As you think, so shall you be
As you think, so shall you be.
A quote that I live by.
A quote that I constantly preach.
Something that I practice, work on, and think about every day.
As you already know, I’m incredibly passionate about personal growth. spirituality, and this human experience.
Being self aware, going through life in a conscious manner, and bettering ourselves so we can better the world.
We are incredibly powerful beings. We have the ability to create anything that our heart desires.
We are capable of achieving so much.
Often times we get in our own way.
’I’m not smart enough’
’I’m too fat’
’No one will watch this/read this/listen to this’
’I can’t do it’
The last weeks I’ve been listening to, and reading more of Dr Wayne Dyers work.
I love the man.
He was (and even thought he passed away — he still is) one of the greatest teachers.
He taught me so much about my own power.
What we focus on — we bring into our lives.
What follows after the words I AM is what we create.
The last few days, before I drift off to sleep, I’ve been doing a nightly routine that he talks about.
Laying in bed and saying affirmations that start with the words I AM.
I am powerful
I am perfectly healthy
I am abundant
I am love
” Run through as large an inventory as you can of the things that you would like to define your life. Then make the shift in your imagination from an I am not or I am hoping to become to I am. You want what follows I am to be congruent with your highest self, which is God. Beginning with your inner dialogue, simply change the words that define your concept of yourself. Redefine your self-concept by choosing the words that you opt to place into your imagination. Try this rewording of your inner world as a beginning step to accessing the assistance of your higher self and fulfilling your desires.”
- Dr Wayne Dyer
It’s been so powerful, so encouraging, and I wake up with this power and excitement for life. The belief that I indeed CAN achieve all that my heart desires. That I AM all that I say I am.
We go through life saying horrible things to ourselves.
We say it SO MUCH, that we start believing it. Soon enough — it’s so ingrained in our subconscious mind, that we don’t even need to think about it. We automatically function and live by those ridiculous phrases!
Can you imagine going through life believing that you are good enough? That you are smart enough? That you are capable enough?