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MKE WEEK 24 (PART 1) PUTS OUR BLOG ROVER COMMENTS IN HYPER-DRIVE

Because without this need for speed, there is little chance I’ll be able to get the words once said, into this blog, indeed.

It is the current intention to split those comments remaining for all to see into three. Parts 1 and 2 involve the past, while part 3, the end of now. Of course, now is now more of a then, Doesn’t matter so much what you call it, because now it’s time to begin.

This week marks a return to the rest of my comments made the first year of blog rover existence. So without further ado, here they are, just for you,

BLOGSTER BITS ON DISPLAY

A chronological chronicle, a comment compendium composed and collected by the guy some call Lorenzo.

SOME GENERICS

18, If envy and jealousy were a part of my modus operandi, then this exquisite post you have written could very well be a cause of both!

19. Completing the MKMMA program is demanding all by itself – even without all the additional pressures of building a business, tending to your daughter post op, etc.; so I truly appreciate your blogging efforts! Mahalo! Mahalo! Mahalo!

20. Was it Deepak Chopra who said, “DO A LITTLE, ACCOMPLISH A LOT. DO NOTHING, AND ACCOMPLISH EVERYTHING!”?

21. Yes, balance is key. Personal viewpoints, of course, differ. I see balance as one of those elusive things – impossible to ever achieve – yet vitally important we continue to try, anyway.

22. “Oneness” is such a vital principle, if a “tipping point” number of people understood its meaning, the world would be instantly transformed – do you agree? And as for the feeling, no if’s, and’s, or but’s about it – you can maintain! You can! You can! You can!

23. Aloha, Member’s Name!. It’s me again, Loren, your Blog Rover friend. It’s been 4 weeks since my last visit, yet it seems like only yesterday! Einstein let us know that time is relative, however, it still amazes me the degree to which time can either speed up, or slow down, depending on the actions we take In using the time we have each day. When I was in your shoes two years ago, time flew by! And still does! Should you decide to become a guide – as I hope you do – then, perhaps, we can fly around together and help create “the buzz!”

24. According to Og, “YOU ARE NATURE’S GREATEST MIRACLE,” and I believe you are the living proof And that’s quite empirical!

25. According to Og, “YOU ARE NATURE’S GREATEST MIRACLE!” Do you believe him? Whether you do, or don’t, why? I believe him, and that’s why I believe in you. The love you expressed with your husband during a difficult time and your kindness tells me you’re heading down the home stretch and building momentum! That’s sublime!!

26. I want to let you know how well you’ve written this post. So well, in fact, I was right there with you in your shoes, beginning to feel a bit lonely, and starting to get the blues… Until I remembered the importance of focusing on things I want, rather than don’t want – focusing on what it’s like living in the new life I’m creating, rather than the loneliness that in doing so, I’m actually exacerbating. What do I know, though?

27. Just as we have our strengths, we have our weaknesses, too. I commend you for revealing your persistence, and resistance to quit! Together they are enough to carry you to that powerful person you’ve been preparing for. “Be Prepared,” is the Boy Scouts motto… And that “powerful person,” is, of course, you!

28. Aloha, Member’s Name! Loren from Blog Roverville is here!

Have you ever experienced anything comparable to MKMMA?, I know I haven’t! So many powerful concepts to tease the mind, move the body, and arouse the spirit. Well, Lori, this terrific post you’ve written has captured so much of all three!

29. In the Week 17 HJ webinar, Mark says “Don’t play small, answer the call!”

Doesn’t mean that much, until one knows the context. Then we realize it means everything, because it’s the call to take the hero’s journey – the journey to reclaim our authentic self – the part of us that knows why we are here. It’s not to find the meaning of life. It’s to give meaning to life by knowing  exactly what we need to be doing to make the most of our unique, magnificent potential to serve others; and in so doing serve ourselves.

30. According to Scroll V, “WE ARE TO LIVE THIS DAY AS IF IT IS ARE LAST!” Combine that with “WHAT WOULD THE PERSON I INTEND TO BECOME DO NEXT?” gives pause to wonder why anyone would even bother to write a blog post. However, us rovers realize they are stepping stones to greatness. Therefore, as you near the finish line, we commend you for staying the course!

31. Yes, “a rising tide raises every ship,” (except for those that quit and sit on the bottom). A huge Blog Rover mahalo for taking the moon into your hands with an iron grip, and persistently focused control! As for the rest, I hope you like crabs, because now you’ve got ’em! And may God rest your every soul! In fun, frivolity, and laughter, HAPPY HOLIDAYS now, and all the ones hereafter!

