Names carry a silent and subliminal field of energy that influences us morning till night. Very much like the subliminal influence of color (red stimulates, blue subdues), name energy cannot be detected through our conscious awareness. It secretly does its thing behind the scenes relentlessly instilling a mood that we respond to minute by minute whether we want to or not!
There are actually some names that generate extra adrenaline non-stop. It’s all very purposeful since this energy is meant to motivate, stimulate and keep us from getting stuck. But if the adrenaline is not productively focused, it can feel like uncontrollable, full-blown anxiety.
What are some “anxiety generator” names? Kristen, Jason, Jeff, Rick, Brent, Sheri, Emily, Becky, Greg, Eric, Beth, Laura, Dennis, Jess, Tyler, Ted, Bonnie, Erin, Jenny, Terry, Meg, Mike, Ed, Kelly, Glenn, Lindsey, Eli, Fred, Heidi… and the list goes on! If you happen to have an adrenaline-active name and it’s literally wearing you out, you may want to consider using a mellow-oriented nickname or other form of your name for a little relief here and there. Some people will even alter spelling to calm the high level energy. For instance, a Mike can insist on being called Michael… or an Emily might opt for Emmali.
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About the Author
For the past 20 years, Maryanna Korwitts has researched ancient naming tradition, name etymology, energetic patterns encoded in name spellings, and charted naming trends in our culture. She works with clients worldwide doing name consultations, profiles, and compatibility evaluations.