Very early in life, we have knowingly or unknowingly developed perceptions of where to place our belief. So that, by the time we become adults, those habituated perceptions are so deeply entrenched in our subconscious mind, that they determine the way we perceive and interpret our world. For example, if as a child, you were taught to only believe in what your eyes were showing you. The idea “seeing is believing” has probably always made good sense.
Yet, many have experienced again and again, that since we create as we speak, changing a “sensible” belief like “seeing is believing” to a faith-based belief like “believing is seeing,” helped to move them closer to their dreams and intentions with ABRACADABRA speed.
Abracadabra is an ancient Aramaic word in the language of JESUS, which originally meant” I create as I speak.” Later, it was translated into Hebrew as: “It came to pass as it was spoken.” By the 1600s, the word Abracadabra, which was believed to have magical powers, was used to focus the creative, healing power of thought. In fact, hoping to heal or ward off illness, people actually wore amulets that said Abracadabra. Over the ages, morphing through Greek and Latin, Abracadabra became popular in comic books and by performers of magic, including the Harry Potter series.
The idea I create as I speak, can be clearly seen In Genesis, the first book of the Old Testament, where we are told that God spoke the world into existence. Abracadabra, or “I create as I speak” is a timely message for all of us today in the aftermath, of the horrific tragedy in Charleston, South Carolina, where the families of the assassinated, began creating a better world, by speaking only words of forgiveness and reconciliation toward the assassin.
So the first step in our own creation process is to lift the vibration of our word by speaking only in a positive, loving, forgiving way. Doing that will not only direct our thought energy in positive ways, but, like the people in Charleston, we will begin to change our own world to a better place.