AND SO ENDED BLOG ROVER YEAR #1

As a great big thank you for stopping by, this is something I stumbled upon awhile back…

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REMEMBER: to complete your subscription to either, you must go to the email address you’ve typed in, find the confirmation message with my name: Loren Taylor, open it, and click the subscriber verification link inside.

When subscribing, there is no further obligation, and you can unsubscribe at any time.

As a personal thank you for subscribing to either the “7-DAY MENTAL DIET,” or my BLOG/NEWSLETTER, I will add you to my list giving you advance notice of when to sign up for our next MKMMA 6-month, pay-it-forward program!

Any and all feedback related to this post is encouraged and appreciated. Look for the comment box at the bottom of this post. If not present, simply click on the title at the top of this post, and scroll to the bottom.

Once again. MAHALO!

 

MKE WEEK 23 IS IN DRAFT MODE

…and more than likely will remain that way — even after it is published. If you are reading this now, it’s been published. So what separates a draft from the real deal?

In general, a draft is a work in progress. (There I go again; sounding like I know what I’m talking about) Perhaps, only a portion of the entire post has been completed, or, perhaps, the whole enchilada is in the frying pan, and only requires some heat and appropriate garnish to serve hungry customers, or, similarly, taking another example, if we are out in the field, combat boots need only be the fully functioning, war-ready foot-ware they were designed to be. While back at the base, say it comes time for army guard mount inspection by the officer in charge, it’s also spit and polish time. What the shoes do is not good enough. They must look good, too. Form over function. We must ask ourselves, (and Nancy Sinatra) were those boots really “meant just for walking?” 🙂

So what makes this post different than the two examples just noted?

First, we’re not talking boots and enchiladas here. We’re talking an assemblage of information with enough power to break through the walls — the cement overcoat encasing the golden Buddha, if you will —  installed through years of fear-based conditioning to hide the truth, What truth? The TRUTH ABOUT CANCER.

Using large sweeping brush strokes, a completely different picture of cancer comes into view. When referring to alternative/integrative cancer treatment, gone is the doomsday scenario, which is the way cancer is commonly portrayed in the societal mainstream, replaced by a beautiful vision; a vision that begins to blossom as soon as  reality begins to register in the mind of any patient; filled with the hope of true understanding; an understanding turning the misfortune of what no one ever wants to hear in their lifetime, into what is now considered the good fortune of being blessed with this opportunity of providing yet another life-saving example of  what can happen to each and every one of us, when this amazing human body of ours is given what it requires to heal itself.

So, once again,  what’s all this draft hype about? Put quite simply, evidence indicates that unless a person dealing with cancer actively seeks out and finds the truth on his own, then the kind of open, receptive mind required to see what all knowers of the truth see as plain as day, just isn’t there. They can’t or won’t see it. To me, that’s unacceptable (I know, we MKEers should learn to aCCEPT EVERYTHING).

Although the odds of getting cancer are similar to the likelihood that just about everyone has seen those pizza/chinese/fast food delivery flyers, showing up on your doorstep — hastily positioned inside the mail slot, in the door handle, or sometimes caught up in the jaws of your closed screen door. High. The odds are very high.

Now what are the chances of taking a quick gander at any of this advertisement, and it ignites to become one of those life-changing “aha” revelations that come so seldom — for some, it can be only once in a life; when we finally get it… and that “it” is big.  Really big! Huge! Like finding a cure for cancer. The odds are so small, consider them zero, zippo, zilch.

Therefore, on the one hand, it seems we have an impossible mission on our hands. It took tremendous pin-point planning, state of the art equipment, and 007 quality personnel to pull off those missions impossible we watched on TV. No less is needed here. The chances of getting enough right to do the job out the gate? Slim to none, probably. Yet there’s no time to wait. We’ve got thousands obviously dying here. Even if only “a-shot-in-the-dark,” it will be treated as if guided by infra-red night vision. Perfection paralysis can strike at any time. Yikes! Besides, published posts can be edited/up-dated the same way draft copies are anyway. 

With tons and tons available to open with, guess what? I have found just such an opener! It will be embedded within my opening remarks. It is G. Edward Griffin speaking at the 2017 TTAC Symposium on what he calls “THE POLITICS OF CANCER.” Folks, I challenge you to spend the next 45 minutes with Edward. Not only am I confident you’ll find it to be as enjoyable as watching one of your favorite TV shows/movies, but also, believing, as  I do that this could very well be the spark capable of reaching and re-energizing the hearts of even the most forlorn cancer victim — those that have totally given up. Only members of the “walking dead,” may prove unreachable.

