A few months ago, I wrote about the power of, “I AM” statements. In that post, I suggested you use “I AM…” statements to help you powerfully manifest the life of your dreams. In the eyes of The Universe, “I am” statements are statements of fact. Whatever you say you are is what you are, as far as The Universe is concerned. As a result, consciously making empowering, “I AM” statements can help shape and define your life.
The great thing about “I am” statements is you can use them to help improve your relationships with the people around you. When you say things like, “We are…” or “They are…” you also call into existence more of the corresponding qualities.
For example, if you are talking about your coworkers and you say, “WE ARE a terrific team!” You create an even better and more cohesive team. Or in relation to your spouse, “He/She IS loving and supportive”, you are guaranteed to create even more love and support.
Remember, these types of statements do not need to be true NOW, they simply need to be positive beliefs you choose to manifest,
To be clear, “They are”, “He/she is”, or “We are” statements are not about changing other people. We have no power to manifest or force change on others nor should we try. Instead, these types of statements reframe our views or beliefs about the relationship with these individuals. As you begin to react differently and more positively to the relationship the other person/people may also begin to react in a more positive way. Or they may not. Either way you will be in a better frame of mind and your inner peace and positivity are all that matter when it comes to achieving your dreams.
“Is/Are” statements are not an end all cure all. If your boss acts like a jerk or your spouse is abusive, using “Is/Are” statements most likely will not miraculously make the situation better, but they may help you manifest a space for yourself that makes your life tolerable until you can create a plan to move on.
Now that you are aware of the power of, “IS/ARE” statements, think about some of the relationships your would like to reinforce or improve and then write down a few statements to support what you want to create.
Feel free to share your statements below to help inspire and motivate other readers.
Until next time: