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Understand Who You Are

Published on 12/9/2018
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Do You Understand Who You Are?

When I was in- my teens, my self-esteem (or self-image) was horribly low.  I think it was almost by accident or perhaps someone may have recommended it, but I came across a book called "I'm OK, You're OK".  In a nutshell, that book had some advice for those looking to improve their self-esteem.  It basically recommended that, when you get up in the morning, you look yourself square in the eyes in the bathroom mirror, and you say to yourself "I'm OK".  It also said that doing so would feel really weird.

Anyway, I really didn't think I had much choice because I felt so bad about myself.  I also felt like I had nothing to lose.  So I got up out of bed the next morning and I did what the book recommended.  I looked myself square in the eyes in the bathroom mirror and I said "I'm OK".  They were right.  It felt weird all right!  But I kept it up and, lo and behold, in a very short period of time, probably a month or two, I began to feel better about myself.

This simple technique represents a little secret about affirmations and that is that, if you say something out loud, and often enough, the idea represented by your words, gets down into your subconscious mind and you begin to believe in that idea.  After all, your subconscious mind is like a computer's hard drive.  It will act upon the software that is installed.

That book changed my life and set me out on a journey of self-improvement that would last decades.  Today, I follow people like Justin Perry, Esther Hicks, the late, great Wayne Dyer, Dr. Joe Dispenza, Dr. Bruce Lipton, Gregg Braden, Joel Osteen, the late, great Rev. Ike and others.  I now know that what you think about yourself determines your possibilities in life.  That is the message behind this article.  

Dr. Joe Dispenza teaches has told us about the power within.  Let's ask ourselves a question.  Do you think about your next breath?  Of course none of us consciously thinks about taking our next breath.  Do you think about your heart beating?  Once again the answer is no but the reality is that the heart pumps about 200 gallons of blood every hour and, over the course of a lifetime, a couple of billion gallons.  Do you think about a process like peristalsis?  That is the process that automatically keeps food moving through the gastro-intestinal tract.  None of us ever gives any conscious effort to that either.  And what about digestion?  Do we ever consciously think about our enzymes digesting the vitamins, minerals and other nutrients that keep us healthy?  Of course not.  And finally, we are told that there are a couple trillion cells in the human body.  Each one of those cells undergoes 100,000 chemical reactions every second.  Do we ever think about this.  The answer is no.  These are all automatic processes.  But then the question becomes...what drives all of this?  Very simply stated, it is the same power that raised Christ from the dead.  It is the same power that created the universe.  It is infinite intelligence and it exists within each and every one of us!  This is why the wisdom of the ages tells us that we can do anything.  Nothing is impossible.  The power to accomplish our dreams lies within. 

But, you must first understand this message and embrace it.  You are, as Esther Hicks puts it, an extension of pure positive energy.  As Joel Osteen puts it, you are a child of the Most High God.  As Rev. Ike used to put it, pray to the "God in You".  When you begin to understand who you truly are, you can then understand what you are capable of.  Once you get to that point, you will then understand the words in Matthew 13:33, 17:20...'If you have faith as small as a mustard seed, nothing will be impossible for you'. 

 

 

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