I was recently having a conversation with one of our sisters from our sisterhood who is facing a tough time in her life. As we spoke of all that was happening in her life she said, “I am devastated emotionally and financially.” As she said the words they were charged with lots of negative emotion and they vibrated with negative energy.
The words “I am” are the most powerful creation words you can use. When there is a positive statement behind the words “I am” they are a great affirmation and amazingly powerful in creating a positive experience. On the other hand when the statement behind the words “I am” is not positive, they are amazingly powerful in creating a negative experience.
You are always creating, either consciously or unconsciously. There is always amazing power in the words “I am”, whether they are used consciously or unconsciously.
When our sister said “I am devastated emotionally and financially” she sent a creation request out into the Universe. The fact that our sister is facing a tough time is real and the emotions and her financial situation are real. “I am” declares that she is what she is experiencing. Nothing could be further from the truth. Our sister is an amazing woman who happens to be facing a tough time right now. She is having an experience and that experience does not change who she is. By declaring “I am devastated emotionally and financially” she is declaring that she is the experience. Our sister has the power to choose how she is going to express the experience.
What if instead of “I am devastated emotionally and financially” our sister consciously rewrote her words to “I am having an experience that causes emotional and financial challenges” or “I have emotional and financial challenges happening to me.” Our sister could even reword her statement to “I am an amazing woman who is facing an emotional and financial challenge.” Our sister can deal with the experience she is having and what is happening in her life while separating the experience from a declaration of who she is in the experience.
Can you feel the difference in the “I am” declaration and the words that describe an experience? There is great power in separating who you are from the experience you are having. Be conscious of the word you are putting behind “I am”. Know that the words you use are a declaration of who you are and that you are not the experience you are having.
Are you consciously using the words “I am” to create your reality? When have you consciously separated who you are from the experience you are having? Share your thoughts and feelings with our sisterhood. We all learn and grow together when we share!