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The Power of Ten

The power of ten refers to the fact that there are ten Biblical commandments which coincides which your ten fingers and ten toes.

Idle Hands are the Devil’s Workshop

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The power of ten refers to the fact that 
there are ten Biblical commandments which 
coincides which your ten fingers and ten 
toes. These ten commandments will keep you 
busy in positive work with your hands and 
will keep you ten toes down in your resolve 
to stand with God.
As you deepen your spiritual path, step 
out of illusory constructs and become a 
self-realized empowered being, life may 
present you with more opportunities to 
grow than ever before. No matter what 
your spiritual beliefs are, the ten 
commandments can be keys in you living a 
self fulfilling life. They are 
cornerstones for every person's health in 
all aspects of life.

Consider your psychic toolkit.

Do you have a range of accessible 
go-to practices for re-centering, 
cleansing your aura, and protecting your 
energy? An exercise routine for psychic 
fitness will keep your aura strong and 
resilient, your energy sovereign, and 
your vibration high. Maintaining clear 
and vibrant energy will also help you 
see through illusions that may be 
blocking or disorienting you. Bring 
meditation into your self-care 
practices for graceful rebalance.

Where Did the Power of Ten Come From?

God gave His people the Power of Ten, or the Ten Commandments, in a section of the Bible called the Old Testament.

A Brief Breakdown:

  • In an allegorical story,
  • a group of people,
  • led by the prophet Moses,
  • had just escaped slavery.
  • Moses prayed to God for help.
  • God gave him the Ten Commandments.

Your Body is Man. Your Spiritual Connection is Woman.

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As God has rulership over you, you 
have rulership over the church which 
is your body. The woman was given to 
the man as a helpmate to help him 
fulfill his God given duties upon the 
earth. 
The male, or material body, has headship 
over the female or spiritual connection 
in the physical world for we all must 
live and interact with the mundane.
This allegory refers to your body, the 
man, who is given help by the spiritual connection with God by the woman. 
This marriage happens within yourself 
regardless if your body is seen as male 
or female. Your body is always man and 
your spiritual connection is always woman.

The Power of Ten Meditation

How beautiful on the mountains are the feet of the messenger who brings good news, the good news of peace and salvation, the news that the God of Israel reigns!

Isaiah 52:7
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Meditation

AFFIRMATIONS

Choose an affirmation and repeat several times daily, or during meditation.

  • God meets all my needs.
  • I have an inheritance from God that I can access right now.
  • God takes care of me as His son because I Am His son.

MINI MEDITATION

Do a separate meditation for each of the commandments. You might want to do one until you have reached satisfaction in your understanding or have been guided to a deeper meaning by God. Then go to the next.

Close your eyes and relax your body. Repeat the desire for understanding on the commandments to yourself three times. Then think about your connection to God. Know that you are important and that you have a special and unique purpose to fulfill in your lifetime. Know that God cares for you. Be assured that everything will work out well for you with God’s guidance.

THE TEN COMMANDMENTS

1 “Thou shalt have no other gods before me.” Exodus 20:3

As a living soul, you have a God Spark 
within that needs to be acknowledged and 
honored. When you look outside yourself 
for a god to honor you have fallen short 
of your divine purpose and have broken 
this commandment.
Seeing yourself as the image of God is the 
purpose of this scripture. Being balanced 
in this knowledge opens your heart to Love 
and manifesting your version of the "God 
is Love", truth to the world.

2 “Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image.” Exodus 20:4

Once again, anything that you look upon 
outside of yourself as more worthy is a 
graven image. This is the bottom line 
breakdown:

Love God who is within you,

Love Yourself who is a creation of God,

and Love your neighbor who shares in 
being a creation of God and also has 
God within them.
Deuteronomy 10:12
And now, Israel, what doth the LORD thy 
God require of thee, but to fear the 
LORD thy God, to walk in all his ways, 
and to love him, and to serve the LORD 
thy God with all thy heart and with all 
thy soul.
Matthew 33:37 - 40
37 Jesus replied: “‘Love the Lord your 
God with all your heart and with all 
your soul and with all your mind.’ 38 This 
is the first and greatest commandment. 
39 And the second is like it: ‘Love your 
neighbor as yourself.’ 40 All the Law and 
the Prophets hang on these two 
commandments.”

