How to Use Your “I Am”

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As we grow spiritually, we become more aware of the words we use to define ourselves. We become sensitive to the seeds we are planting in our daily lives. The words “I am” have the power to shape our lives; therefore, what follows “I am” needs to be what we are seeking to become and not a reinforcement of the negative patterning and conditions we are leaving behind. Like a glass of water which has become stagnant, it may take several pitchers of pure water to dilute the stagnation and return the water to its purest state. Positive affirmations change our lives and bring us to our purest state of being if we are willing to use them all the time and for as long as it takes.

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