And So It Is

Feb 18, 2022

This is a summary of my latest video.  If you’d rather watch that, you can do it here.

One of my coaches recommended that I read the book “It is Done” by Richard Dotts.  It’s a quick read, and it has some practical advice for really believing what you want is coming to you.  While I agree we all need to BE the person who already has what we want, his steps to make it happen were not the biggest takeaway for me.  It probably would’ve been, if I didn’t already believe it.  Let me tell you what was MY takeaway.

The name of Richard’s manifestation technique is the “It Is Done” technique.  To illustrate his point, he talks about the word “amen” and the phrase “and so it is.”  Most of us are familiar with those, and maybe a bit too familiar.  We tend to just say them, rather than think about the actual meaning of the words.  One of my favorite sweatshirts is a list of similar words and phrases:  Amen, A’ho, Sat Nam, Namaste, Om, and Hallelujah.  The first four of these words indicate that something is already complete.  They mean that something is true.  In other words, it is ALREADY true.  Do you believe that?  I don’t just mean “oh yeah, of course that’s true.”  I’m talking about KNOWING deep in your gut that what you’ve asked for or petitioned has already been delivered.

The last time you said a prayer or made a request of the universe, did you end it with a KNOWING that it’s already done?  I’ll be honest and tell you that I didn’t.  So, I’ve made a change.  I know all my prayers are answered, although maybe not how I thought they’d be.  But now,I am now truly (see what I did there?) thinking about the meaning of amen as I end my prayer.  Knowing my prayer is always answered, I am finishing by saying “it’s already true.”  Richard Dotts says “it is done.”  Those phrases are different from the normal “amen” or “a’ho”, and that’s intentional.  It gets us out of the norm, so we think about what we’re saying, rather than just appending our prayer with the standard ending.

So, I’ll go back to my question to you.  Do you KNOW at the end of your prayer that what you asked for is already done?  I’d like to challenge you to find a different sort of word or phrase and use it.  See if it helps you believe that it is truly already done, and let me know how that goes for you.  And, so it is.

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