Week 23 of the Master Key Experience

I live an endlessly metaphorical life.

I love seeing signs and deeper meanings to my life, books, movies, music, people, situations, etc.

For example, a couple of weeks ago, I got my first progressive glasses.  They tell you there’s a learning curve with these glasses as you have to train your brain in the direction you wish to focus.  For the first couple of days, it felt like I was in a fun house, unable to tell if indeed “objects are closer than they appear” or what was in my periphery.  Slowly my eyes became accustomed to the new lenses and I can see fairly normally now.  But at times, I still must shift my head to focus on what I’m reading or looking at.

What a fantastic metaphor for focusing with our minds!  We choose what to view and what to think.  We have a choice.  What we choose determines our life and our response-ability for what happens.  I see it as no coincidence that I began wearing these new lenses during my Master Key experience.

So as I come near the end of my Master Key experience (two more weeks!), it’s really the beginning.  Am I a self-directed thinker?  Have I created the habits necessary to fulfill my DMP?  I’m seeing doors open in ways I could’ve never imagined.  I wake up excited for the day to come!  If something negative happens, I can pivot fairly quickly or at least not let it drag me down the way it would’ve before.  Progress!

Stay tuned!  There’s more to come!  🙂

 

4 thoughts on “Week 23 of the Master Key Experience

  • March 17, 2018 at 3:35 pm
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    Hi Vicki ! Amusing and profound in the same time ! The journey of the self directed thinkers will last forever ;-)) and we are all blessed to have meet the Master Key and their creators !

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  • March 18, 2018 at 4:15 am
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    Absolutely a great metaphor love it. Great job Vicki. ?

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  • March 22, 2018 at 12:33 am
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    Thanks so much for sharing your gift of being able to “change the channel”. Even knowing, or suspecting we can make that change is so empowering. Thank you for articulating that so beautifully.
    Peace

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