The words “I Am” are potent; be careful what you hitch them to. The thing you’re claiming has a way of reaching back and claiming you.
- A L Kitselman
Up there in the uppermost of the upper planes, we are infinite, expansive, never-ending. We are all and we are one. In fact, there are no words to express what we are, because words within themselves place meaning and walls around us. The moment you place a wall around anything, you start to contain it and shape it.
And so we came and took shape on this earth plane to see what its like to have form. To take on a persona. Like an actor fully slipping into character. Except we’ve forgotten that our words are just lines on a script. We’re on a stage in a play acting in a role we chose before we were born. But it is called “play” for a reason. Cos its meant to be great fun, lovelies!
When people ask you who are you, what you think you are and what you say you are have a funny way of becoming your reality. That’s the universal law of energy. Words and thoughts are energy. The moment you label yourself with certain points of reference such as “I am my inherited genes” or “I took after my father’s side”, they become real. You’ve built your container. Are you sure you agree with the label on that container? The instant you start to own the label, you morph into it.
But the great news is you can reinvent yourself anytime. You can do it every morning, if you like. You don’t have to settle with who you thought you were yesterday. You don’t have to agree with who others insist you are…unless of course, you like that person.
This earth plane is a place where we agreed to don a sparkly cape so that we can uniquely stand out from the next person. That twinkly sparkly cape is our name, our personality, our mood, our thoughts, our choices, our lifestyle…even the colour of our hair. The combination of things making up this persona who is singularly you.
So if you wish to redesign your life, start using different words, different moods, different colours. Start redefining who you want to be tomorrow. Most importantly, go wild, have fun. Like I said, this life is one big play.