Week-19 Fear is a powerful motivator

Until about 1 year ago I thought I understood what it meant to be an “Observer”my how things can change.

We are all surrounded by or exposed to more negativity than probably any other time in history due to all of the available outlets that pelt us daily. These impressions on our daily lives can create some bumps in the road to true understanding that we are all “Natures Greatest Miracle’s.

In a recent conversation with my son who also continues working on his future self, we talked for some time on just how deeply imbedded the old blueprint truly can be.

Both of us have experienced several inexplicable events since starting our journeys and we know that they are the direct result of the power within.

As we talked and continued to reflect on those events and the changes we were both feeling, we asked each other simultaneously the same question. If we know that the power is within and we can increase our power of understanding and improve our lives through consistent focused thought! why in the hell is it so difficult at times to break the cycle of on again off again in the process of these exercises?

Our conclusion was and is the tiny seed of habit. Once developed it becomes a powerful principle to live by. Persistence is the key to creating those habits. We knew that it was a victory just in asking ourselves the question. 

The take away for both of us is that we have experienced wonderful events and have seen tremendous changes in ourselves and many around us and I think for the two of us that is enough to stay committed and focused.

I believe we both decided that the benefits we have seen far out way the the actions of the past related to the old blueprint and the fear of reverting back to that old blueprint is enough to keep moving forward.

For that I am grateful. 

Peace, Mac

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4 thoughts on “Week-19 Fear is a powerful motivator

  1. Terrence G Neraasen

    Thinking positive thoughts in the daily barrage of negativity can be tough. You and your son Masterminding is pretty awesome indeed as is the progress both of you feel you have made. Great good news story. Thanks for posting it.

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  2. Terrence G Neraasen

    For some reason my earlier comment does not appear. However, I am impressed with the relationship you have with your son and the fact you are seeing good things happen as a result of the MKMMA experience. Persistence is really necessary for those who see little change, or at least don’t recognize it within the expected time frame. That’s where faith kicks in big time.

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