Firstly just wanted to say R.I.P. Faye Plett so sad to hear that we have lost a member of The Master Key Experience my thoughts go out to her family. This is a reminder how short and precious life is and we should all take the opportunities that life gives us to live as the best version of ourselves that we can be, I am nature’s greatest miracle.
Here we are embarking on the hero’s journey or we can go back to the known but I know the known isn’t going to give me much to be excited about because I have tried it for nearly forty years and I have learned nothing at least nothing of note so I guess what I am saying is I have to take the hero’s journey the other option has now become more scary.
I am no longer a reluctant hero so I am stepping into the unknown it has to be better than the known or comfortable mediocrity as I now call it, instead I am thinking of atonement or as The Fabulous Davene refers to it at-one-ment what a great take on it, I loved the sentence great discoveries are the result of a long continued investigation what a great sentence probably my favourite so far I have to keep on investigating or I won’t discover my true self now that’s powerful, how? The Hero’s Journey of course.
Where do we make this discovery by taking the journey within it really is beginning to fit together, I have started to see the value of the makeover other than just to feel good it’s the law of growth to me because what we think about grows, concentrating on a single word or phrase helps us see it within and in others, what we forget vanishes so we haven’t got room in our mind to concentrate on what we are bad at, this is also the law of substitution we can’t think of two things at the same time it’s great when it clicks.
I have my bags packed ready to go to climb my mountain you are going to see me waving from the top or dead on the ground but one thing is for sure I am not coming back to the known.
I always keep my promises, Gareth