Week number two of the Master Key Master Mind Alliance started to zero in on training the subconscious mind. Linking simple tasks to personal pivotal needs. This week I am looking for blue rectangles. Focusing in on those and allowing my subconscious mind to seek them out. I am aware that my mind is a powerful machine which will lead me to the riches in life once I re-train it. It’s great to know that I have 4 billion workers acting on my behalf so that I may attain my Definite Major Purpose.
My biggest challenge will be to ensure that life does not get in the way. I will maintain focus on my new habits and ensure that I complete my assignments faithfully each and every day.
I have been working to hone my Definite Major Purpose (DMP). My guide has been terrific, and has been providing me with excellent feedback to continue to improve the wording within my DMP. My guide has also been helpful to me by reminding me to modify my DMP to allow me to read it with greater emotional intensity. I am grateful for all the assistance I am receiving as I develop my new life.
The webinar each week is full of excellent content. I learn new information every week that I am able to apply to my new life. I am thankful that Mark and Davene are so generous in sharing this information with me and the others in the course.
Well, I guess its time to do some homework. This journey is a wonderful and enriching experience, and I recommend it to anyone who is truly interested in making a change in their life. Aloha for now!
Week #1 – Surely I Don’t Need MKMMA
It’s Sunday afternoon, and my mind is still screaming at me. You don’t need this course. You don’t have time to commit your Sunday afternoons for 26 weeks! You are busy, and you’re doing just fine, just the way you are! My mind flip-flops back and forth. It’s not new to me. I’ve had five decades of playing this game. Isn’t that the way it goes when you have ADD? Getting lost in your own mind. Indecision and hours of internal conversation, talking yourself into and out of the same life situations. No, I didn’t need this course, it was more than a need, its was a matter of taking back the life that I had let slip away.
We are all drawn to events in our lives when we need them the most. It seemed like it was time for me to own my problems again. It was time for me to own my confusion and my unhappiness with the life decisions that I had been making for the last 20 years. It was time to get my MoJo back. Time to return to the life that I had left behind.
I looked at my watch, it was time to log in. I looked at my computer screen and said to myself “What are you going to do?” I logged in. It may have been one of the hardest decisions I had made for a while. I HAD COMMITTED!
The first class was awesome. I was mixed with emotions of being exhilarated, scared to death, energized and nervous, all at once! But I do know it’s time. It’s time to develop my Definite Major Purpose, my Mission Statement, and my Goals again. It’s time to discard the past 20 years, and live up to my god-given potential.
“When the student is ready, the teacher will appear.”
Well, today I met my teachers.