Spiritual names are a funny thing. They can often be the result of an individual’s deep spiritual connection with their life purpose, or they can just as easily be the product of a whimsy moment in time.
The fact that there is such a range of types of spiritual names and how they’re given to people is part what makes them so interesting. But it also begs the question: What type of spiritual name would I give my child? This is something we’ll explore more later on in this blog post.
What’s in a name, really? The answer lies within the power of names: what they represent and how they can affect our lives. It’s not just your parents or godparents who give you your name – even if it is given to you by someone else, for example when you choose one on your own as an adult because so many people are doing this now that it has become more common practice than ever before!
So I hope we’ve piqued your interest enough with this introduction into spiritual names because there’s much more ahead about the history and power behind these special words.
Fact 15) Spiritual Names have been around since Ancient Greece where Socrates was called “The Divine One.” And Fact 14) Spirituality is a word that means “the pursuit of the Holy Spirit.” In fact, some names and phrases are so famous (and powerful) they’re considered to be magic spells. Here’s an example: “abracadabra” which dates back to Ancient Roman times where it meant “I create as I speak.” This name has been used throughout history by both witches and wizards for its transformative properties not just in the realm of magic! For instance, did you know your name can affect how people view you? Research shows that people with more ethnic-sounding first names tended to have lower self esteem than those who had less ethnically identifiable ones. This was because peoples’ social circles tend to reflect their own