You know, since 3 weeks I'm following a new routine like reading 3 times per day my Definite Major Purpose (DMP). The DMP is a creation build on what I truly love to manifest.
I wrote that on a paper, and every week I adjust some informations to be more close to what I realy want and my guide (personal coach) helps me to be more specific in a way that my subconscience understand what I want.
Yes, apparently I need to learn a new way to talk to my subby (Petname of my subconscience), and in fact it's so interesting to learn how to comunicate with it.
Because the subby is my partner to change my perception, my habits, my life.
And I realised this week particuly that my focus is more close to want I want instead of what I don't want.
So I apply the principle with discipline and enthusiasm because I realy want to be a better version of myself.
This beautiful red leave was a good sign during my walk, to remember to be present and appreciative and as well to noticed the red round color.
Like I told you, I'm learning how to talk with my subby, and the red round color is an exercice I have to apply this week, every time I see red color, or the shape like round, I think about my DMP.
So my focus is always connected with my DMP, last week, it was with a blue rectangle. And believe me, the sky was every day clear, so I was able to notice all the time this beautiful blue color.
My DMP is my focus!
I'm sharing my transformation with the Master Key Experience
More about me
I love to learn all the informations that help me to be a better version of myself. So you can imagine that's a great news for me to be in the MKE.
I already experience differents courses, books, seminares, teachings and it's always a new stone I add to my building.
Since I'm borned, I met amazing people who shared with me wisdom informations. And by seing and listening them, I understood that if I want things to change in my life, I have to change things in my life.
And of course, the first step is to change the way I think!
I also love to spend time with animals, they are for me as well excellent teachers! Mostly my dog Kinu. :)