Week 1 – My thoughts on Master Key Mastermind Alliance Experience

Hi Everyone,

My name is Julie Ebanks – student for the next 6 months.  Below are my thoughts on my first week on the MKMMA course.

Wow was my initial reaction – what a lot of information to take in.  I felt overwhelmed, scared, excited and nervous all at the same time and thinking can I do this.  Its been a very long time since I was a student.  How will it affect me over the next 6 months?

Priority I knew I had to get myself organised.  Felt slightly at ease once I’d printed off the paperwork and placed them in the folders.

I was chomping at the bit to read the Greatest Salesman (So I read up to page 14).  I did not go any further when I saw the video with Mark emphasising do not read the scrolls. Blast!!  I was itching to continue but managed to contain myself.

However, I found it was very interesting observing my own behaviour when I decided to sit down to write my DMP, and the thoughts going around in my head.  i.e. Maybe I should start on it later, what can I have to eat.  Maybe I should call my friend. I think I’d watch some TV.

I found myself thinking ‘DIG IN Don’t let the ego win’.

So far I have felt comfortable settling into my reading routine. (I love reading anyway). I‘ve always found the following trait interesting.  With each repetition of reading, there was always a sentence or paragraph that stood out and I would think to myself I don’t remember reading that section and why did it stand out??

I loved the exercise of sitting still for 15 – 30 minutes after reading the Master Key.  I was surprised at how well I completed this exercise.  It was peaceful and relaxing, I felt connected to the energy around me. When I opened my eyes Maxi and Tango (my cats) were looking at me rather perplexed. I had to laugh when I saw the look on their faces.

When I read and heard that one of the tasks was to set up Twitter and Blog I could feel the resistance rise within me because I am a very private person.  I have never felt comfortable being on Facebook .  So for me it is ‘hanging out your laundry of smalls for all to see’.  I realised I had been used to ‘hiding’ and it made me feel vulnerable – Ironic, as I am a people person.   Another lesson the universe is showing me about myself.  Time to come out into the light – the cement is definitely being chipped away.

I have also noticed a subtle increase in synchronicity, just little things but situations that seem to fall nicely into place just when it’s needed.

All in all enjoying the experience of going into study mode, and looking forward to the next webinar.

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Cheryl A's - Master Key - October 2, 2014

Well done Mum – I am so pleased to be on this self discovery journey together.

masterkeydeirdres - October 3, 2014

Fantastic Jule, I can really relate to ;your blog…why are we hiding? why are we so protective when we are doing nothing wrong! I look forward to following you on your journey of self discovery.

    julieebanksttg - October 3, 2014

    Thanks Deirdre.

      Cheryl A's - Master Key - October 3, 2014

      Very true point Deirdre – Mums blog and your comment reminds me of Nelson Mandela’s quote:

      “Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness, that frightens us most. We ask ourselves, ‘who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented and famous?’ Actually, who are you not to be? You are a child of God. Your playing small does not serve the world. There is nothing enlightened in shrinking so that others will not feel small around you. We were born to make manifest the glory of God that is within us. It’s not just in some of us; its in all of us. And when we let our own light shine, we unconsciously give others permission to do the same. As we are liberated from our own fear, our presence automatically liberates others.”

      Let your lights shine ladies!! xx

masterkeyjoycen - October 8, 2014

Julie, I love how you describe your sitting still session and being connected to the energy all around you. I can identify with the steps you took to put off writing your DMP. It sounds like you are already creating good habits. Yay!

Rui Silva - October 8, 2014

What a great post. Beautiful described! I love it. Thanks

    julieebanksttg - October 9, 2014

    Thank you Rui. First time blogging/journalling. I suppose there is no right or wrong way to do this but to let your thoughts flow.


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