Wow! Week 2 of the Master Key Experience (MKE) is flying by!
First off, I’d like to say that I love the way MKE is designed! If it wasn’t for the structure, documentation, and accountability aspects of this program my brain would simply use confusion or find another reason as an excuse to remove the anxiety I’m feeling, keep my old blueprint, and quit. Thank you Mark and Davene!
So what’s my Title about this week? Well, I literally feel like I am fighting for my life! The life I know I was destined for. The life I know I’m capable of. The man I know I was put here to be and that’s inside of me just waiting to come out! The life of living BIG!
Week 2 has been challenging in a number of ways:
First, I feel like both my conscious and subconscious minds are fighting against any kind of change. They want to stay with the current programming. My conscious mind out of fear, my subconscious mind because that’s all it’s known for most of my life and it is not readily accepting any kind of new blueprint. But that just means I have to be persistent, have patience, and continue the repetition to bombard my subconscious mind so that it will one day finally accept the new blueprint. I am excited for that day and I know it’s coming. It’s only a matter of time!
Secondly, my old blueprint is really trying hard to prevent me from doing my daily MKE exercises by trying to make me forget, stall me, and/or make me mad. The worst experience I had this week was when I was frustrated working on some school homework for a class I’m taking. I was trying to get a paper done, but I couldn’t get my thoughts out. I had spend 4 – 5 hours on it already and it shouldn’t have taken me more than a couple of hours so I was a bit frustrated. Then my 6 month old lab/Shepherd mix puppies got into something they should’t have and I just lost it. I started yelling, screaming, and cussing at them. I got myself so worked up and pissed off that I skipped my MKE exercises that night. I know that was just my old blueprint doing everything it can to reject the new programming and remove the anxiety it’s feeling, but man that was not a proud moment for me. I’m actually kind of sad about letting that happen, but I’ve forgiven myself, and now I’m even more committed to seeing this thru.
Lastly, I spent a ton of time on the revision of my DMP. I don’t mind spending time on it, but the challenging part for me was trying to get my brain to think in clear pictures and statements of what I want. It isn’t used to doing that so working thru that process was a bit frustrating. Frustrating because I know it’s in me, but my subconscious is being stubborn and blocking it so it doesn’t flow easily. I’m very happy with how my DMP turned out, and I’m really looking forward to my guides feedback so I can continue making it better and better!
Yes this week was challenging, and as you can tell a common theme for me was the word “frustrating”. However, I didn’t expect this kind of change to be easy. And actually that’s OK because THE FIGHT FOR MY LIFE IS ABSOLUTELY WORTH IT ALL!
I will Persist! I will Succeed! I will Win! I BELIEVE!