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For the past 5 weeks. I would close my eyes to visualize my dream life. however it seemed so farfetch that I could even have such a life. So I had to do some soul searching and research to find out why can’t I have the desires of my heart.
My faith is strong , So what’s the issue with me visualizing with a pictured life? I was so behooved, I can see it, smell and taste this life so clearly but
that picture was tainted with disbelief.

I found my answer in this one sentence in a book by Zig Ziglar, See You At The Top

Warning! ” Garbage” has probably been dumped into your mind for a long time.

Today I will take a check up from the neck up anything that doesn’t serve my dream will be taken out as garbage piece by piece, And thank God for the Power of Choice!



MKE – Week 3

What an interesting week a friend of mine’s invited me to go to a meditation and tai chi class, I told her I was very interested when she said meditation because it was something that we were doing in the MKE course, you know the famous 15 minute SIT!

How did I do on my first two sits, not to good. 30 second into the first two sit and everything started itching. Now that third sit was a guided sit in the meditation class and it was so cool, not only did I not itch time just flew by, I did my sit like a boss!

The meditation teacher gave us about 7 rule for a correct sitting posture and each of those criteria made all the difference in the world. Now meditation will be a part of my daily routine it feel wonderful and it very relaxing . I even got an app call insight it’s a timer with a cute little start and finish bell.

I’m so thankful to the MKE course for turning me on to this awesome tool, and to so many new experience!

Master Key Experience Week 2

Before the MKE course I was very disorganized and my days were without a schedule. Since I started the course I had to become more organized and quickly. I put a lot of side project up so that I could just focus more on MKE. Just by getting organize I am more relaxed especially by just having things at hands reach. I feel I’m setting myself up to succeed. I feel good about being organized and having a schedule. I will do this until it become a habit.

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