I still find myself having to give myself a prompt to notice the colours and shapes, notice nature, give compliments to everyone I meet and silently say “I Love You”. Am I being too harsh on myself? It may feel forced to try to notice all these things everyday but at least I am noticing. Maybe this is still the old blueprint resisting change or maybe it’s just me trying to be a perfectionist instead of letting the experience wash over me and happen a little more naturally – less forced?
That said, I do feel like things are starting to happen in my life that feel like they have happened because of what we are learning here. My DMP covers a few business goals and without the exact understanding of how some of these things will happen I’m already being introduced to potential new clients without really trying too hard. I can only put this down to the MKMME.
Having a recording of myself is a useful tool but I’m not really getting as much benefit from it as maybe I would have done when I spent more time travelling. Working from home, as I do now, I have found myself having to make time to actually listen to the recordings. I spend a lot of time on the phone throughout the day so even just listening whilst working on my computer has been a challenge.
Still, I know this is just another tool to add to our armoury so I will make use of it as and when I can.
I would say that generally this has been a good week overall and I do see a change (for the better) and I expect that given a few more weeks of disciplined action on the exercises then things will start to be more on auto pilot.
Until next week then.
Somehow I knew that this week was going to be my biggest challenge to date with the MKMMA. Just as a lot of members may be starting to feel like things are clicking in to place for them and becoming more automatic, I was ready to be challenged by my old blueprint more than ever before.
You see, even though every week so far has had it’s own challenges as we try to undo years of conditioning, chipping away the cement and trying to re-write the programme running our everyday lives, I had an extra bit of cement to chip off. You may recall that I started this course a couple of years ago and dropped out after 6 weeks, letting my old blueprint at the time win the battle. Well, this gave my old blueprint the upper hand in this battle as he said to me “It’s week 6. This is getting difficult. Remember what happened last time? It would be easier to quit. You don’t need this course. Look how far you’ve come in the last couple of years without it”.
“Up yours!” I said to my old blueprint. You will not win the battle this time and you will certainly not win the war!!
I must admit that I’ve missed some night time reads this week (the most important ones) and I think this may have been part of my battle with the old BP. Maybe he could sense me winning so fought harder to pull me back in to the familiar? My old habit of putting the dogs to bed and then going up myself and just crashing instead of doing my reading first. It’s just too easy to do.
Well, I’ve noticed it so maybe that is half the battle. Now I’m doing something about it. I’m standing firm. I will not lose the battle. My old blueprint will soon be over-written with new beliefs.
Stick with the programme, do the exercises, change, win – that’s what I’m resolute to do now.
What else have I learned this week? Scroll 2, Wow!!
If only everyone knew about these scrolls and lived by them. What a wonderful planet we would live on.
When you stop to think about it we’ve all probably experienced this at some point in our lives. Emit LOVE and other people have no choice but to love you back. Think about when you are a child and do something naughty. Your mum or dad is telling you off and you beam a beautiful big smile towards them and they melt and smile back and they cannot be mad at you any longer.
A smile is so infectious and I guess having love in your heart for all mankind works in the same way.
Master Key Part 6
‘The knowledge that if we infringe upon the rights of others, we become moral thorns and find ourselves entangled at every turn of the road, should be an indication that success is contingent upon the highest moral ideal, which is “The greatest good to the greatest number”.
I guess this links to our Blueprint Builder point 5: “I fully realise that no wealth or position can long endure unless built upon truth and justice, therefore, I will engage in no transaction which does not benefit all whom it affects”.
So, if I live by the principle of greeting everyday with love in my heart AND the principle of providing the greatest good to the greatest number, then I think I’m on the right path to a good life that I can be proud of.
Until next week then, I wish you all the success with sticking to your chosen path.