The Power of “I AM”

The Power of “I AM”

When I say “I Am,” I am affirming to the universe, my subconscious mind, my soul, and the cells of my physical and vibrational bodies what I believe about myself. They will all believe what I believe and act on that, giving me more to support my beliefs. [via psychological imperative, the Law of Attraction, The Law of Resonance, and the Law of Vibration]

Beliefs are either empowering or limiting.

Therefore, our beliefs make us either confident or afraid.  

 

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Help Is Just An Email Away

Help Is Just An Email Away

Until Monday 8-31-2015, I will be running a trial offer of email services to those who are interested in working with me but for whom my current service delivery model does not work for whatever reason.

I want no barriers between wanting help and getting it!

You can work with Rev. Michele from Anywhere In The World!

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Are You Sabotaging Your Relationships?

Are You Sabotaging Your Relationships?

We don’t have to do anything to ruin our relationships beyond believing we are not worthy of love. This belief will control our behavior and continue to sabotage our relationships, unless and until we believe we are worthy of love and all the good life has to offer.

 

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7 Ready Responses You Can Use To Maintain Your Center of Peace and Love

7 Ready Responses You Can Use To Maintain Your Center of Peace and Love

While working in special education, I had the wonderful opportunity to teach social skills and behavioral self-management through role playing (practicing) scenarios designed to challenge the issues each student was working on improving.

Teaching these skills, alerted me to the fact that most of us weren’t taught productive coping strategies, (at least not directly or necessarily productively.) Here is one that can help in a multitude of situations.

 

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A Centering Affirmation, Vibration Amplifier and Energy Booster for Teachers

A Centering Affirmation, Vibration Amplifier and Energy Booster for Teachers

Gratitude To and Reminder for All the Teachers Going Back To School:

You Are the Stewards of Our Future Generation.

Remind yourself  WHY YOU TEACH!

This is also applicable for parents, child-care workers, babysitters, and anyone else who plays a major role in the life and development of a child or children!

These are all jobs requiring conscious intention and attention!  

 

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Books That Changed My Beliefs: Peace Is Every Breath by Thich Nhat Hanh

Books That Changed My Beliefs: Peace Is Every Breath by Thich Nhat Hanh

I haven’t written about meditation before because up until now I believed that I couldn’t meditate (in the traditional way I’ve read about). I have mastered silence in my mind and being silent, but I haven’t mastered ‘being still.’ For this reason, I worked on it, like I worked on trying to develop my visualization skills, but neither have materialized!

But just as I learned that my gratitudes were prayers, now through this book, I have learned that they are also meditations, and so is conscious breathing without sitting still.

So, if you’re like me and can’t meditate in a traditional way, then this book is for you. The medical, mental, psychological, spiritual, and vibrational benefits of meditation have been well documented, even among the western medical community. It has healed illnesses and disease, isn’t it worth another try?

 

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Invalidating the MOST Destructive Belief-(“I’m Not Good Enough”) With Logic

Invalidating the MOST Destructive Belief-(“I’m Not Good Enough”) With Logic

I’m not good enough!

We already discussed how this belief may have occurred. Now let’s challenge it’s validity; it’s truth! Let’s tear down the walls this belief has bulit around you to keep people out!

I’m not good enough for what?

And

Who Says So?

If you’re lacking confidence and have low self-esteem, like I was, it is likely you’re holding this belief. Here is what I have learned.

  1. In some cases, people may have said things to us that lead us to believe this. But in most cases, it is something we came up with on our own. It is something we came to believe because we compared ourselves to other people: to the way they looked or to what they had or who they had.
  2. In cases of abuse, neglect and abandonment, it wasn’t you. Thebeliefs created are false and a result of assuming our treatment was a reflectionof our worth. You didn’t deserve the treatment you received and you didn’t cause it. You were dealing with someone who was damaged and/or something that had nothing to do with who you were.
  3. In other cases, we interpreted how people treated us as proof that we weren’t good enough. But:
    • Because we teach other people how to treat us by the example of how we treat ourselves, it is our lack of self-respect, self-esteem and self-love that basically gives other people permission to treat us as badly as we treat ourselves.
    • When we allow others to treat us in a disrespectful manner, it gives them permission to continue to do so. We’re responsible for the boundaries we allow and for the treatment we’re willing to accept, from ourselves and others.

When we carry this belief, we don’t have and don’t demonstrate self-respect or self-love, which people see, and follow our lead.

It is important that you understand that:

  • Everyone is doing the best they have with the tools, knowledge and presence of mind they have at any given moment will help you understand that oftentimes, the treatment you received had nothing to do with you.
  • Pain can cause you to misinterpret the behavior of others.

Know that this belief is harming you, your relationships and your potential success in life. Know that this belief is a false assumption you told yourself and turned into a belief as a result of your experiences: to make sense of your negative experiences. Why else would all this crap happen to me if it wasn’t because I deserved it; because I’m just not good enough? (See below.)

About Beliefs

We all have beliefs; some of them we’re aware of and others we aren’t. We learned many of our beliefs about ourselves by how we were treated and how others reacted to us. Some things were trained to believe, while others you may have inherited by force, adopted by default or chosen to fit in.

Regardless of whether we know about them or not, they have a major impact on how our lives take shape and run. They affect us either positively or negatively. The good news is we can choose our beliefs!

By becoming aware of all our beliefs and deciding which ones help us and which ones hider or hurt us, we can change the course of our lives. We can let go of those that don’t serve us; ones that may have served a purpose earlier in our lives to keep us safe, and ones that were never helpful in the first place.

 

May you perceive and receive all your blessings.

With Much Love,

Rev. Michele

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