other people’s opinions. I need to have a purpose and supposedly I’m a natural leader.
3. The first vowel: Y
My aims, emotions and dreams:
It says I like to break rules (I wish!) and I love freedom (true – I always hated having a boss), I’m supposedly independent but slow in decion-making (???).