When you declare your role and who you are in this world then be it. Play the part.
Act the part.
Walk the talk.
No funny fooling this is serious stuff.
If you don’t act in integrity with who you say you are then you walk a circuitous path of bouncing from one moment to another. You become a wandering generality.
Let me give you an example.
I am an author. My new book, The Man with the Homeless Heart, will be out this summer. (I know you can hardly wait!) Me too!
So saying I am an author and not being it does not get me very far along the path.
I need to do what I think an author does. This includes writing every day, learning to be a better writer, and sourcing out people and material that can help me write good stories.
What is the power in this?
This results in alignment of your physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual bodies.
When you are in alignment and you practice patience, you will be amazed at what happens.
You will let go of old habits that no longer serve you.
People and experiences will show up to help you on your path and you will be joyful in fulfilling the tasks that you see are to be done as part of being who you say you are.
It makes what looks impossible to be possible.
This is who you are.