This is the last week of the Master Key Mastermind Alliance. In some ways it has been a long six months and is some ways not long enough. I have learned so much and made some changes in my life. I have accomplished so much. Who would have thought that I would be sleeping better and getting a full 7 to 8 hours of sleep at night, something I haven’t done in years. I think about things differently, I think more positively and I am more productive.
What will be ending? The Sunday webinars will end as will the assignments given to us each week. Also ending are the Digital Connections webinars, which were a bonus to learn how to navigate through the various social media such as Twitter, and how to blog.
We will now be self-directed thinkers and will be able to use all the tools we were given throughout the course. But, just as commencement is not the end, this is just the beginning for most of us . at least for me, on this incredible journey. I will be continuing to do the readings, the grateful cards, the sit (meditation), the quiet hour before bed time. I have 24 lessons from Haanal to reread and all my notes from the webinars to revisit. I will continue to have weekly phone calls with my mastermind buddy.
I will continue to hand out my notes of kindness. I have handed out 191 out of the 1000 I intend to give out by January 2017. Yesterday, while in the grocery store I handed a woman one of my notes. She was so thankful she gave me a big hug. She said she had taken a picture of the note and was going to send it to her friends.
As Haaal says, “If you have practiced each of the exercises a few minutes every day, as suggested, you will have found that you can get out of life exactly what you wish by first putting into life that which you wish, and you will probably agree with the student who said: ‘The thought is almost overwhelming, so vast, so available, so definite, so reasonable and so usable’”
This isn’t the end, this is just the beginning. The course has taught me that if I change the way I look at things, the things I look at change. I think Wayne Dyer explains this concept perfectly in this short video.