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It is very clear to me that I entered a new phase of my life. I have stripped away many false identities and personalities. Over the past couple of months, a new first name kept popping up intuitively for me. First, I dismissed it and did not make too much of it. Then, as it kept coming back, I started to consider it. The direction of my new life appeared more clearly to me and it became evident I had to carry a first name that is more aligned with the new energies I am meant to bring forth. So this is it. I will change my first name from Ale to Vaillant when I turn 45 on June 20th.
A similar event happened to me when I turned 26. I had just integrated the biggest trauma of my childhood, and my focus and desire turned into external physical manifestation. I was provided intuitively the new first name Ale. Ale has the same pronunciation in French than “Allez” which means “Go for it”. It facilitates the transfer from thought to action, and helped me going from a dreamer and explorer to a doer. During that time, I built a healthcare and a software company in the Silicon Valley, ran a non-profit organization, had 2 children in a 15 year marriage and was Vice Consul of Monaco for 7 years.
In my early twenties, I became fascinated with numerology. While I do not rely on divination arts such as astrology, tarot, human design, numerology or palmistry to make my decisions, I have always been impressed with the insights provided by them, and they offer a great validation tool to what we already feel intuitively. So I looked at the numerology meaning of the different names and what I found sealed my decision!
I was born Alexandre. In Chaldean name numerology, its destiny number is a 4. 4s are influenced by Uranus that bring sudden and unexpected events in a mysterious way. During my childhood, my family life was quite unstable with many moves and the divorce of my parents when I was 10. I joined a cult when I was 20 (left when I was 23), got married the first time when I was 21 and emigrated to the US on my own when I was 22. I actually did not take my career seriously until I turned 26. 4s are known to plan the foundation of the future with weird ideas. They are practical persons that believe in individualism, tolerance and originality. This is very consistent with my youth. I was quite individualistic and distrusted groups because of my enmeshment fears. I was very practical with my schoolwork always striving to be the best and I was an idealist at the same time with a sincere desire to change the world. I showed a secretive nature displayed unexpected behavior to others as 4s typically do during this phase of my life.
As I turned 26, after a deep spiritual experience, I decided to name myself Ale. In Chaldean name numerology, its destiny number is a 9. 9s are ruled by Mars, which brings courage, aggression and humanitarian endeavors. 9s are risk takers, lead by positive example, are fighters that eventually become successful by grit, strong will and determination. 9s unfortunately experience many quarrels and strife in their home life. This was quite consistent with this phase of my life. I built a non-profit what became the largest French speaking networking organization in the Silicon Valley and helped many in the process. Then I founded my own company that kept growing despite so many obstacles I had to face along the way. My hard work, determination and perseverance made me prevail against all odds every time. I was married and divorced twice during that time, and my marriages were marked with many conflicts and drama though there was also a lot of positive coming out of them.
In Chaldean name numerology, Vaillant destiny number is a 6. 6s are ruled by Venus, the planet of love, romance, beauty, art and truth. They strongly trust in truth, justice and humanity. They are born teachers and healers. It also symbolizes unconditional love, home and hearth, loving relationships of every kind and deep compassion bordering on empathy. This is again very consistent to what I am feeling internally or what I am aspiring to. The Mars energy helped me achieve many external goals but left many of my relationships in shambles. I know I am meant to heal these relationships. I feel the thirst in my soul for the 6 energy, and we will see what comes out of it 🙂
According to Teal, I have spent most of my past incarnations as a female (and she has spent most of her past incarnations as a male) and this resonates with me. My astrology south node is in Cancer and I was a whiny kid that was shamed a lot for crying easily. I was raised in a culture and time where real men are tough and do not show emotions. So I had to repress many of the feminine energies in me to eventually become the alpha male that I became in my thirties. It was important for my soul to acquire this Mars energy in this lifetime however Venus energy feels more like home to me. I want to be a man that can integrate and welcome the more feminine qualities of nurturing, empathy, spontaneity and unconditional love. By harmonizing the Yin and the Yang in me, I will eventually be able to recreate this harmonious union of the feminine and masculine in my personal life, which is something I have failed to do up to this point.
