Saturday, 16 July 2011

Special power of Vowels

Did you know that the number of vowels that you have in the name spelling could determine your success ?
 A university in the U.S.A. has issued a statement in this regard. Since 1789, there have been 54 presidential elections in U.S.A. In 40 of these, the leading candidates have had names that differ in the number of vowels. In these 40 elections, the candidate with more vowels in his name has won 28 times out of 40 i.e. 70% of the time.
 Does this mean that vowels possess the powers to make someone a winner? Yes, vowels have special spiritual powers in them.
 In numerology, Vowels are believed to possess special powers.
 Have you ever noticed why every mantra in Hindu mythology begins with an ‘Aum’? There is a numerological reason behind this too.
 Before the readers start thinking numerology as a western science, I would like to inform them that numerology is purely Indian and based on our Vedas and Upanishads.  Even Count Leo Hamon, popular as Cheiro, learnt it from a brahmin at Mumbai when he came to India in 1800s.
 Our rishis and munis were well-familiar with the science of numerology. They knew very well how the destiny could be improved by the power of phonetics.
  Aum contains two vowels and only one consonant. This makes this word extremely powerful. It is full of positive energy and is creative and spiritual.
 It is for this reason that I, as a numerologist, prefer adding vowels in a name spelling while correcting it. In past few months I had corrected the name spellings as: Kuldip Mathur to Kuldiip Mathur, Aseem Bajpai to Aseeim Bajpai, Rahul Seth to Raahul Seith, Sandeep Notani to Sandiip Notanii, Akshat Bhargava to Aakshat Bhargawa, Shailendra Singh to Shaelendrra Singh, Chhaya Mehrotra to Chhaaya Mehrotra and Prayas International to Prrayaas International.
 The readers will notice that I have normally added vowels into the names. I prefer to add vowels for two reasons. Firstly, they add a positive energy to the name spelling. Secondly, they do not have much affect on the pronunciation.
 Over here it is noteworthy that the first three vowels are considered more powerful. This means ‘a’, ‘e’ and ‘i’ are more powerful in comparison to ‘o’ and ‘u’.
In numerology, when a name contains more vowels than the consonants it becomes extremely positive and vibrates positively with its ruling numbers. Such names are considered very lucky. These names indicate an extrovert personality which is capable of influencing anyone with its striking first appearance.
 ‘Pooja’ and ‘Puja’ might sound similar but from numerological viewpoint the former is considered better because it contains three vowels and two consonants. The name ‘pooja’ contains more powerful vowels ‘a’ and ‘o’, whereas the name ‘puja’ contains one powerful vowel ‘a’ and one weaker vowel ‘u’.
In numerology, ‘a’ is governed by number 1 – ‘e’ by number 5 – ‘i’ by number 9 – ‘o’ by number 6 and ‘u’ by number 3. Number 1,3,5,7 and 9 contain the positive energy whereas number 6 contains both positive and negative energy. As a result, ‘o’ is the least powerful among the five vowels.
So how many vowels you have in your name ? Calculate them and you might be able to calculate your success percentile !

1 comment:

  1. There is a HUGE difference between AkShata and AAkShata, in meaning. Word, meaning and sound have enormous significance in mantravidya, and most especially for the mantrayana and kulavidya. It is not possible for active practitioners of this path to agree to the points made above. Such practitioners have intimate association with each varna of the varnamAla, vowels as well as consonants. Additionally, with the issues connected with "swara" about which nothing need be written in public. People may have different experiences in this infinite Universe, which has infinite mysteries, but it is not useful to be so dogmatic when there are many deep vidya of word, thought, consciousness and prana that define an integrated structure of Reality in so many of our Shaiva, Shakta and other schools of practice. One may name the pratyabhijnA, the unmanA, and so many, to illustrate but a few very well developed systems. You may ask those who have deep practice in the PARATRIMSIKA shastra, for example, to explain some aspects to you. Shubhamastu. Om Namo Narayanaya.