“During all the education we receive, which means all the knowledge that is programmed in our mind, we create the concept of the I Am. Everything we believe we are, everything we know about how to be a human is the I Am. The Toltec call this the human form. We are not talking about the physical body, but about our own dream. When we say, “I am a man; I am a woman; I am a human, and this is my whole reality,” everything is judged by that knowledge, and of course, the dream becomes hell. This is the drama of humanity.
The dream of our life is so limited because we take all the power of our creation and put it in a little box, and with all our power we seal the box. And we live inside the box, trapped inside that little box. Well, that little box is the human form. It is our creation, and all our will is invested in that I Am.
Your faith is so strong that when you believe, “I am never going to be this,” thy will be done, you are never going to be that. If you believe I cannot do it, thy will be done, you cannot do it. Whatever you believe, you put your faith in that belief, and your faith will make it true.”
Don Miguel Ruiz, in “The Four Agreements Companion Book”
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