We are in week 8 of the Master Key Experience and I am still tweaking my DMP. It is almost where it needs to be. I am struggling with the sacrifice portion. I have to figure out what I need to sacrifice in order to manifest my DMP. I also need to figure out how to say what I am willing to sacrifice in a positive way.
I have been working on the seven-day mental diet for the past two weeks and I am still on day one. The seven-day mental diet requires you to go seven full days without having a negative thought about yourself or anything else. If you have a negative thought, no matter where you are in the seven days, you must start over from day one. If you are on day 6 and have a negative thought you are right back at day one. I never realized how many negative thoughts I have.
Fox says the mental diet is fuel our mind and it determines the character of our lives. He says:
It is the thoughts you allow yourself to think, the subjects that you allow your mind to dwell upon, which make you and your surroundings what they are.
That is really powerful stuff. Every thought we have had in the past and our future thoughts influences our circumstances. Our negative thoughts create negativity in our life. The reverse is also true. Just as both the blueprint builder and Hannal say, any thought we persistently keep will eventually manifest itself into outward physical action or physical reality. The mental diet reinforces the Master Key lessons, that thought creates our environment. Fox states that thought is the cause and our environment is the effect. In other words, we are what we think. Fox also says we choose our lives, or we choose our conditions when we choose what we allow our minds to dwell on.
In week 7 of the Master Key experience when the seven-day mental diet was introduced was awesome. I was very focused on remaining positive. It was liberating. I noticed how being positive was having a positive affect on my day. Week 8 was not as successful. So, in week 9 I am recommitting myself to remaining positive and the 7-day mental diet.