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After watching The Moses Code I feel totally empowered!
What The Moses Code is all about is the power of God’s name. The name He told Moses at the burning bush, “I AM THAT I AM” as most of us would say it. But as it turns out, and as revealed near the start of this movie, the code is actually a comma. There should be a comma between “that” and “I” so that it reads, “I AM THAT, I AM.”
The power in the words “I AM” is amazing. Literally, what ever you say you are you really are. If I say “I am that” and believe it, that is what I will become. Knowing this, we all really have much more control over our lives than we though! Imagine what we all could do! The Creator created us to create along side Him.
Seriously. Stop right now and imagine the life you could create for yourself. Only think positive thoughts. The possibilities are endless! You could be a freaking millionaire giraffe trainer if you wanted to! Or something less random, you could have the life you’ve only dreamed of.
Some of you may know already that there is power in God’s name. Commonly written as “Yahweh” or “YHWH” which comes from the original Hebrew tetragrammaton, “יהוה”(Yod, He, Waw, and He) which is in itself, God’s true name. The real question at debate is how it is pronounced.
Anyways, as it turns out, the name stated at the burning bush, “I AM THAT, I AM” Or simply “I AM”, is a slightly different arrangement of the tetragrammaton. So it also is actually a form of God’s name, and has extreme power.
How to apply The Moses Code to your life.
After revealing what the moses code actually is, they go on to explain three key concepts. Giving, Oneness, and Destiny.
Everyone knows the saying “Give and it shall be given” from the scripture verse, Luke 6:38.
Give and it shall be given unto you. A good measure, pressed down and shaken together and running over shall be put into your lap. For with the same measure with which you measure, it shall be measured back to you. ~Luke 6:38
This isn’t just some nice saying, it’s full of truth. What you give, you will receive back even more. As The Moses Code movie explains, the first key is to give.
Secondly, understanding the concept of oneness and becoming one with everyone and everything around you. Do you ever feel constantly annoyed by some specific person? It may seem hard to see yourself being one with that person but if you can just go with the flow and accept everything as it is, and truly become one, things will suddenly become peaceful.
To me it seems oneness would be a more difficult concept for a lot of people to grasp. Maybe you’ll get it right away or maybe it will come as a sudden epiphany one day. Either way I really would recommend watching The Moses Code, it explains it all in detail.
Finally there’s destiny. I believe we all have a destiny but a large part of that is what we create using these concepts. You really have to know what it is you want before you can bring it into your life. Know what you want, know what your destiny is, and then make it reality!
An simple exercise to start using!
Near the end of The Moses Code movie, James Twyman describes a simple exercise to use with the sentence “I am that, I am.” In this exercise you first focus on what you want, some positive thought. For example, if you’re having financial issues, picture yourself as a wealthy person with no debts. Focus on that thought and as you breathe out say, “I am that,” (refering to whatever you are picturing) and as you inhale again say, “I am.” Repeatedly saying “I am that, I am.” as you breathe in and out.
With that, I’ll bring this post to an end. I’m totally tired right now, stayed up way too late last night.
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