Master Key Week 4 – Silence and Grief
Last week was tough. I had a lot of grief about my dad’s passing. I did a lot of crying – there were so many “ambush moments”, as my husband calls them. Every little thing reminded me of Daddy and I was a bundle of emotions.
I let my old blueprint win. I admit it – I was not as faithful to my sits or my reading as instructed. I let my grief dominate, and my mindset suffered. On Sunday, my fear about money caused me to think I may not continue in the MKMMA program.
Two readings of Og and the Blueprint Builder and my index cards, and I was back to being positive again. The mindset stuff? It’s key. If you go without it, you endanger your peace of mind, because you are constantly surrounded by the “I cant’s” and negatives.
The “mysterious mind that never sleeps” is amazing, if we will but put it to work. Reading right before bed, doing the sits, awakens the mind that solves problems and gives ideas. This morning, shortly after my reading, I came up with an idea based on something a friend posted on Facebook. It’s a cool idea that I think will work with my business very well, and I truly believe it is coming from that subconscious mind that never sleeps.
One of the things that stood out to me this week was the Master Key 4.6, which says:
“The trained mind knows that every transaction must benefit every person who is in any way connected with the transaction, and any attempt to profit by the weakness, ignorance or necessity of another will inevitably operate to his disadvantage.”
I see so many “gurus” who profit from fear or ignorance, and indeed, I have been victims of many of these, while not really getting to the heart of whatever matter it was that I was trying to solve. The Master Key process is so different, because instead of learning WHAT to think, we are learning HOW to think, much like I do with my children who I homeschool. Yes, there are certain facts that must be learned, and principles, but so much of what we “learn” is what others want us to learn, be it our parents, schools, or other sources of training. But if we can settle down and be still enough, I truly believe that our God-given knowledge and instinct will kick in.
Master Key 4.25 says:
“We should, therefore, seek the Silence frequently. Power comes through repose; it is in the Silence that we can be still, and when we are still, we can think, and thought is the secret of all attainment.”
Being still has been hard for the past couple of weeks. I think it is easier to control my body than my mind. Not sure exactly what that means, but it is what it is, and I persevere. I have faith that it will get easier with continued practice.