Changing your Name is a Game Changer!

Changing your name is a game changer.

It really is! Today my surname has changed back to my name before I was married. I have been divorced for four years and only kept it for my youngest son who didn’t want me to change. I am in a relationship with my best friend and soul mate, and neither of us considers marriage to be what holds us together, so we haven’t bothered!

I got to a point though where I knew, for changes to happen in my life the starting point was changing my name. I just knew. I decided to check the numerological meaning of my old name, and wow, the things that had occurred over the years since I had married were there. I use Chaldean numerology and this link will take you to a calculator based on the wonderful Linda Goodman’s Star Sign book.

My old names compound number was number 28 ‘The Trusting Lamb. Here is what it says for this number:


‘28 is the number of puzzling and frustrating contradictions. It symbolizes a person (or entity) of fine promise, even genius, and great possibilities, with the capability of achieving impressive success, and the 28 person frequently does realize such success, only to see everything taken away unless he or she has carefully provided for the future. It indicates loss through misplaced trust in others, powerful opposition from enemies and competitors in business or career, danger of serious losses in courts of law – and the possibility of having to begin the life path over and over again. If 28 is the name number, one might wish to change the spelling to achieve a more harmonious and fortunate number. When 28 is the birth number and therefore can’t be altered, the karmic lessons of prudence, caution, and well-laid plans must be learned and practised. When this is done, the negative aspect of the 28 vibration will be substantially diluted. The key is to look before you leap.’

My new, or should I say ‘reverted’ name, that I haven’t had for fifteen years now has the compound number of 23.


‘The Royal Star Of The Lion

This is a karmic reward number. 23 bestows, not only promise of success in personal and career endeavours, it guarantees help from superiors and protection from those in high places. It’s a most fortunate number, and greatly blesses with abundant grace the person or entity represented by it. As always, the 23 must be considered along with other Single and Compound Key numbers making up the full numerological analysis, which may not be quite so fortunate. But other numbers don’t have much of a chance to bring about serious trouble when the Royal Star of the Lion is present during difficult times. No number can challenge the Lion’s strength and win. It’s wise to remember that if the 23 is abused in the present life, it could revert to an 18 or some other extremely difficult birth number in the next. So one is warned not to fail to appreciate the benefits of the 23 and the 24 compound numbers, and not to allow such good fortune to cause selfishness or a careless attitude toward spiritual values. The temptation to indulge in promiscuity must be avoided; likewise a tendency to overindulgence of all kinds.’


Game changer? I think so!

The single name number also becomes 5, the number of communication. As writing is something I do this is a great number for me.

It’s worth checking your numerology before making a name change. All words have vibration, even when written down. This vibration affects and changes your energy, puts its own hue on it, if you like. It takes a little time but looking back now I can see how this vibration has made a difference to my own life.

Today feels like a new start, pregnant with possibilities. I feel released from something and ready to take on the challenges of my spiritual path with a different attitude and a different energy. It’s good to feel this way!

A real game changer!


Kirsten Ivatts


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