June 29th, 2018, by Bob Jackiewicz
There’s more to me that meets the eye [or any of the physical senses].
So, where’s my focus? What’s that perceived relationship I hold about “me” and the external world?
An intentional shift in awareness reflected by the application and use of the personal pronoun “I” is what I’m exploring.
I’ve been intuiting lately that, to be present in the higher realms, shifting to the more expanded perceptual concept of “I Am” from the more probable usage of the personal pronoun “I”, is indispensable.
A personal perception automatically and instinctually grounded in a natural, heartfelt reference of the Self as the “I Am”, rather than the limited, small-self “I”, would indicate a move into higher vibrational densities, away from the lower third and fourth.
When reality is predominantly perceived through the eyes of the “I Am”, the transition from third to higher frequencies will be complete.
When I turn my attention to the limited application the personal pronoun “I” and expand into it in a way that credits the non-physical “me”, I can glimpse how that expanded spiritual “I Am” expresses.
The personal pronoun “I” has a tendency, depending on feelings that stem from the judgement of circumstance, to be critical or self-deprecating, rarely supportive and uplifting.
We’re taught to be critical of external circumstance. It’s a deeply embedded survival tactic based on the perception that the external world can be life-threatening.
Getting in touch with the “I Am” perception removes that threat.
The “I Am” that represents the “All That Is”, the Infinite One, does not judge, period.
The following can be found in the I Am Discourses, by St. Germain:
“The natural tendency of Life is Love, Peace, Beauty, Harmony, and Opulence, for Life cares not who uses It, but is constantly surging to pour more of Its Perfection into manifestation, always with that lifting process which is ever inherent within Itself. .
“‘I Am’ is the full activity of God… The student endeavoring to understand and apply these mighty, yet simple Laws, must stand guard more strictly over his thought and expressions…for every time you say “I Am not,” “I cannot,” “I have not,” you are, whether knowingly or unknowingly, throttling that “Great Presence” within you.” 
Here, St. Germain points to the powerful relationship that exists with the use of the personal pronoun whether used intentionally or accidentally.
The Law of Attraction surfaces here. Like-energies drawing like-energies unto themselves.
When I describe circumstances using tags and labels that reflect learned emotional experiences I energize them using emotional identifiers that I react to or respond to accordingly.
Looking through the eyes of the small “I” predicates one’s energy grid attracting to it whatever is declared, be it judgments, criticisms, denials or accolades.
Looking through the eyes of the expanded “I Am” that holds no judgement engenders an energy grid that yields Love.
St. Germain hints that by “endeavoring to understand and apply these mighty, yet simple Laws” I can make positive, intentional and creative assertions to influence my energy grid more effectively.
More “mighty, yet simple Laws” point to the 13 Universal Laws and other universal principles.
A clearer understanding of how to use the power of intention to explore the application of these laws to energy grids is a worthy enterprise.
A deeper appreciation of the universal principles As Above, So Below, and As Within, So Without comes into view, too.
The manner in which I think of myself, the stories I tell, the self-talk I use, can arouse charged responses that come from core beliefs.
Core beliefs are bandwidths of energy.
What am I energetically creating with my thoughts, self-talk or the language I use to describe events, circumstances and people?
How do I want to feel?
What do I want to deliberately create?
What’s my intent?
Where’s my focus? Is it within or without? Does it incorporate the perception of the “I” or the “I Am?”
Again, circumstances in and of themselves are neutral.
So, what kind of energy am I infusing those circumstances with by the method I use to discern? What am I attracting to my energy grid? What am I constructing?
The “I Am” perception is found in the present moment.
Focus on the present moment effectively locates the internal “I Am.” It is misaligned when its bearing is anywhere else.
The present moment is where our awareness will primarily reside when the lower third and fourth densities dissolve.
Present moment focus is found in higher vibrational densities where the “I Am” resides and where creative intent is deliberate, not accidental.
Turning attention away from the misunderstanding that circumstance is truth-bearing is essential. It will also dissolve the victim mentality that perpetuates the need to scrutinize the external illusory world.
 The “I Am” Discourses: St. Germain Series, Vol. 3, Saint Germain Foundation, Saint Germain Press, 2012 Printing [p.2]
 Ibid. [p.3]
More posts by Bob Jackiewicz:
- The Beginning of Forgiveness
- Heeding the Call
- The Two Wolves Parable
- Working With the Breath
- Going Inwards
- Feeling into It
- Breathing into the Heart Zone
Thank you, Bob