NO MATTER OUR CURRENT CIRCUMSTANCE, WATCHING GRIFFIN IS SO ENLIGHTENING, WE CAN EASILY IMAGINE OUR LIVES FILLED WITH THE KIND OF ABUNDANCE ENVISIONED WHEN LOOKING AT A PHOTO LIKE THIS.

As a thank you for stopping by, here is SAM PERRY winner of 2018 “The Voice,” in AUSTRALIA. His style called “looping” is exciting and very unique. So different, in fact, it tendered quite a controversy throughout the continent “down under.”. “Boy George,” one of the four panel members/judges was very vocal in pointing out how it was unfair to the other contestants. Take a listen, and you be the judge.

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REMEMBER: to complete your subscription to either, you must go to the email address you’ve typed in, find the confirmation message with my name: Loren Taylor, open it, and click the subscriber verification link inside.

When subscribing, there is no further obligation, and you can unsubscribe at any time.
As a personal thank you for subscribing to either the “7-DAY MENTAL DIET,” or my BLOG, I will add you to my list giving you advance notice of when to sign up for our next MKMMA 6-month, pay-it-forward program!

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Once again. MAHALO!

MY MKE WEEK 22A RETURNS TO THIS YEAR’S COMMENTARY, AND…

 

… repeats what it’s heard like a well-trained canary. Of course, you might need to be a canary to understand what it has to say. Doesn’t matter to me how the word gets out there, as long as it does; ’cause those blogster bits must once again be on their way.

BLOGSTER BITS ON DISPLAY
A chronological chronicle, a comment compendium — composed and collected by the guy some call Lorenzo.

To begin, this is where the trail ended in the post I published for MKE Week 20:

20. Hi Lena! This week features the 7-Day Mental Diet, so I’m sending everyone an affirmation that embodies a philosophy belonging to those who have found true happiness:

“ Everything that happens to me is the best thing that can happen to me.”

continuing,

21. Rant or no rant, Marshall, your historical account adds an intriguing spice to this blog post. Digging into the needy, gritty as you have is exactly what this exercise intends for us to do. Terrific post! Keep up the fantastic work! 🙂

22. “A good week,” and another great blog post, Myriam! Yes, impatience runs rampant in our society today. Quite likely, a byproduct of the fear-based, scarcity mindset that predominates. Thanks for blogging! Keep up the great work! 🙂

23. You share quite a bit of wisdom in this post, Tim! Yes, indeed, the “how to” or method they indeed show up differently than anticipated; yet we must be prepared to take advantage of it, or suffer the consequences of “he who hesitates is lost.” Wattles in his historic “the Science of Getting Rich” also reminds us of this very important point. Thus, as you well know, the importance of focusing on what we want, and letting the universe handle the rest. You’re doing well! Keep up the good work!

24. Hi, Georgina! Very interesting post! Regarding the Mental Diet, doing it perfectly in the way described is a necessary condition for success. Many do-overs are expected, and completing the entire seven days is a feat all too few have accomplished. Whether failure or success awaits your future self, I look forward to reading your on-going account. Thanks for blogging! 🙂

25. Hi, Manuel! Your Matthew McConaughey video, while serving to support the central thrust of your blog post, turned out to be somewhat of a time-slurping distraction for me; LOL because after the video ends, one of the choices for continued viewing is the latest game in the current chess world championship, which I couldn’t resist checking out. And now the “Secret of theAnnunaki” is threatening to do the same. LOL Great blog post, as usual. Keep up the excellent work! 🙂

26. Hi, Maranda! It sounds as if your old blueprint, steeped in fear-based consciousness as it was, is really beginning to squirm – and, perhaps, responsible for those bouts of impatience you’re experiencing. Unconsciously, using the “LAW OF SUBSTITUTION,” often depends on one of them other mental laws, “The Law of Practice.” Hang in there! You are well! 🙂

27. Hi, Mark! What you are experiencing right now are the symptoms, commonly associated with refusal of the call to take the heroes’ journey. What I suggest is to use universal consciousness in the form of muscle testing (such as that described in “POWER VERSUS FORCE”) to see if you are surrounded by factual truth or fictional illusion.

