Examining Exodus 3:13-15 from an Ancient Hebrew perspective. Within this passage is the phrase אהיה אשר אהיה (ehyeh asher ehyeh - I am who I am) and the two names Elohiym gives Mosheh (Moses), אהיה (ehyeh) and יהוה (yhwh). These two names, related to the phrase אהיה אשר אהיה, have a meaning and pronunciation that is often overlooked.
One point that I should have made in the video and didn't, is that the pronunciation I provide in this video for YHWH is based on the traditional pronunciation of the Hebrew language. While I follow the traditional pronunciation of Hebrew, there is no way one can prove that this pronunciation preserves the original. However, my point in the video is that the emphasis should not be on the actual pronunciation, but on the "character" of the name.