I recently posted a quote titled Who Am I? It said: Realizing who you are, does not mean finding out who you are!
We mostly notice that at times we are feeling something in certain situations which is not for our benefit. That can be anger, jealousy, greed, frustration, or resistance. And we don’t even know why we feel it. It is coming up like a reflex when a certain person calls or when we are confronted with repeating issues or happenings. Then these emotions show up and take over instantly and we feel helpless doing anything against them. But we know exactly that we don’t want it, that it is in our way, and that it would make our life so much easier without them. But how to get there?
These emotions are reminders of former experiences our mind stored. Whenever something similar is coming up our mind acts like a computer and opens the folder with the most fitting data. How we think about something is stored in our minds. The more similar events happen the more those thoughts become a pattern. Therefore it becomes a reflex when the first sign of a familiar experience shows up.
The problem is that we identify with that reflex and see it as part of ourselves instead as a memory. But like a computer, we can make updates. We can even delete former opinions or perspectives and exchange them with new ones.
What we can change cannot be part of us. Emotion is not part of us. A thought is not part of us. They are tools to make us experience a huge variety of realities. Whatever we put our minds to is real. Whatever we put our mind to we will feel. But not even our feelings are part of us since we can change them as well as a result of a changed thinking pattern.
But who am I?
I am the one who is thinking.
I am the one who is feeling.
I am the one who is changing.
I am the one who is experiencing this.
I Am! I simply am!
I am not my body but the one who lives in it.
I am not my profession but the one who practices it.
I am not my problems but the one who deals with them.
I am not my experience or my history but the one who learns from it.
I am the one that chooses to be what she wants to be, to do, to think, to say, to feel, to experience. I am a blessed divine being gifted with choices to make in order to experience a fulfilled physical lifetime.
When Moses met God at the thornbush he asked Him: “Who are you!” And God said: “I am that I am!”
I am! I am…! I am a being that was made of the same as the source it came from. When I say I am then I say the name of God. I am God since I am what I come from. Therefore when I am God how can I be something bad, negative, unworthy, or low? When I use the words I am and I put a negative statement behind it, then it doesn’t feel good, right? Like I am stupid, or I am unable. Why? Because it is a contradiction. Do you think, God would ever say I am a failure? So aren’t you.
I am always shiny, lovable, valuable, creative, fantastic, powerful, healthy, successful, and progressive… Whatever you put behind the words I am will make you what you believe. But only when you put positive statements behind those two words it will support you. Because then it is in alignment with who you are and automatically with the power source that created you. Before you say something negative just say I AM. Look into the mirror and say I AM. You will see that something gets in motion. When you say I am you connect not only with your own divine core but with divinity itself. And with God all things are possible.
Therefore, whenever you say I AM put behind what you want to be, feel, or have. Affirm it like I am whole, I am happy, I am pure health, I am compassion, I am love and you have the power to change your life.
In Love and Light!