I believe the words “I Am” are the most powerful words on earth. How we use them is based on our choices. Choice of thought and our subconscious mind, which is the steering wheel in a sense. I have seen and felt their power in full magnitude at different times in my life. I truly didn’t know their power until I had been on earth for a little more than three decades. I have realized later on this timeline our programming happens before the age of six years old from our parents, grandparents, siblings, teachers, cousins and television shows. In that precious time in our life “I Am” can be deflated like a balloon.
At this stage in the game, I’m putting oxygen in just like you do when saving your life. Oxygen comes in various forms in the ether. I have ways like reading uplifting books, surfing Pinterest Pins, meditating, doing yoga, and cleaning my apartment. Energy goes where attention flows. When I feel happy it seems oxygen flows freely.
When a young child is exposed to various forms of abuse whether international or not, he or she feels less good “I Am” affirmations and rather negates all powerful, strong, generous, amazing, wise and human!!! When surrounded by people who tell you who you can’t are disallowing. It is what you learn. It takes effort and tenacity to learn new ways of being. So to give stronger resolve it may take time to erase the old tapes so to speak. Old tapes mess you up sometimes. Whatever is implanted into the garden of the subconscious mind will reap what you see around you. I believe bin-aural beats are repairing as well as 432 mhz. I spend a lot of time in nature, the best thing ever.
I believe this area is one the movie, The Secret did not address, yet they added a lot of bones to a good skeleton. I’ve found the turmoil and heartache of my past have rendered “I Am” powerless at times. It’s like you have a brand new shiny car yet the gears are all jacked up. The truth is I know what I am and I am freaking amazing.
I am not around to say what I am to myself silently everyday. I have more fuel, now that more checks are coming in. Sometimes I want to jump up high into the air. I’ve had a fixation on jumping for awhile now. The meat bag I’m stuck in doesn’t matter. I’m a star!!
God told Moses, “I Am that I am.” How much more sacred can we get? We are what we tell ourselves we are, even in the tough times. Those nasty little ants. “I Am” can be a nurturing soul star or a prickly little cactus cake. It can be a friend that has our back or leaves us bleeding. How do you feel? What’s in the ether? “I An” can be a cookie baked with love and butter or longing harmful Dear John letters. It could be the silent treatment you received from your father or the unfeeling words of the teacher that labeled you “remedial.”
I believe affirmations work yet we must believe in our hearts it is possible. There are countless songs sung about this. When you believe in yourself others will too. It’s not important that everyone believes in you just yourself and the appropriate people. If babies were told the “I Am” affirmations I wonder what the world would be like? I’ve had doubts about the world of duality yet I feel there is a seed of mustard to this assertion. The world is a sort of balance.
When we go look for a job we fall into societal norms which is disempowering often having to cower and beg. That in some way you are less than and have to be ingraciated with the all powerful employer. The point is don’t let everyone else assign your value. Find the right partner, find the right employer or start your own business. Our society does not build up the precept of “I Am.” In fact it works against it and that is what Black Magick and Dark Occult is all about. It takes energy. Like most people I could write a book of “I Am’s.” I will stick to my most pivotal talents and feelings. “I Am the Most Amazing Person” and on it goes.
Just like food, the words we utilize will nourish or drain us. They will feed or sicken us. There are a lot of broken people our in the world. Let’s get some glue. Glue made of love, joy, passion, movement and words. Words are thoughts, thoughts are words. Glue can take what is broken and put it back together then we can say, “I Am” with more certainty.
“I Am” should feel wonderful to the soul. It should sound like a baby cooing or wind chimes ringing. Every time I utter these words I chew on them like a good tomato. I keep it in my mouth and savor the flavor. It could turn against you when everyone around you has told you how worthless you are and you sometimes forget how beautiful “I Am” can be. You have to remind yourself. So, in essence my greatest teacher is reminding myself and being mindful of the words “I Am.”