When we meet someone who is fully in touch with and fully embraces their ‘I AM’, they leave an impression on us. It can sometimes feel like a whisper, but we feel it in our depths and we are move by a sincerity that is pure. They move with such strength of passion and precision of focus that it is totally inspiring and people around them feel it vibrationally. This is not to say that people around them understand it necessarily, but it is felt. It makes an impression.
When moved by ‘I AM’, the impressions left by the individual in the world is enormous. Sometimes, these impressions resonate with people, and sometimes, they do not. Sometimes Egos can get involved and judge these impressions as wrong or right. Either way, people feel these impressions that are left by those who fully embrace their ‘I AM’, and the impressions are enormous.
What makes me sad is when these souls, who are so driven by their authentic ‘I AM’ are so misunderstood by our conscious minds and Ego Selves. This happens when we are stuck within a latticework of belief systems and cultural conditioning, and those who are driven by their ‘I AM’ are mavericks operating on the outside.
As an example, National Geographic television released a wonderful series on the life and times of Albert Einstein, in a production called Genius. What I found fascinating was that Einstein’s genius was not appreciated in schools or even in University because his teachers judged him to be ‘irreverent’ and ‘uncontrollable’. This was due to the fact that he would, very quickly, poke holes at their theories and teachings, in public, in an almost naive brash way. He was denied and blacklisted from teaching positions that he’d coveted despite his amazing mind because his teachers wanted to teach him a lesson, as he was judged to be arrogant. His family cut him off financially because he wanted to follow his paths and passions of understanding the Universe, as opposed to joining his father’s business as a sensible electrical engineer.
He took a job as a patent clerk and whilst working there, he and his wife worked together in their own time, to publish papers around his theorems and their proof. Whilst the first two papers went relatively unnoticed, his third caught the eye of a respected Physicist, who then granted him a teaching role in a University whilst Einstein pursued the Theory of General Relativity, which made him one of the most beloved physicists in the world.
By pursuing his ‘I AM’, he was moved by such passion and tenacity, that he surpassed all judgement and managed to smash through the latticework within the field of Physics and Academia at that time, to then make an impression that changed the way we see things.
Einstein is but one example of souls who just embraced their ‘I AM’ and soul purpose and stayed authentic to their resonance. He was clearly also working through many life lessons at the same time, but in doing so, he surmounted, fulfilled his life purpose and made a massive impression on all of us.
If they can do it, so can we. The impressions we make need not be global. If we can inspire, affect or help just one person by the impression we leave behind, is it not worth it?
The Impressions of ‘I AM’ – a force to be reckoned with.
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