Weeks 21 and 22a

The journey is mine: I need to relax and experience life instead of trying to play a role.

I am willing to admit that I am unsure about life and could this have been the underlying reason for many of my dissatisfactions.

What is my spiritual path? I cannot just live for X number of years and just die then be put into a grave to stay there. I need to find out more.

I have a strong desire to live abundantly: physically, mentally, and spiritually.

Bottom line is I have never took the time out to discover who am I. I am learning what the real meaning of the word authentic is.

The death of my 55 year old cousin is causing me to reflect a lot. He was only 55 and died in his sleep of a cardiac arrest.

I am here to experience life, and not to play a role.

One of the better oral presentations that Iv’e listened to my entire life is The science of getting Rich by Wallace D. Wattles.

_Peace be to you and my Success is in the Journey!



Week 20 is all about my greatness which I will sum up in the following six items.

1.Drifting is disrespecting my future self!

2.If I am not living on the edge, then I am just taking up space!

3.What am I pretending not to know?

4.What would the person I intend to become do next?

5.I am a man of love and I will prove my love and my greatness!

6.I will live this day as if it is my last, and if it is not, I shall fall to my knees and give thanks!



Week 18 reminded me of a few things which I already knew theoretically but haven’t been applying:

  1. There is nothing new under the sun(according to King Solomon)
  2. Man is a gregarious animal
  3. It’s only through understanding and application that these principles work.

Paragraph 2 on the cover page for the Lesson states, “Think for a moment, what would a man be if he were not a husband, father, or brother, if he were not interested in the social, economical, political or religious world. He would be nothing but an abstract theoretical ego. He exists, therefore, only in his relation to the whole, in his relation to other men, in his relation to society. This relation constitute his environment and in no other way.” Simply put, as I heard my High School teacher Sir Paul Scoon say, “man is a gregarious animal”.

All these principles of success have long existed. I now have to replace all of my old bad habits with these good habits, and all will we well.

I am looking forward to Scroll V beginning tomorrow as I carry over that I am nature’s greatest miracle.20160917_173434


I have just entered The Journey into the unknown. The dragons will be slain. I’ve always had this call to my adventure. This is something I’ve always wanted. There is NO STOPPING ME NOW! Heck with the Old Blueprint. I am facing a life-defining moment.

I guess I am right where I am supposed to be. I am at the crossroads. Do I

a. return to the unknown

b. Stay confused and afraid to take the journey

c. Proceed on the Hero’s Journey.

I’ve been like most people, i.e., trying to figure the meaning of life instead of giving meaning to life. I am not a creature of circumstances but I will create my circumstances. No more self-doubt by refusing to take the Hero’s journey. No more refusal of the call; do I want to be like Jonah and stay stuck in the belly of the whale.

I must emerge victorious. I release my quest to the Universal Wisdom.

I need a better understanding of the energy behind my existence. What does life really have to offer. How do I become more connected. I need to become the authentic me. Life has to have more meaning. I need to rescue the divine within me. I am not satisfied to just be born, have a job, retire, and die. There has to be more. Let me understand, accept and live my gifts. I need to create the future me.

What is a hero? A person who is admired for courage. I’ll become a hero to myself and leave the rest to the Universe. There is a heralding within me to do the reluctant call within me.

I simply cannot stay stuck, so here I go. I am gonna put on River of dreams by Billy Joel and meditate for a while.



This blog is about what’s going on with me as opposed to the webinar itself or Digital connections.

I am enjoying the growth within me. I have a science/technical background and over the years I’ve been told that I am not an emotional person. Even as I was changing my profession from something very technical to one counselling people, I was told that I was too analytical and I should get more in touch with feelings. Even with my blogs when I first started MKE, it was more about me breaking down the lesson or webinar. Now I am not about to blame myself for whatever talents I was born with, but I do notice that as a result of MKE I am getting more in touch with myself. And my growth can be demonstrated by what I will describe in the following paragraph.

Because of certain changes in my life over the past several years, I’ve spent a lot of time comparing. I use the economic ladder to compare; whether it’s above or below. And believe me that only results in uncomfortable feelings and does not present any solutions. But now I am moving away from that type of behavior and appreciating who I am more and more. I am just gonna open up to the Universal wisdom and ride this journey to success.


