AM: to be or not to be?
Me: I am on the side of being. On the side of the I Am.
AM: however, you are, and you are not.
Me: I like a verse of a Sleeping at Last song that says: I don’t know what I am, but I know what I am not. I feel identified with this phrase.
AM; it counts
Me: I am clear about what my essence proclaims, where my path is going, but I don’t fully understand who I am. I keep working and accumulating knowledge, seeking to know myself more deeply, to understand myself and to integrate myself into it all. In the same way, in this search, it is becoming very clear to me what I am not. What does not vibrate in me, what does not resonate with me, what does not identify me or represent me. And it is usually very clear.
AM: like what, for example?
Me: I am not envious, for example. I am not interested in being or possessing what others have. It never happened to me to desire to have what others had or to be like others were. I have felt many times a negative energy from others to what I did or had, and that energy density I have always been able to capture. And I have never emanated it.
AM: and what else do you feel you are not?
Me: I am not a conflictual person. I have never liked to generate conflict and I have always sought to solve problems in a judicious manner. Obviously, my own style was always present, which many times was confrontational, which did not necessarily mean generating conflict. In fact, I never felt I had to go to the last consequences in a conflict. I always had a way of undoing the conflict long before it escalated. And in recent years, with the work on my life path, I have minimized the conflicts that could arise around me.
AM: And what have you learned that you are on this path?
Me: What I have learned the most on this path is that I am me. I am as I am, and I accept myself as I am. That I accept to work so that acting in coherence and balance, under what my essence marks, is my life action. Sometimes it is difficult for me to separate emotion from action, especially in those cases where it comes from inherited patterns, for example, but every day it is less likely to happen.
AM: you know that what defines your being is what you are and what you are not, the integration of both concepts into one.
Me; as I was speaking I was thinking about it. My whole self is the sum of what I am and what I consider I am not. Hence the choices I make at each step of my path. I like this perception, and it helps me to understand more of who I am.
AM: for you are what you are. You are you. And you are me, I Am.
I invite everyone to watch the video of Matias with the theme of the day
Finally, I encourage everyone to engage in conversation with their own I Am, to listen to what we each have to say to each other. No one else but us can re-signify our own being