Week one of blog:
Week one of my journey to self-discovery got off to a roaring start. Sunday’s Master Key Experience webinar had a few snags but worked itself out in the end. A lot overwhelming but optimistic feelings.
On Monday, Sunday’s overwhelming feeling turned to confusion, but I managed to get through all the readings. I realized confusion is a part of the journey
Tuesday- I feel like an expert now. That is in comparison to Sunday and Monday, of course. I watched the recordings of Sunday’s webinar and filled in some of the gaps. Sometimes you have to go back to the beginning and take things step by step to fully appreciate what you’re doing.
Repetition is key. That’s what I am getting in my readings. On Tuesday I had already read Scroll 1 of “The Greatest Salesman in the World” several times. I feel like I missed a lot on my first few readings of the scroll. The first few times I rushed through the reading. The thought of having to read and re-read the scrolls three times per day for the next 30 days, was daunting. Needless to say; this was not something I was looking forward too. I couldn’t focus so, I missed a lot. I am embarrassed to say, I feel asleep a couple of times. How embarrassing!
By Tuesday’s midday reading I was focused and looking forward to the next six months. Watching Sunday’s webinar clarified things for me. It put things into perspective. So, by the midday reading I saw something I missed during the first five times I read scroll 1. With the final reading of the day, I found something else I missed. This is going to be fun. Can’t wait to see what else I have missed.
I am sure I missed a lot because it was my first time reading scroll 1, naturally it takes multiple readings to get everything. We may want to think twice about how we read everything. I now know that I could not have gotten everything out of the reading in one, two or five sittings. This makes me feel better about my shame. However, I believe I missed a lot the first few times, because I was not opened to what I was reading. I thought of the readings as a chore. I was reading to get through the work. I wasn’t reading for meaning.
I can’t wait to read the other 9 scrolls.