Master Key Experience Week 11: I can bear fruit.
This week I really feel the compounding effects of the exercises. It’s funny we are told that this would eventually happen, but I am not sure I totally believed it. I am not sure why. I had seen the effects already as far as my commitment which in the past was something, I had a hard time with. Yet! Even in week 11 I was still having doubts. That goes to show you how entrenched the old blue print is. I found my self not being fully committed to the readings. Not realizing how much I am cheating my current and future self.
Then I go back to Og and remember “failure does not course in my veins”. That in order to win I must persist. Persistence includes my commitment to the readings. I have gone through the Greatest Sales Man and highlighted some sentences that I believe will help me on this journey. There is no need to fight this experience. I am already doing things I would have never done in the past, like writing a blog about my personal experience. So, I view this as one of the many wins that are still yet to come.
I analyzed the sentences I highlighted in Og and became fully aware of the theme, persistence is not about grand action, but rather the small actions we take everyday on our way to success. Og wrote, that we get to our goals after we take a step. Maybe not at the first step, but we have to take a step. To this he says, “In truth, one step at a time is not too difficult.” So, we persist, because any endeavor requires it. We cannot give up because we failed the first time or even a thousand times. One trifling blow of an ax will not fall a mighty oak, but many will. I had to remember that. When I first started my wellness business, I was afraid to swing the ax. For me swinging the ax means putting myself out there and attracting my ideal client.
In the beginning I did not see any success. So, there was only doubt in my mind. The Master Key Experience reminded me I already had the tool I needed to succeed I just had to use them. I had to be willing to take the small steps, “…the small attempts, repeated…complete any undertaking.” I am starting to see the truth in all of this.
This week’s reading from Hanaal talks more about the certitude of the power of the laws of the mind. He says that the laws govern all things and are unwavering. I am starting to delve deeper into the seven laws.
In 11-1 Hanaal says “Inductive reasoning is the process of the objective mind by which we compare a number of separate instances with one another until we see the common factor that gives rise to them.” For me finding patterns is now an everyday thing. It’s through the patterns that I can see the future I want for myself. I know that so many before me have done this and succeeded. Hanaal says inductive reasoning is the purest of the operation of the mind. We hold the burning desire in our mind and know that is has been accomplished and it will be. I have been writing my PPN for weeks now and I am finally seeing that it is a reality. I know that they will happen. It is already in existence. The only limitation on my PPN is the limitation I place on them. I must nurture by PPN and watch them come to fruition. It is no longer a matter of hope, it will happen.