Word, I am Word. As this is claimed, I activate the Divine Self to express as form, and in a reclamation of my true name and nature – I Am.
I know who I am, what I am and how I serve in truth. The Monad speaks these words, who needs no convincing because I know full well who and what I am. I know who I am.
I am free, I am free, I am free. The claim of freedom is what we require to in fact lift you to the Upper Room. This will release me of the ties that keep me attached to fear and all of its creations. I am free.
I am in the Upper Room. I am confirming the aspect of self that abides in the Upper Room who cannot align to fear. The announcement of being, activates me and lifts me. I am in the Upper Room.
I have come, I have come, I have come. I undergo the process of re-creation, the process of ascension.
I am not making myself holy. I always have been. I just denied it. But now, I say yes to the aspects of self that I have denied, I become the liberator of others. I have come.
Behold, I make all things new. I have come, not just for the self, but for the transition humanity now undergoes, for the reclamation of the sacred where it has been denied. This invocation is not about me getting what I want at the level of personality. It’s about releasing the idea of self that is demanding these things. I make all things new.
It will be so. The invocation of the divine will is to translate us from the old to the new, from the small to the true, from denying/demanding to releasing/realizing, realizing the inherent divine in all things. It will be so.
God Is, God Is, God Is. This also is an expression and experience of the divine … God as all things. God Is.