Week 15 God created miracles – you and me!

Prov 4:23 TEV:  Be careful how you think, your life is shaped by your thoughts.

Haanel: 15:13  …we can afford to entertain only desirable thoughts     15:14 …as words are thoughts taking form, we must be especially careful to use nothing but constructive and harmonious language…     15:!6  It is with words that we must express our thoughts, …         15:18 This wonderful POWER of clothing thoughts in the form of words…

Og Scroll IV: I am nature’s greatest miracle.  I will concentrate my energy (thoughts) on the challenge of the moment and my actions will help me forget all else.

Emerson’s Law of Compensation and Hill”s The Greatest Secret quotes are to be added later.

The life we create is above all material circumstance, it is about our thinking HABITS.  We were given a mind like no other creature and the life we have created to this moment is merely fodder for growth.   Every obstacle as Og writes is just an opportunity for us to learn and grow our character one moment at a time.

Habits and Temptation: All temptation begins in our mind. It has been programmed into us for sometimes decades.  Even someone well meaning said “blah, blah, blah” and we subconsciously internalized this as our reality. When a temptation/habit is presented that confirms our thinking of who we are it is easy and our natural instinct to go down that road.  New programming/thinking constantly reinforced by our MKMMA trying is the road to change.

My mind is my greatest asset and the KEY to the future I want.  ” An unmanaged mind leads to tension.  A managed mind leads to tranquility.  AN unmanaged mind leads to conflict.  A managed mind leads to confidence.  An unmanaged mind ads to stress.  When you don’t try to control your mind and the way  you direct your thoughts, you will have an enormous amount of stress in your life.  But a managed mind leads to strength, security and serenity.”  Rick Warren

Haanel 15:4 Growth is attained through an exchange of the old (difficulties, inharmonious and obstacles) for the new (opportunity, harmony, ease and flow of life)

Constantly, diligently working on keeping my thoughts positive and focused on what I want my life to be.  It is WORK.  Perfect Practice Prevents Poor Performance – My mantra…

Lots of Love and Big Huge Hugs.

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8 thoughts on “Week 15 God created miracles – you and me!

  1. Jeanne Doucette

    Thanks Judy for this thoughtful and well written blog! I really like that managed mind, getting control of one’s thoughts. very good. Jeanne

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  2. Jason

    Isn’t it awesome how we are creating so much more powerful and positive habits in MKMMA. I am feeling more vital than ever and I can sense that in you too. Great post your sharing is powerful

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  3. James Egins Jr

    Hi Judy, nice to read your blog post on your journey of self-discovery and mastery through the MKMMA course. REally looking forward to following the rest of your journey here.

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  4. Jerry Bronner

    Judy,
    Great blog and lots of research, which in my case causes to read a lot more while trying to find the quote I want to use. I like the part about the manage mind. That is a point that most people never understand. Great job.

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  5. Janet Andrews

    Judy, I really liked the case you laid out so well for our miraculous being and the options we have at our fingertips…free choice and awesome responsibility at the same time! Thank goodness for the gifts of awareness and appreciation this Program offers in direct proportion to our investment!

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  6. Janet Andrews

    Judy, I really liked the case you laid out so well for our miraculous being and the options we have at our fingertips…free choice and awesome responsibility at the same time! Thank goodness for the gifts of awareness and appreciation this Program offers in direct proportion to our investment!

    Reply

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