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MKE 2018, Week 4.2 – Guest Blogger Per-Olof Söderblom

This week meet my Tribe member from Sweden, Per-Olof!

Enjoy:

 

To subdue one habit with another. Change habits. Make new patterns. This week have been challenging. I am increasing the effort to overcome my resistance. I am moving myself forward. I have increased my activities. I have changed my thoughts. A little. It is a step in the right direction. This means also that I have been able to change my emotional mode consciously. I feel good about that.

In this weeks webinar we could see (400 of us doing this Master Key Experience and we all post blogs) how our thoughts and feelings create peptides in our brain. To make it more simple I just call it a chemical reaction. These peptides need to be fed with the same signals and chemicals that created them.

If I have a pattern, let us say that I feel fear, anger, sadness, nervous or any emotional state, every day. I have done this for the last 30 years. Then I need this flush of emotions to calm down. Even if it is pain in my body. If I am used to have it, my subconscious mind will create new pain for me. Because I believe it belongs to me. If I have had pain in my body for as long as I can remember then it have become a part of my identity. Like a living entity. So if the pain level is getting lower my subconscious will create new pain for me so that I can calm down. I feel secure with it. Now the situation is normal I tell myself. Pain is there. Everything is normal. I am familiar with it.

Now I talked about pain as an example. I could replace it with fear or any other feeling that in my opinion has a depressing effect on the body. My identity is created of this recognition and memory. This could be feelings, actions and patterns creating our life.

I experience that when I challenge it, it feels threatened and tries even stronger to manifest itself. Is it necessary to replace one pain with another ? Whats the point with this ? There is no point with it. No one at all. The point is to replace the fear, pain, anger, sorrow and so on with purpose, satisfaction, passion, joy, happiness, love and beauty. That must be the recognition. To create and build new bioneuorological pathways.

I have lived my life reactive based on fear. A fearbased reactive life. I take it all in here and now. I inhale it and suck it down into the fat of my bone marrow. It has been there all my life so it is necessary to go there. I respect it. It is powerful. There is a reason for it being there. Need to respect that. I accept and understand. Everything has an end.

There is a big important difference now, the new Me rejects this ! ! ! My new Me embrace my old blueprint, takes a firm grip, use all my powers and strength and throw it out. Get out ! ! !

Time to celebrate

The old patterns and memories left some energy in my body even I threw them out. They are not stupid. I need to repeat this over and over again. I know.

My first steps are careful. Little unsecure. Other memories comes up to surface. I adapt quickly. In this memory I am not connected to fear. The older memories helps me to walk with confidence. I remember now.

I went down to Subby, my horse. We went out for a walk. This week we have been walking every day. I feel better and Subby too. A little more confident. Our breathing capacity is increasing. We want to walk daily now. Our connection is getting stronger. There are moments when we look at each other and feel connected. We are not yet ready to ride. We made a try a few weeks ago and I almost fell off.

We both need to be in better condition before I sit up and ride Subby. This walks is good exercise for us. Our bodys and abilitys are getting stronger. Sometimes I get a bit withdrawn, introvert and lose the presence.

When I look up I find that Subby have left the path and walked into the forest where the terrain makes the walk difficult. It also happens that I find us in a marsh where we get lost from our pathway. It takes time and effort to find our way back to the path in that moments. It is a struggle when it happens. We exercise this now.

We need to keep ourselves more effortless on the path before it is time for a ride. It happens more often now that we are looking at the horizon at the same time.

Today we kept us on the path. I feel satisfied about that. Subby like it too. It feels important because we relax, our steps are easier, we move smoother. My thoughts get clearer. Subby nods to me, he is pleased with it. Now we are back home again. It was a good day. Time to rest and we are just waiting for our walk tomorrow.

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MKE 2018, Week 3 – SMART Goals

At week 3 webcast the members are introduced to the last component in building their DMP’s, SMART goals.
SMART is an acronym that breaks down to:
S – specific
M – measurable
A – achievable
R – realistic
T – timed
It defines the most effective way to formulate a goal, and, naturally, the goals included in the DMP need to directly connect to and support the members’ PPN’s.
SMART goals are a ln awesome way of clarification, they add specific details to the DMP and most people find it fairly easy to connect feelings and emotions to such a clearly defined goal.
What are some of Your own goals in life?
Please add a comment below and share Your thoughts!
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MKE 2017 Week 7.2 – Guest Blogger Jo Ann Spearmon

Please let me introduce you to one more of my tribe members, here´s Jo Ann´s post for week 7. Check out her blog at: https://joannsblogweb.wordpress.com/

Peace // C

 

Well, I have to tell you that this week’s assignment of not having any negative thoughts for 7 consecutive days has been quite interesting. I’m at Day 1. Don’t ask why as I’m sure you can figure it out. I’m determined to keep it positive, so I recognize where I need to improve and will keep moving forward. This whole experience has taught me the importance of my thoughts and words and being committed to doing what I say I’m going to do.

