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Week 16  Kindtagious

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I have been enjoying this week very much. I find myself fully revitalized on my MKE mission, I have some time and space to focus the way I want to on the exercises, the readings, and the always challenging mental diet.

The MKE exercises have been amazing, great tools, brain trainers, to keep my own goals and behaviors in my mind, with the use of repetetive readings, and associations with shapes, colours and index cards. Now they are pretty much habits, good habits……But I must say, this shift into looking for the virtues in other people’s actions has been the eye opener that was promised. The Franklin makeover is really resonating with me, as a practical application of all that we have been learning.

This week of kindness has been particularly powerful. Firstly reading all the RAKs on the kindness page has been wonderful, people are getting into it, and…

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Blog 15 the Ripple-ectomy

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Hello to all who stumble across this blog. It seems every week has its intense moments. A few short weeks ago I was very discouraged at my performance in the MKE. As I was at my lowest, that’s when it happened, it seemed every lesson, every scroll, points discussed in the webinars, were absorbed on a deeper level at the very moment I needed them the most. My partner, my guide, my tribe, and the blogs of others reinforced I am not alone, these new habits, this remembering who we are, is a true shock to our system.

The ferocity with which my old blueprint wants to protect itself is quite remarkable…To replay some of the things I had thought or said last week, to be that third person in the room, and see my behaviour, was an amazing display of the ego feeding the subby, with undesirable information, embracing…

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Week 16 Jim Moll

In order to be creative, it requires three steps: idealization, visualization and materialization. (Haanel) Thoughts and words, combined with imagination, can conceive something. Everything we can see, touch, feel and that appears in the material world  at one time  was “simply” a thought. With the aid of language , the idea or thought is given clarity by visualization, in such detail that it can be produced or manifested. Look around. Everything you see was once a thought in someone’s mind. All of creation was once a thought in the Creator’s mind, and the Word created all that we see. Thus the same creative process continues in our lives today. By it’s nature, thought precedes and determines action, which then  yields results.

This same process occurs in the invisible or spiritual world. Thought, action, result. Be, do, have. Adults would tell us, in a simple way: “Think before you act. Think before you speak.”

“Imagination is a good servant but a poor master.” (Haanel) Paul Myers said: “What the mind of man can conceive and believe, it can achieve.” He echoed the thinkers who proceeded himself. “As a man thinketh, so shall he be.”

This week we focused on Kindness. To observe, to do, to be kind. The more we gave, the more we received. My family participated,  and it was a joy to hear of all the acts of kindness that were happening in so many places. This MKE course is life changing, starting with self discovery and self development. “The room for improvement is the biggest room in the world.”

Master Key Experience week 16; Miracle

Brenda shares one example of how being observant changes “everything” around us.

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As I look around me for kindness this week, I am amazed that I rarely saw kindness before! That I was so unfocused, so in my own little world, not to notice kindness with out trying to see it! I am so grateful for this exercise this week! One thing I noticed today was my sweet little 5 year old boy! We decided to go visit his great 95 yr old grandma, and we didn’t want to show up empty handed so I let him pick out some donuts and orange juice at the store! When we got to the store my son opened the door for me, his little brother, and a guy walking in behind us! The guy smiled and said thank you, and I also said “Thank you Jaron you are so nice to hold the door for other people”. It just made his…

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Week 15 Jim Moll

Each week in Master Key Experience (MKE) I have assignments, along with a host of other activities which are building upon the foundation which is already in place. Progressions, permutations, persistence. patience…you get the idea! Good habits take effort, bad habits grow automatically, like weeds in nature. It has been said that 95% of what we do is based on habits, and generally speaking, we need habits to function in our daily activities. Just think how our day would be, if we had to lean anew each time we wanted to do something, like driving a car, cooking a meal, etc. Our thinking is also habitual, and gets “set in cement” over time. Therefore, I work on good habits and think good thoughts!

The role of the subconscious is illustrated by the following poem.

In “Seeds of Greatness”, Denis Waitley wrote “My Robot” :

I have a little robot, that goes around with me,

I tell him what I’m thinking, I tell him what I see.

I tell my little robot, all my hopes and fears,

He listens and remembers, all my joys and tears.

At first my little robot, followed my command,

but after years of training, He’s gotten out of hand.

He doesn’t care what’s right or wrong, or what is false or true,

No matter what I try now, he tells ME what to do!

One of our assignments over the next 13 weeks is to follow Wise Ole Ben Franklin’s efforts to improve himself, focusing as he did, on 13 Virtues, one for each week. Mark J added a twist: we only focus of the positive aspect of each virtue. Hence, this week I observe “Courage”, wherever I can see it. This can be observed in people, animals, even in fiction, or in the news. The biggest “secret” was that these virtues already exist within us! Observation helps us to manifest these virtues in our own lives. Oh, what fun it will be in the following weeks!!

Because of my interest in words, and the power of words, I am including a quote by Haanel that I want to share: “Accuracy in building words and sentences is the highest form of architecture in civilization and is the passport to success.” Many authors have pointed to vocabulary and use of language as the best indicator of a person’s success in the work world. Who is our most important audience? Who needs to be a ‘Watchman” to the gate into our subconscious? Words are thoughts; thoughts have power. It has been written: “The pen is mightier than the sword.”  The Bible says that the Word of God is a two edged sword.” Bonar writes: “Speak truly, and each word of thine shall be a fruitful seed.”

Open your heart, open your mouth, let your light shine forth!



Week 14 Jim Moll

To this point, I have learned that ALL thought is creative, not that “some thought is creative, but that all thought is creative.” So, of course this gives equal power to negative thinking! Joined with feelings, the Law of Growth will manifest those thoughts which we allow to take up space or “rent” space in our minds. How is it with you? Have you become aware of how often negative thoughts wish to dwell on your mind? Have you learned to displace them, banish them with the power of positive thinking? Yes, I include you as well as myself in the questions, because you also need to live in your body for the rest of your lives. Have you learned to truly observe yourself, and how you react to people and situations? Have you succeeded with a 7 day mental diet, with zero negative thoughts? This is an amazing journey, meandering through my mind, discovering who I really am, where I want to go, who I am becoming! Without food, negativity gradually atrophies.

Wisdom surrounds me, just as other natural substances, waiting for a receptive and willing learner. The key is to make the decision, “firmly believing, in no wise doubting”, giving no room for interference, seeking and asking, allowing harmony to resonate with my purpose and calling in this life.

George Adams writes: “Learn to keep the door shut, keep out of your mind and out of your world, every element that seeks admittance with no definite helpful end in view.”

Week 13 Jim Moll

Inductive reasoning ,scientific reasoning, has brought manifold blessings to mankind. Man has learned how to harness the natural powers of nature, and enabled mankind to do things which seemed like science fiction in ages past. There are immutable, fixed laws of nature by which the universe functions, and man has the capacity, through the gift of thought or reason, to discover things that have existed throughout the ages, but were hidden to him.

However, it is only by the creative power of thought the outward, physical world can be released to it’s potential which already exists. By focusing our thoughts on the desired outcome, we are drawn to it, and it towards us, naturally. This only happens when we put our knowledge  into action, as Haanel writes.  He continues: “Therefore, in giving thoughts of courage, inspiration, health or help of any kind we are setting causes in motion which will bring forth their effect.” This sets the “Law of Attraction” into motion.

Benjamin Franklin wrote: “Strengthen my resolution to perform that which Wisdom dictates.” Thus I continue in my quest to be of service in this world in the spirit of BOSA (Be of service attitude.)