I am That, I am Meditation
Dr. Dyer’s daily method of meditating to this music:
Take the five words, “I am that I am” and in your mind, place a comma behind the word, that… let “that” represent whatever it is you desire to manifest or become.
The I AM meditation consists of energising breath movement, sound and visualisation.
I suggest Abdominal Breathing – it is an exercise you can do anywhere to increase intake of oxygen and the exhalation to release carbon dioxide.Inhale for a few moments.
Exhale slowly through your mouth for a count of 5.
Repeat the cycle four more times for a total of 5 deep breaths and try to breathe at a rate of one breath every 10 seconds (or 6 breaths per minute).
Universal Mudra to reconnect.
To personalise meditation I suggest replacing THAT with a Sankalpa. Sanskrit: संकल्प) for an intention formed by the heart and mind. Sankalpa is a one-pointed resolve to focus both mind and soul on a specific concept.
Setting an intention triggers being in flow…realigning positively with the silent vibration of already having what you want by affirming that YOU ARE ALREADY THAT.
“I am that, I am.”