What I feel intuitively as I enter this new cycle of life, and become Vaillant, I will become relationship-focused rather than action-focused. I will probably spend more time in Europe as its culture is more focused on relations. I want my life to be more about helping people, enjoying deeper connection with others, experiencing harmony in my home and relationships. I am getting to understand that ultimate happiness comes from sharing your inner light and joy with others, from helping others to reconnect with the love of their soul, from appreciating beauty around us and the simple things of life, to love God and to love each other.
Since I have been a teenager, one of my favorite song has been the “businessman blues” from Michel Berger. It was made popular internationally by Celine Dion and I would like to share it with you here. Here are the lyrics translated in English that express so well the transition from 9 to 6 energies.
The businessman’s blues
I’m successful in business
I’m successful in love
I often change of secretary
My office is at the top of a tower
From there I contemplate the whole city
From there I control my universe
I spend half my life in the air
Between New York and Singapour
I always travel in first class
I have my secondary residence
In all the Hiltons of the Earth
I can’t stand poverty
At least, are you happy?
I’m not happy but I look like it
I lost my sense of humor
Since I have a business sense
I have succeeded and I am proud of it
In fact, I only have a single regret
I am not doing what I wanted to do
What do you want my friend
In life we do what we can
Not what we want…
I wanted to be an artist
To be able to play my act
When the plane lands on the runway
In Rotterdam or in Rio
I wanted to be a singer
To be able to scream who I am
I wanted to be a writer
To be able to create my life (bis)
I wanted to be an actor
To change skin everyday
And to be able to think I am handsome
On a big colored screen (bis)
I wanted to be an artist
To make a new world
To be able to be an anarchist
And live like a millionaire (bis)
I wanted to be an artist
To be able to say why I exist
Is your name energy aligned to who you truly are? Who do you want to become and which name resonates with you? Would you like to empower yourself to create your own destiny?
8 thoughts on “Vaillant”
I’m proud of my name. Even my last name which has 23 different ways to pronounce it. I tried to change it in 2009 after what had been the worst year of my life, but I didn’t want to bother with the process. I’m glad I didn’t.
So what do you plan to do then, Relationship-wise?
Same as myself & my partner, he has been mostly female in previous incarnations and I have been mostly male. Provides an interesting yet challenging relationship. Much love to you and Teal in your future
I think it sounds perfect for you!! I was adopted so which name should I be looking into the name I was given at birth or the name I was given at adoption?
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This actually resonates with me a lot.
I personally have been seeing the number 4 show up a lot, and it’s been a prevailing theme for the past 4 years.
The number 9 has also shown up quite a bit.
In my life, I’ve seen that the number 4 means fulfillment, and 9 means completion.
I see 6 as manifestation energy. I personally didn’t think I would vibe with this too specifically at first, but after reading what you say about it here, your words resonate with me very strongly.
I even like the end, where you mentioned transitioning from 9 to 6, because I’ve been seeing the number 69 show up over the past few days, so seeing a variation of those numbers here forms a good connection.
Thank you Vaillant.
We are provided a name that matches the vibration of the life script we are also provided with by the proprietor of this hell realm, the A.I. or Lucifer or Saturn or just say “Executive Management.” It does no good to change one’s name; in fact that tends to throw an already untenable situation off even more. We are able to make choices, but only limited. So man…go ahead, but this name change could be further de-stabilizing.
Numerology was introduced to me when I was a kid by the first adults who ever validated my interest in metaphysics. I set the intention for a new energetic name come to me and after a few days, I heard the name Chandra. The name alone holds a number 4 vibration. After a Uranus transit to Pisces I am not interested in sudden change, although I do need change. The name Chandra in Sanskrit means Moon, which is fitting for me actually.