Week 18 is almost what my topic implies . This week has been littered with a bunch of pushbacks from my old nemesis, (drumroll…) my old blueprint. Yeah these moments of denial reminds of this show that used to come on TV that was called What’s My Line? For anyone whose not familiar with this program, it featured three participants who would come out on stage and would take their seats. What you would hear and see next was the announcer giving a brief description of what the real person out of these 3 people actually did for a living. Each participant introduced themselves with the same name. The audience had to figure out which of these 3 people were the real person that the announcer was alluding to. At the end of the show the real person had to stand up. I thought about all of this pushback I started to encounter and bam, this show came to mind. As the new new blueprint is taking hold in subby, the old one seems to wants to cling to the last vestiges of power and domination. It doesn’t help also that living here in New York with Covid -19 is very real and has become a sobering reality. Can’t go anywhere, and I feel like there’s only so many things you can do differently everyday before boredom sets in along with feeling a bit frustrated that a part of my freedom has been taken away. It can also be a point of weakness and vulnerability. Trying to make up an excuse for moving backwards instead of forwards. So I’ve been taking the initiative to dig in harder with applying a new consciousness and reality everyday. Making every thought, idea, action, a normal thing to do. What I do notice and like is how I’m able to stay focused on the task at hand, which is evolving into the new me. I feel myself still clinging on to what I know, but now it’s only for a few moments as I clearly understand exactly wants happening: my withdrawal symptoms. I actually reprimand myself in a good and positive way to keep it movin’, keep the momentum flowing . I realize that I’m going through the natural stage of grief, and that it’s disguising itself as denial. In realty I’m at a point of that Threshold in My Heroes ‘Journey. My music studies are coming along great due to my daily sits, and I’m on the precipice of experiencing huge strides in my involvement in my Internet business. By taking at least 30 minutes daily of thinking about the person I intend to become, my vision and faith are becoming clearer and clearer. It just seems that everything I choose to do is the right thing, and what I should be doing. The only thing that can put a monkey wrench in everything is me. You know, the funny thing is that I really believe what I’m saying. I really can’t get that feeling out of my mind the fact of being kind to myself and others is one of the keys to my success. It’s sticking to me like glue. This week I choose courage as my virtue to observe. I see it so much in myself and others. What I’m choosing to accomplish and become is a mountain not a grain of sand. The Old me whom I thought was my Authentic self looks at all this desire and taking charge of this ship as a daunting task. Then there’s the other me that wants to say, ‘THIS IS GOOD ENOUGH, TAKE A BREAK”. I realize that this is a pivotal point of success or failure. I wanted adventure, now I got it. I’m observing the slight reluctance to keep on track, but I’m dealing with this now than later. The real authentic me is standing up amongst the imposters of myself making the claim, I’m Whole, Perfect, Powerful, Strong, Loving, Harmonious, and Happy.
