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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 it’s 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 it’s 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.
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