The stress and strains of our always-connected lives can sometimes take us off course. GPS For The Soul can help you find your way back to balance.
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I am pleased to offer you the opportunity to meditate to the same divine sounds that I use every single day of my life. I discovered these sensational sounds while doing research for my book Wishes Fulfilled, which places a strong emphasis on the significance of the words "I am that I am." These are the words written in the spiritual literature of the Torah, which is the first five books of the Old Testament, in which God tells Moses, "This is my name forever. A name by which I shall be known for all future generations. I am that I am."
The first time I meditated to these sounds, I was hooked. This has been called the most powerful meditation tool in the history of the world. This is how I use it every day. I encourage you to become open to the idea that these sounds when accompanied by your own "I AM" mantra can and will provide you with the ability to live a wishes fulfilled life. The two words "I AM" are the name of God. Thus, when you use these words I encourage you to keep in mind, this is your own name as well. I urge you to be mindful of what you say to yourself when you use the name of God. "I AM" should always have that which is aligned with God in the same sentence. Here's how I use these powerful frequencies in my daily meditation practice. Think of the five words -- "I am that I am." In your mind, place a comma after the word "that." Let "that" represent for you what you would like to manifest, or become as a person. I can't stress this enough -- write down on paper precisely what that represents for you. Whatever constitutes your wish, write it down and in your mind, call it "that." For example, "that" could mean your perfect health or abundance or a specific job or a happy, loving partnership. Write it down and be specific. And as you close your eyes in meditation, let your inner mantra be "I am that." For example, "I am perfect health," "I am abundance," "I am in possession of the job I seek."
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