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Your name defines your history - Tu nombre define tu historia
All living beings need a name to be identified among others, plants have a name because we assign it to them, but animals like dolphins have their names and learn them to live together, this helps them to collaborate and play with each other, scientifically proven. Humans have had names since time immemorial, it is something that marks us forever and is imposed by others because we do not choose it, it is the basis of identity and a requirement to live.
Our parents, relatives or caregivers are in charge of defining the crucial moment of the energy that permeates the name that will accompany us forever, our perception and that of others about ourselves is oriented by the unconscious vibration that inspired the name.
Did you know that your name has an energetic charge, a vibration, that every time you are named it influences who you are and your reality?
The name is a part of the soul, since ancient times in Egypt it was called Ren, and to exist you had to have a name. The greatest penal punishment was to be erased from history, to be forgotten, and this was done by erasing the name of those people from all places.
When you emit a sound you are already creating, words have the power to create, transform and also to destroy, every time you pronounce your name or someone else does it, you are exercising the divine gift of creation with the verb.
Since ancient times it is customary to place the name of a relative or use biblical names related to the religion of the family, this has changed recently in some Latin American countries where parents decide to combine their name creating a new name difficult to pronounce and write for their children. These combined names could bring identity conflicts and limit success, it is an opinion without scientific basis.
Continuing with the meaning of names I will give an example using mine, I love its origin and meaning.
My name is Ana Maria, since I was a little girl I felt the need to know why I was called this way, I asked her and my mother told me that she did not want a female daughter, but a male child even though everyone said she would have a female, she prepared herself to receive a male child, buying clothes for boys and even had a list of male names and when I was born and the doctors told her that I was a pretty girl my mother panicked because I had no female names and the first thing that came to her mind was the name of her mother and her mother-in-law.
They are called ANA Teodocia and MARIA Elena, coincidentally they are both known by their middle names, that is to say that my name is Ana Maria after my grandmothers. That story fascinated me, I have always liked my name and to be called by both ANA MARIA.
Ana Maria is a feminine name of Hebrew origin, its meaning is "messenger blessed by God", "Grace and compassion" and "blessed by God".
I have always felt blessed by God, in fact, sometimes I say it in any conversation, without knowing what it meant, now that I am aware of that I like it more.
If you want to change your life, change your name
Artists, religious people, many people before making a change of life baptize themselves by changing their real name for another or using a pseudonym that relates them to their new life, intending to find their life purpose. Changing the name invites you to break with the paradigms that you have consciously or subconsciously about your personality, if I go back to my example my grandmothers are strong women and still alive thanks to God they are 90 and 96 years old of dominant character and both were married, but decided to separate from their husbands (my grandparents) regardless of the opinion or social pressure that for their time 4 or 5 decades ago was not very common. I am characterized by being similar to them, but I want to break that pattern, although I like my name I want to resonate with Blessed by God.
I invite you to investigate the root of your name, what it means and if you do not agree with it or do not like it and want to change your story, try and change your name, not literally, but changing the approach you have of it is enough to transform the identity that you have been dragging for the one you want to have.