I Am That I Am
Have you wondered what these words, together, actually mean?
Well I have and there was one time, many years ago, that I actually thought “Yes I got it!”…but the thought was fleeting, vanished, gone, poof — never to be connected with again.
Then a conversation a few years ago with my cousin Lyn had her say I watched a movie you and the kids will love, I’ll send it to you. True to her word she did. I was going through my papers and some small boxes in my office the other day — it seems like I’m always going through a box (LOL) — that, I once again came across her gift, a movie by James F. Twyman, called The Moses Code*. This movie transformed those words for me, literally overnight, changed it all. Now I’m constantly connected to these words – plugged in actually!
The Moses Code enabled my understanding of psychology to take on a new edge. I saw my life in a different way, I saw my kids in a different way, my role here at Vital Practice Essentials, our practice, my husband…okay everything…took on new meaning. And what they did in the movie was simple…yes simple!
Sometimes Our Biggest Quantum Leaps Are The Smallest And Simplest Moves…
And this was one of those times where all the stars aligned, I was looking for a different way to view certain situations in my life and kaboom there it was…right in front of me in this movie.
Now you might be wondering why I have the image of the finger pointing out towards what might feel like you!
But there is a reason…
When we point the finger forward there are always three pointing back at our self (and I can safely say always in this instance…go ahead and attempt to point a finger without rounding the others in to a degree, cannot be done!). But we usually associate a pointed finger with a scolding of some sort so in this instance when there is a finger pointed forward there are three pointing back right at us implying the blame lays with us.
Interestingly what James did in The Moses Code was take these words, in combination, and place a comma and a pause in the middle. So now the words read like this “I am that — comma — pause – I am”. Here the movie suggests that if you see it in someone else (blame included!) then you too have it, are doing it, can do it, are capable of it.
A simple comma and a pause can change a sentence and bring a whole new meaning to how we see life, approach our life, our kids, partners…well everything!
I trust if you have seen it that you found it awesome and shared it with your kids too. Either way once you see the way I am that, I am is written in The Moses Code there will be no turning back! I too highly recommend, if you have not seen the movie, to do so.
As always thanks for reading!
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