MKE Week 18: The Power of Attention

I have heard often the phrase “where your attention goes energy flows.”  The overlapping, intersecting, complex and compounding effects of the activities in the Master Key Experience has really brought this concept home.  Knowing something and experiencing it are two very different things. My old blueprint, the cement covering my personal Golden Buddha, was many layers and deeply embedded.  Cracking through it has been hard work.  It is a work in progress.

Every day there are challenges.  Difficulties in life don’t go away.  The fact that I am really good at overcoming and pushing through hard, challenging times only reinforced the ways of my old blueprint.  I am learning that I do not need to think about my problems, my family’s problems, possible problems.. 24/7 in order to overcome those problems.  I am excited to completely change how I think.

I am learning to trust myself and release my worries. I am learning, I am giving myself permission, I am DEMANDING of myself to focus my attention on what I choose.  I choose my DMP.  I choose me.  The me I came here to be.

“…being by paying attention; before long you will have aroused interest; this interest will attract more attention; and this attention will produce more interest, and so on.  This practice will enable you to cultivate the power of attention.” 18.32

2 thoughts on “MKE Week 18: The Power of Attention”

  1. I love the phrase you referenced, “where your attention goes energy flows.” Something so simple but very hard for people to grasp. I look forward to seeing your progress and the continuation of cement peeling! Keep up the great work! Persistence is contagious!

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