MKE Week 5- My FAT Wallet and Other Fascinations

This amazing journey we know as the Master Key Experience has just reached another level! The law of giving is dynamic; it's kinetic; and it's immediate! And my wallet is getting tough to close. Just as Haanel states in 4-21, "The more we give, the more we shall get; we must become a channel whereby the Universal can express activity".

As an introvert this fervent focus on giving and being a grateful receiver is new for me and yet the dividends seem as if they were just waiting for me to openly act. In the last week, I have:

  • Sold three high-dollar items I am no longer using- with EASE;
  • Received special orders to be made for holiday gifting;
  • Acquired two new members in my business organization- with EASE

As we work to refine our Definite Major Purpose statements, one of my needs is autonomy. Until last year I managed a high-end Italian restaurant, which I enjoyed for a number of years. Within that last year, however, the stressors of the job began to outweigh the dividends and as a highly respected business acquaintance of mine is famous for saying, "If you're not having fun, you're done!" As "fun" was becoming a distant memory I elected to leave the industry in 2016; putting the detractors, along with the dividends,  in my rearview mirror.

Since that time I have not looked back with any regrets, but the one pothole in my journey needing a good solid patch has been the obvious discontinuation of income.  My sweetheart is perfectly happy with me piloting my own life, working or not working as I choose. But I need challenge, drive, passionate purpose! Until recently I've been trying to fulfill the external with the external, failing to make use of that subconscious power and living within very narrow limits (Haanel 5-1). No more!

As I hear it, there is a fine estate awaiting a claimant (5-14). I earnestly desire it. I assert my claim. And I take possession. And I'm headed to the bank! My wallet is full.





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Rebecca Ann

I'm a recovering perfectionist cultivating joy, adventure and passion by observing and learning from and through my varying environments. I live unapologetically, yet humble; adventurously yet calculating of risks; creatively while forever working to enlarge my patience to continuously learn new things, within and without.

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