Although you did skip a few along the way LOL, it’s good to see you catching up on your blogging! Open honesty as you have put on display, Mark, is undoubtedly bound to take you a long way! Great post! 🙂

28. You are amazing, Fyona! It’s such a blessing to see you make that self-discovery! Nice post as usual! 🙂

29. Indeed, Blair. If our peptides are actually acting like “PEP” tides or “POOP” tides it’s all up to us, isn’t it? Your post is another home run!!! 🙂

30. Your insight in taking action, Tim, is infectious, and influences many! Great post!

31. Great to see how your thirst to understand, Georgina, continues to fill you even in a far-off land. Excellent post! 🙂

32. “Fall down 7 times, get up 8,” helps ensure a full and happy plate.

33. Steady and true, Ellaysa, to create the brand new you. Yes! 🙂

34. Great writing, Mark! You’re obviously answering the call, and I’m listening. 🙂

35. All problems are just opportunities in disguise. It’s good to see you putting into practice, Blair, this wisdom belonging to the very wise! 🙂

36. And when the polarity you speak of, Val, involves North and South, it’s a matter of global understanding that serves you well… Especially if you have your compass handy. Nice post! 🙂

37. Your emotional scale, Cristina (or is it Cristinica?), reminds me of the levels of consciousness described in, “Power Versus Force” written by David Hawkins. Thanks for letting us be a part of your journey! 🙂

38. Your blog post, Manuel, reminds me of the movie, “They Walk among Us;” with the understanding provided by MKE serving as the truth-revealing sunglasses used in the movie. Terrific blog post! 🙂

39. Your spirit is awesome, Tracy! No keeping you down! 🙂

40. A rose root several miles long, Marshall. Who would have thought? Could it be a metaphor? Another excellent blog post, highlighting the importance of self-directed thinking! 🙂

41. Very amazing, hot coffee, once one realizes as you do the relevance of our mental blueprint, and the difficulty in changing it. Nice! 🙂

42. Hi, Grover! I want you to know that I’m counting your press release as your Week 7 blog post. It seems as if you’ve experienced a lot in your time on this planet – with a bunch more to come. Looking forward to reading all about it. Keep on blogging, and I’ll keep on reading. Keep up the good work! 🙂

43. Congratulations on getting your music recorded, Lena! May you use it well and often. Although you’ve slipped a little behind, thanks for all the blog posts you have published up to their. Keep up the fantastic work! 🙂

44. Self-directed thinking is definitely a major aim of the MKE program, Sara. It sounds as if you are experiencing the benefits of that kind of mindset. Congratulations on having such a memorable week! Great blog post! Looking forward to reading more. 🙂

45. As much as I love Og and tend to believe in most of what he says, Myriam, regarding this notion of success, I do, in fact, agree with you. Success is a state of mind. Several weeks ago, I pointed out “Everything that happens to me is the best thing that can happen to me.” Perfect application turns all of life into one never-ending fabulous vacation…so they tell me. LOL 🙂

46. In my book, Angela, you’re already a winner; and unwavering persistence guarantees that will always be so. Way to go! 🙂

47. Your growing wealth may not need you, James — eventually — however, we need you to keep on blogging. An eye-catching post. Well-done!

48. Your blog posts, James, have left GMOs in the dust, and now appear totally organic! Very tasty!

49. It sounds like you realize there’s a reason those 7 mental laws are called LAWS, Tracy. Very nice!

50. Is the thought “There is no such thing as failure” among your teachings, Grover? It appears to be. Excellent post!!! 🙂

51. The knowledge and application of your spiritual power, Tim, cannot be denied! Yes!!! 🙂

52. I love the love you’ve infused into your new blue print, Tim! Beautiful! 🙂

53. That new blue print is getting more sparkly everyday, Val. Bam!!!!!

54. If the question should ever be asked, Val, “What would the person I intend to become do now?” you’ve answered it! Nice!!! 🙂

55. Guess what colors I am, Val. How did you know? 🙂

56. It’s this kind of alignment that can bring one’s life out of solitary confinement. Keep on “doing it now, Lena!

57. What happened to, “You only get to pick one,” Lena. LOL A very informative, well-written post! 🙂

58. If enough people had it, Ellaysa, the entire world would be transformed with your understanding!

59. There is no “hocus” in your focus, Lena. LOL Well done!

Oh, I almost forgot, “After a while, crocodile.” 🙂

60. Your sense of humor in placing your episode between Og and Emerson makes quite a tasty sandwich, Guy, Good job!

61. “Oneness with God,” Tracy, reminds me of what I read many years ago, “God dwells within you as you. See God in all people.”
Thanks for the reminder! 🙂

62. Are major changes ever easy or comfortable, Tracy? My guess, you know the answer and why. A thought provoking post, Thanks! 🙂

63. You’re coming through crystal clear, Crystal! 🙂

64. And you continue to capture the essence of Haanel — absolutely!!! Nice job, Julie! 🙂

65. Many years ago i believe I felt what you are extolling, the feeling of “ONENESS” While jogging one evening in Walnut Creek, CA, I had an almost psychedelic experience involving big trees, small trees, the moon, the stars…all the things nature had provided to keep me so grateful and appreciative of this display vividly reinforcing “one for all, all for one,” by including everything, and excluding nothing, in this crystal clear rendering of how to be for all eternity. RIGHT ON! BAM! Laurie, need I say more?

