Monthly Archives: December 2014

Week 13 – And so this is Christmas…

Firstly, let me begin by wishing you a most wonderful Christmas from Down Under…. My OS friends, heads up its going to be a great day!!


It may seem strange writing a blog on Christmas Day, but sitting in amongst all the presents and copious amounts of food and drink a thought popped into my head that I felt I should share…

Ask mostly anyone what they think about when you say Christmas, and they talk about all the festivities associated; Santa, presents, birth of baby Jesus, too much food and drink, peace, goodwill, Christmas lights and carols… and I too fall into this category. I have ALWAYS loved Christmas, there is just something special, something magical when the whole world pauses for a day and comes together as one to celebrate – in one way or another, no matter what beliefs usually separate us.

The feelings are like nothing that comes before and nothing that comes after that one special day….

And this simple fact has lead me to my thought today…. WHY???

WHY is it only today in which we choose (because it is a choice) to celebrate life, love and giving? The feelings that you experience on Christmas morning either as a child opening gifts from Santa or as a grownup watching your children open their presents is priceless, tears welled in my eyes and I was overcome with joy and gratitude this morning when I saw the sheer delight and surprise in my children’s eyes.

Why would you not want to experience these feelings EVERY day??

Just stop and think for one moment what the world would look like if we could carry the joy of Christmas far beyond one day per year….. the beautiful part of it is….. you CAN!! You can choose to take those feelings with you, and intertwine them in your every day life, all you have to do is attach them to your thoughts!! HOW COOL IS THAT?!!!

say whaaa

The Seven Laws of the mind are coming into play every day and face-palming me right in the…. well…. FACE!! lol…

One of my favorite sentences from the Master Keys Part Thirteen this week, helps tie it all together, it is one thing to know and learn about the laws, it is another to USE them

Sentence 22

“In the first place, we must put our knowledge into practice. Nothing can be accomplished in any other way. The athlete may read books and lessons on physical training all his life, but unless he begins to give out strength by actual work he will never receive any strength; he will eventually get exactly what he gives; but he will have to give it first. It is exactly the same with us; we will get exactly what we give, but we shall have to give it first. It will then return to us many fold, and the giving is simply a mental process, because thoughts are causes and conditions are effects; therefore in giving thoughts of courage, inspiration, health or help of any kind we are setting causes in motion which will bring about their effect”

What better way to put this mental process into ACTION / practice that to choose to take the spirit and joyous feelings of Christmas with us, not just for a day….. but for our whole life if we choose.


Blessings to you all

Live limiltess




Week 12 – Multi-tasking SUCKS!

In today’s fast paced society multi-tasking has virtually become a necessity to stay abreast of what is going on in the world, your life, the life of your friends and family and all things associated. So much demand is put upon us to be almost ‘superhuman’ in the way we communicate and function in our day to day activities.

How many times have you found yourself watching the news, checking your email, replying to a text message, tidying the kids toys and cooking dinner all at the same time, only to sit down at the end of the evening and wonder where all the time went and why you feel like you have barely accomplished a thing (and just how many browser tabs do you have open right now!?!).

Some people say, you just need to learn to multi-task better to accomplish more – what a load of bull poo!!!


Joining together with Part Twelve of the Master Key – from even the words of the introduction….

“The time and thought which most persons waste in aimless effort would accomplish wonders if properly directed with some special object in view. In order to do this, it is necessary to centre your mental force upon a specific thought and hold it there, to the exclusion of all other thoughts

… to our key exercise this week of being able to concentrate on ONE sentence in front of our mirror for 50minutes – a seemingly simple task one might assume – but to hold onto this one thought, to the EXCLUSION of all other thoughts is a skill of its own!

It is becoming apparently clear that in order to achieve a desired outcome we simply (or not so simply!) must, MUST, be able to concentrate our thoughts purely on this one objective, ignoring the obstacles of the outside world, including the opinions of others (which often is the hardest thing to do).

From sentence 6 and leading into 7, Part Twelve

“….your ideal must be sharp, clear-cut, definite; to have one ideal today, another tomorrow, and a third next week, means to scatter your forces and accomplish nothing; your result will be a meaningless and chaotic combination of wasted material.  Unfortunately this is the result which many are securing, and the cause is self evident…”

The key… SLOW DOWN… stop multi-tasking and focus focus FOCUS!!!


Live Limitless and FOCUS!!



