Of late, i have been requested to post an article about the ideal way to sign a name. Though i have cleared in comments section about the use of Full name in signature, still most people get confused about which part of name to sign. This post will clear all doubts about the importance of signature.
Signature – Important aspect in Numerology
Signature is the most crucial aspect in numerology. The way we sign determines the pattern of events in our life. Till three years, a child is not affected by cosmic changes, as his/her mind is crystallized, so any external planetary effects or karmas will not operate for a child less than three years old. After three years, the individual karma of child operates, and cosmic patterns affects the individual. Our name symbolizes individual ego or ahankara, the ego is the root cause for the cause and effect of day to day events. Ego is very essential for our existence, it can only be transcended but not destroyed, and such is the importance of ones name. It determines the thought pattern of a person, hence ones nature of ego based on past karmas defines the fruits of present life. Planets and luminaries are agents who carry these orders, and their vibrations are converted into phonetic values and further into numbers in the name of numerology.
Our signature or our identification determines the course of life in this birth, and the subsequent actions which can either lead to liberation or re-birth. There are many ways to sign a name, which bears many results, like improves popularity, success, fame, financial gains, win over enemies etc.. Different styles of signatures yield different results. But i am gonna discuss only the best and ideal way to sign your name, which is ideally suited to bear our past karma’s in this life itself and to move closer to the path of liberation or salvation or moksha.
First of all, determine which name you want to sign. If your full name is the auspicious one, then you must use your full name as signature. Some people may have a lengthy name which includes first name + middle name + last name, though their full name is lucky as per numerology, they may not be in a position to sign the lengthy one; In that case, determine which part of the name is lucky for you, like First name or First Name + Last Name or First Name +Middle Name and sign accordingly. But remember, numerology is seen for full name and its always ideal to sign the full name. The name you sign is what counts the most in numerology and not the name in certificates or papers.
e.g, If your full name is John Turner, then sign as John Turner and not as John or Turner or J Turner. (If John Turner is Numerologically fortunate)
If your full name is just first name and last, then its easy to sign the full name. But if your birth name is first+middle+last, and if you are using first name and last name in day to day activities, then check whether that name is fortunate or not, and then start signing the name you use for public purpose (first+last). In this way, your full name remains just as paper name in certificates, but the auspicious name is what you sign in your public life.
e.g, If your full birth name is Oprah Gail Winfrey, and if you are using just Oprah Winfrey for public life, then determine whether Oprah Winfrey is fortunate or not, if yes, then sign as Oprah Winfrey.
The Proper way to sign a name is to write all letters legibly and clearly. The best way to sign is to write ones name, may be with certain style, but all the letter should be visible in signature. Also, sign in a 45 degree angle. I have used MS paint to demonstrate a example. though its not clearly written, it will show you the style of signing.
I am not a pro in using paint tool, so ignore the strokes of the letters. But in the above image, you can visible read all letters, and the keeping the straight line as point, the signature is headed towards a 45 degree angle. Most importantly, the final letter of the name, ‘r’ is extended to sky like a tick mark. This is the ideal way to sign a name, with last letter extended like a tick mark.