A new look at ancient words.
I am that I am.
A phrase we were studying in a class I teach. Last evening a student mentioned that the Hebrew of this simple statement means:
I am the One who Is;
I am the one who will be;
I am the one I am Becoming.
I love this so much.
I’ve been focusing with my clients and students on the Biggest, Boldest, most Brilliant Becomingness of who you are. Along side of there is nothing broken; nothing wrong nothing to be fixed in you or the world. It creates a dynamic paradox. Can you feel it?
I am who I am and there is nothing wrong with who I am. I am ever evolving into my biggest, boldest most brilliant becomingness. Right now.
Who are you right now? How do you define yourself? Is it through your wounds or the places you think you are broken? Or is it in your brilliance?
Who are you willing to Be? Who are you Becoming? Can you claim it? Can you own it, embrace it and ultimately embody it?
It’s so super simple – and often not easy, especially without the right support and facilitation. If there is something in you that you are ready to let go of – unworthiness, guilt, a pattern that keeps you stuck, would you consider transcending it?
In this same class – there is something we are all striving for and it is readily available right now. Each week we touch it. Some students immediately get it and are transformed. Others fall back into the belief that it takes time. What if it does? What if it doesn’t take any time at all?
Curious? Intrigued? Ready?