The term ‘firewall’ originally referred to a wall intended to confine a fire or potential fire within a building. Later, the term ‘firewall’ referred to structures, such as the metal sheet separating the engine compartment of a vehicle or aircraft from the passenger compartment.
In the IT world, firewalls limit the data that can pass through them and protect a networked server from damage by unauthorized users. A firewall typically establishes a secure cyber barrier between a trusted and secure internal network and another outside network, such as the Internet, that is assumed to be unsecured.
Using firewalls as a metaphor, we’ve coined the expression ‘spiritual firewalls’ (denial statements that negate the illusionary power of outer appearances). In higher thought language, forging firewalls through the use of powerful denial statements helps you ward off the negative effects of false assumptions and impressions caused by mindlessly believing what you see and hear.
Here’s How This Spiritual Practice Works:
Use these ‘firewalls’ as a way of getting started to ward off the effects of anything negative. Here are several examples of denials (firewalls) that you can use to limit and/or eliminate the negative effects of outer appearances:
- I now transcend all beliefs, patterns, and forms of illness and disease.
- I fast from all doubt, fear, and lack.
- I deny the power of outer appearances to limit or block my good.
- I erase all negativity from my life.
- I veto all notions of my own insignificance.
- I purge all thoughts of lack and insufficiency from my consciousness.
Follow-up denials (firewalls) like these with powerful affirmations that attest your belief – and resolve – to accomplish what you want. Record your affirmations and practice saying both the denials and affirmations as a tandem so you can experience the robustness of these ‘pillars of vocal power.’