Week 6 | Nature’s Greatest Miracle

There is no such thing as a minor lapse of integrity.  ~ Tom Peters

We are all creators, craftsmen and artist of our own lives.
We etch with our thoughts, we carve with our words, we sculpt with our focus. ~ Kim San Kuan

Gratitude – Kindness – Belief – Give more, Get more – You are Nature’s Greatest Miracle!

You are whole, You are perfect, You are strong, You are powerful, You are loving, You are harmonious and happy!  Aloha🌺💕

(MK 18:14 & 25 “Thought is the invisible link by which the individual comes into communication with the Universal, the finite with the Infinite, the seen with the Unseen…. he who has his heart in his work is certain to meet with unbounded success. He will give and continually give; and the more he gives, the more he will receive.”)

BELIEVE – “Optimism is the faith that leads to achievement. Nothing can be done without hope and confidence.” – Helen Keller

Character is much easier kept than recovered. – Thomas Paine

I have boundless gratitude making my heart sing on my enlightened path of self-discovery, investing in the “World Within”. My journey within welcomes the refreshing Master Key Experience which has my creative forces ignited, as methods appear, inexplicably opening new neuro-pathways for the methods and resources needed. Manifesting my heart’s desire effortlessly as I unfold my Dharma (DMP), new blueprint, living a life of purpose, and by extension, I know I am building mountains of faith, courage and confident expectation in myself as a mini-DMP. I can be what I will to be.
My experiential learning offered by this MKMMA course has  transformed my daily energy level, raised my spirits, inherent qualities of mind and character, and gradually enabled me to cause that moment of hesitation (between an idea that would advance my life and taking action) to MIRACULOUSLY disappear; welcoming this closer observation of  any disposition, basic tendency, or situation as I reconnect with the “Gal in the Glass” and the world outside my head and trust the people with whom I am in contact, while appreciating a process that has perhaps saved my life.

“The concept of fearlessness as an offering challenges us to see how our inner/human revolution can evolve into a blueprint for world peace. Our emotions allow us to see and affect the change needed in our behavior, actions or relationships.” …excerpt World Tribune/Living Buddhism. 

“We are always capable of maintaining a sense of connection with others, and through this can offer moments of authentic happiness to those around us, bringing our humanity to an ever-greater luster. These moments become the living record of our being, held in our own hearts and the hearts of others. This noble inner brilliance of life is the manifestation of an empowerment that persists under any circumstance.” …excerpt from SGI President Daisaku Ikeda’s 2015 Peace Proposal.

No matter what the circumstances, you should never concede defeat. Never conclude that you’ve reached a dead end, that everything is finished. You possess a glorious future. And precisely because of that, you must persevere and study. Life is eternal. We need to focus on the two existences of the present and the future and not get caught up in the past. We must always have the spirit to begin anew “from this moment,” to initiate a new struggle each day. ~ Dr Daisaku Ikeda

“Communication is an offering. When you tell someone your truth, you must release your expectation of what the other person should do with it. They may thank you profusely, love you forever, argue with you, or ignore you. It doesn’t matter. Of course we hope the gift will be received with appreciation and thanks. But if it isn’t we must not dictate. We’ve done our part, and we must trust the universe to do the rest.” “It takes a lot of courage to release the familiar and seemingly secure, to embrace the new. But there is no real security in what is no longer meaningful. There is more security in the adventurous and exciting, for in movement there is life, and in change there is power.” ~ Alan Cohen



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