Week 4 – Who is “I”
4:1. The “I” of you is not the physical body; that is simply an instrument which the “I” uses to carry out its purposes; the “I” cannot be the Mind, for the mind is simply another instrument which the “I” uses with which to think, reason, and plan.2. The “I” must be something which controls and directs both the body and the mind; something which determines what they shall do and how they shall act. When you come into a realization of the true nature of this “I”, you will enjoy a sense of power which you have never before known.
This week we are to repeat the affirmation “I can be what I will to be”
The I is the Spirit that lives in us. It is part of the omnipotent Universal God that surrounds us. It is the world within. And the world within reflects the world without. What Spirit lives in you? Is this even Biblical?
1 Corinthians 2:11 For who knows a person’s thoughts except their own spirit within them? In the same way no one knows the thoughts of God except the Spirit of God.
This scripture verify’s The Master Keys quote from 4:1 that the mind and thoughts are separate from the Spirit that lives in the Body. The Bible says we are to keep our minds from becoming corrupted by the carnal things of this world and to seek the Spirit of God and the mind of Christ. That we should seek wisdom and understanding and all things would be given unto us.
Well if you spent any time in church then you know that there are demons and then there are is the Holy Spirit. I personally have experienced and witnessed supernatural manifestations of both these spirits. I seek to be led by the Holy Spirit. So my Heavenly Father, I pray that my “I” is of your Shekhinah Spirit as I seek your creative wisdom.
One of the Master Key principles is that our words and thoughts create our life. One of my favorite videos of all time is the video This video is over an hour long but if you cant watch the full video, just the first 15 minutes is incredibly amazing. So much so it brings me to tears about how amazing CREATION is. The Hebrew language is most like the chemical language, so take H2O means that the molecule has two hydrogens and one oxygen. Hebrew is exactly the same. Every letter in the Hebrew Language means something. Even its shape and even what it looks like is significant. Listen to Rabbi Kraft explain mankind (ADAM) in the Hebrew language.
The Hebrew Language is the DNA of Creation by Rabbi Mordechai Kraft
What is crazy awesome is that God has given us an opportunity for us to have the power of creation if we so seek it through His spirit. The “I” within.
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