Thank you all for the Belated Happy Birthday wishes. Last week was my girlfriend Birthday and this week was my Birthday.
I did a little R2A2ing (Recognize, Relate, Assimilate, Apply) this week seeing the MKMMA in other things I’m doing. This week I listened to Don Miguel Ruiz, The Fifth Agreement: A Practical Guide to Self-Mastery (A Toltec Wisdom Book)
Here are some quotes (taken from GoodReads.com) that tie in with what we have been learning in the MKMMA.
“You are here just to be, for no reason. You have no mission except to enjoy life, to be happy. The only thing you need is just to be the real you. Be authentic. Be the presence. Be happiness. Be love. Be joy. Be yourself; that’s the main point. That’s wisdom.”
Does that sound familiar? The point of the MKMMA is to create our authentic selves. Creating our hearts desires in our DMP, spending time in our SIT’s living our hearts desires. Thus manifesting our hearts desires here and NOW.
This quote is a little long but I think you will agree it’s a great example of the Cement (Golden) Buddha and the River of Dreams that we always talk about. Don’t know the story of the Golden Buddha watch this short three minute video https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=jtNLY18hjdo
“Is it really true that you’re not perfect just the way you are? Can you see all the judgments that you have about yourself? Every judgment is just an opinion — it’s just a point of view — and that point of view wasn’t there when you were born. Everything you think about yourself, everything you believe about yourself, is because you learned it. You learned the opinions from Mom, Dad, siblings, and society. They sent all those images of how a body should look; they expressed all those opinions about the way you are, the way you are not, the way you should be. They delivered a message, and you agreed with that message. And now you think so many things about what you are, but are they the truth? You see, the problem is not really knowledge; the problem is believing in a distortion of knowledge — and that is what we call a lie. What is the truth, and what is the lie? What is real, and what is virtual? Can you see the difference, or do you believe that voice in your head every time it speaks and distorts the truth while assuring you that what you believe is the way things really are? Is it really true that you’re not a good human, and that you’ll never be good enough? Is it really true that you don’t deserve to be happy? Is it really true that you’re not worthy of love?”
“We are all PERFECT, made by PERFECT,” Mark J.
Until our paths cross again.
Be Happy, Dream Big and Believe.
Steve aka Yoda