The wisdom and beauty encapsulated in the statement “I Am That I Am” can be interpreted in many fashions. It postulates a myriad of concepts within the grammatical syntax of five words.
This statement embodies the individual as being the definer of it’s experiences. When we take a honest look within ourselves we can see that everything that bothers, offends and emotionally provokes us is our creation.
This is the Truth that we as a people must come to understand. We’ve lost our sense of empowerment; we constantly blame others for our own shortcomings. We’ve lost sight of the fact that we are the one’s who define our own experiences and without the awareness of this Truth we’ve become victims to a system that we ourselves have created. We’ve created our own prison and therefore we must be the ones whom liberate ourselves from it.
This is something that I’ve been seeing in my life much more frequently. Many times I notice myself enter into certain behavior patterns based upon various circumstances and variables. When this occur I consciously attempt to triangulate the origin of this behavioral pattern. What I find is that it is the result of fear reinforced by other artificial influences as well. There are beliefs that I hold within that are the cause of my struggles.
For example; one of my beliefs that I discovered within myself was that “I am unworthy”. This was the main seed of conflict within my consciousness and I’ve been steadily progressing on deprogramming this artificial belief with the I Am that I am archetype. Whenever I catch myself operating from the “I am unworthy” state of mind I make a active effort to dispel this un-truth with the I am That I am.
When I feel or believe I am operating from the “I am unworthy” state of being I make verbal of mental affirmations of “I am Worthy”. These affirmations help bring harmony back into my emotional and mental worlds. When I don’t make these affirmations the in-balanced state of being wears heavily upon me. Thus I’ve found it to be crucial to be aware of my emotional and mental state of being as much as possible.
Anything that proceeds I am… is what eventually you will become. So if you keep telling yourself you are unworthy; then you shall be unworthy. If you keep telling yourself I am sad; then you shall be sad. Yet the same can be used to make you happy, joyful and loving as well. It’s just as easy to believe “I am Worthy“, “I am Loved“, “I am Intelligent” and “I am Happy“.
“Awaken to the fact that your thought and feeling in the past have built—created—the inharmony of your world today. Arise! I say, Arise! and walk with the Father—the “I AM”—that you may be free from these limitations. There is only one thing in this Universe, that can surround you with limitation, and that is accepting the outer appearance, instead of the Mighty, Active Presence of God in you.” – Saint Germain
Yet in reality many people still struggle when attempting to reclaim their sense of empowerment. That’s because we’ve all created circumstances and obstacles that prevent such realizations from gracing our awareness. We’ve created Etheric Implants, Scalar Mind control, The Veil and many other technologies and techniques.
We’ve done this because on a soul level we’ve agreed to experiment with separation. When we entered this sphere we experienced spiritual amnesia; the knowledge of our origin and connection with source is veiled from our awareness so that we can experience life that is ‘seemingly’ separate from our creator.
Yet in reality this is part of the Creator’s plan for this universe. The experimentation with separation isn’t some type of accident but instead was developed and initiated by our creator. The interaction between the Creator and the Primary Anomaly is reason this universe exists.
“Basically, there is no first cause. Absolute(Creator) was not created, it always was, is and will be. Contingency(Primary Anomaly) was not created with a purpose. It was an outburst of a random function, an anomaly and those two things are logically opposite. They are two very strong but opposite forces, and the tensions between those two created the Universe.” – Cobra
By understanding the reality we’ve created it becomes much more plausible for us as individuals to liberate ourselves from the matrix we’re currently enmeshed in. Awareness of the facts and circumstances surrounding our present state of being is essential in the process of liberation. With awareness comes choices, with choices comes the ability to exercise our God given Free Will to free us from our self-imposed bondage.
Now the thing to remember is that there is a conscious field of energy that surrounds us and this world that constantly is attempting to prevent our liberation. This includes more then just the veil I’ve mentioned; but also entities called the Archons that reside mainly in the lower etheric and astral sub octaves. They feed on our misery, pain and suffering.
