What is YOUR perception and conception of the words " I AM" psychologically, spiritually, and/or
it's an open ended question so u could get tons of answers, none of them wrong and some partially right from one perspective.
for me, I would have to say we as individuals, are always telling others who we are, by everything we communicate. being conscious of revealing who you are, as "I am" this, I am that, is another whole topic. for we are unconscious of revealing ourselves for the most part. so to speak personally, my perception, conception of the words "I Am" would mean you have no uncertainty about who you are and do not rely upon others to support your ideas of who you are. you would be standing on any wisdom gained in this life to speak confidently in terms of knowing who you are, as well as who you are not. it appears to be a power position statement, to say, a fearless countenance, we would expect only God to say such words, just until you realize you are one with God as I would say, God's off spring.
Your question reminds me of the great Indian sage: Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj (1897-1981). One of the most profound books written, in response to the spiritual quest to know oneself, is "I AM THAT". This volume of talks, in discussion with the men and women who journeyed to India to meet with him, were recorded and translated in English.
"I AM" is a spiritual acknowledgement for me. It is the understanding and acclamation of the consciousness of all...Being, Self, That which is...
Perhaps it was the simple, yet provocative question, I asked myself as a twelve year old, "Who am I?" which started me on this lifelong deepening of the conscious awareness of One, which is all things.
Great question...one that provides opportunity for inquiry into the unknown...
That means God. I am who I am. And you can also apply that one with your personal success. If you believe you can do things and be successful, the rest will follow and it will be a 100 percent sure success.
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