Blogging has been one of the many things we were challenged to do in this MKMMA class. I have been blessed, encouraged, and challenged by the other bloggers in this class. I would like to say thank you to all that have had a part in my growth. As a new blog roll begins on the week of the 20th, I just wanted to share how I was impacted by those in my group and How grateful I am!
Hal Kintigh shared in week 15 a Ted Talk video that was very inspiring and a must see. I realized as I watched it, that I am not FINE…I am FANTASTIC! I am Natures Greatest Miracle! I am also following the principle of the 5 second rule and if you want to know what that is, you will have to watch the video. 🙂 Thank you, Hal. This video was so helpful!
Jason Glodshlager shared in week 15 some great encouraging thoughts of the old blueprint trying to creep in but how he was triumphant in overcoming it and how powerful Gratitude is.
I woke up this morning, realizing that it is 2014 and that I only have about 5 more months until one of the major goals of my Definite Major Purpose must be achieved. And the gremlins started to sing…How are you going to do it? You only have a few months to achieve this goal of yours…it won’t happen…you can’t do it…just forget it! One of the more powerful exercises I have been utilizing is my Flashcards of Gratitude. We have learned that we can actually cause gratitude to happen as opposed to waiting for it. Focusing on our accomplishments, even the, like being able to boil an egg, helps to feed our conscious mind, and ultimately our subconscious a hearty diet of gratitude and positivity. This has enabled me to become deaf to those gremlins and hold on to my DMP. I appreciate you. Thank you, Jason!
John Manguray shared in week 15 how he let his light shine and others saw it loud and clear. He has insightful and encouraging posts.
Wow. It is amazing that I have been speaking with people all week where the words I use are critical. I had to prepare for what I was going to say and how I was going to say it to showcase my abilities to help them. Along comes Greatest Salesman Scroll 4 (I am nature’s greatest miracle and I am unique) , Master Key 15 and the webinar wherein Mark J speaks about an example of Davene’s experience working at the Honda dealer and how he bugged her to approach it with a DMP, Smart Goals, NARC, etc.
I decided to take the same approach for speaking with people and use some of the tools we have been working with. I have a large pile of index cards so I started to write down simple sentences of definite purpose, plans of action, importance of masterminding with them, what I’ve done right, and what makes me unique to share as I had my discussions. I flash carded these the same as my other flash cards to engrain these thoughts into my mind. This clarified my words so well that everyone I spoke to heard me loud and clear. I was amazed!
We are meant to shine in this world and not just blend in. I am learning that I have the power to let my light shine as God intended and how to do it. Thoughts in application. This is what we have been learning to do for 15 weeks. I appreciate your transparency. Thank you, John!
Renee Miron -Alimpich Shared in week 15, how she had suffered a severe cramp in her foot and how she used the Law of Substition and came up with a wonderful affirmation that I incorporated in my readings.
After what seemed like hours of agony but was most likely 6 or 7 minutes the cramp subsided, leaving me shaken and just a little bit afraid to move. Would it come back? I did not want to experience that again! My thoughts were filled with doom and gloom as I lay on the sofa until slowly, thankfully, my “subby” whispered- use the Law of Substitution! Tentatively I stood up, stretched my arms into the air and made myself proclaim energy and wellness for myself. I have a copy of Louise L. Hay’s book – You Can Heal Your Life, so I looked up cramps,muscles, and feet and sort of had to pick my jaw up off of the ground after reading the Probable Cause and the New thought Pattern entries. Our feet represent our understanding of ourselves, of Life, of others, fear of the future and of not stepping forward in life. Muscles represent our ability to move in Life, resistance to new experiences, and cramps represent fear, tension, gripping, holding on. The Probable Cause entries were hitting pretty close to home. I guess my ”Golden Buddha” has more cement on it than I thought. So, I decided to write down the affirmations from the New Thought Pattern onto an index card and add them to my daily routine of things I read aloud to myself. With this new insight, I think maybe a few more chunks of cement just hit the ground. I relax and allow my mind to be peaceful. I experience life as a joyous dance. My understanding is clear, and I am willing to change with the times. I am safe. I move forward in Life with joy and with ease. I am whole, perfect, strong, powerful, loving, harmonious and Happy.
Thank you so much for your posts Renee. They are always thought provoking and helpful!
Robert Paterson shares the reality that we are all Natures Greatest Miracle! We were not placed here by chane, we are special, rare and valuable beyond words!
As I’ve noted in previous blog posts, one part of the MKMMA “experience” that we have done since the beginning, is the reading of “The greatest salesman in the world” by Og Mandino.
We are reading it in a very particular way, ( not a one time read through) in order to gain the full effect of the words and the message within them.
Recently, we have moved on to “scroll” IV or chapter 11 in the book.
It’s a real eye opener
I AM NATURES GREATEST MIRACLE
So are you
We all are, each of us.
I really never gave it much thought before , but after reading this particular passage, I realize now how true it really is.
In it Og writes:
“Never has there been another with my mind, my heart, my eyes, my ears, my hands, my hair, mouth. None that came before, none that live today, and none that come tomorrow can walk and talk and move exactly like me.” Thank you, Robert for your encouraging and insightful posts!
I am grateful for all of you! May we continue on our journey full of Gratitude! Upward and Onward