Archive for October, 2013


Week 5: Heart Song

I have always felt the connection of the divine source in nature. The sounds of the forest or the ocean are the best sources for me to connect.  This atmosphere has always brought me closer to the divine presence.  It is universal when you experience the power of the ocean and also the peacefulness that you feel by the coast.  When I can’t get to the ocean, there is always the forest that provides this same sense of closeness, but yet different.  These surroundings are the best places to be to bring things into perspective.  The video is by Stephen Shaw and it is from his book titled the same, “Heart Song.”

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Week 4: The Power Within

I am have been thinking of how to put the power within into words. I have found it on the blog of Randy Gage and would like to share it.

There is a Power within in you that can be called forth on demand. This Power allows you to transcend what most people believe are human limitations. When you make conscious contact with this Power, it transforms your life, because in your true nature – you are this Power in expression.

So what is this Power, where did it come from, and what is its purpose?

In your true nature, you are a perfect individualization of this force – Infinite Intelligence. In the beginning this Infinite Intelligence created man (and woman) in its image. This means the force that created us, expressed Itself in an infinite number of beings. Or perhaps more appropriate, infinite centers of consciousness…

If we want to get more scientific, you, me, and everyone (and everything) else on this planet (and millions of others), is a manifestation of this Universal Creative Energy.

So what does that really mean?

It means YOU are the Self-expression of the Infinite Power of the Universe. It means that you are also the Self-expression of the Infinite Mind of the Universe. So here is the consciousness-transforming question – and one of the most important ones you can ever ask yourself…

If you are the manifestation of this Power – if this Power is expressing Itself as you – can it leave or forsake Its own Self-expression?

Please do some critical thinking on that and share your thoughts.

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It has been great weather the last few weeks, but it is nice to have the crispness of fall finally arrive.  60 degrees for this week and I am eager to get things done.  Frost on the wind shield this morning and a bit of scraping to get myself going.  the leaves are changing and coming down.  Can’t wait till the first snow.  I love this time of year.

“For man, autumn is a time of harvest, of gathering together.  
For nature, it is a time of sowing, of scattering abroad.”
–   Edwin Way Teale

We are drawn together with the same purpose.  To build from within and to scatter the seed to help one another to achieve our the world the universe has to offer.

Over the Columbus Day weekend I participated in a local 5k walk run in the support of breast cancer awareness and research.  The theme for the walk is the Flames of Hope with a sand sculpture of the Phoenix rising from the ashes.  As this symbol applies to this cause, I find it applies to many situations in life.  It is the symbol chosen for those suffering from illness, but also it an appropriate symbol for us who choose to change our way of thinking and face the changes we face in life.

“Phoenix rising from the ashes.”  As the story goes, the phoenix is a mythical bird with fiery plumage that lives up to 100 years. Near the end of its life, it settles in to its nest of twigs which then burns ferociously, reducing bird and nest to ashes. And from those ashes, a fledgling phoenix rises – renewed and reborn.

This is the point where I am in my life.  The master keys master mind alliance is my time of renewal and rebirth.  This is my time.

Part of this journey is to decide on the pivotal needs.  One of mine is legacy.  It has always my belief that the footprint of our existence in this world should be positive.  Our presence in this world is a short time in relevance to eternity.  Make your time count during this short life you have.  Leave a positive influence to the generations to come like others have done before us.  

Create the legacy of a better world.
Leave this world a better place than you found it.
Literally planting trees for
your great-grandchildren is a wonderful idea,
but far more important…
use this symbolism – this imagery –
to represent the kind of legacy
you want to leave to future generations.
– Jonathan Lockwood Huie

Week 1: Beginning of my MKMMA adventure

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This is the beginning of a new stage of my life.  A time of discovery and awakening.  I already feel more confident in just taking the step to do Master Keys Mastermind Alliance.  I have a copy of “The Greatest Salesman in the World” with me at all times.  My progress will be posted regularly as I take this journey.  Besides the Greatest Salesman in the World I have read a number of books that have been helpful.  ”I Am: The Power of Discovering Who You Really are, ” by Howard Falco, and “I Am Wishes Fulfilled” by Dr. Wayne Dyer and “Awaken the Giant Within” by Anthony Robbins. In fact I probably would have never considered the Master Keys Mastermind Alliance if I had not read these books recently.  It has brought me to a whole new way of thinking about myself and life.

I chose Genshai as my login, definition Genshai involves the human family, it requires interaction in order to lift people up to their highest self. The foundation of Genshai is love of others and yourself. It is reaching out to those who may feel small and giving them a path to discover their best self.  Just as you can’t give a hug without receiving one in return, you can’t Live Genshai without discovering the greatness within you!

This is my first attempt a blogging.  I am sure I will improve over time.  An exciting time to find the light within and the power of achievement that has always been there.  There is so much to look forward to.  A first step taken.

The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step.  Lao Tzu