Uncover secrets of your name
Shirley Is used both as a given name and a first name for women.
It became popular with the novel Shirley by author Charlotte Bronte which was published in 1849. Initially it started out as a popular male name but presently it is used more commonly as a female name.
It's stated that numbers hold the key to our inner most personality. Each letter inside your Christian name has a number equivalent. Everything in life, can be reduced to a number, and each number has a meaning. In numerology, this meaning is converted into a useful tool for understanding our inner most secrets. Read on to learn what Shirley means in spiritual terms.
- Origin: Old English
- Quick Meaning: From the White Meadow
- Number of letters: 7, Those 7 letters total to 42
- Gender: Girl
- English: Female Bright wood; bright meadow; from the white meadow. Famous Bearers: child star Shirley Temple.
The total numbers that make up Shirley is the number six. If your name is Shirley then the number six appearance means that you are a nurturing, caring person. You are adored. You hold stability. You are the person who brings hope, righteousness and truth to all situations as well as a level of domesticity and stability. You are a paternal or maternal individual whose instincts about life tend to be spot on no matter what experience may thrust itself upon you. A typical six will involve themselves deeply in matters within their community especially in matters of home and the family because domesticity is where they thrive.
This nurturing individual tends to have somewhat conservative ideas which are deeply ingrained. You tend to need to feel useful in order to be happy. You need others to need you because you love to help others. It is your actual role in life to be the mother or the father to many. Not necessarily in physical children, though that is most assuredly a possibility, but there are very few people in this world who can love the way that you can love and you know this as do others. You are all about taking care of others in a humanitarian kind of way. You are the type of person who would find great satisfaction in assisting in a charity or in a soup kitchen feeding the homeless or helping them get jobs. Social services would be an excellent career for you because you would be able to get paid to work with others on bettering their life experience, something that you know a lot about and are able to help with.
One of the downsides of this number is that too often you tend to carry more than your fair share of the burden in life because you feel that others can’t do it. Therefore you are constantly being the strong one, the prepared and stable one which does a couple of things. First of all you are missing out on the blessing of being cared for yourself, but also you are robbing others from the lesson of being able to care for you.
There is an ineptitude that is created when one seeks to help too much, and in helping we need to allow others to gain their own strength. Letting go of the control in this instance is a helpful way to go. You enjoy getting the credit for working so hard, but often at the expense of your own physical body and health, which is not the best way that you could be thriving in your life path. If you aimed to just balance out the amount of time that you spend helping with the amount of time that you accept health you will find your life experience will be so much easier and freer, as well as more vibrant and lush because you will have been able to develop stronger relationships with others by taking yourself off of the pedestal for a while and allowing others to care for you. You don’t tend to function well in stressful relationships because you don’t know how to handle others who end up being untrustworthy, but one of the problems with always being the nurturer is that you tend to get taken advantage of by those who would just take and take. Make sure to create those boundaries and you will go far.
The six means that you need to be diligent. This causes you to be able to fix things as well as manage large groups of people. You are good at managing any kind of inharmonious scenario. To be named Shirley, means that you like to be an individual and to offer aid and luxury to the poor. There is a tendency regarding working with old items, such as antiques. You are good at careers, which involve the young, unwell people, or perhaps working to help the underprivileged. While you might have significant imaginative skills, the likelihood is you will devote your life to a profession which helps others. If you don't, then you are likely to try to get your sense of worth outside work.
You might exhibit a number of the negative characteristics associated with the number six, these include being too concerned what people think and feel. There might be an inclination that you are demanding and strenuous of yourself - you do to much! In this aspect, you may sometimes give up on yourself (or maybe your loved ones) for the welfare of others. Sometimes, the actual more than zealous six has trouble distinguishing between assisting and interfering with others. You may have difficulty in trying to find your own personal individuality, as a result this causes problems in connection with your duties and causes. The most negative trait that you have is the fact that you most probably worry a lot.
This may include solving a problem in your neighbourhood. It is good to be named Shirley, as this is connected with monks and automatically makes you a bringer of good in the world. A particular good facet from the number six shows that you might be adoring, helpful, and also appreciate other people in life. There is a degree of lesson's that Shirley's need to learn in life, this is associated with realizing that kindness to people generates much supportive, kindness, as well as generosity. The qualities of those with a character of six make's the very best mother or father. Those with this name often take things seriously. Home-based actions are extremely important. Openness as well as integrity is an important trait inside all your relationships.
- Doing too much
- Demanding of others
By Flo Saul
Sep 20, 2012