Wednesday, 16 October 2019

Master Key Experience, Week 3: I Am Changing!

This week, I've made a promise to myself:

"Should there be anything 'too good to be true' in the Master Key Experience,
I believe it anyway - for I have nothing to lose, but 
everything to gain!" 
                                                                     - And I always keep my promises. 

My old blueprint is being re-written. Small changes, perhaps, but changes nevertheless! This being only the 3rd week out of 6 MONTHS all together, I can't stop but wondering which changes I will make in the months to come! But let me not haste, but rather celebrate the changes I have noticed. 

Ahh, the magic of repeating!! 
1) Little did I know that the repeating of "Do it Now!" 25 x, twice a day could cause such an impact!! (If I have been a master of anything before, I've been a master of procrastination). But lo and behold - I now DO stuff and I want to be a Master of 'Doing it Now!'
2) Little did I know that my subby would actually take me seriously when I keep repeating my PPN's! But she does, even if my old blueprint is kicking and screaming. (But we all know who will win THAT battle! Ha!)

The other change I'm seeing is with what I choose to feed my mind. (I used to binge watch all kinds of brain-dead series on various streaming platforms). This week, whenever I've felt like kicking back and just watch something, it's been "feel-good" series and friendly talk shows, or even uplifting stuff such as "You are the Placebo" with Joe Dispenza (which I highly recommend!), and other relevant videos on YouTube - relevant as in in line with the teachings of the Master Key Experience; topics I want to feed to my mind and, in turn, teach my subconscious. 

I am also much more aware when I hear myself complain, and I am getting better at stopping myself in the tracks. Same goes for stopping my own negative self-talk and whenever I feel, think, or say anything that is nothing more than my old blueprint's pessimistic B.S.! Admittedly, I am not a master at stopping it yet - but I am improving!

My mind is The Watchman of the Gate - whatever my mind is thinking of, my subby will be influenced by. Period. I do not want to engage in conversations that only causes stress, fear, anxiety and the likesHaving said that, I want to be able to "shut off my mind's ear", or at least not having a fearful reaction to whatever is thrown my way. But until I can do that, (and I am confident that we will learn how as this course unfolds), I am in charge of what I allow entering into my mind. 

This week I am really enjoying reading the Master Keys! I find everything regarding the Solar Plexus very interesting. For much too long I have been painfully aware of that part of my body, as if my Solar Plexus has been nothing but a hard knot. However, for the past 8 months yoga and meditation have helped me to get a better flow of energy through the Solar Plexus, and now I have yet another power tool - The Master Key Experience - to achieve a healthy flow; a flow that is now in the process of healing my entire body from the injuries and illnesses that have stopped me from living a life FREE of chronic pain. Let me say that again: A flow that is now in the process of healing my entire body. It has not healed yet, but the process has begun even if I can't notice it. In fact, I overdid some physical labour the other day, thinking '"My spine has healed!" - but of course it hadn't ...not yet!  I had to remind myself of this line from Scroll 1: "Yet, within my allotted time I must practise the art of patience for nature acts never in haste." 

Patience, Bibi. P a t i e n c e.  

It's all good. Relax.

♥ ♥ ♥

Recommened MKE blog posts this week:

Lior, Week 3 - The Wrestle:
Rebecca, Week 3 - How bright is MY Solar Plexus Shining?:

(All photos from Pixabay, 100% royalty free. I'm not affiliated)

Wednesday, 9 October 2019

Master Key Experience, Week 2: I Have Faith

I am starting to get a better picture of what it's all about .... and I have faith that the MKE process works, if I do the work. And I will. I AM!

This week I'm focused on finding my purpose and desires, and will tweak my written DMP accordingly. I want to make sure my habits are supportive of those desires - my desires. Not anyone else's - not what I've previously thought that I "ought to" desire. 

My two PPN's are 'True Health' and 'Recognition for Creative Expression'. The latter has always been there, on some occasions also fulfilled, whereas True Health isn't something I have prioritised over the years... and the result is obvious. I don't want to go into details, suffice it to say that my health NEEDS to be a priority, or I'll never reach any of my desires ... 

There are many things that need to change in order for me to gain True Health. Physically, I am on my way ...(albeit slowly). In February I started doing yoga, which has helped this stiff and painful body of mine a LOT, especially when I practise yoga every day. Since July I have lost 11 kilos (just over 24 pounds), which is one 3rd of my goal, and I know with certainty that I will reach my goal - effortlessly! However, there is one more thing I know that I need to do, and soon, but I dread it: I need to stop smoking!! But first I must really want to. (That's my excuse for not having quit already).

For the past 10 months, I have also taken actions to better my mental health, which was in crumbles after I "hit the wall" with a bang in December 2018. I'm not quite back to where I was before that "collision", but I am confident that the MKE will not only speed up the process, but also be much better (understatement of the year) than anything else I have ever tried to overcome the mental issues that have been a part of my life, and held me back, for as long as I can remember - such as anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, and what have you ...

If my health wasn't in such urgent need of improvement, I'm pretty sure that 'Liberty' would have been the 1st choice of my PPN's. Even if we could pick only two, my need for liberty will be baked into my DMP, as it's such a vital one for me. 

During MKE Week 1, I felt overwhelmed and I had doubts. As I write this, Week 2 has just begun, but I feel so much better already! Sure, there is a lot of work and I have no idea how any of you can do it all in just 2-3 hours a day. I guess I read and write slowly, for now. But that's OK - for now I have faith that the MKE can indeed teach me to change my life around, and I am willing to do the work - it's the best time investment I can do!

Here's a photo of a card I made a few years ago (the text is a rubber stamp). I will keep this quote as a reminder this week: "Always believe that something wonderful is about to happen". 'Cos it is! :-)

I have lots of faith,

and I promise to use it wisely.

I always keep my promises.

- Bibi

Tuesday, 1 October 2019

Master Key Experience, Week 1

This record of my journey will and must be honest. I am done pretending to be what I am not, done pretending to be happy and/or excited when I'm not. If I am to chip off all those layers of cement that hides the gold underneath, I must be honest and not pretend that I have chipped off more than I actually have ...

So far? About 2 grams worth of cement. Hey, it's a start!

I am certain that it is indeed possible to get it all off. Gram by gram, till tons of cement have been turned into dust.

I am optimistic. I have done most of my homework every day, and I have particularly enjoyed reading Scroll 1. As for the Master Key, Part One ... there are things I don't understand how can be, things I do not believe (yet?), but I do read it every day and I am open minded (I think!). It will all make sense later. Right? 

It all feels a bit overwhelming right now; repeatedly reading in a foreign language (I am Norwegian, btw). I have an OK grasp of the English language, but - and I believe this is an important but - working with my own mind in a language that is not my own feels ... superficial, I s'pose. Language is such an important part of our identity, and when I communicate in English I really don't FEEL the words. I can say a lot of things in English with ease, things I wouldn't normally express in my own language. Take 'I love you', for instance. I can say that to anyone. But the Norwegian words that expresses the same? Nope. I don't say those words easily, other than to my dog.  I think that if the texts I read were in Norwegian, they would not only speak to my mind, but to my heart as well. Having said that, I guess I just have to trust that the words will find a path on their own into my heart, into my core and - yay - into my subconsciousness! After all, my "subby" is pretty darn smart. (As I typed that, I could feel her nodding inside me ...).

I sent in the 1st draft of my DMP the other day and soon got a revision back, one which I found most interesting. My guide seems to be a very nice and wise person, and I trust her inputs on how to improve my DMP.

I AM grateful to be on this journey. I truly am! I just struggle with a few things, that's all ...

That's it for now. Thank you for your time.

Keep up the good work, all you golden nuggets out there! ♥

Optimistically yours,