Have you ever wondered, “Why Me?”
I love this question!
Why, is the easiest question to answer!
YOU Assumed something to be true and believed it 100%.
It’s called “The Law of Assumption.” This law is true 100% of the time, not 99% or 79% of the time. Yes, you read correctly 100% of the time.
Let me simplify this for you.
Assuming you have already enjoyed a wonderful evening out with your loved one, partner, significant other, etc and you feel this relief deep within yourself, in your heart, soul, deep down in your bones that your experience on a date is going to be absolutely magical and filled with love, kisses, meals are spot on. . . Guess what!?! A moment filled with such bliss MUST be experienced!
This is all because you assumed something to be true from within.
Assuming you get sick when someone sneezes in your mouth as you yawn in the elevator. You feel this relief deep within yourself, in your heart, soul, deep down in your bones that you are going to experience sickness. Guess what!?! . . . That reaction to knowing you are going to be sick due to this sneeze MUST land you . . . SICK!
There are many other details I could discuss and this post could go on and on. Take a moment to absorb this.
Let‘s do one more, you’re a parent and just know your kid is amazing on the swim team. You already feel deep within yourself, in your heart, soul or deep down into your bones, down onto your core you’re a proud Mama/Papa, Auntie/Unk-Unk, Grammy/Pappy etc and your heart is already smiling at this knowing . . Guess What?!? A moment as a proud Mama/Papa, Auntie/Unk-Unk, Grammy/Pappy etc filled with such bliss MUST be physically experienced!
The experience you experience in all the above examples is much deeper embedded in you than this post relays. This “Knowing” is the Awareness of “I am.”
In moments of accomplishment, distress, excitement, or disappointment, people tend to give credit to others. This is not how it works. There is only ONE Cause of everything and that Cause is “I am.” Go ahead and take the credit for all the moments.
Remember, you came here to experience what you came to experience. None is good or bad. It all “just is” because you assumed something to be true. In the end we all will experience this awakening.
We must forget who we are as God to remember again who “I am as God.”
Let’s assume differently than just a moment ago.