When You Say “I AM …”

I AM is God's Name James Allen wrote the timeless classic, “As A Man Thinketh,” which is actually based on a quote from the Bible, “As a man thinketh in his heart so is he,” Proverbs 27:19.

Whilst many may battle with the spiritual principles on the power of thought, whether you agree with it or not,  if you want good things to manifest in your life, you have to speak wholesome things. If you want good things to manifest in your life but all you can manage to say when the chips are down are negatives …

You will have what you say, because the hidden secrets of the heart will speak out in what you say and how you act.

Some years ago, I watched a video with intrigue, a video I wouldn’t usually watch, purely because it was based on New Age concepts which I’m really not into, but my intrigue was the speaker’s message about why you should not use the words “I AM” followed by a negative statement – even a statement of fact, like, “I am hungry.”

He said that “I AM” is the name that God used when He revealed himself to Moses and not only are you not God, saying “I AM” is a state of being.

Therefore, when you say things like “I am weak” or “I’m hungry” you are literally calling yourself weak or hungry and opening yourself up to manifest what you say.

I could go on about saying things like “I’m sick,” etc, but let me just say that

the brain doesn’t know the difference between what you say and what you mean and so it interprets only what it hears.

And we were never created to say anything that we didn’t want to manifest in our lives. 

So if you don’t want to attract it, don’t “I AM” it.

Take note of the words you use and learn to use the words, “I AM” in the right way to get what you want.


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