Invoking Universal Law and using I Am statements is a very quick way to eliminate the old thought patterns not of love, to come to balance within, therefore without.
We’ve been told through channeled messages, especially Sanat Kumara’s and Archangel Michael’s, there is no control in the higher realms.
But what does that mean?
Looking at my issues I found I said, “I don’t care” a lot.
Then as I became more conscious of it — and how often I said it — I began to see it connected to the guilt I would use to control my self.
I found I used the guilt I felt from past challenging situations to control my self, to put my self down over and over, and that same guilt was connected to creating my reality without.
There is no guilt in the higher realms
therefore there is no control.
Here’s what I was doing:
From a very uncomfortable teenage experience, I told my self, “I don’t care. I just don’t care anymore. I’m not going to continue on with post secondary education. I’m going to be a model.”
From there “I don’t care” helped create a series of life experiences culminating in one that made me literally stop and say, “What the heck has happened?!” I was black and blue looking into a police camera, being photographed for what later became a court date.
That life-changing experience was the switch that began my awakening.
I started listening to guided meditations, searching for answers. . . but the “I don’t care” thought pattern continued. . .
Now, with greater understanding and knowing, I transform the old ways.
When I hear my self saying small phrases not of love, created from life’s challenges, I’m much more conscious.
I like to invoke Sanat Kumara and Universal Law immediately.
Here’s an example for “I don’t care.”:
I invoke Sanat Kumara,
the Universal Laws of Change,
Transmutation, and Elimination for the
thought pattern, “I don’t care,” also for my anger.
I have found the Law of Change anchors in my knowing that my spark I was birthed with never changes — that I Am a Reflection of the Mother/Father One, Infinitely and Eternally — but I can change, transform anything not of love as fast as I’d like, in awe and gratitude, knowing the magic of our Divinity, my Love and worth.
The Law of Transmutation reminds me I Am Purity, able to transmute anything not of love back to original purity, to Love, to compassion for self.
The Law of Elimination is the knowing I Am Forgiveness of everything I have created.
Invoking Universal Law, the Divine steps in to help us understand through our heart listening, our meditation time.
Being consistent with meditation is key — same time, same chair everyday — with a notebook to jot down the insights and write I Am statements.
When we work with I Am statements, we are in our Now
where we remember Who We Truly Are, and that is purity.
We have innate ability to forgive our selves for everything, to be compassion, that watchful observer who can hold the highest vision for self, and be in gratitude for all our life experiences.
Anchoring in the Mother’s Understanding, I Am Loving and Worthy, and the Father’s Knowing, the I Am — the forgiveness, compassion and gratitude, the peace, Love and joy — we balance in our heart consciousness.
I Am Sacred Union with Self
I Am Unity with One
I Am Balance