The truth never lies; that’s why it’s called the truth. It’s supremely honest, and delivers to you what it has promised. The truth shall set you free or lock you tight in a prison cell, depending on what you do with it. Will you use the truth to create heaven or a living hell for yourself?
“I AM a rich man, a poor man, a beggar man, a thief.” All of these statements are true. However, you can fashion yourself to be whatever I AM that you feel is right for you. Let no one make that decision for you!
If you choose “I AM a rich man,” the world gives you a very different scene than what “I AM a poor man” attracts. When confused about the best course for your life, know that it always comes down to the I AM that you assume yourself to be. Always!
What you are, essentially, is a faceless, formless awareness of unlimitedness. And, that is a touch of Godliness. It means you have the capacity to assume yourself to be whatever I AM tickles your fancy. There is no power out there in the world that can stop you from being the I AM that most enamors you.
“All things, when they are admitted, are made manifest by the light.” When you shine the light of your consciousness on a concept of self that feels right – you conjure up the might to make any dream come true.
Don’t take this message lightly. Your world is always unfolding to support the I AM that you assume yourself to be. Every incident, every event that occurs in your life, be it large and small, is a reflection of ME, ME, ME … the I AM that you assume yourself to be.
Begin right now to grasp the enormously important idea called IDENTIFICATION. There is nothing you can do that is more important than IDENTIFY with an I AM that supports you with your grandest aspiration. It’s a huge blunder to assume that you are less than a rich man in any area of life – rich with love, rich with friends, rich with money, rich with health.
Let your mind admit only the high and noble WHEN you hear yourself saying “I AM.” What will be the self-definition that will set you free to say with glee, “I AM a rich man; indeed, that is me.”