I am that I am Dr Wayne Dyer

I am super excited at the changes I feel in my life using the “I am that I am” affirmation by Dr. Wayne Dyer.  I’m reading Wishes Fulfilled by Dyer, and finding it a very satisfying read.  Most importantly, I am trying to feel within my body the true feelings that come with “I am that I am.”

Where this phrase comes from is the Bible, but how many others have written about it afterwards, who knows?  I just know that the way Dr. Dyer explains anything makes the material easy and fun to learn and use.  He says that when we say, “I am that I am,” it means that since we came from God, we are a part of God, and therefore, we can conjure and create anything we want.  As in, “all things are possible with God.”

Maybe you can relate, as when I was young and ready to take on the world, my confidence came from God, but I attributed it to good situations in my life (like going to college and getting a good job)…so when the good situations changed…I lost my confidence!

I now have built the foundation again so that my confidence comes from knowing who I am…the “I am that I am” concept being a big part of it, so that nothing outside of me (external) can shake my confidence now.  I love getting older, and since today is my birthday, I thought I’d be thankful for this blessing that has entered my life at exactly the right time so that I can think on it and nurture it into the next years.  I am so much happier because of this idea that I don’t even have words for it.

Once I understood this concept that I really am the same material as God, I have gone on to use especially meaningful positive affirmations using the “I am” concept…

I am strong. I am perfect.  I am unique.  I am creative.  I am inspired.  I am abundant.  I am free.  I am love.  I am flexible.

I am whatever I decide to be, and I can change.  I am kind.  I am generous.  I am in service.  I am fun.  I am complete.  I am satisfied.  I am eager.  I am enthusiastic.  I am vitality.  I am energy.  I am empowered.  I am passionate.  I am sincere. I am beautiful.

And so the list can go on and on, and maybe you will find some you like and use them in your own life and really feel who you are.  If you have something you’d like to change, you can remind yourself who you are as well, and think only on these affirmations.  This is who you are (rather than the doubts, fears, or worries you have)…and the naysayers are always wrong, but sometimes they point us in the right direction…to who we want to be…:)

Please lmk how you like these powerful affirmations.  I am always seeing you as your highest self.

Much love from Jen C.

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You Can’t Jump From Anger to Happy

Changing your vibration takes some time, and you can’t jump from anger to happy easily.  Have you noticed this already?  It’s true!

If you are angry, you slowly move up the emotional scale…you go from anger to resentment maybe, or anger to frustration. And then, from there, you might move into a more positive state.  You can ask for relief from where you are at to move up the scale more easily and quickly.  Or just get into a different vibe by changing the topic.

Dropping the issue is so effective, because you release your resistance to it.  If you had an argument with your spouse, it has the potential to eat you up all day.  Or you can find one of a few ways that work for you to let it go.  Let’s think about what works best for the most people.

I already mentioned two, getting relief, and changing the subject.  I also find that getting some exercise really helps, because my body is happy and active AND the subject is changed simultaneously.  And, finding appreciation in all of the things that you do love about this spouse, or any other topic you love.

What works best for you to release your anger and get back to being happy?

Much love!

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