1. Your "I" Presence
The Siva Sutras are an important Saivite text, expounding on the Advaita Vedantic concept of non-duality. Under non-duality, there is only one thing that is true, which is the "I". That "I" is defined as consciousness or the "All That Is" definition of God. When this "I" becomes separated into duality, we're presented with the idea of "this and/or that", but fail to see "this and/or that" as one and the same as it is consciousness. This failure to see "this and/or that" as one and the same is the game of this illusion, it is presented as our experience as that is what our soul is seeking. Ignorance of of seeing everything as "I" is duality. As I see it, the ensuing suffering from this illusion of separation is our original sin. Hence, contrary to modern Christian dogma, original sin is not the unification of polar opposites, but the "belief" that we are separate. (I believe the gnostics/qabbalists would address original sin as spirit being lost in matter.)
2. Your "I Am" Presence
Eastern spirituality has stressed enlightenment or the search of discovering the source of our soul. Leading to different yogic ("yoke" - to bind) techniques including mindfulness where you separate the observer from the observed and simply remain as a watcher in the observation. As you remain and be the watcher, you come to grasp a simpleness where you do not place meaning, purposes, beliefs, etc., in the observed or the observation. In this state, you are no longer your ego identity composed of your name, profession, your past, etc. You are simply the watcher, or you simply "Am" being.
Under the qabbalist supernal-triad, the "I Am" presence would be the masculine Chokmah. Here, Chokmah takes the infinite possibilities of Kether, and brings wisdom to formulate a plan for our existence. This would be our Higher Self, our Soul, the Watcher. However, such awareness is not appreciated until it becomes existence through feminine creation, which is found in the "That" presence.
3. Your "I Am That" Presence
Lastly, we have the feminine presence of "That". Linguistically, it is our creations and attachments to "this and that", the object of observation. It is the "I am male", "I am an attorney", and "I am ethnically Indian", etc. It is also things that we bring into our presence, better yet, things that we bring to our awareness. It is your emotional body which is your resonating frequency, "I am happy", "I am fearful, "I am loving", etc. "That" is manifestation of our creation.
As alluded to above, the feminine sephirot of Binah in the qabbalist tree of life best suits the "that" presence. It is through her that we are aware of creation manifest, and with Chokmah do we see co-creative powers working together to create an experience that will give our Higher Self "understanding". It is through her that we can express our own creative and attractive abilities.
Tune yourself with the creative power of Spirit. You will be in contact with the Infinite Intelligence that is able to guide you and to solve all problems. Power from the dynamic Source of your being will flow uninterruptedly so that you will be able to perform creatively in any sphere of activity. -Parmahansa Yogananda, Where There Is Light.
Like most who gave up on The Secret after creating vision boards, using positive affirmations, there appears to be steps to properly enact and manage the LOA. Before the tools, techniques, we need to redefine who we are from what we have been led to believe. Akin to chakra clearing, our limiting beliefs get in the way and take over our manifestations. Provided that we are created in God's image, we should hold some God qualities including creative/attractive talents. Our God link, "I Am" presence, is important to tackle any limiting beliefs we hold that get in the way of the reality we truly wish to experience. Hence, before we even get to the techniques, we may simply need to realize the power of who we are as part of the "I Am That" presence.
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"It cannot be too highly emphasized that the mystic swims in the same waters in which the psychotic drowns."
-James Wasserman, The Mystery Traditions