I AM God.

Not trying to be blasphemous or anything. Just keeping it real.




Certainly not.

How many of us dare to affirm this? How many dare to affirm this out loud?

How many fear the wrath of God (or worse yet, the judgment of others) if we proclaim this?

We have been programmed. So ingrained it is in us to believe that this is blasphemous. So programmed to abandon our Divine powers. How the “controllers” have us so well-trained. How they have us exactly how they want us. Weak, powerless, and dependent on them. Their word has become law, and how they have beaten us into submission. So beaten that many of us now only believe in our insignificance. Surely when one thinks they are so small, how could they possibly think they are God?

Well I’m here to tell you otherwise. I’m here to tell you that you are.

I AM God.

You are God.

We are all God!

Believe it or not, you are.

If you are a religious or spiritual, you probably have heard of the term that we were created in the image and likeness of our Creator. What does this mean? Does it mean that we look just like God? As if God can look like anything. Haha… This popular statement is one that eludes many. It gets swept under the rug and overlooked way too often.

Just wondering? How many of us take time to even contemplate this statement?

Perhaps it could mean we are of the same essence? Perhaps it could mean we were bestowed with a spark of God’s being? Perhaps it could mean that God lives in us? Perhaps it could mean we have creative capabilities similar to God’s? Perhaps we are baby reproductions of God set out to exercise and practice our God skills as we see fit throughout our lives? Perhaps we are co-Creators more than we are simple mere humans?


If you come from a traditional religious background, declaring that you are God probably sounds extremely foreign and crazy! Perhaps my statement is appalling. And yes, I’m sure you’ve been taught this is blasphemy! I can certainly understand. I’ve been through such rigorous, mental conditioning in my youth. I can clearly remember the days of having to recite in church “Lord, I am not worthy to receive You…” amongst the many other programs design to crush the human Spirit. And so I understand how it may take some time for you to digest such a concept.

Perhaps you come from a broader spiritual background and have already heard of such a concept? If you have, that’s excellent. My next question to you is why aren’t you proclaiming it?

Is it really vain to say such a thing? Is it pompous? Or are we simply too afraid of what others will think?

I speak first to the traditionalists. Did not the official books say that “you are made in the image and likeness of your creator” in Genesis 1:27?  Did not Jesus answer “you are gods” in John 10:34?  How about “I said, You are “gods”; you are all sons of the Most High.” in Psalms 82-6?  And we cannot forget about Paul who said “Let this mind be in you which was also in Christ Jesus, who, being in the form of God, did not consider it robbery to be equal with God.”? in Philippians 2:5-6. So I don’t see what the problem is? Jesus always told us “the kingdom of God is within you”. Do we dare doubt him? If so, then who is the blasphemer here?

I now speak to the modern spiritual community, those who have heard of this concept before. How serious do you take this statement? Are you willing to broadcast it to the world, or do you say it quietly, only when out of earshot? How proud are you to say it? If you are embarrassed to say it, can you say you truly believe it? How are you practicing your God powers? Do you still harbor limiting beliefs about yourself or use verbiage that puts yourself down? If all that we think and say is manifested into the physical, how careful are you with your words and thoughts? And so my question is just what kind of God are you?

Being a God is a fact we all need to embrace and not be ashamed of. Living in fear is no constructive way to live at all. When we allow fear and a sense of powerlessness to rule us, it means we are not honoring this sacred fact. Our world could be so much less gloomy and a lot more beautiful if we only adopted this simple reality. Life could be a lot less confusing, a lot less scary, so much more clear, and so much more creative if we acknowledged this simple fact. For it is when we are closest to God that we are the happiest, and how much closer can one get to God than to be God. God is not some “thing” that’s outside of ourselves within a certain distance. God is not somewhere out there. God is here. God is in us. God is us.

It’s quite easy for what I’m describing to be taken the wrong way. So I’ll put it out there. I am not suggesting that we go around as self-important, narcissistic egos thinking we’re superior to others, like some of the celebrities, politicians, and business leaders out there. What I mean is for us to come to a pure acceptance of our divinity and the creative powers that come with it (which I must say are quite powerful). In addition, for us to honor the God that dwelleth in all.

Being a God is something I proudly wear on my sleeves, and I’m not afraid to proclaim it.

When this becomes the common verbiage, our world will see a brighter day. When we reclaim our rightful role, is when we will step into a new reality.

godbeing And don’t you forget it.

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One thought on “I AM God.

  1. Thoughtful post.
    It brings to my mind a quote from a movie about the godliness of man.
    And also a great line from Shakespeare’s Hamlet which I think aptly applies.

    In Gettysburg movie(1993), Union Colonel Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain recites a famous line from Hamlet’s speech while discussing slavery….
    “What a piece of work is a man, how noble in reason,
    how infinite in faculties, in form and moving,
    how express and admirable in action, how like an ANGEL in apprehension,
    how like a GOD!”

    To which Sergeant Kilrain responds “Well, if he’s an ANGEL, all right then… But he damn well must be a KILLER ANGEL.”


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