Hi it is Monday night and Sunday was the start of week 4. I have to revise my DPM again. I think I might end up doing complete rewrite but I’m not sure yet. It might take me a few days to decide how I am going to change it. Hopefully whatever I do will make it better with less revisions needed but I have to get it right even if it takes awhile. We added a couple of more things to do but it is all manageable. The webinars are great and I look forward to each new one.
I was talking to a couple of my friends at work today and tried to explain what we are doing. I told them that the subconscious controls what we do. That is does not decide anything is just responds and how it responds is based on the information it as received from our conscious mind. So if we are constantly mad, unhappy, stressed out and have bad habits. The subconscious has that constant input and tries to make sure that we get that in our life. It does that because it accepts that the information it receives is true so that is what it tries to make happen. Then I said to reprogram the subconscious you have to feed it new information. So you need to stop being negative. Start feeding it positive thoughts all the time because you are overcoming years of bad information. Jason said “That’s easier said than done”. I told him yes it is. But everyday several times a day we are feeding new information in. We read the scrolls 2 times a day and out loud once. We read our DPM out loud 3 times a day. We read the MKS chapter, the Blueprint builder and other things everyday. We are also eliminating negative words and thinking about who we want to become and not worrying about how all of it will be accomplished.
I told them it is not something that is going to happen Immediately and it does take putting in the work but I love the process and look forward to the changes that are happening. I’m not sure I gave them a great explanation but there was a lot of enthusiasm.
I feel I have nothing to lose except a life that I am not completely happy with and the opportunity to have a life better than ever thought I could.