Tarot for the 21st Century!
I received another question about names: Should you take in account "prefixes" or "suffixes"? Answer: Maybe.
Usually you don't. What a mess that would make with my name if I used all the formalities:
Rev. Dr. Dax Carlisle, DD, CHt, CTM
Even worse if you spell that all out! It's actually very simply. Your Power Name Number (PNN) comes from the name you're most normally called or associated with. So in my case, Dax Carlisle. However if I was to start being known as "Dr Dax", as in "Dr Phil" or "Dr Laura", "Dr Oz", now that name would have significance.
So while you wouldn't normally use "Miss" in the calculation, if she was commonly know as "Miss Ellie", then you would. Also it depends on the context. If someone's name is James Anderson, but at the office he is commonly know as "Mr. Anderson", then you would use "Mr. Anderson" as his PNN, but ONLY for the work environment. If he is known as "Jimmy Anderson" at home or social gatherings, then THAT would be his PNN in those situations.
So to see the effect your name is having, it depend on what area of your Life we are looking at. It also makes it very easy to "change the energy" by slightly altering you name in a given situation to something more beneficial.
This is also true when naming your business, your dog, a child, and so on....
Here's a Handout with the chart for calculating a Number from letters, as in a name, word or phrase:
Please feel free to ask more questions!