This week has been a week of just feeling downright happy and grateful. Everyday I just keep giving my self permission to be powerful and happy. For me reading certain parts of week 17’s lesson in the Masterkey book talks about being careful not to worship symbols but to be more mindful of focusing on the true source of power. Thoughts of courage, abundance, health, honor instead of fame, wealth instead of riches, servitude instead of position. I realize how important these facts are. Upon taking time out during the day to ponder these facts, I’m finding myself being so grateful to accept this new form of thought and am experiencing this strange feeling of being happy and yet more powerful each day I live from morning to evening. I can’t express the importance of flashing my index cards and writing out my 3 gratitude’s everyday. When I look back at what a year the world experienced, a deadly virus, economic upheaval, racial division within America, long lines of people waiting to receive food at food banks, I’m still so grateful at how good life treated me this year. I’m so glad that I took the imitative to take this fantastic course again, as it has truly brought me to a state of mental consciousness in which I’m engaged in a different fork on the road. Not living by precedent but by my compass is rescuing me from a life of quiet desperation and regret. There’s always a blessing in what seems to look so chaotic and disastrously bad. By concentrating on the things I want and truly desire, my compass has put me on a collision course for success. It seems like everything that I desire is slowly taking form in what I see will happen eventually. NOW I feel like Charles C Barnes. NEVER giving up on my dreams. I see more than ever the true importance of making sure my DMP was written in certain and correct way. I think the biggest breakthrough for me was realizing that I’m already successful. Now when I completed the course before, I can’t tell you how many times I listened to the Greatest Secret by Earl Nightingale. I took the initiative to read it again this time and there was one thing that really caught my attention. He talked about the absurdity of waiting to get heat from a stove before you put the wood in it to start a fire. Or thinking that when get the things you desire, then you become successful. I’m so grateful to realize it’s your thoughts that are woven from good fabric, and whether or not your desires are compliant with the Universal mind and Universal Law. Just by staying engaged in my daily exercises has strengthen my memory, concentration, and thought imeasurably. Even when I think about something or say something I’m developing the unconscious knack of making sure it’s thought out a certain way, and then spoken correctly, because I realize that words are the highest form of architecture in civilization. Also the more I observe kindness the more I see it. I ‘m so grateful to know that all I have to do is keep doing what I’m doing at the highest level I can operate at and everything I ask for will given unto me. Serving others is becoming a wonderful experience filled with joy. So while I’m on my journey, it’s being filled with some memorable and unforgettable experiences. Now I truly feel and know what it says in Scroll 2, I greet this day with love in my heart. I must be before I can do😀 I’m so grateful.
This week our task was to observe acts of Kindness for the whole week. I found this to be a very interesting assignment. The more I observed Kindness, the more I realized that I truly manifested Kindness. I’ve always been a person that always relished being kind to others without really thinking about the true power and benefits to others as well as myself that it brings. I get this feeling of pure joy and feel privileged to perform such an act and gleefully see the expression of thankfulness accompanied with a smile. You know, you never know how you might make a persons day by doing such a altruistic and unselfish act and making them smile. I certainly know because I’ve also been the recipient of such an act. I truly love and respect all my fellow MKE family filled with same kindness I posses https://karinmyjourney.wordpress.com/2020/12/24/week-13-master-key-experience/ I’m learning even to be more kinder to myself by not looking at myself in a negative manner. I rejoice if I notice a thought or action that at the time might have not been the best decision to carry out but what is done is done. But I realize that I get a chance to get better and better. Being an ardent observer of myself I get a chance to grow, thus using the Law of Dual Thought by replacing any thought with a good feeling that I wish to use and the Law of Growth by getting better. I realize that by having this all important virtue clears a path to infinite wisdom, and spiritual enlightenment. Kindness gives my thoughts and actions vitality and strength to get the things I desire. I believe Kindness is also linked with having love for all humanity. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been told, “you always see more good in people than the bad” . This was said in a manner as if I had some sort of weakness that needed to be eliminated. I never realized how kindness can create everlasting friendships, or leave an indelible good impact on others that they never forget. My good friend and music teacher sometimes tells me about a moment long ago where he needed an amplifier for a very important audition that catapulted his career. He had asked numerous friends to extend that favor of borrowing an amp for him, but to his astonishment he only got rejected from the very folks whom he thought were his friends. He reminded me that when he asked me, I unhesitatingly said yes. What astounded him even more was that I brought the amp to his house. I still to this day feel that it was no big deal to me because I’ve always felt that the feeling I experience when performing an act of kindness is more valuable to me than any amount of money or accolades that I could receive as some sort of payment or some boastful news I could share with others . I once read a truly unbelievable (BUT A TRUE STORY)
about a man who was homeless. Everyday people would see this man and ignore him as they hurriedly past him by going to work. Then on one occasion a lady approached him whom was well dressed and asked him, ” would you like something to eat?” Now the man was only used to people ridiculing him, so he angrily told her “no”. At this point a policeman who saw what was going on came over to the women and asked her if everything was okay. She told the officer everything was fine, but could he help her take this man over to a nearby restaurant that she had spotted. The officer agreed, so off they went to the diner. When they arrived, they sat down and the woman asked for some coffee and something to eat for the man. When the waiter came , he noticed how filthy the man looked and told woman the man would have to leave. At that point the manager noticed what was going on and approached the table. At that point the woman let him know who she was. How she was the CEO of the company his restaurant does business with. The manger and policeman who was still there were astonished. The manager then brought something eat and drink for the man. As the man was eating, the woman then looked at the homeless man and said, “you don’t remember me”? The homeless man then took a good look, AND realized who she was. She told him how years ago when she was young and just graduated from college, how she came into this very restaurant they were now sitting in, and how when he was working there, gave her something to eat free of charge. After she left, she had a job interview at the very place where she became the CEO. She never forgot that act of kindness this man performed for her. She then gave the man money to clean himself up and gave him instructions to go to her company, tell them who sent him. Not only did he get a job, but she set him up with an apartment! So I’m so grateful to know that I manifest kindness.
