I am back, I was a away for a short time going through some much needed mental and physical repairs, the most serious of these malady’s was a Headectomy, this is a Greek term and is used when someone appears to have their head up their ass by virtue of their actions or inaction’s whichever the case may be and in my case it was a little of both.
It seems that I have been so caught up in the fervor of creating a new reality for myself that I was not being mindful or faithful to the Gatekeeper. My focus had been so far off the track for the last few weeks I am not even sure how the train kept rolling.
This was not my first time straying course but what is now painfully clear is that I consumed a vast amount of energy once again trying to control the world without, looking for my answers where I know they cannot be found. The one true gift I get to take away from this distraction is that, it is painfully and positively evident to me that I now know the difference between being on or off track, it wasn’t that long ago that I would have struggled with that distinction. In keeping with the theme of my last few posts, I would like to share some of my favorite passages from the Master Key System, especially with those who are not part of this terrific MKMMA program.
Excerpts from Part Seventeen:
We are told that Man has “dominion over all things”; this dominion is established
through Mind. Thought is the activity which controls every principle beneath it. The
highest principle by reason of its superior essence and qualities necessarily
determines the circumstances, aspects and relation of everything with which it
comes in contact.
The vibrations of mental forces are the finest and consequently the most
powerful in existence. To those who perceive the nature and transcend-ency of
mental force, all physical power sinks into insignificance.
We are accustomed to look upon the Universe with a lens of five senses, and
from these experiences our anthropomorphic conceptions originate, but true
conceptions are only secured by spiritual insight. This insight requires a quickening
of the vibrations of the Mind, and is only secured when the mind is
continuously concentrated in a given direction.
Continuous concentration means an even, unbroken flow of thought and is the
result of patient, persistent, persevering and well-regulated system.
Great discoveries are the result of long continued investigation.
The science of mathematics requires years of concentrated effort to master it,
and the greatest science that of the Mind is revealed only through concentrated effort.
Concentration is much misunderstood; there seems to be an idea of effort or
activity associated with it, when just the contrary is necessary. The greatness of an
actor lies in the fact that he forgets himself in the portrayal of his character,
becoming so identified with it, that the audience is swayed by the realism of the
performance. This will give you a good idea of true concentration; you should be so
interested in your thought, so engrossed in your subject, as to be conscious of
nothing else. Such concentration leads to intuitive perception and immediate insight
into the nature of the object concentrated upon.
All knowledge is the result of concentration of this kind; it is thus that the secrets
of Heaven and Earth have been wrested; it is thus that the mind becomes a magnet
and the desire to know draws the knowledge, irresistibly attracts it, makes it your