Master Key Experience Week 2, Yeah this is going to take some getting used too.
So, it seems week two of the Master Key Experience has proved to be a welcomed challenge. While this is just the beginning of my journey, I am experiencing some changes that I hope to continue long after this experience has ended. I am not as quick to anger or beginning in defense mode.
In order to participate in the Master Key Experience, I had to apply for a scholarship. The group before mine voted to pay it forward and play for my group to attend for free. Thank you MKE 2018! One of the requirements to get a scholarship was to take Color Code Personality Test. My color is WHITE, we are logical. I was initially skeptical about the test, was pleasantly accurate.
I am enjoying reading the scroll as I am continuously experiencing the scroll in a different light with each read. One of my favorite parts of the Master Key Experience is working on my Dharma. Writing my Dharma is a lot of work. To write my Dharma I have to know myself and what I want. I am getting to know who I am and what I want. Thank you to my guide for helping me work through this process.
I began writing my Dharma last week. It was very logical and straight forward, that’s my personality color show its self. I have written and re-written my Dharma several times. For the most recent revision my guide had to point out, in order to manifest my Dharma, I had to add more emotion. My initial response was, what do you mean, I incorporated a lot of emotion. Honestly, there was little to no emotions in my Dharma. Just a lot of facts.
Along with reading the scroll and some other material, each week we sit still for 15 minutes. Last week it was simply sitting for 15 minutes. Let me say it was not very easy. Within seconds my nose began to itch, I had to pee, my leg cramped up or something silly like that. I managed to make it thought the whole 15 minutes with out moving by Friday. This week we had to control our thoughts. That was fun!!! Imagine sitting absolutely still for 15 minutes while controlling your thoughts. Within seconds my mind began to wander. You do not realize how many irrelevant and disturbing thoughts go through your mind. You’ve heard the saying “Don’t let your mind wander, it’s too small to be out on its own.” Yup, that sounds about right.
Oh, and to make matters worst a few times I fell asleep. My goodness, what is going on with me. Last week I fell asleep reading scroll 1. This week I fell asleep sitting still trying to control my thoughts. I am sure some Psychiatrist would have to say something shrinky about it. Well based on my success at the end of last week’s reading, I will be okay. The prospect of controlling my body and thought for an extended amount of time by the end of this journey is exciting.