While doing the Master Key part 20 contemplation on the fact that “In him we live and move and have our being” is literally and scientifically exact, I came to the realisation of the Creative Power of the Present moment. If we want to create anything new it can only be achieved by aligning ourselves with our Power within in the Present. If we are not present we are simply re-hashing known experiences and emotions.
Hanaal explains that:
Inspiration is from within. The Silence is necessary, the senses must be stilled, the muscles relaxed, repose cultivated. When you have thus come into possession of a sense of poise and power you will be ready to receive the information or inspiration or wisdom which may be necessary for the development of your purpose.
In Scroll V of the Greatest Salesman Og also encourages living in the present “I will live this day as if it is my last” he writes sealing “up it’s container of life so that not one drop spills itself upon the sand” There is no time to be wasted mourning yesterday or looking forward to tomorrow. This is the day to be lived and he encourages this last day to be lived as “my best”
Point of Creative Power
One of the discussion points on Sunday’s Master Key webinar was the importance of expanding our comfort zone by using Fear, Guilt, Anger, Hurt Feelings and Unworthiness as tools. So I have picked one in particular for this week – FEAR.
How can we use Fear as a tool to expand our comfort zones?
As I write this I realise I am already using FEAR as a tool for expanding my comfort zone by doing the NARC technique.
Neurological Associative Reactive Conditioning (NARC) is a technique that enables us to leverage our subconscious minds by making choices as to what we associate pain and pleasure with.
Humans are not designed to seek out or tolerate pain and we prefer to repeat things that bring us pleasure. We often avoid the “traction point” or “main thing” that would drive our lives, relationships and businesses forward because we associate pain with them. We may avoid things such as reaching out to others seeking help or sharing our ideas.
In this case I am using FEAR as a motivator to do something I want to do by imagining how awful I will feel if I don’t write this Blog as I have promised myself to FINISH STRONG and as Og says in scroll V “My last must be my best”
I have also realised this week that the feelings of Fear, Guilt, Anger, Hurt Feelings and Unworthiness are fabrications from our past experiences. When we practice observation of these emotions in the present they loose the power they appear to have over us.
“Do It Now”
To your Success!
A Great Post by my friend Bibi on Week 20