My virtue this week is “well-organized”. Remember we are covering the virtues in the Franklin Makeover based on the order in which we require the most work first.
I can’t tell you how many times I have taken organization classes in hopes of finding the missing piece to catapult my efforts further faster. I believe dis-organization is a form of orchestrated chaos leaving overwhelm in its path. But why though? A form of resistance maybe?
This week has moved at a super crazy pace as my real estate business was full and profitable. I found that the week was slipping away yet I had spent little time focusing on my virtue of “well-organized”. I kept glancing at my desk top and the piles of paper and feeling a bit of a failure at being well-organized. Does one’s desktop really define well-organized?
In Master Key 18:33 it says “This week concentrate upon your power to create; seek insight, perception; try to find a logical basis for the faith which is in you.
During my next sit I decided to seek insight on well-organized. I was reminded of two beautiful examples of “well-organized” that I had encountered during the week. Oh my how I almost missed this. Never underestimate the power of a Sit.
There is no thought in my mind, but it quickly tends to convert itself into a power and organizes a huge instrumentality of means. ~Emerson
The Hero’s Journey is the journey so few are willing to take, the journey to one’s authentic self. Life is full of conditioning that we often have no clue that we are even cut off from following our bliss in life. I love the Master Key Mastermind Alliance because this course is all about busting away the cement (conditioning) in our lives and discovering our true self and taking the hero’s journey and discovering and following your bliss.
Why do members choose to quit MKMMA? They view this journey as danger rather than an adventure. Change can be scary, unfamiliar, and much of society not just our members choose to stay with what is comfortable and familiar.
The dragon is the voice that holds us back that says, “you can never do that”, and so the cement or life time of conditioning keeps us stuck and separated from our authentic self. The hero is the voice that says, “yes I am doing that” and seeks out change and follows their bliss. Choose to take your hero’s journey!
Peace, Love and Harmony to all.
Ep. 1: Joseph Campbell and the Power of Myth — ‘The Hero’s Adventure’