​​​I am ME

"I am" are two of the most important and powerful words that you can say.

You believe what you tell yourself so what you put behind these two little words shapes your perspective of your reality. 

Positive affirmations are used to uplift you physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually.

Affirmations are statements declared to be true so keep your focus on making them positive ones.

All of the words in an affirmation need to be positive so be careful. Although it may sound positive in nature, the use of

negative words, like the word "not", puts the focus on what/who you are not rather than on what/who you are.

(Affirmations are governed by the Universal Law of Attraction, which states that energy attracts like energy.)

I have used positive affirmations daily for years.

When done saying them, it felt unfinished. I thought about what I could use to conclude my session.

 Then it came to me. I received "I am me".

The strength of the energy felt the first time I used it made me realize that this declaration is more than an affirmation.

An affirmation is usually specific whereas this is a multi-faceted state of being.

"I AM ME" is a concept of self.​

I is for inspiration... this is your spark

A is for awareness... this is your knowing

M is for motivation... this is your drive

Mis for my-self... this is your higher self

​E is for empowerment... this is your energy

"A teacher is never a giver of truth. He is a guide, a pointer
to the truth that each student must find for himself."
~Bruce Lee


There are many things in this life that can break your connection to your "ME".

For example: what you are taught, what you learn, the roles that you have, your priority list etc.

This is a process to help you reconnect through being honest with yourself, working through blockages,

remembering what may be forgotten, overcoming negativity, gaining inner strength, etc.

Take a TIMEOUT (on a regular basis and as needed)

Time    Inside    My-self    Exploring    Observing    Understanding   Truth

The roles you have are not who you are. You are much more than your roles. 

Your "ME" is the core of your being.


The first thing I want to say is that self-care is not a selfish act. It is a necessity!

To be your best, you must take care of yourself physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually.


This is on an emotional level. (how you feel about yourself)

You are unique. You make a difference.

You have a purpose even if you don't know what it is at this time.

Outside influences have no bearing on your worth unless you allow it.


This is on a mental level. (what you think about yourself)

You are a work in progress growing and changing every day.

Acknowledge the process and the totality of yourself each step of the way.


A difficult thing to do is to forgive yourself for your mistakes.

Forgiveness from others does little for you if you don't forgive yourself.

Not going through this process creates blockages and can lead to self sabotage that effects all the areas of your life.


Loving yourself is one of the most important loves you can have.

​Be true to yourself. Love you for you!


Having faith in yourself. Believing in yourself.


You and only you are responsible for your thoughts, emotions, words, actions and reactions.

Consciously knowing that you are responsible for your own life.

Be constructive, not destructive.


​You and only you are accountable for your thoughts, emotions, words, actions and reactions.

Holding yourself accountable by admitting and owning up to wrongful deeds.

No excuses. No blame.


​Having control of your own thoughts, emotions, words, actions and reactions not giving it to outside influences. 


Empowerment comes from within. 

As your inner strength increases, so does the positive energy you exude.

It will be shown through you physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually.

Your ability to deflect negativity from all sources becomes easier with strength.

I don't want to be.

I don't pretend to be.