Chanting the “references” to God is certain way of focusing on “Him.” As you listen to this chant or listen, on a daily basis, you will start witnessing a blissful spaciousness, which will manifest into a sense of oneness with God, peace, certainty about life and protection.
Remember that I am, is the name of God. I am, comes before anything. You are, before anything else is. God is, before you are. So, chanting I am, is getting back to your God nature.
I am, is non-dual. It is pure awareness, and it stands on its own. So, it dissolves all illusion and with repetition and persistence, you let go of who you are not.
When I was a teenager, I believed that I was too skinny—which was why I didn’t have boyfriends. In my 20s when I gained weight, I came up with another belief that I attracted douche-bags because I was fat. Evidently, my beliefs kept changing according to my environment. Now I know that beliefs change and as they change, so do our experiences. Whatever we believe whether we base these beliefs on facts or visions, create our realities.
Although it also worth noting that some beliefs are so deep-rooted in our unconscious minds, and it takes more than wishful-thinking to resolve them.
However, regardless of how dark our conditioning is, there is still a part of us that no experience can ever effect. This part of us, that’s in us, doesn’t change, has no attachments, is not affected by emotions, has no birth nor death; has no color or religion: and it is not male or female. This part of us is also known as our higher-self. And once we connect to “it” we get to resolve the attachments and conditions that our human-identities have created.
In this guided meditation, I use the “Mind Movie Screen” technique to connect to Higher-self and then resolve negative beliefs, the related negative emotions, and the attachments.