The Secret Power of a Name

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By Pao Chang, author of EsotericKnowledge.me and OmniThought.org

To be given a name can be a blessing or a curse. When you know how to use your name wisely, it can help you achieve freedom, wealth, and prosperity. However, when you do not know how to use it properly, it can be used to control your mind and diminish your wealth.

In this empowering video, I am going to take you a magical journey to explore the secret and hidden power of names. After watching this video, you will know the difference between your given name, full name, and legal name. Furthermore, you will know why learning how to use your name wisely is important for achieving freedom, wealth, and prosperity.

To learn more about the power of a name, visit my website EsotericKnowledge.me and read the second edition of my enlightening book Word Magic.

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Category: Esoteric & Occult (Hidden) Knowledge, Etymology & Word Magic, Freedom & Sovereignty

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