I probably need to start over from the beginning.
I will confess I hit my first major roadblock this week.
I don’t think I made it longer than an hour or so without needing to reset the 7 Day Mental Diet and I haven’t perfectly executed my daily activities yet this week.
But I’m back in it.
The one thing that never ceased was commitment to my DMP.
It is almost in my blood.
I feel wrong NOT reciting it.
I know I have to succeed.
I know it is my purpose.
Last week we began a 12 week virtue make-over using an adapted version of Benjamin Franklin’s personal process. The task is to focus diligently on a characteristic or virtue that we wish to see grow and develop within ourselves.
We were to rank the characteristics in order of our greatest to least needed areas for development.
While this tends to ebb and flow for me, at this particular time I wanted to continue to see the virtue of discipline enhanced in my life. All of last week, I found examples of disciplined behavior in myself and in others. I observed and I took note.
This week, everyone in the Master Key Alliance is focusing on kindness.
Not only kindnesses we are noticing from others, but our intention is to go out and randomly execute one or two acts of kindness (for which we may never have noticed or receive thanks).
Why are we doing this?
Because What we focus on we find. It is the Law of Growth.
The Law of Growth states “ the Universal Law which is one of the simplest to comprehend. It simply exists to ensure that something always grows, that creation is constant and determined by the kind and quality of seed which is planted. In the case of Universal truth this seed is determined by the energy projected.” https://lawsoftheuniverse.weebly.com/12-immutable-universal-laws.html
I’m excited to see what a group of 350 ish students of the Laws of the Universe and the Master Key System can create, together, in terms of a ripple effect of positivity.
We all want to develop a bit more kindness.
Will you join us?
Let your light shine…
It was no coincident that we hit Og Scroll 4 as NYE came around and as our focus shifted to letting our unique talents and greatness flow through us and into the world.
Just as this flashed up in my memories and I was getting set to share a similar message for 2018.
Just another indicator that I am on the correct path…
“Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous? Actually, who are you not to be? You are a child of God. Your playing small does not serve the world. There is nothing enlightened about shrinking so that other people won’t feel insecure around you. We are all meant to shine, as children do. We were born to make manifest the glory of God that is within us. It’s not just in some of us; it’s in everyone. And as we let our own light shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same. As we are liberated from our own fear, our presence automatically liberates others.” Marianne Williamson
In Scroll 3 of Og Mandino’s The Greatest Salesman in the World he writes about persistence.
The dictionary defines per·sist·ence
firm or obstinate continuance in a course of action in spite of difficulty or opposition.
“companies must have patience and persistence, but the rewards are there”
the continued or prolonged existence of something.
“the persistence of huge environmental problems”
In week 14, our task was to watch one of several movies that provided an example of persistence, speaking your goals into existence, discipline, tenacity and all of the characteristics one needs to accomplish one’s definite major purpose in life.
I chose the Disney movie Cool Runnings. I love how even in the midst of a crushing defeat the protagonist never gave up on his goal of making it to the Olympics. He knew he couldn’t compete in the sprints, so he found another path. He didn’t have the teammates to start, or the necessary equipment, or even the climate to practice his sport but he persisted. He never gave him. He did whatever it took to get to the Olympics.
The Jamaican bobsled team, in the movie Cool Runnings, was laughed at, told they couldn’t do it, made fun of and very few believed they had what it took. But they persisted until they succeeded.
They exemplified Scroll 3 of Og Mandino’s The Greatest Salesman in the World.
14 weeks in and I’m wondering, what am I going to do with myself when this is over?
Will there be an option to repeat the course?
I already know I’m going to accomplish my DMP and all it will involve, but I have so appreciated the guidance of my guide
Justin and I think I’d want him to help with the next round of revisions.
How does one spread the word about this?
How do I become a guide?
I feel all wrong if I miss any part of the daily drill now and I can’t imagine ever going back to the other way I was living.
I’m becoming a positive peptide junkie and I’m definitely drinking the kool-aid.
But they way I see it is that kool-aid is supposed to be drunk anyway 🙂
Happy New Year to you my Master Key Friends!
This week we are working on lists of our accomplishments: big, small, life changing and otherwise.
We are listing what we have done to help ourselves feel great about all that we have already done.
It has been fun reflecting on past successes, times I went above and beyond and times I showed up for those I love.
We are also now keeping track of three things for which we are grateful.
I’m now consistently starting and ending my day feeling great.
I am a NY Times best selling author, and five time Fit Body Boot Camp owner living a life of service and impact earning 525k in net personal income by October 10th, 2020.
I guess I misunderstood slightly.
The assignment was repeat the 1 sentence summary of our current Definite Major Purpose for 50 minutes.
I did 60 minutes.
For one hour, taking breaks to sip some fluids I repeated the sentence above.
I was excited.
I was bored.
I was pretty sure I was forgetting a word here or there.
I was using the flashcard.
I was repeating it from memory.
By the end though it seemed inevitable.
It still does actually.
How can all of this possibly not happen?
It is happening.
It is a done deal.
I think that was the point of the assignment. To train ourselves to be so totally bought in to what it is that we want that it becomes necessary for behavior and attitudes to align to bring it about.
All I can think is “Don’t believe us just watch”. This is happening all around the world with the Master Key Experience. People are setting their minds on a course and DOING it.
Who is coming along?