I wrote a blog post on this subject back in July of 2015, but I wanted to revisit it and share with you some of what I learned from the documentary.
The phrase...I am that, I am...means that God is in everything. I am in that. I am that. Everywhere you see, you see me. It's God saying, I am every that, that there is.
We are the embodiment of God. The documentary suggests that there are 3 Keys to experiencing the embodiment of God.
G - giving
It is in giving that we receive. That which we give to the world you get back to yourself. We want to give as God gives...without expectation without wanting anything in return. Just to connect with another person.
In the documentary it states that, "If it is something that you feel that you lack then the very giving it to others is what causes you to realize that you've had it all along." Ultimately, giving and receiving are one. It is a cycle, the more you give the more you receive.
The documentary also discusses how the word service is often misunderstood in our culture. We confuse the term service with something negative, we look at it as servant or servitude. We consider it to be offensive and demeaning.
As Michael Bernard Beckwith says, "Greatness is your capacity and your willingness to be of service. Service to what? Service to love, service to peace, service to beauty, service to God, service to joy."
O - oneness
Per The Moses Code, "We are at one with God and we are at one with each other. People see the world through the filter of separation. Everything is connected. There is a unified field and we are all the embodiment of God."
When you live in the ego you live in a sense of fear and survival and competition. We live in a world of separation, a world of survival of the fittest. We compete instead of collaborate. We feel there is scarcity and that in order to survive we have to be better and do better than everyone else. We are taught to say I am not that.
The Moses Code says, "We have to be lovers of humanity and we have to be lovers of ourselves and even seek to love that with which your ego would say I can't love that. Go within and embrace it. You might ask yourself how can I embrace murderers and rapists. Ask yourself what might have caused them to be like that? What kind of person would be a rapist? They are wounded and maybe sick people. Go within yourself we all have wounds, we all have some sickness. We all have parts of our self that are wounded and hurtful and twisted. And even if we would like to fit into the egos ideal of being perfect, we are not, we are all that there is. When we can open our hearts and have compassion for parts of ourselves that might wound others and praise that we are both human and divine."
D - destiny
Destiny is about uncovering your calling, your purpose. Once you give and you understand your oneness then you find your destiny. It's calling you to a greater degree of service. The call to make a difference for good.
The Moses Code says, "Every time you say 'I am' you are creating a movement. The creative energy of God. When we enact creation we are emulating the creator and then we feel love, we feel good, we feel expanded. You know you are on track by the aliveness that you feel. It's the 18 inch journey from the head to the heart."
It's all about what you choose to focus on. Make sure that it's something that matters, something that is meaningful.
A powerful breathing exercise that you can practice is… Imagine what you want to be, do or have and then say "I am that" on the inhale and on the exhale say "I am". When we repeat things we encode them into our consciousness and begin the process of rewiring our brain. The goal is not to magnetize something to us, but rather to bring something through us.
Giving, Oneness and Destiny, experiencing the embodiment of God. God is in everything. I am in that. I am that. Everywhere you see, you see me. I am every that, that there is.