The Prayer of I Am moves deeper into our awareness as we place our I Am Identity in the center of our creative consciousness, our imagination.
Imagination isn’t just child’s play, it’s a faculty of mind we use every day, all day. It’s the part of our mind that pictures our reality within, which in turn projects it without. It’s used to create outwardly what we believe is true inwardly.
What we imagine to be true is what we believe. What we believe in this present moment is what our mind projects outward giving form to our reflective reality. For example, we take what we’ve learned or experienced in the past and imagine a future. We imagine a future we want, and one we don’t. We imagine all kinds of things, images of our selves, and situations. Our mind is full of conflicting images and corresponding inner talk. The result…
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