Week 9 – Fuhgettaboutit!!

I’m continually amazed week in and week out with the Master Keys; this course is truly game (Life) changing!!

I knew the mind was powerful but I had no idea of the magnitude until taking this course. Everyday people “think” but this course takes it to a whole new level, truly mind-blowing pardon the pun. For the first time in my life, I feel like I’m actually using my mind properly.

1254880_72709589For those of you that are familiar with the movie “Rocky”, there is one scene where he runs up the stairs and starts jumping around with his arms in the air (Victory). Like Rocky I’m training my mind day in and day out without fail, (ironically I’m using the music from this movie for my recordings and which by the way I am listening to right now as I write). Although these mental exercise are simple yet so powerful at the same time is truly remarkable.

RockyBalboa5Visualization, a simple concept yet done properly is so powerful and can yield so much more, as Hanaal states in 8-15;

“Visualization is the mechanism of the attachment which you require. Visualization is a very different process from seeing; seeing is physical, and is therefore related to the objective world, the “world without,” but Visualization is a product of the imagination, and is therefore a product of the subjective mind, the “world within.” It therefore possesses vitality; it will grow. The thing visualized will manifest itself in form. The mechanism is perfect; it was created by the Master Architect who “doeth all things well,” but unfortunately sometimes the operator is inexperienced or inefficient, but practice and determination will overcome this defect.”

It has been pointed out the seven ways people learn;

  • Spatially
  • Musically
  • Interpersonally
  • Intrapersonal
  • Mathematically
  • Linguistically
  • Athletically

brainpower-1I have been doing these mental exercises separately but now we been asked to combine them and to “take it up a notch” to keep peppering the subconscious mind “Subby” until it has no choice but to manifest my definite major purpose (DMP), as MJ likes to say Fuhgettaboutit!!!!

I can feel my mind getting stronger everyday and in couple of months I’ll need to find a public building with some stairs so that I can run up them and jump around once I get to the top!

“I am whole, perfect, strong, powerful, loving, harmonious and happy.”

I always keep my promises!

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Week 8 – Move over, I’ll take it from here!!

** Gratitude to everyone for your comments for my previous week(s) blog post(s).**

Wow, what week of the MKMMA!! It was revealed to us, what we have been doing and how it is all connected, from the daily exercises to colors, shapes and the mental diet its all starting to make sense now and we are on the pathway to our golden Buddha.

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I have never been a person who wears his emotions on his sleeves; I have always internalized it and never have shown it openly as a guy I believe it made you weaker (old blueprint) but during last weeks webinar Kathy Z (Coach) talk about letting go and to give into these exercise with FULL FAITH. Ever since hearing that, I been full tilt into the exercises and emotions are flowing through me, I’ve lost count how many times I had tears run down my face when I read/listen to my DMP and even during my daily sits.

Big HeartAs we near the Christmas season, one my favorite movies is the Grinch and my favorite scene is the moment the Grinch realizes “love” and his heart grows 2 or 3 times bigger. This is how I feel now, I openly let those emotions (positive) in and more importantly I openly give away love to everyone and everything!!

WOW, what an amazing feeling it is now! As OG Mandino states,

“In silence and to myself I address him and say I Love You. Though spoken in silence these words shine in my eyes, unwrinkle my brow, bring a smile to my lips and echo in my voice; and his heart be opened. And who is there who say nay to my goods when his heart feels my love?”

“I greet this day with love in my heart.”

“… Most of all I will love myself. For when I do I will zealously inspect all things which enter my body, my mind, my soul and my heart.”

Hanaal explains further.

8 – 12 “A builder cannot build a structure of any kind until he has first received the plans from the architect, and the architect must get them from his imagination.”

8 – 20 “Real power comes from within. All power that anybody can possibly use is within man, only waiting to be brought into visibility by his first recognizing it, and then affirming it as his, working it into his consciousness until he becomes one with it.”

8- 22 “….this power is spiritual power, and this spiritual power is the power which lies at the heart of all things; it is the soul of the universe.”

8 – 25 “If you have been faithful to your ideal, you will hear the call when circumstances are ready to materialize your plans and results will correspond in the exact ratio of your fidelity to your ideal. The ideal steadily held is what pre-determines and attracts the necessary conditions for its fulfillment.”

