Hello my dear friend, it has been two weeks since I have contributed to the blog and feel a yearning to connect with one and all. I wonder who out there is listening?! I have enjoyed the immensely powerful experience of the Master Key System with the Mark J, the world’s laziest networker and his wife the Faboulous Davene. Technically speaking I have graduated and past the course, but NOW WHAT! Although we are on our own, I long to be back in the groove again. So this blog is that faithful step, to put it out there in the universe. Within the past days I have been rereading, THE MASTER KEY SYSTEM. I also have pondering reflections from the book, ONENESS WITH ALL LIFE, written by Eckart Tolle.
Interestingly enough, I have experienced some anxiety and stress this past week, perhaps it’s growing pains. Groping to find my way on a road that is not yet charted. Tolle simply comments; ” Whenever you become anxious or stressed, outer purpose has taken over, and you lost sight of your inner purpose. You have forgotten that your state of consciousness, is primary, all else is secondary.”
Consider these words from Tolle: “Why do anxiety, stress, or negativity arise? Because you turned away from the present moment. And why did you do that? You thought something else was more important. You forgot your main purpose. One small error, one misconception, creates a world of suffering.”
Haanel writes in part nine; If you wish to change condition you must change yourself. ….. Suppose, then we desire to change conditions, how are we to bring this about? The reply is simply: By the law of growth. … Hold in mind the condition desire; affirm it as already existing fact…. By constant repetition it becomes a part of ourselves. We are actually changing ourselves; are making ourselves what we want to be.
As I write I am reminded what I must do for myself and this my friend is what you can do as well. The key we must return to is visualization. So how do we capture visualization? We capture it in our imagination, in our “sit’s,” in our stillness, in our silence.
Until we meet again, may your stillness be a blessing!