277489-what-consumes-your-mind-controls-your-lifeWell week 3 has been a week of plowing and hacking through the fields of thick underbrush, trees that block out the sunlight, weird sounds at night, (old thoughts and habits)  and running around like a chicken with my head cut off. With my trusty machete (Og Mandino, DMP, index cards,blueprint builder, MKMMA lessons), I hacked and hacked and hacked my way through and walked into this big Savannah and while looking around in wonder, I said to myself, ‘wow this is different’. As I walk through this new setting (new thoughts and habits) I still have to watch where I’m going because there are swamps (old thoughts), and marshes (old habits) lurking everywhere, so I’m always on the alert to make sure I don’t take a wrong turn and fall into one of those pitfalls. I’m on this journey to reach this city called THE NEW ME. Week three has been a week of commitment for me. It really has been a challenging week for me. With all the other things I’m currently doing, this course can really seem quite disruptive at times. But I realize and observe that my old self with my old habits are putting up a titanic battle with the new thoughts and habits. When I say to myself, this is but a small price to pay for the happiness and success that is mine, I gather strength and enthusiasm. Also I am witnessing certain things I’m doing automatically. I see just by doing everything that I’m supposed to do, I’m actually creating new habits. I don’t have time to think about anything negative, and if I do, it only lasts for a few minutes and I’m back on course again. After watching the week 3 Webinar that included the section on writing your DMP, it gave me a clearer picture on how to correctly formulate thoughts and write them down correctly so subby can start to accept those thoughts and demands. I’m starting to understand how important it is to be concise and enthusiastic about what I’m really looking for out of life, and what makes me feel at peace. I understand how important it is to realize that our conscious mind is the gate-keeper of our subconscious mind. Making a conscious effort to eliminate the usage of such words as can’t, if, maybe, just, will, produces a major effect on the subconscious mind. I feel like it empowers myself tremendously with self-confidence, belief, and faith when it comes to any endeavor that I undertake. I’m learning that it forces me to be accountable for everything I say and do. This couldn’t have come at a better time than now. I can now see how even though I picked 2 PPN’S out the 7, in the end you actually acquire all 7 anyway. I now realize that the intention or the cause and not the effect is the focal point, and when attached with a strong belief coupled with a great feeling of joy and happiness bingo! THEN a person is motivated to a call to action that produces the methods and the results a person is looking for. Practice,  Practice, Practice. Now comes the work to make it happen automatically all the time.


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