Week 10 The Master Key Experience

Have you ever heard of the Boomerang affect? How about, ‘We reap what we sow?’

What ever you desire for yourself, affirm it for others.

Don’t you feel that requires effort? The kind of effort so few are willing to put forth?

There is a cause and effect relationship between the world within us and the world outside of us. Thoughts are the causes, and our external conditions are the effects.

The question I have is how do we sync ourselves up to be in harmony with the thoughts of others? case in point, living together as a family. When my kids don’t participate in keeping the family home clean, emotions are released from a subconscious level that I don’t like. It’s a restrained monster that is leashed by Law. The clean up job gets done, I puts the monster away hoping to never be revealed again.

Note: I use bold case underlined I to represent the spirit. With regards to the above question. Would it be I , Conscious mind or the subconscious mind that related to the adverse external condition? In the example I made, kids leaving a mess.

Published by Rav Barring

I’m learning about me and how far I can take myself without recoiling back. The hits I take hurt more as I age. I’m not one to quit. I’m going to get to see my vision become a reality or die trying. Either way, my family wins financially and experientially.

4 thoughts on “Week 10 The Master Key Experience

  1. Sometimes family can be the hardest! I can empathize with your current situation and relate to your question. Interested in hearing others’ thoughts as well. I know for me, the Law of substitution helps. When a negative thought enters my mind, I take a moment to relax (take space) and replace it with a positive thought. This also reminds me of the peptides that are addicted to a certain feeling, craving, etc. Remember that video clip? I believe every effort we make in engaging in this course and renewing our thought life will result in a life living by the new blue print! Good for you for continuing to press in.

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  2. I enjoyed reading your blog. I’m totally familiar with with all the quirky things that family can bring to the table.. I look at it as being a true test of exercising the 7 day mental diet. You’ll win out in the end with constant persistence. I’m rooting for you😎

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  3. So good how you describe and use “I”. Remember, when we can “get along” and manage our own family (thoughts and actions) we can get along with anyone. They are our teachers.


  4. I appreciated your use of “I” as well. I never thought of the released emotions re: the family services getting done. I personally find it much easier to do more when others are giving as well. Give more, give more kinda thing – that is actually give more, get more!


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