3 “Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain.” Exodus 20:7

By your evil words, deeds, or 
intentions you have soiled God's name 
as a representation of Him/Her. Notice 
the word evil is the word live spelled 
backward. 
Doing things that are opposite of good 
or god is going in the wrong direction. 
It is backward. Worse than no 
progression at all. You are losing 
ground.

4 “Remember the sabbath day, to keep it holy.” Exodus 20:8–10

The sabbath means to rest. The Bible 
is an allegorical spiritual book having 
to do with you and your relationship 
with God. The best way for you to rest 
is to go into meditation. 
You have sovereignty over your day. 
In your sovereign day make time for 
rest from material matters and 
acknowledge the spiritual through 
meditation.

5 “Honour thy father and thy mother.” Exodus 20:12

It’s important to show our 
Divine Parents respect. God is both 
masculine and feminine. 
When you honor this in God, it 
makes it easier for you to acknowledge 
and honor the masculine and feminine 
within yourself. In this you become 
whole and balanced.

6 “Thou shalt not kill.” Exodus 20:13

You, and everyone you see, are 
a creation of God. We share in everything 
and the illusion of separateness is the 
greatest trick the devil has been able to 
pull off. When you do good to another, 
you do good to yourself. 
When you do harm to another, you do 
harm to yourself. Therefore, it is in 
your best interest to treat your 
neighbor the way you would want to be 
treated.

7 “Thou shalt not commit adultery.” Exodus 20:14

The word adultery means to turn 
away from your faith. Keep your eye 
on your relationship with God at all 
times. Work to keep it strong.
Do not look at the outward 
appearance of what others have or what 
they are doing. This is an illusion.
Only what you have within and in the 
present are real. These are the only 
things you can truly verify.

8 “Thou shalt not steal.” Exodus 20:15

The temptation to look outside 
yourself for the treasures of God, or 
to deny your inheritance will lead you 
to actions like stealing. God does not 
leave you without. All the inheritance 
you need, all of your needs will be met 
by going within and recognizing who you 
are as God's child.
“Neither shall they say, Lo here! or, lo 
there! for, behold, the kingdom of God is 
within you.” (Luke 17:21)
19 “Do not store up for yourselves 
treasures on earth, where moths and 
vermin destroy, and where thieves break 
in and steal. 20 But store up for 
yourselves treasures in heaven, where moths 
and vermin do not destroy, and where 
thieves do not break in and steal. 21 For 
where your treasure is, there your heart 
will be also. (Matthew 6:19-21)

9 “Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbour.” Exodus 20:16

Lying is to cover over the light of God. 
It is the outside manifestation of an 
inner malfunction. The malfunction is to 
lack understanding of your origins. 
When you know that you are a child of 
God with an inheritance that can be 
accessed and manifested into the world, 
there is no need for lying, for you are 
not in the state of malfunction. You are 
balanced.

10 “Thou shalt not covet.” Exodus 20:17

To covet is to turn your back on 
your own fortunes and look to another 
persons as better. Everyone has an 
inheritance from God.
 When you covet, you deny your 
inheritance and look to someone else to 
fulfill your imagined lack. Fulfillment 
is a product of being whole, of filling 
your cup with what you love and sharing 
with others from the overflow.

Composed of the numbers 1 and 0, the angel number 10 is full of moods centered around fresh starts, personal growth, infinite possibility, and moving forward to the amazing life that has always been waiting for you. 

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Alchemist Iris

Alchemist Iris is a minister, Reiki master, and hypnotherapist who has studied the Bible for many years with many differing opinions in many churches. She is also a researcher who is interested in people and how the Bible can best be used to help people to be spiritually the best versions of themselves. Her interest in fashion and interior design are also useful in helping others present to the world the vision that best defines them.

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