If ever I feel confused about my choices or unsure which path to take, I make time in the quiet for contemplation. I close my eyes to distractions and release any concerns—just as if I were placing my baggage outside the door of an inner sanctuary. With this weight removed, I step into the Silence and breathe.
With my attention focused on the quiet, rhythmic flow of my breathing, I silently repeat the words, “I AM that I AM.” The I AM in me is my source of all wisdom and understanding. It has no doubt. I AM knows only power, light, and infinite potential. My mind and heart open to receive the divine guidance of I AM, which is only a breath away.
My mouth shall speak wisdom; the meditation of my heart shall be understanding.—Psalm 49:3