|I AM||I AM|
noun: the quality of being individual, sovereign, I Am
noun: the distinct personality of an individual regarded as a persisting entity
"Personality is that which ye wish others to think and see. Individuality is that which your soul prays for, hopes for, desires. These (two) need not necessarily be one; but their purpose must be one, even as the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit are one. So must body, mind and soul be one in purpose and in aim." [Cayce (5246)]
"I have referred to a concept I describe as the power of one, the power that results from individual expressions of the Infinite Mind as they come into recognition of their absolute unity - the infinite expression of wholeness, or one. It is this truth when fully grasped that will allow you to recognize your individuality in the whole, as the whole, expressing the whole and coincidentally being wholly, uniquely you.
"Individuality more appropriately deals with the continuing unfoldment of the Mind of God in a multitude of loving expressions." [Dialogue on Awakening, page 238]
"But you will not be lost, you will not dissolve within a common pot. Your identity, your true identity - and that is not a descriptive phrase as would be appropriate in reality, but I will use it here - your true identity is forever safely remembered and sacred in the Mind of God.
"I know that you can be easily confused when I say you are me, and I am you, and we are one. That could lead you to believe that there is no recognition of your Self. What I am more appropriately trying to convey is that there is no difference in the recognition of our Selves and what we express, and what we extend as the creative aspect of our Father. That becomes whole, that becomes totally unified and we express it together, and there is no difference in our expression of it. Therein lies our unification and our wholeness. And there too, lies your sacred individuality in its entire Divinity. You see, you have not dissolved or gone away." [Dialogue on Awakening, pages 4, 6]
"As long as man continues to think of his body as being his individuality he will think individually, rather than universally. When he, at long last, discovers his eternal Self to be the projector of his own body, and is making himself in his own image, he will then know his universality, his Oneness with all Creation. He can never thereafter think of himself as an individual and will so act in all of his transactions in relation to his Oneness with all other men." [Atomic Suicide, page 265-266]
Law of Assimilation