Thor – Hidden Story and Name Meaning and Analysis
Thor – Name Meaning and Analysis
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Thor creates a quick, clever mind capable of grasping and assimilating new ideas. You are rather studious, mentally challenging each new idea before accepting it.
Because you learn so quickly you have little patience with those whose mental processes are somewhat slower, and you could become supercilious or somewhat “know it all” in your attitude.
This characteristic could make you rather unpopular with your associates.
Although you are very knowledgeable and intelligent, you often find spontaneous verbal expression difficult.
You crave friendship, understanding, love, and affection but your reserved manner appears forbidding to others.
You can give expression to your personal thoughts and feelings most fluently through the written word.
You have a sensitive nature–sensitive to your environment and particularly sensitive to how your deeper and more serious interests are regarded by others.
Your feelings are very easily hurt and to protect yourself you withdraw within the realms of your own private thoughts and shut out the rest of the world.
Moods, which are your worst enemy, result.
Your sensitivity and lack of verbal expression frustrate and limit the satisfaction in life to be gained from your responsible and capable nature.
Health problems arise due to worry and a sensitivity in the respiratory area which could lead to problems with the heart, lungs, or bronchial organs.
Although the name
Thor creates the urge to be reliable and responsible, we emphasize that it limits self-expression and friendly congeniality with a moody disposition. This name, when combined with certain last names, can frustrate happiness, contentment, and success, as well as cause health weaknesses in the heart, lungs, bronchial area, worry, and mental tension.
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