Week 11 – Its not what you think…


Defined in the dictionary as: “continuing to do something or to try to do something even though it is difficult or other people want you to stop”

I always believed this was a skill in its own right, one of which you either do or do not have (me being in the latter half of this discussion) – this week, to my absolute delight I discovered this is just not so.


This is HUGE news for me and news I am still allowing to sink in to my subconscious and completely accept this fact. To me being persistent was just simply continuing to try again, and again, and again and not quitting.

Persistence is actually a BY-PRODUCT of habit (seems logical I hear you say to yourself, trying again and again and again is a habit right?!)… here is the KEY though…. not just any habit, 4 specific but tiny little habits

1. A definite purpose back by a burning desire for its fulfillment

2. A definite plan, expressed in continuous action

3. A mind closed tightly against all negative and discouraging influences including negative suggestions of relatives, friends and acquaintances

4. Friendly alliance with one or more persons who will encourage one to follow through with both plan and purpose

Now, lets quickly run through to date what we have been building towards with this incredible MKMMA experience..

1. Check – DMP and repeating it multiple times daily with enthuuuuusiam (Thanks Mark J!!)

2. Check – Our smart goals and POA card helping ourselves gain traction toward achievement

3. Check – The 7 day mental diet (which is a diet I am NEVER quitting!) engaging the law of substitution and not holding a negative thought for anymore than 7 seconds without a conscious restart

4. Check – MKMMA alliance and our personal connections and the guy/gal in the glass

HOLY CRAPBALLS BATMAN!! I have just checked off the 4 key tiny habits to building persistence!! HAPPY DANCE – ready GO!!!


I AM DOING IT !! This time, not just trying again and again and again….

Since this grand discovery this week, my old blueprint has been trying to rear its ugly head and say – you cant do this, you are not persistent, you dont have that skill….. and trying with all its might to push back against what I now KNOW I am capable of…. I R-E-F-U-S-E (you hear that subby?!!) I OUT LOUD R-E-F-U-S-E to be sucked in to believe that I am not capable.

Thank you all, for your words of encouragement and for sharing your honesty in this journey with me!

In the words of my good friend Og…


Live Limitless



Week 10 – UNTIL…

How long would you give a child to learn to walk??


How many times would you see them fall, to pick them back up with tears in their eyes and still encourage them to continue?? How long would you make them persist in learning…..


We as adults encourage, and praise continuously UNTIL they learn to walk and then shout it from the rooftops as they manage to succeed in that first…. wobbly….. step.

Why then, do we not adopt this simple strategy for ourselves. When is the point in time in which we forget this simple lesson?? Why do we give up so easy, because we feel like we are not successful the first, or 50th time… what would happen if a mother gave up on her child learning walk at try 49…… (you can fill in the blank here!)

BUT…Here is the great news…


We can CHOOSE to continue, to persist, UNTIL we succeed.

As children, we are only born with two fears – the fear of loud noises and the fear of falling. ALL other fears are created and learned along the way, from personal experience or shared stories. We actually learn to be afraid and link feelings we do not like, therefore, will do mostly anything so as to keep ourselves from experiences these feelings by taking the associated action.

Do you realize how powerful this is???

Not only can we choose our response to certain actions or situations, but we CAN teach ourselves to love them.. by attaching new feelings… we are ABLE to change our RESPONSE… but we must choose to….

“From this moments, ALL hate is let from my veins, for I have not time to hate, only time to love”

I was always a little apprehensive about moving onto the next Scroll In The Greatest Salesman, I get attached to the words and created a “fear” of letting them go. This time, I made a CHOICE… to “greet this day with love” and I succeeded – I was excited about the getting into the next Scroll and wow…. powerful. I’m not sure how Og manages to do it, but each one seems to be more powerful than the last, just when I think he has topped himself!! (but that is just my opinion…. whoops!! lol)

Connecting with others this week has been empowering, making personal connections with MKMMA members turns this from an online course we are completing with a bunch of other people – to creating life changing events with friends. Sharing in victories and struggles, realizing we are ALL human and going through the same emotions as we break through our cement….

One of my favourite paragraphs from Scroll III –

“I was not delivered unto this world in defeat, not does failure course in my veins. I am not a sheep waiting to be prodded by my shepherd. I am a lion and I refuse to talk, to walk, to sleep with the sheep. I will hear not those who weep and complain, for their disease is contagious. Let them join the sheep. The slaughterhouse of failure is not my destiny”


I will persist.

I will win.

(CHOOSE to) Live Limitless,