If you want to learn more about how they feed on our energy; read this article on David Wilcock’s website Divine Cosmos.
These beings are source of all the conflict around us and within us; yet in reality they are us in a sense. We’ve allowed them here, we believed in their lies, we are karmically tied to them because they are a part of our being. They represent an aspect of us that we even to this present day continue to suppress. It is because of this denial that we struggle from within. That lying voice that tells you your unworthy, you’ll never be happy and you’re powerless is the Archons; which by proxy is us.
Yet it is not our totality it only represents a single thought-stream that is our true self. Think of the Archons in terms of the reincarnation cycle. We’ve been, are being and will be many individuals throughout the course of our exploration of this reality. There are many coordinates(thought-streams) within the time-space continuum where we’ve embodied forms; many would refer to these as past, present or future lives.
The Archons could be equated as being one set of coordinates(thought-stream) where we chose to embody a certain form for purposes of exploration and creativity. Yet they only represent one coordinate; they don’t represent the totality of all embodiments we’ve assumed.
We must use the power of the I am that I am to incorporate all aspects of our being back into unity with the Source. The archons are illusionary mirrors of ourselves; when we recognize ourselves through them we see our own reflection; this shatters the illusion of separation and allows us to relinquish that which never was. They never were separate from us; we never stopped being them; because we were them and by choosing accept this fact and initiate the power of the I am Presence we can choose to reintegrate this aspect of our being with the Source.
I am that I am is crucial in this endeavor. By proclaiming “I am Acceptance”, “I am the Source” and “I am Love” we disempower this archonic influence. Every positive proclamation with the I am presence brings harmony into our lives; which results in the disintegration of the illusionary archonic matrix.
The I am that I am can help us to better understand this reality and our place in it. The above statement made by Nisargadatta Maharaj helps us to realize we are everything and that there is only unity. I am everything; yet I am nothing as well.
This can be understood with the statement e pluribus unum which means “out of many; one”. There are no things; there is only the One. If we think ourselves as individuals then we fail to see that we’re billions of cells making up this individual; but then the cells are merely energy vibrating at a certain frequency which creates form. In the end though; I am no-thing(I am not seperate); I am Energy(I am Everything). I am energy manifested from the No-thing.
“By returning to zero expectations, by accepting that I am nothing, it is easier to see the truth. Fear, jealousy, insecurity, unfairness, embarrassment — these feelings cloud our ability to see what is. The truth is often threatening, and once our defenses are up, it’s difficult to be completely honest with anyone, even ourselves. But when I am nothing, when I have no image or identity or ego to protect, I can begin to see and accept things as they really are. That is the beginning of positive change, because we cannot change what we do not accept and do not understand. But with understanding, we can finally see the difference between fixing problems, and hiding them, the difference between genuine improvement, and faking it. We discover that many of our weaknesses are actually strengths once we learn how to use them, and that our greatest gifts are often buried beneath our greatest insecurities.” – Paul Buchneit
When we let go of all the attachments we’ve come to claim as our identity a new sense of freedom is realized. All the various false beliefs we’ve incorporated into our consciousness lose all sense of power and influence in our lives. We no longer attempt to hide that which is within. The perception of our own limitations and weaknesses melt away in the sea of grand nothingness. For once we are nothing; there no-thing that can make us feel like any-thing; because some-thing cannot exist in a space of nothing.
There are many qualities that modern society has labeled as weaknesses. Yet in reality these very same qualities are assets in disguise. The only reason we perceive them as weaknesses because we’ve come to believe something. Yet since we are definers of our experiences and beliefs; we can consciously choose to perceive these limitations as strengths. That’s the power we have; no matter what happens to us; no matter what we believe; we have the capacity to choose how we react to something or change our beliefs.
So in the End; The I am that I am is the defining attribute that we as a people can utilize to better our lives and by doing so we enrich all of humanity as well. So I ask you this; What I am is governing your life?