As I’m beginning to see the cracks in the cement Buddha and I see the glorious golden color shining through and he looks simply amazing! I proudly wear my compass everyday and it touches my heart. I now follow my heart, I’ll go where ever it takes me, as my mind manifests it for me with these daily exercises.

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Week 7 – I’m Positive, Right?

** Gratitude to everyone for your comments for my previous week(s) blog(s).**

This week, we have been placed on a mental diet, I know what you are thinking what’s that? We all have been on a diet at one point in time; in my case I am try to loss weight countless times anyways the mental diet that’s something new.

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The following passage from Emmet Fox essay on “The Seven day mental diet”;

“…people often find that the starting of this diet seems to stir up all sorts of difficulties. It seems as though everything begins to go wrong at once. This may be disconcerting, but it is really a good sign. It means that things are moving; and is not that the very object we have in view? If my whole world seems to rock on its foundations, I hold on steadily, I let it rock and when the rocking is over, the picture will have reassembled itself into something much nearer to my heart’s desire.

 

The above point is vitally important and rather subtle. I see that the very dwelling upon these difficulties is in itself a negative thought which has probably thrown me off the diet. The remedy is not of course, to deny that my world is rocking in appearance, but to refuse to take the appearance for the reality (Judge not according to appearances but judge righteous judgment).”

Basically in a nut shell, it’s 7 day where we cannot entertain my negative thoughts about ourselves or others. Should be easy right? not so fast. It’s been a very challenging task over the last few days, I have lost count on the number of times I had to reset and start all over again.ResetButton1

Personally, I considered myself a fairly positive person but after attempting this diet, I realized that do entertain these thoughts. It’s been challenge as my fellow MKMMA’er will attest, but as Mark J would say “with challenge comes change”!!

If anything, what the last few days have taught me is that I need to dig in and not let these thoughts enter my mind. I have the tools at my disposal to curb these thoughts, such law of substitution, my compass, dream board, DMP and more importantly the law of giving.

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I am the gatekeeper and I will remain faithful to being positive and deflect any negative thoughts, with love and compass in hand nothing will stand in my way toward my dharma because I am in the flow!

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Week 6 – Reflection

We are in week 6 of this incredible journey, there is no shortage of topics to talk about this week as there is so much going on, it boggles the mind at times.

I am really enjoying being the observer over the past few weeks, noticing everything around me, actually wrote a blog about “smell the roses” a few weeks ago. Anyways, yesterday at a cold ice rink during my son’s skating lesson, I had one of those Hollywood flashback moments, watching my son and reflecting on my past 6 weeks of my journey and how far I have come.

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My son, who is 3 years old, just started taking skating lessons around the same time as I started this Master Key Course. He had done skating before but with either my wife or I on the ice with him, this was the first time he had to do it all by himself. During that first lesson, I could see that his was nervous and excited at the same time, I can’t remember how many times he fell but he got right back up again and kept trying. After the lesson, I asked how it was “it’s fun Dad, I love it” he replied, he didn’t think twice about the time he fell.

Week 2, same thing happened, he was unfazed and determined, Week 3, same thing happened, he was unfazed and determined ,Week 4 same thing happened, he was unfazed and determined ,Week 5 same thing happened, he was unfazed and determined

Week 6, during the initial start of the lesson you could sense the nervousness but you see his determination as well, with a little help from the instructor, he finally was able to glide on his own and be able to center his balance and not fall down. The smile and excitement on his face was simply priceless and as a parent to witness and recognize that moment was absolutely amazing.

Witnessing my son’s achievement made me realize how far I have come so far on this master key journey. Initially, I can remember being nervous and excited about what this course would bring and up to this point the journey has been incredible. Over the past few weeks, I have begun reconstructing my new “mental home”, replacing bad habits with good habits, negative thoughts with positive thoughts, learning the law of giving & receiving and being of service to others, just to mention a few. Thus laying the new foundation for my new mental home, this is a process just like how my son is learning to skate, learn the fundamentals first and the rest will follow.

At times, the course workload can seem tough but I know that it is part of the process and to build my new mental home I need a strong foundation.  In addition, to my family I know at anytime that I can lean on my fellow MKMMA’ers for support and guidance (THANK YOU!!!).

Just like my son, I promise to keep getting up and complete each task and like him I can see myself “gliding” to my new reality in 20 more weeks.

I promise to keep persisting through the work to create my new reality!!

I always keep my promises.

Paul K