My DMP…..Definite Major Purpose~
It feels great to read my DMP today! Just four short weeks ago, I had just a broad-brushed idea of what my DMP was, and I’ve gone through a handful of revisions. With each revision, I was learning how to construct better sentences, in a more concise way….eliminating unnecessary words and backing it with emotion. It was a great exercise and when it was finished, it really was my DMP~! It felt right, because it was right and expressed the things that I was created to accomplish in life for myself, my family and for the benefit of others. A beautiful scripture which I like to ponder, from Ephesians 2:10 says, “For we are God’s workmanship, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.” The MKMMA is instrumental in moving me toward my DMP.
What I Learned this Week~
The week starts with our Sunday webinar, and this week was truly amazing! I learned how emotions that we experience, release different peptides that are associated with that particular emotion. Our body adapts, and worse……becomes addicted to these peptides. It would be great to be addicted to ‘joy’ peptides, but what about the ‘anger’ peptides? The MKMMA is carefully designed to create a new blueprint, with new positive emotions associated with our DMP. As I read my DMP three times each day, along with the other exercises done each day, I am creating new habits that subdue the habits which threatened to imprison my future.
Another thing I learned in the Master Keys, is that neither the body, nor the mind is ‘me.’ The ‘I’ must be something which controls and directs bot the body and the mind; something which determines what they shall do and how they shall act. Personality is made up of individual characteristics, peculiarities, habits and traits of character, but have nothing to do with the real ‘I’. The real nature of the ‘I’ is spiritual, and the spiritual is the real; when the spirit is gone, the life is gone; it is dead and has ceased to exist.
How may we develop the courage, the feeling, which results in accomplishment? By exercise, mental strength is gained in the same manner we gain physical strength. It is secured by exercise. We must ‘think’ something over and over again, hence the repetitive reading exercises we do. When it becomes a habit, it becomes easier and then it becomes automatic. Habits make or break us. That is why each of us must form habits that give us the future we desire.