As I’m sitting down and thinking about what I’m going to write this week in my blog, it seems like I’ve got the proverbial “writer’s block. My mind seems to be drawing a blank. It’s actually early morning like 1:00am and I think I got side tracked a little this week with really watching what was happening in America. A lot of chaos and negative scenes on TV of what occurred in our nations’ capital. Disturbing? Heck yeah it was. Folks that were misinformed about the election were acting mindlessly and violently. As I witnessed this cacophony of confusion, I’m thinking, what a perfect example of how the conscious mind can send false information to subby and create discord, fear, cynicism, and wrong thinking that lead to disastrous proportions. I’m thinking that it’s is soooo good to be a self directed thinker and not let my thoughts and feelings cloud my judgement and get caught up in all of the confusion that other people unfortunately fall victim to. If it weren’t for me being diligent and following my compass plus reading my index cards and waking up and writing 3 things to be grateful about, I would probably be thinking that everything is only becoming worse and worse with no end in sight. It makes all the difference in the world when you can wake every morning being happy. Now my peptides are sending new information to my mind and it’s starting to get accustomed to demanding and excepting a new experience and reality. Scroll #4 states that “I am natures greatest miracle”. I’m a unique creature. There’s no one like me. I follow my own path. I’m not caught up in the frenzy of the crowd. I can’t explain it but, while I was sitting down in the park for a moment, I got this feeling of power, self confidence, while I looking around at the trees, and looking up at the sky, and it was absolutely amazing. I thought about reading all the good things that I actually did right in my life and it was incredible. In the Franklin Makeover, I choose Decisiveness and I immediately started seeing acts of Decisiveness everywhere from motorists making a decisive decision when they had to make a turn onto another street. From people in the deli decisively telling the cook what they wanted. There were movies that I watched on TV where people had to make quick and decisive decisions. Because I observed all this occurrences of Decisiveness, it was then that I realized that I possessed decisiveness within me. Even though I’ve been under the weather a little bit this week, I find myself getting out of the bed and writing my blog at this time in the morning with no hesitation which I looked at as being decisive. Through implementing R2A2 every time I discover a new unfoldment, it increases my mental and emotional capacity to grow and realize new frontiers that corelate to my PPN’s. Now I understand one important fact that the Law of Compensation says and that is, for everything that is gained there is something we lose (I like to use a more positive word like let go). There’s some sort of compensation that must happen for everything we do whether it’s good or bad. I’m learning to carefully construct my thoughts and words in a special positive way so that my thoughts and words become as being the highest form of architecture in the world we live in. Now I find myself talking to friends explaining to them how important it is to use the right words when they speak so they can actually get the things they desire without getting the same of what they don’t want. I see that you can’t give what you don’t have. You’ve got to be before you can do. I’m learning more and more about myself and the Universal Law, Spiritually and Intellectually. What are powerful combination. Looks like the 2nd time around in this course is truly a charm.