The Two Most Powerful Words You Can Ever Speak
There is a benevolent hand guiding each of us in this Universe. It is constantly creating the events and forces in our lives that move us toward growth. When we examine this guiding light, we should embrace adversity and all that it can teach us. And for us to change anything adverse, we must first imagine it differently. As Wayne Dyer explains,
Everything that now exists was once imagined. So, if you want something to exist, you must first be able to imagine it.
~Dr. Wayne W. Dyer
Wayne Dyer on ‘I Am’
The two most powerful words in the English language are what God spoke to Moses in the Bible, “I am.” You are God. God is someone who is deep within each of us. It’s that tiny spark you can call on at any time. Every thought that you have is really a thought of God – we are all using this one mind. Are you staying aligned with it? Learn to think like God thinks.
In an interview with Lilou Mace on Gaiam TV, Dr. Dyer was asked about the most important things we should know.
- Who we are is not really our body at all – we are grander than this physical form
- The words I Am are the most powerful words you can speak over your life
- “When you align yourself with the mind of God, you share and attract the things that you want rather than what you don’t want.” ~ Dr. Wayne W. Dyer
Dyer helps us realize that each and every one of us can live an extraordinary life. We can manifest anything we want, as long as we do the work by honoring our inner divinity and living from our highest self.
Be still enough to tune into the awareness of what’s moving all these pieces in your life around. You have a secret garden within you where you can make something happen and overcome anything that’s happened in your life.
When these circumstances come up, don’t play the why game.
3 ways to enlightenment
Are you playing the “why me?” game? Acting like the victim in your life’s story? This is your ego at play – it never wants you to be satisfied or have the upper hand. When you are engaging in life from a place of ego, you are “Edging God Out.”
Being in the Moment
In the moment, have gratitude for all the good and also all the bad – everything that’s going on. If you’re always waiting for the perfect moment, or the better job, or the better relationship, then you are missing the present moment of now. Now is all we ever have. So what is it that’s asking to be healed in your life that you can work on beginning right this very minute?
Getting Ahead of Your Vibration
The art of manifestation is where you can get out in front of things you want and see them coming at you. This is choosing to vibrate on a disc of higher consciousness, something we all can learn to do. We have the power to choose our thoughts, moment by moment, day by day, in order to reprogram our approach to life.
When you abandon making choices, you enter the vast world of excuses.
~ Dr. Wayne W. Dyer
Make the Shift
You can make the shift. Live a God-realized life. Learn to think like God thinks. Use your hands to serve with love.
~ Dr. Wayne W. Dyer
And most importantly, “Don’t die with your music still inside you.”
We’re fortunate you gave us the music of your soul before transcending this planet. Rest in peace, Dr. Wayne Dyer.
Ram Dass and Timothy Leary; A Friendship Beyond Space and Time
Friendships can be slippery things, often dependent on a particular time and place. But in the case of cultural icons Timothy Leary and Ram Dass, their friendship, while grounded very much in the times, also reached beyond them and influenced an entire generation of seekers.
“Dying to Know” explores Leary and Ram Dass’s long and complicated relationship, from their shared passion for pushing against societal norms to their ground-breaking work in understanding consciousness, and even how we approach our own death. Their friendship was one of the most influential and important, of our times.
From Very Different Beginnings
While both men were born in Massachusetts, their childhoods were very different. Leary, an only child, stemmed from a mix of Irish backgrounds with his mother being extremely conservative and his father, a wilder, drinking, roving type. As a child, Leary loved reading, drawn to stories of adventure and heroism.
Leary’s paternal grandfather advised him to follow his own path and to be “one of a kind.” This advice led him to challenge authority. In his college years, he would leave West Point after a dismissed court-martial charge for supplying alcohol to other cadets, then taking on the persona of the provocateur.