Mr. Alfred J. Parker, Founder

What Creates Personality But Our Name?

Parents will readily admit that they don’t know why each of their children is so different. Why is one youngster more reserved and the other more gregarious and outgoing? Why is one more academically inclined while the other skips classes at school? Why is one child more intense while the other might be more passive? What makes them so different?

Although psychology can measure personality traits with some degree of accuracy with questionnaires and interviews, they do not know what creates personality. They speculate on genetic influences or sibling order, but they readily admit that personality can be described as a black box phenomena. There are many inputs, such as parenting, peers, socio-economic factors, culture, and environment, put the outputs as personality traits seem random and without a basic principle.

If you are reading this, you have the unique opportunity to test the Kabalarian Philosophy’s understanding of personality. We teach that personality is predictable because we understand the Mathematical Principle that governs the formation of individual mind. That seems like a tall order, doesn’t it? Fortunately you do not have to take our word for it. You can prove it with the empirical evidence of a first name analysis or a free Name and Birthdate Report on the website.

First some basic theory. Mind operates with language. No language, no thought. We translate the impulses that become thought through language. Are you with me so far? The next question to ask is what part of the language has been attached to us by our parents at birth? The answer is our names.

The Kabalarian Philosophy teaches that the names we use create a predictable and observable pattern of thinking based upon the mathematical formula derived from the letters in the name. In effect, the names are the tuning mechanism for the abstract qualities of Consciousness that we translate into our thoughts, feelings, emotions, and personality.

Again, you don’t have to believe this. You simply have to have to test it. We recommend you take five friends or family members and add their first names into the free name analyzer. The more different their nature, the better – because if you put five friends and family who have the same name formula coincidentally, you will get the same short summary. For example, the names of Bob, Edward, Clifford, and Rod all reduce to the same name formula and will have the same summary. But Peter, Adrian, Doreen, and Terry are all quite different name formulas and will give you very contrasting personality descriptions.

Of course, if you want to get the relative influence of the surname and the birth date – which are both very significant, you can get the free Name and Birthday report to see a bigger picture of their personality. These reports are free because we want you to have enough evidence to seriously consider how your names are the key factor in the formation of your mind. It is through this Mathematical Principle that we are considered the world authority on balanced names.

What is a balanced name? It is a set of names where both the first name and surname are mathematically balanced, creating a balanced overall total influence and effect. The surname creates our set of family traits whereas the personal name creates our personal traits. Combined, these can create a predictable personality reflecting the names we are using. Yes, a nickname has an influence on our life. It can be either detrimental or constructive depending upon it’s mathematical balance and how it combines with the surname.

Some people are lucky enough to have a balanced first name, not by design but by coincidence. But it may be combined with a surname that creates a destructive overall influence. Others may have the benefit of a mathematically balanced surname but their personal name creates discord and mental tension in their lives. Others might have a moderately balanced set of names but the combined total can create discord and even tragedy.

Certain names combine mathematically to create pioneering conditions where success is elusive. Other combined names can create a life that is fortunate but unstable. Other combined names create a life of hard work with little to show for it. Other names combine to create bitter experiences with other people. Other names combine to create financial and personal losses.

Although all these conditions can be blamed on other factors, because we can predict these conditions from the names analyzed in the Name and Birthdate Report, it shows that the mathematical balance of the names is the basic cause of these experiences.

When people change to balanced names, they will experience a change in their thinking in short order. If they were intense and high-strung, they become more relaxed and balanced. If they were emotionally volatile, they become more stable and mild. If they were passive and lacking confidence, they become more assertive and confident.

Balanced names are the most fundamental change we can make to improve our life. Once the legal change is made, constructive changes in our thinking will unfold. A happier and more stable life is the natural outcome of using balanced names consistently.

If you look deeper into this Philosophy, you will recognize that your personality is the natural outgrowth of the mathematical formulas of your names. Test it out and be prepared to be amazed!

The link between human intelligence, mind, language, and the order of the letters in the alphabet is the key to measuring human mind and solving the major problem of mental discord and imbalance.

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For an analysis of your full name, see our free detailed Name Report service.

You can change your life through the power of a Balanced Name. If you are already interested in making a name change, click here for the various services the Society of Kabalarians can provide you for this very important decision.


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