Whenever we are working hard to make major changes in our lives, we meet with resistance. I now understand that this resistance is really my old blueprint trying to knock me back to the status quo. That has made it easier to push through thoughts like “You can’t do that.” or “That’s too hard.”
One of the things that really stuck with me from the webinar we just had is the idea that most people are programmed to think completely backwards by looking at their available resources first and then making plans based on hose resources. SO, the key is to figure out what I really want without considering my current resources. To me, resources doesn’t just mean money, it means my current talents and capabilities and my perception of them.
So, I am continuing to push through edits to my Definite Major Purpose (DMP) statement to make sure I am writing what I actually want instead of some watered down version of just settling for what I think I might be able to get. But, the challenge is more than just negative thoughts and the temptation to settle. Its also trying to really understand the core of what I want. I am questioning some of the things that I thought I wanted for a long time. So, I am going to have to sort through that quickly to get to the truth.
We also discussed Personal Pivotal Needs. The 2 that resonate with me are Recognition for Creative Expression and True Health. I definitely see my need to be creative with music and even with business as well. And, I want to be thought of by others as creative. To me, true health means having physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health. It means having that inner peace and alignment where my whole mind is working for me and helping me get what I want out of life.
So, a lot of work to do in the next couple of days to refine that DMP and get some clarity on what I want.
Finally, here are links to some of my friends and colleagues who are also a part of the Master Key Experience:
- Birgitte Carstensen’s Blog
- Gerhard Mering’s Blog
- Jamie McArthur’s Blog
- Jennifer Porter’s Blog
- Jo Ann Spearmon’s Blog
- Mimo Pearl’s Blog