MASTERKEYS WEEK SEVEN

 So here I was thinking ‘ I got this’. Momentum was growing, things were unfolding, good positive thoughts and feelings were firing and wiring together,…… the trap door wasn’t so big anymore,( so I thought ) until I got the flu and Mark said 7 day diet of no negativity! WHAT!! How am I going to do this? it's just a bad dayMy old, mean, rotten, cruel blue print had resurfaced in the blink of an eye, I had synapseses flying off in alsorts of directions, my old ruthless friend had found a way to come back again. The flu had made me feel weak and vunerable and susceptible to my old ways. I have been fighting myself all week, This can’t be happening.

It suddenly dawned on me that this was all part of me chipping away at my cement. Berta said…. Things will not affect me provided I do not accept them by fearing them, by believing them, being indignant or sad about them or by giving them any power at all…. Be the observer and don’t dwell. The mere mention of not having negative thoughts put me into a negative state. I needed to just surrender to the process and just let go…. then observe what happens and then observe ever so gently the things that were happening in a non judgemental way……  instead of creating world war 3.

poster-negative-thinking-afro Even though it feels like we’re  going at a thousand miles per hour, saturating our minds with alsorts of incredible stuff and hitting it from all directions,The-Laws-of-Attraction-is-this-You-dont-attract-what-you-want-You-attarct-what-YOU-ARE I have to be mindful that every day is a new experience and different obstacles are going to arise, just like the obstacle called the flu. I had a big moment of realising that I need to love myself through this, nuture myself, get to know myself through this, build the foundations so that they are rock solid with no trap doors.

A big part of my journey right now is to observe myself. I am learning to walk on my own for the first time in my life and I feel like a baby taking it’s first steps towards victory, like a baby, it takes sometime to get up, Scan0003stand and then walk. No negative thoughts for seven days has been a mighty eye opener, it has sent me in a tail spin, ( world war 3 ) BUT! I will love myself no matter what, and learn and Grow AND become the world within. One things for sure, I have God on my side and I will greet each person and each day with love in my heart. xxoolove-god-love-people

                                                                                                              

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32 thoughts on “MASTERKEYS WEEK SEVEN

    • Hi Emma, IT”S SOOOOOOOO TOUGH. Sorry I haven’t replied sooner I almost gave up yesterday…. I’ve got to fight this urge to give up! I feel like I’m in one of those head winds where you can’t see where you’re going and you have to push hard against the wind. xxoo

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  1. Elicia, Guess what? You’re not alone. My husband and I are both in the course and we’ve both been sick with colds over the last two weeks. We aren’t letting that stop us though and we know it’s our old blueprint fighting back. Luckily the workout program I’m doing now has a martial arts component so I use it to fight back the old blueprint and welcome the new! It’s great to be able to recognize what’s going on for what it is and see ourselves are victorious! Thanks for your post!

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    • Hi Marge, thank you, I need to get me a punching bag! the urge to give up is so strong at the moment and I’m having difficulty trying to work out why. The flu I have has really knocked me about and now I’ve found myself behind on everything and really sick and it’s becoming overwhelming, don’t know how to start and get back into the flow.

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    • Hi Marge, thank you, I need to get me a punching bag! the urge to give up is so strong at the moment and I’m having difficulty trying to work out why. The flu I have has really knocked me about and now I’ve found myself behind on everything and really sick and it’s becoming overwhelming, don’t know how to start and get back into the flow.

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    • Hi Kris, thankyou so much for your support. I’m discovering a lot about myself at the moment, and it’s not so pretty hee hee hee. I keep wanting to give up! it’s excruciating! I got really sick a week ago and now everything has become really overwhelming and I can’t work out if I’m Arthur or Martha. xxoo

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  2. Great post. This process to me is like life itself……..full of ups and downs and I am trying to be an observer of how alive I feel to be in the process of living rather than just watching it happen

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    • Hi Run 4change, thank you for your inspiring words. Don’t know about you but I am( at the moment) observing myself like a bit of a car crash, dear oh dear. I would love to visit your blog but when I click on your name it just takes me to your gravatar…. could you tell me your word press address, love the picture of the dog with the cape on, is it your dog?

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      • Yeah that is my old dog max. He died a few years back at the old age of 18. I got him at the pound when he was 10. Let me know if you have problems getting to my blog. It looks like you found it and I am so happy you did.

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    • Hi Marlo. Thanks so much for visiting my blog, and thank you so much for all of your encouragement. I wish I could see what you can see, I sure don’t feel like a hero, I’m fighting a virus at the moment and my old blueprint is having a moment of success, not a pretty sight, hee hee hee. xxoo

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  3. Good Morning from my part of the world Elicia…I really enjoy reading your blog…You are honest, and vulnerable and therefore pliable. Your clay is being molded and I see great things for you. You have something wonderful in you to share with the world…I really want to be around to see and hear about it. It’s happening to you now. I can feel your power in your blogs…Elicia, you have it going on!—-I also love your pictures you add to your blog. I need to spend some time figuring out how to do it to my page. I am following your blog as I look forward to what you write every week!

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    • Hi Dennis, Thank you so much for your encouragement and giving me an insight into myself that I wouldn’t ordinarily notice, so thank you AND thank you for your support in the Alliance, your support was incremental in changing my thoughts around and changing the path I was on. Cheers ! xxoo

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  4. Keep chipping away. It takes a snow flake to create a snow ball which gains momentum to become a snow man… along the way, a few melted, a few fell off, and a few got really dirty but it’s all good. Once the snow man is built, the fun is over! It was the journey after all that was feeding all the snow flakes and pulling them together, well mostly. The snow man may have flaws but there are perfect places within him, perfect moments in the rolling, perfect memories that will never fade. Keep smiling, Nancy

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  5. Hey maybe the flu was a gift to really steep in your negative thinking so you could super observe. Anyway, you are always a delight to read. Hang in there creative one.

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    • Hi Elaine, You are absolutely right, thank you. I’ve really struggled with just accepting where I am and then when I read what you said, it couldn’t have come at a better time and very incremental in creating a shift. Sometimes it’s like being on the edge of a cliff having to work out incredibly fast what’s the best plan of action. xxoo

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  6. Great blog and great pictures; a joy to read of your journey. So true about obstacles .. just little tests to see if we really want that cement or not … and re those thoughts: “thinking makes them so”.

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    • Hi Dennis, Thank you so much for visiting my post. I love Dr Theodor Seuss Geisel too! I felt like I was being dangled on the edge of a cliff this week. Observing myself and how I deal with things is quite the observation, hee hee hee. xxoo

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