So what is my true value. It is definitely not wealth as money is just a medium of exchange for attaining my true value. What’s my higher ideal? What am I really striving for? It’s interesting that when I look at my DMP it essentially is about a thought that’s been within me but which I have been afraid of. Somewhere along my life’s journey I developed a bad habit of thinking I am not worthy of higher ideals. I am lacking in the spiritual power needed to attain my ideals, but I can regain it by as I replace those bad mental  habits.

Visualization is the key as evidenced on how I decided to become an Engineer at a young age. At the age of 8, I  had the experience of driving by an oil refinery, and there was just something about the look and the smell. So right there and then I decided that I was going to work at a Chemical Plant, and there was nothing that was going to stop me from that accomplishment. However, let’s fast forward to a period later in my life. I was a manager earning the most I ever did but I was not settled spiritually. I was frustrated internally and became frustrated externally, which resulted in discord between me and my staff. I couldn’t figure out what life was all about and I was having a hard time accepting life on life’s terms. I went from having thoughts of vigor, strength, courage, and determination to having thoughts of lack, weakness, scarcity, faithlessness, and timidity.

Sometimes I feel that my DMP is too idealistic, and that I should change it to something less worthy but which would be more acceptable by my countrymen based on their traditions for measuring success. Heck No! I am gonna do me.

I want to get there: I am ready for my blessings; enough difficulties! The best thing I can think of right now is a portion of the Serenity Prayer by St. Francis of Assisi: “God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference.”

Peace out! Remember that Success is in the Journey.


My post is gonna be about the Week 15 intemized Lessons as opposed to the Webinar itself, although the lessons are obviously interwoven throughout the webinar. The reason I choose to do that is because the Lessons truly kicked up some feelings and I need to get honest about my journey.

The first item that got to me was “the laws under which we live are designed solely for our advantage”. And I said to myself that is so true so why am I not living it? I’ll tell you why. It’s because my allowed my subbie to develop bad habits that have been a stumbling block to me taking advantage of that reality.

Then “Difficulties, inharmonies, and obstacles, indicate that we are either refusing to give out what we no longer need, or refusing to accept what we require.” I choose to call it stubborness or that know-it-all attitude. I’ve got to let go and be open with harmony and love. A simple example of how I am letting this attitude to impede my progress happened this week. I was attending a tax review course, and someone offered me a ride back from the course. Initially I totally resisted the idea for a variety of reasons, none of which made sense. But eventually, after a battle in my mind I accepted and learned a lot because of the kindness and graciousness displayed by the driver. I was left with this feeling that those are qualities that I really need to improve on.

“Growth is attained through an exchange of the old for the new, of the good for the better.” Me personally, I need to exchange the old for the new. I spend way too much time thinking about the old: the type of career I used to have; where would I be now if I had stayed. Fact is that is long gone, and the only thing I can do about it is to embrace the new. Because for whatever reason I always wanted to be a successful entrepreneur.

There are so many other goodies in the Week 15 lessons that I am not gonna list the all but just summarize what I got out of them and the things I need to do.

Acceptance is one of the keys. Where I am today is because of me. The old subbie wants me to stay stuck and I am really identify with Paul’s statement in Romans 7:15, :I do not understand what I do. For what I want to do I do not do, but what I hate I do.” My old subbie enjoys sabotaging my growth so I need to “sit” and “sit” and “sit” and mentally relax because as the lesson points out “The ability to appropriate what we require for our growth, continually increases as we reach higher planes and broader visions.” I’ll tell you the truth when I first read that I was scared but I have concluded that I just need to let go and trust in the process.

The lesson also teaches me that “All conditions and experiences that come to us do so for our benefit”, and ” that we reap what we sow is mathematically exact”, but thank God that there is hope because “The inexorable requirements of growth demand that we exert the greatest degree of attraction for what is perfectly in accord wit us.” The “greatest degree”; hmmm. Not a great degree nor a greater degree, but the greatest degree. I’ve got to make a decision to myself, not to anyone else but to myself. So am I gonna put myself on the spot right now. I don’t need to be good or better. I need to be the best I can be.

“In order to posses vitality thought must be impregnated with love.” In order to attract abundance in my life, I need to think abundance only including harmonious language which can only be derived through love. Therefore my thoughts should all be based on love. Love will allow me to gain the sufficient insight to formulate a definite program for my success.

In summary, it was Paul who said “there is faith, hope, and love; but the greatest of these is love”. So what this tells me is that since the time of creation there is nothing new under the sun. The principles for my success are contained within all the laws of the Universal Mind that I need to plug into harmoniously.