Updated: Oct 6, 2018
I believe that the most powerful insight you will ever gain in your spiritual journey is the power of I AM! When you say, 'I AM,' you are declaring yourself to be, first person, and present tense; not in the future. Furthermore, whatever you say afterward you create in your world. If you say I AM HAPPINESS, then life will provide you the means to have happiness. If you say I AM healthy, then the result will be health. The key is to replace negative affirmations with positive, I AM affirmations. To have positive events in your life you need to think and speak positively. Yes, you can live your dream through the power of I AM affirmations.
Every day, we’re bombarded with all types of negative messages. It doesn’t matter who you are...
These negative messages come through the media, through social interactions, and through our surroundings in general. This is harmful to our minds in the long run, because these negative messages inhibit us from true fulfillment and from being our true self. These negative messages often turn into limiting beliefs which hold us back from our goals, hopes, dreams. They can even cause unnecessary stress, anxiety, or mood swings. In short - limiting beliefs impose more and more unwanted limitations on our daily lives.
Positive, I AM Affirmations helps you bypass the negative mindset and shift towards positivity and optimism. Because what you attract into your life is highly dependent on what you think and talk about most of the time, as well as what kind of beliefs you hold inside your own mind. So positivity attracts more positive outcomes and experiences, while negativity attracts more of the contrary.
Every thought you think and every word you say is an affirmation. Your thoughts and words are declarations of who you think you are and how you perceive the world to be. So, every time you think a negative thought or make a self deprecating comment you are actually affirming that as your personal truth.
That’s because your subconscious mind can’t tell the difference between what you think or tell it, or what’s actually occurred. It accepts our commands as reality.
For example, if you say to yourself: “I cooked a horrible dinner and everyone hated it.” Your subconscious mind accepts this as truth, even if you didn’t get any negative feedback that would validate this self-deprecating statement!
· I am changing my thoughts, images, and behaviors to produce better outcomes.
· I am acting in alignment with my true life purpose, and all my actions are automatically serving others.
· I am enjoying my life’s marvelous journey I know where I am and where I want to be.
The words I AM are the two most powerful words you can ever speak! I AM!