Yes, words have power. We are learning that each week, as we’ve created new habits of written and verbal, writing and repeating affirmations, passages, readings, and recordings- a lot of words and a lot of power.
This week, during the Thanksgiving holiday, I’ve kept myself busy working on MKE projects- written new cards for updated services, promises, and movie trailer. I updated my shapes- leaving one blank on each copy and replacing the original, all filled in ones.
Last week, I did my first recording of my Definite Major Purpose, admittedly, a new adventure for me, and I’m not keen on listening to my voice. This week, I went on a recording frenzy by deleting last week’s Definite Major Purpose recording and replacing it with four others with three songs that inspire and motivate me, plus one to Baroque music. Baroque music has been scientifically proven to increase in the Theta state.
I also recorded my Blueprint Builder with the same 4 music choices. I recorded the Master Key 8 and 9 visualization exercises to listen to during my sits and a number of affirmations that I normally repeat on a daily basis.
Admittedly, I’m getting hooked on recording and looking for more things to record. Tomorrow, I will be recording my Press Release exercise from a few weeks ago. The more the merrier. Listening to our voices increases the messages in our subby, especially when combined with the Umbrella 7.
In regards to Thanksgiving, as many of us will be spending time with family and friends, there are some powerful words of wisdom from our 7 Laws of the Mind exercise that are great reminders to make some changes, especially if there is a history of differences, arguments, and separation amongst family and friends.
The one that stuck out for me is The Law of Forgiveness. I even took the time to express it on a social media post this morning. It is as follows: Thankful for this day of Thanks, Giving, and Receiving. Reminding all of us to keep in mind of The Law Of Forgiveness as we celebrate with family and friends- To access the Divine and connect the subconscious to the Omnipotent, Omniscient, and Omnipresent Creator, we must forgive everyone and anyone to clear the channel. There can be no connection to the Divine mind where anger or resentment against a brother or sister, justified or not, exists. And Ho’Oponopono- I am sorry. Please forgive me. Thank you. I love you. Happy Thanksgiving to all!
My goal for this Thanksgiving was to become an observer and not offer my opinions nor anything negative. I was successful! I hope that all of you had a Thankful, Grateful, Peaceful, and Happy Thanksgiving.
Peace to all.
Until next week…
You’re doing a great job with keeping up and expanding all the exercises! Way to go, Len!
Congrats Leonard on all of your accomplishments and for going above and beyond listening to your voice and being the observer.
Hi Len, Congratulations on your decision to be the observer over Thanksgiving and stay away from opinions. It sounds like you were successful. Thank you for sharing
Wow Leonard you said it well “Thankful for this day of Thanks, Giving, and Receiving. Reminding all of us to keep in mind of The Law Of Forgiveness as we celebrate with family and friends- To access the Divine and connect the subconscious to the Omnipotent, Omniscient, and Omnipresent Creator, we must forgive everyone and anyone to clear the channel. There can be no connection to the Divine mind where anger or resentment against a brother or sister, justified or not, exists”.
Yes, Leonard. Gratitude and forgiveness go hand-in-hand. Thanks for publishing your Week 9! 🙂
Way to go Leonard for staying positive and giving no opinions!
Inspiring post Leonard! You are actively engaging in the mental exercises and receiving the benefits of focusing your thoughts= experiencing more peace and enjoyment in your life. Thanks for reminding us how impactful the Law of Forgiveness can be when we apply it.
What a great insight, Leonard, that gratitude and forgiveness really do build on each other. Terrific post! Thanks so much for sharing.