To majority of the literate Chinese, they know the reason why baby naming is important. There words go saying, “the person is defined by his/her name”. They place strong emphasis on baby naming is because they believe the name will affect their child for the rest of his or her life. While you may think this is a typical Chinese superstitious stuff again, but wait. Did you even read the article about baby naming in the western country? There are services available to take the stress out of parents, when making this selection and this is now a trend.
According to Huffington Post Canada, people are willing to pay USD$29,000 for their baby’s name – and this is a process which will take around two to three weeks. The agency offering this service at the above mentioned price uses the naming methods which involve combing through a name’s history to make sure it doesn’t have an “aggravating past” or any ties to brands. Sounded simple? While let us take a quick reference the Chinese’s methods.
In ancient Chinese history, I Ching, the “Book of Changes” also contains information on the importance of baby’s name, and how the name can influence the fate and fortune of the child. The calculation method to get the name is accordance to the birth date and time. They have to determine the five elements of the baby and based on what are favourables and unfavorables to the baby and find sets of suitable names to suit the favorable elements of the baby, as every character also represents an element. Now it sounds a little bit too complicated? And usually the Chinese don’t get to pay USD$29,000 for a session of baby naming.
If you are interested to find out more about baby naming, you can visit Tulipa Xanadu. They offer I Ching baby naming services for parents as well as adults who want to change their names. They understand the importance of having a good name, to ensure a smooth sailing path in life. They make sure everything is taken into considerations and make efforts of drawing and calculating EACH and EVERY Chinese characters. If you do not have Chinese name, you probably want to find out more from them to see how they can help you. No harm asking right?
If you want your child to have a great start in life, a WELL-INVESTED name could save your child from hard-knocks later in his or her life. What is this small amount of investment compare to the cost of failures in raising or parenting your child? I don’t think anyone is going to charge you USD$29,000 in Asia region. So, you still getting a very good deal and investment pays in a long way.