Week 2 – How to Deal with the “R” Word

As part of the Master Key Program, I wrote my 400-word Definite Major Purpose. I found that I described the life I have been wanting to live for at least the past five years, and that I hope to manifest in the next five years. The gap between where I am now and where I want to be, both geographically and in my business, appears quite wide to my conscious mind. To my unconscious mind, it’s a piece of cake, right?
My income needs to rise dramatically for me to be able to execute my desire in the next five years and beyond. When I look at our budget and checkbook, the “R” word keeps surfacing. The “R” word is Realistic, and it’s a reflection of my conscious thinking. My husband and I have agreed not to use the “R” word in creating the next phase of our life together.
How “Realistic” is it for me to create a $2 million+ per year sustainable income as a network marketer? Well, according to what I’m learning in the Master Keys, that’s not for my conscious mind to judge, it’s for my subconscious mind to create. On the other hand, my conscious mind is supposed to act as the “guardian at the gate” of my subconscious mind, so is it being a worthy guardian when it communicates a desire to my subconscious mind that could appear “unrealistic” to someone who does not understand the dual power of a network marketing business and a deliberately and repetitively programmed subconscious mind?
I have to go with my gut, which tells me that now is my time and that the Master Key program came at just the right point in my life when I need to kick my subconscious power in gear like never before to enable me to achieve my definite major purpose. Do it Now and kick the “R” word to the curb!

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5 thoughts on “Week 2 – How to Deal with the “R” Word”

  1. Well written! You are so right sista! And I loved your comment about the dreaming in your Week 1 blog. You should hear about my dream that night! A pet chicken that…..oh! Never mind. Looking forward to your Week 3 blog. Refreshing! and reassuring, too.

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