I’m not gonna lie, this week was so busy in every aspect of my life that I got behind on my readings, I got behind on my blog (this entry is two days tardy), and I had to work hard to not beat myself up about being behind.
I was busy with good stuff. My day job as a high school teacher never lacks for good work to be done. I was leaving my house at 5:30 for the commute and getting to work by 6:30. The extra 1.5 hours of grading and prepping flew by. My business that I am building on the side was coming out of a very successful event last weekend. I had follow ups to do and raffle prizes to deliver. My BFF Ollie (11-year-old Bordercollie) looks forward to my arrival from home everyday and we did not miss a beat on our exercise walk.
Still. I am fully committed to my transformation through the Master Key Experience, and the fact that I had run out of index cards and was three days behind on my kicker and gratitudes and GS was eating at me, with the unwanted effect of guilt, anxiety, and fear bubbling at the edges.
What I did that helped me. I spent those two hours of commuting listening to Master Key System on audible, listening to the recording of my DMP, listening to The Science of Getting Rich, and vocalizing with ENTHUSIASM in the car my DMP, my Do It Now’s, my I Can be What I Will to Be’s… I paid no mind to traffic or other drivers and I made the most of my commute.
In the Master Key Chapter 21, this hit home:
21:18 An illustration of how these mind forces operate is suggested by the method in which all our habits are formed. We do a thing, then do it again, and again, and again, until it becomes easy and perhaps almost automatic: and the same rule applies in breaking any and all bad habits; we stop doing a thing, and then avoid it again, and again, until we are entirely free from it; and if we do fail now and then, we should by no means lose hope, for the law is absolute and invincible and gives us credit for every effort and every success, even though our efforts and successes are perhaps intermittent.