66.It’a a dilemma so many of us must come to grips. The fact or fiction underlying “It’s easy doing 100% of what we know we must. It’s doing 99% that’s really tough. LOL 🙂

67. Well Ms Suzy Q, I stayed on the 5PM call far longer than I intended to do. Thus I missed the second call, making it two weeks in a row. Heard your tribute to Steve, and why you so well him came to know. What a treat to have him show you the sights of NY city the way he did, etc,. etc,.

It’s such a pleasure to have been given the opportunity to monitor your progress through the MKE program the way I have. NICE!!! 🙂

68. There’s no whining with Winnie, Rob, she (or is it he?) has you inside…metaphorically speaking, of course. LOL 🙂 This is a blog worth submitting for blog of the week, so I believe I will. It is a teensy bit late; perhaps, Davene is looking the other way; in other words, the compass instead of the clock. Rob, your story line is truly fine. If I wasn’t so dang honest, I might even say that it’s mine. 🙂

That’s all the bits for this week. There’s more ahead is quite true. Yet for now I must leave you all with my fond adieu.

THESE “PILLARS OF CREATION” FROM THE EAGLE NEBULA SHOW EACH OF US ON A GALACTIC SCALE, HOW TO MAKE OUR LIVES A WONDROUS TALE.

As a thank you for stopping by, here is 16-year-old Chevel Shepherd, eventual winner of 2018 “The Voice,” demonstrating her amazing tone and vocal control, with this semi-final performance.

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REMEMBER: to complete your subscription to either, you must go to the email address you’ve typed in, find the confirmation message with my name: Loren Taylor, open it, and click the subscriber verification link inside.

When subscribing, there is no further obligation, and you can unsubscribe at any time.

As a personal thank you for subscribing to either the “7-DAY MENTAL DIET,” or my BLOG, I will add you to my list giving you advance notice of when to sign up for our next MKMMA 6-month, pay-it-forward program!

Any and all feedback related to this post is encouraged and appreciated. Look for the comment box at the bottom of this post. If not present, simply click on the title at the top of this post, and scroll to the bottom.

Once again. MAHALO!

MKE WEEK 21 LOOKS BACK AT EARLIEST BLOG ROVER HISTORY

The photo above was taken just before i became one of the first ever MKE Blog Rovers. For all of you still inclined to believe a person can never change, I think doing the MKE (Master Mind Experience) 6-month program not only changed me mentally, but also physically. Don’t think so? Just take a look — moment to moment — comment to comment, as I continue…

                                      BLOGSTER BITS ON DISPLAY

A chronological chronicle, a comment compendium composed and collected by the guy some call Lorenzo.

1. A COOKIE-CUTTER WEDDING CAKE I JUST FINISHED BAKIN’, TO CELEBRATE THE JOURNEY YOU’VE JUST STARTED MAKIN’

Some thoughts On the importance of blogging

Even casual observation is sufficient to know the positive correlation between staying current writing and submitting weekly blog posts, and the likelihood of graduating at the end of the MKE program;. Even a sentence or two is better than nothing at all, in the long haul.

There is a misconception that if your blog continues to falter and find yourself further and further behind, “might as well quit now, because I’m so far behind already, I’ll never catch up and failure is already impossible to avoid.” If this were really true, it’s only because we’ve allowed ourselves to fall into the illusion that tangible requirements, as important as they’ve been purported to be, will never keep a determined person from experiencing the MKE program in its entirety.

In the beginning there appears to be a certain degree of honor associated with graduations in general. I don’t think it’s always obvious to every member, even after having graduated, there will be no diplomas, no special accolades; however, the opportunity to become lifetime members and guides more than makes up for the non existence of congratulatory documentation.

Seems to me, the importance of completing the MKE  program be associated early and often with the two opportunities noted. The importance of carrots should never be minimized just as the use of all the carrots available maximized.

                               This power-pose stuff even makes me feel young again!

2. Just like Gandhi, Neil, you appear to be leveling things out to an even keel! Thanks for making it real!!!

                                                     A baby picture of my sister and me.

3. