2017 – Week 23 – This Is Why I Do This!
“Gosh, Nancy – you spend a lot of time on that Master Key thing.” Yes, I do, I’m thrilled to do it – This is why:
One part gentle, another part powerful
and in some parts scary.
A command to my Higher Self,
Find the inner strength that will
Reveal who I truly am.
I get to work with writer/poet Julie – read her post here!
I am privileged to work with Kim – happily from the same time zone! This is a great example of her diving deep into the topic:
For the month of February we have been reading Scroll V in Og Mandino’s “The Greatest Salesman in the World” The message of this scroll is presented to us in the first line: “I will live this day as if it is my last.” You hear this statement frequently perhaps you’ve even said it. Do you actually follow through with it? Sadly for most of us the answer is “no”. I know that I have had that recording playing in my head saying “Tomorrow… I take care of it tomorrow”. . . .continue reading
Another great reason I love being a Guide:
I got to come alongside Lori as she faithfully took each step of the journey:
“Today I will be a master of my emotions.”
The first time I read this opening sentence in Scroll VI of Og Mandino’s The Greatest Salesman in the World, it was with a bit of trepidation. Why the fear, apprehension and dread, you might ask? Because I’ve always thought of myself as a highly emotional being. And not in a positive way. I’ve blamed hormones, adrenals, mood swings, circumstances, even other people for a low or bad mood. I used it as an excuse, thinking that I had no control, which ultimately left me feeling disempowered. . . .continue reading
It brings people into my life that I otherwise would have missed:
And another wonderful woman that blessed my life is Cyndy, a woman with such courage:
Our assignment this week is to go into silence for 2-3 days with no talking, no cell phone or TV, and no computer. It becomes just you, your thoughts, and silence…but how can it be silence when your thinking is more intense than ever before.
This experience also collided with the reading of “Self-Reliance” by Ralph Waldo Emmerson, and listening to the recitation of “The Science of Getting Rich” by Wallace D. Wattles.…continue here
And I am in awe of their strength, resolve, and willingness to trust us with their dreams. It is an honor, and I am humbled being able to be part of the awesome transformation each and every member has gone through this year. Thanks for the opportunity, Mark and Fab D!
Have Faith and Keep Going!