The challenges I’ve been faced with are stimulating my creative mind and I’m figuring out ways to either deal with them positively or ways around them. My Mantra is “Keep Moving Forward.” My DMP has been cleared-Yeah! so I’m well on my way.

I’m going to stop here so I can complete Day 1 and smile at the end of it. Have an awesome weekend everyone.

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MKE 2017 Week 4.2 – Guest Blogger Jennifer Porter

 Continuing what I started last year, introducing the members of my tribe as guest bloggers and post one or two posts from my tribe every week, here´s Jennifer´s post for Week 4.

Check out her blog by following the link to the right of this post!

Mahalo; I appreciate You!

Peace // Claes

 

WEEK 4 MASTER KEY EXPERIENCE + building the dream

What I am liking the most about the Master Key is that it’s giving me a framework for diligent effort toward concepts that I have understood and practiced on some level my whole life, but never really read about on paper.

I may not be the most typcial case, #1 I married my high school sweetheart and I just reminded him last night that I remember a feeling of actual energy that connected us at the first party we were at together. We have remained connected since 1993 and now have 3 kids, living in NYC (soon to be the Upper Delaware Scenic Area in NY State!). And #2 I was also just telling a friend this story this week who has known me for 15 years and didn’t realize this: my original parents were divorced when I was 8 years old (but stayed in close proximity and I visited with my dad every weekend), each underwent personal transformation–after my mom got remarried and then found her way, and my dad quit drinking cold turkey–they were remarried to each other again when I was in 9th grade, 6 years after the divorce!

This Master Key experience for me is about piecing all of these things together and trying to understand what are the pivotal experienes that have made me who I am. I have always been able to think something really intentionally and then make it happen. There are at least 5 big times in my life I can recall this–that will be for a future post!

Side note: tons of conicidences continue to happen. This morning I was walking to meet a friend and thought to myself that I wished I had grabbed a tissue for my pocket, I look down not 1 minute later and there is a neatly rolled up piece of paper towel in the middle of the sidewalk. Not that I was desperate enough to pick it up, but I have to say that’s the most immediate manifestation I have ever realized!

But for now, what I find interesting is that just prior to starting Master Key, I signed up to be a trainer for my MLM team’s Wednesday Wisdom talks. We had to choose topics, mine is tonight, and I kid you not, I chose this topic: “Setting Good Intention: Goals & Manifesting what we want in Life & Business”.

This is crazy for me to read right now, but I just found the email I wrote on Sept 13th:

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Brooke,

I’m in Grand Rapids airport heading home!!

I would love to talk about setting intention for a goal and manifesting what we want in life and business. The 3rd week or 4th week in October are good for me if that works.

THANK YOU & much LOVE!!

Jen Porter

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Then I just searched in my inbox and it was a Sept 19th email from Mark J. that got me to watch the intro videos. This was his subject line: I’m Calling You Out… and Up [Especially Skeptics] and he started out saying he was just getting back in after walking the dogs.

And the rest is history as it currently unfolds!

To backtrack on the timeline a bit more, this is what I now think inspired my email to Brooke for my training topic (though honestly I never thought about talking to anyone about the power I was seeing take shape from mental function): The Shaklee Global Conference in Atlanta was Aug 9-13 and had the theme “Breakthrough”; we had an amazing group board breaking with Brian Biro. Knowing we were heading into a powerful experience, as my husband, kids and I were driving into Atlanta on Aug 9th, I drew a picture of the country place we were aiming for. Having already seen a few places but nothing having “clicked” yet, we wrote down what the main items were: 50+ acres, house, barn, shop, pool. I never showed it to my husband, but then it was Aug 26th that we saw the house and property that we are now in the process of buying. It has 66 acres, a renovated farm house, garage, shop, pool and 4 more outbuildings. When I showed my husband on August 26th the picture that I had drawn Aug 9th as we were heading into Atlanta, he thought I had just drawn it, and didn’t realize it was our joint vision that we wrote down two weeks before. The dream is taking shape!

These are my most favorite Master Key concepts so far:

1. Thought–>Action
2. Golden Buddah methaphor
3. What you are shouts so loud I can hardly hear you!
4. On the Hero’s Journey, we are heralded into the unknown

And from Haanel, 4:13 this week: Wow! “…many men and women have found to their sorrow that it is easier to control a kingdom than to control themselves.” It really strikes me and another conincidence? 413 is my birthday and lucky number!

The 15-minute sit is so powerful and it’s my new homework for everyone I meet who wants to make change in their life, or just be happier.

Thank you all for reading!

p.s. Just left the house with my kids to buy an ice cream from the Mister Tasty truck with their piggy bank coin savings, and as I was saying we were heading out for ice cream, our very sweet older neighbor Lucy was at the elevator, heard me and handed the kids 3 fudge ice pops! Then as we left the building, the bag of coins spilled and the ice cream truck drove away. We wouldn’t have made it to the the truck in time, but Lucy intervened to provide what we were seeking at just the right moment.

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