"To receive in order to give" is the motto of this name of G-d. The Hebrew letters Het, Ayin, Mem treasure the magical powers of giving and sharing. Followers of the Kabbalah believe that this name of G-d will increase enthusiasm, spirituality and self esteem.
"Cast thy bread upon the waters: for thou shalt find it after many days." Give to others and you will be rewarded. The reward will come in form of a blessing and light. When I get and receive in order to give I create a constant flowing circle of abundance.
According to the Jewish tradition G-d has 72 names. In ancient times once a year on Yom Kippur, until the destruction of the Second Temple the Great Priest (Kohen Gadol) would have entered the Holy of Holies in order to make atonement for the people of Israel. While closed inside the rest of the Israelites were waiting in anticipation outside the temple and the Great Priest would say the 72 sacred and secret names of G-d. At those ancient times only the Great Priests knew those 72 names and the secret code to get them. The code was delivered only from one Great Priest to his successor.
According to Kabbalistic scholars those 72 combinations of ancient Hebrew letters are very powerful. It is believed that the 72 three letters combinations have a very powerful and meaningful influence on our life. Although our brain does not understand the names our soul recognizes the sacred letters.