Week 13 – Love and Focus

I notice real change in how I deal with people. It’s mostly pretty fun but I’m nowhere near where I want to be. Even so it’s fun to be the observer most of the time. My awareness of my own thoughts and actions has really increased dramatically and I’ve gained a focus that will continue on after this class is over with.

The mindfulness of reserving my opinions, minimizing negative thoughts and emotions and loving all humanity has significantly changed how I interact with people. I’ve even noticed how some people close to me get a little emotional when I talk of love and legacy. In the past those things were understood between us and demonstrated in actions but rarely spoken of. Others have gotten uncomfortable as I talk of making life changing decisions based on my pivotal primary needs and my definite major purpose. It’s slightly amusing but also serious stuff and I’ve come to realize I need to help them understand. That’s really where the legacy starts.

I admit I’m still trying to love all humanity. (Horrible things in the world sometimes make that a difficult concept.) And keeping my opinions to myself all the time has been a daunting challenge. I’ve made great strides here and continue to improve. I’ve been blessed with people in my life who make this challenge complete. Limiting/eliminating negative thoughts has been a great source of progress especially when factoring in the seven second rule. Substituting another thought about God, love or something uplifting has been a big help. Sometimes we aren’t ready to receive some things as blessings but even the New Testament instructs us to be thankful for EVERYTHING (Eph 5:20). I’m a pretty positive, grateful guy and have a knack for finding a silver lining but, everything? I may have to meditate a little longer on that.

It’s really amazing how far I’ve come in fourteen weeks. All the work is paying off and I’m thankful for all the fortuitous coincidences that brought me to the Master Key Mastermind Alliance. I’m really comforted at how my thought life has changed which is where we build our lives. I’ve come full circle with this post as changing our thoughts changes our lives.

We’re half-way though the course and I can’t imagine it being over. My expectations are that this experience will continue to change my life and in turn the lives of those around me. The fuse is lit and I’m ready for blast-off. All the best of everything to all who read this.

I am whole, perfect, strong, powerful, loving, harmonious and happy.

Aloha.

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6 thoughts on “Week 13 – Love and Focus

  1. Stephen Serna

    Great progress Dennis, I’m with you on the loving all of humanity, it can be difficult at times, but I have improved quite a bit since starting this journey. I think if we all stay on the High Road we’re heading in the right direction. Peace & Blessings to You in this New Year.

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    1. Dennis Post author

      Thanks for your support Stephen. Good to hear of your progress also. All the best to you in the New Year as well! See you on the High Road on the way to the finish line!

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  2. Dennis Andrews

    Happy Holidays Big D!

    In reading your blog, I am touched by what seems as an “opening up” by you and how others react to that. Like you, I’ve had many opportunities to NOT share my opinion, and in not doing so, I find it interesting in conversations where the other person IS sounding out theirs, if I don'[t jump on the opinion pile, the line of conversations wanders to other things. At that point I try to interject a more positive subject. —- I applaud you for beginning to talk about your ppn’s and the things in this life that really matter and how it is affecting those around you emotionally. You are shining light my friend.

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  3. Elaine Archambeau

    your journey to become more loving and more present is commendable. I see it in comments you make and your blogs. You have an unusual way of being articulate, supportive and encouraging . You are a good man already and I wonder what blast off will be like.

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    1. Dennis Post author

      Than you for your kind words Elaine. I’ve been blessed with good teachers who’ve taught me we all learn better from constructive, supportive feedback. I plan for blast off to be a lot of fun! All the best to you!

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