Week 10 – “Believe”

 

Merriam-Webster dictionary definition of ‘belief’: ‘ a state or habit of mind in which trust or confidence is placed in some person or thing.’

We use a Blueprint Builder every day in this course that has us recite to ourselves: “I will induce others to believe in me because I will believe in them and in myself.”  Is this the core of these teachings? Why are any of us participating in the Master Key Master Mind Alliance? Each of has their own reasons and they all probably boil down to wanting to create a more positive experience of ourselves in the world.  I say ‘in the world’ because that’s the ‘DO’ part and we have been shown how we benefit most by developing the ‘BE’ part first. We have spent the first third of the course drilling into ourselves three or more times a day a new blueprint that focuses on all three parts of the BE-DO-HAVE evolution of consciousness.

And now slowly but surely the Beingness part of us is taking hold. Now there are moments when I am that which I have been projecting myself to become. It’s like the profile of the Victorian lady Davene showed us (or was it an old hag). I watch myself slip back and forth between my ‘old’ sense of self and my desired one.  I find myself entangled in familiar, dead-end arguments that trigger the old neuro(tic)n wired patterns of thinking and feeling.  Now, in that moment, I stop feeling sorry for myself long enough to know (notice) this I do not want and I begin to consciously insert the image or thought to produce the feeling I do want. (Law of Substitution)! Other times I notice euphoria and certainty are present.

I am who I am willing myself to be. This is a habit of mind. One in which I have confidence in myself.

Believe.

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lisa lou

I love this line… “And now slowly but surely the Beingness part of us is taking hold.” You should make a poster for all us MKMMA classmates.

MasterkeyBrenda361

Love this Beingness! 🙂 You really did describe this well. Bravo!

Terrence G Neraasen

Indeed Andrew you have described this shift in consciousness nicely. Great progress is being made by you.

josette millar

I also found the back and forth shift between the old and the new. I just couldn’t express it as well as you did here. It’s like I’m not completely there but I’m shifting. Some moment it seems I’m already this new me and then other times I’m the old me. However, It doesn’t feel like sitting between two chairs, which is often a feeling I used to have. But as you explained a shift in perception between the beautiful, young Victorian lady and the old woman. It is in the subtlety in our perception. Thank you for describing it for me.

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