“Wishes Fulfilled” introduces readers to the art of manifestation– making things happen in your life. The book helps us to identify the self-destructive thinking and behavior that limits our ability to achieve our dreams. Before we ever begin our journey to having our wishes fulfilled, Dr. Dyer introduces us to our higher self and highest self. The key to being able to manifest the wishes you have for yourself is to understand that God dwells within you. Therefore, you have the power of God at your disposal. This concept, he calls the “I AM”.
Though the book does not directly quote scripture, those who are reading their bibles will noticeably find the alignment with Christian values and principles.
“The tongue has the power of life and death and those who love it will eat its fruit.” (Proverbs 18:21)
The concept of “I AM” is the greatest lesson I learned in this book. It is also the concept which I have diligently practiced in my life since reading the book.
Always affirm who you are in the present. What God has done for you is finished. Psalm 139:16 says that “all the days ordained for me were written in your book before one of them came to be.” You just haven’t walked that far in your journey yet. So instead of saying, “I am going to be extremely wealthy” you affirm by saying “I AM extremely wealthy.”
The former statement – though proclaiming a positive – acknowledges that you are currently not wealthy. In the same manner, if I say “I AM going to be healthy,” it acknowledges that I am not currently healthy.
STATE THE POSITIVE VIEW
Do not ever talk negative to yourself or about yourself. Do not say “I am fat.” You can more effectively say “I AM losing weight.” You are not deluding yourself into thinking that your body weight is healthy, but what you are doing is positively confessing the wish you have for your body. In the same manner it is infinitely more productive to say “I AM making more money” than “I AM broke until payday.” Both are contextually the same but the positive I AM puts you on a journey to your wishes fulfilled life.
In the TYC tribe we believe our mistakes, mishaps and missteps are perfectly aligned lessons that God has used to mold us into the people we are today. We continue to learn and grow. Keep studying your Bible. Keep reading books that uplift you on your journey and be sure to always let God Shine Through Your Cracks.