As I work along in my second year of the Master Key Experience, I am learning even more. Understanding and internalizing more. And connecting more dots, too!
Plus, other things in my life are connecting as well. Two recent events fit right in, just like puzzle pieces – making a beautiful scene!
- I was invited by a friend to attend a retreat. I wasn’t sure what to expect, but I trust my friend. So when she said it was worth attending, I said sure – and we attended together. The retreat was called Camp Kick-Ass, being for awesome kick-ass women. It was held in a remote location at a lodge on a lake in northern Saskatchewan. Beautiful scenery, cozy lodge, amazing food, fantastic women! We treated our
bodies with food, drink, yoga, and fresh air. We treated our minds with knowledge to help us overcome our limiting beliefs while we take action to step out of the “drama triangle” (yes that is a thing!). And we treated our hearts with hugs, music, tears, words, and more. The speaker and the organizers were amazing – it was a wonderful weekend. And yes, it fit right in with the Master Key Experience, including amazing master-minding!
- This same friend (she is a great friend!) invited me to join in a 21-Day Abdundance/Meditation challenge. So of course I said yes! Every day, for 21 days, I get a message and a guided meditation in my Facebook Message inbox. I read the message, do a short task, listen to the meditation. Guess what? It’s more MKE stuff! This material is from Deepak Chopra, who we know from Law of Least Effort, Law of Giving and Receiving, and more.
I love it when different material is complimentary to the course. Maybe it fills in a gap, or maybe just explains something in a slightly different way. Or it could be a totally different perspective – that helps us to grow as well!
Even within the course there are many puzzle pieces: The Master Key System (of course), The World’s Greatest Salesman, Seven Laws of the Mind, Blueprint Builder, Emerson’s Law of Compensation, Campbell’s Hero’s Journey, the Golden Buddha, and so much more. I know sometimes it seems almost overwhelming, but stick with it; and the beautiful scene becomes more clear as the puzzle pieces fit together.
And one more thing, I wanted to share my latest doodle art. I love the bit in Master Key Lesson 17 about welcoming Intuition. I was picturing a royal fanfare, so I decided to draw it. I’m having fun with my doodles – not fancy, but fun and meaningful to me.