Dec 7 2015
The key is to stop identifying yourself when you think, speak or act as ‘me’. Me denotes a separate sense of self. Me is separate to you, or them, or her, or him. Me denotes a separate sense of personality. Me is a small, insignificant state of being. Me is all about the doing and the having.
The more you identify with ‘I’ which naturally follows with ‘am’, you affirm your I am-ness. Your one-ness, eternality and invincibility. I am all that is. I am consciousness in expression. I am God in action. Affirming I am in your thoughts, speech and actions elevates you above and beyond your trapped me-ness. Affirming I am frees you to experience more, to be more.