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Week 2 Master Key – The week flu bye

Week two of my MKMMA experience has been challenging. Myself and both of my young sons (ages 3 and 6) got the flu. Between tending to fevers, doctors appointments and dispensing meds I still managed to do my daily reading and even accomplished my goal of getting my car cleaned out. I filled out the survey, revised my DMP and now in the final hour I am posting to my blog. This course is an intense workload but I can see how the habits are already forming and I can tell that the words from the repetitious readings are seeping into my subconscious. I find that while I have not fully memorized the passage from Scroll One I can finish the sentences as I am reading them and often the next sentence or even paragraph will pop into my mind as I read. I have found that meditation is a little more tough when you are ill as the relaxed state when tired leads to sleepiness. I found that after taking care of sick little ones and trying to fit in meditation by the time I would sit for 15 minutes I would often find myself waking after the timer went off. The times I did not fall asleep I had anxiety or a strange snaking of pain through my chest and extremities. Despite these challenges I was able to stop my thoughts for a few seconds at a time during my meditations. I found that the key to this is to focus on my feelings. When I am able to feel my thoughts can be subsided for several seconds at a time. I will continue to practice with this method to see if I am able to increase the amount of time that I am in the no-thought state.

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davene13janus - October 10, 2015

Stopping thoughts for a few seconds is a miracle – great work!

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shedgcock - October 11, 2015

Awesome! I love your commitment! I understand how challenging the workload can be, but you are doing it! Keep replacing the bad habits with the good!

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Sheila - October 12, 2015

April, Awesome work this week. You did the SIT. Yes, continue to be with the SIT. It is awesome and powerful. Glad you are healthy and happy to see your blog.

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wesmasterkey - October 13, 2015

Positive attitude brings positive results keep it.

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George Pauli - October 14, 2015

I love the “flu” by, it tells the truth! April just keep doing the small exercises, it will pay off!
Peace – George

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masterkeylifefreedom - October 14, 2015

Thank you all for the kind comments. I had some discouraging thoughts earlier today and this was a great reminder of all positive people that I am now aligned with. When you have those discouraging moments it is easy to get caught up in them and drift to a bad place but this new positive routine is like having on a life jacket. I found that my reading of the Master Key chapter today really helped turn the negativity around quickly and put me back on track. I can literally feel my solar plexus expanding and contracting with negative or positive thoughts. Just turning on my courage makes the fear and negativity disappear like light shining into darkness. My husband and I were listening to a Wayne Dyer book last night and one of the things it said on there that really resonated with me was “Fear knocked and love answered and there was no one there”, so true. I appreciate you all for putting together this program and for your kindness and support! 🙂

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Ed Tolliver - November 23, 2015

I was sick this past week as well. It was distressing how quickly I fell out of harmony with my love Kimberly, who is also taking MKMMA. A real eye opener because I found new appreciation for MKMMA.

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