MASTER KEY MASTER MIND ALLIANCE – WEEK #15 – Guest Blogger Steve Postich

This week’s Haanel had a great deal of meaning to me. “We cannot obtain what we lack if we tenaciously cling to what we have” and “If we wish desirable conditions, we can afford to entertain only desirable thoughts”. The 7 laws of the mind come into play here. 1) The Law of Substitution – You can only think of one thing at a time so replace any negative thought with a positive one. 2) The Law of Relaxation – A stressed, unrelaxed state of mind restricts one from accessing the universal mind. This is where meditation is beneficial. 3) The Law of Practice – Perfect Practice Prevents Poor Performance. The bigger percentage of succeeding in ones “Definite Major Purpose” is PRACTICE and the rest is implementation or WORK. 4) The Law of Forgiveness – If we are to access the Divine mind we have to have an open mind free of anger, hatred, or resentment against  anyone, justified or not. 5) The Law of Dual Thought – We have the ability to assign any feeling to a thought that we desire. 6) The Law of the Subconscious – When the subconscious mind believes an idea or object to be true it works 24/7 to bring it into manifestation. 7) The Law of Growth – What we think about grows and what we forget atrophies.

Every week more pieces of the MKMMA puzzle come together. While reading another MKMMA blog I clicked on a video they had copied of a cat looking into a mirror and a lion’s reflection was staring back. I regret that I didn’t copy it because I can’t find it now so that I can be more detailed. I remember a wealthy business owner had a party to announce a new invention he developed, but he became quite inebriated before his presentation. Knowing he was in no condition to give his presentation in his current condition he got up from his chair and went to a private room. A reporter followed him and saw something amazing. The business man staggered to a counter with a mirror hanging on the wall and stared into the mirror looking deep into his eyes and kept repeating “I am sober” over and over for several minutes. The reporter saw an amazing transformation as the minutes passed. When he was finished the business man stood erect, walked into the main room and promptly gave his presentation as if he never had a drink. We read the Guy/Gal in the Glass every night in front of the mirror looking at the reflection of ourselves. We did the same thing when we stood in front of the mirror and repeated our one line DMP for 50 minutes, but I doubt that anyone stared deep into their eyes while reading. I did it last night and it was frightening as well as amazing. It was hypnotic. It was like a direct path to your inner self, to your subconscious mind. WOW

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