October 2017 The name game Soniyaa Arora is the Founder of Name Therapy “Each name is as unique as an individual’s fingerprint,” said Soniyaa Arora, founder of Name Therapy, while talking about the significance of a person’s name in his or her life. Soniyaa’s was one of the stalls offering healing consultation at Havishaa Global’s latest holistic wellness and healing platform, NRG Workers, held in Delhi in July end. Explaining further, she said, “Two people or products of the same name do not evoke the same response from their environment. This is so because of the vibration of the names. As long as there is an inconsistency in these vibrations, the name of a person will not project the feeling of oneness within its environment.” Name Therapy is touted to be the only healing method that adds therapeutic value to a name by healing and treating the vibrations of illness, and unpleasant experiences associated with it without changing its spelling. A person may have more than one name by which they are addressed, i.e., their formal name and nicknames. Each of these names have a unique energy due to the different perceptions they convey when used to address a person. These perceptions may have conflicting connotations which may adversely affect the holder of these names. For example, someone may have Vijay as his formal name and Chhotu as his pet name. While Vijay emits a sense of courage and victory, Chhotu connotes that the person is small and powerless; thus, reducing the vibrational frequency of the person and hampering his life. Moreover, when these vibrations become energetically sick, they could affect a particular body organ of that person causing ailments. Soniyaa opines “If these unhealthy vibrations are identified, it can lead to a prognosis of likely or existing health issue. In many cases, it can even aid in their prevention.” Every name has its own biology or life. Whenever a person uses that name, a certain perception gets attached to it. With that perception a certain trait is assigned to the personality of that individual. That trait then becomes the individual’s biography. Name Therapy works in two stages _deep analysis of the biology and biography of the name, and healing it by using energies of gems. The key to healing is identifying the right gem for a person and sourcing it from the mine that holds the right energetic quotient. Hardeep Arora Chandok, a make-up artist from Mumbai, shared his experience with Name Therapy, “Being an upcoming make-up artist, I struggled for a very long time and I didn't get recognition for the the work I did. On Soniyaa’s advise, I tried Name Therapy. Within a month, I started receiving new work offers. I made new contacts and today I work with big designer houses, on their shoots. The process was simple, I suggest people to go for it." Fundamental principles of Name Therapy are applicable to first names, family names as well as nicknames as they all contribute to the mix of vibrations associated with a person. It also works for names of businesses, products and brands. An unconventional and easy-to-implement procedure, Name Therapy promises to be a unique healing method for any individual or organisation seeking to open new doors for opportunities. To know more about Name Therapy, email at email@example.com or contact +91 9768070066
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