The Cornerstone, First Vowel, and Capstone
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Each letter in your name represents your characteristics, but a select few letters should be looked at closely.
The first letter of your full name at birth is called the Cornerstone. It gives you an indication of your character, particularly in the way you approach opportunities and obstacles. Think of it as your starter block; it's influence is sporadic, but easily recognizable as a kind of starter attitude. If you have an "S" Cornerstone, you are likely a more aggressive "grab the bull by the horns" person, than someone whose name starts with a "B".
The last letter of your first name reveals your ability and attitude toward finishing projects that you start. This letter is called your Capstone. Together, your Cornerstone and Capstone can tell you much about your capacity to start and finish a project successfully.
The first vowel of your first name reveals something of your deeper self.
As I explained earlier, the Heart's Desire is a somewhat hidden, but strongly represented, core number in your chart. It is a big part of yourself that you do not reveal easily or indiscriminately and is usually recognized only by your relatives and friends. The first vowel of your name is the little window through which you allow the uninitiated a glimpse at your deeper self.
It is interesting to note that a person who uses a first name with a different first vowel as the original birth name is particularly apprehensive of revealing his or her deeper self
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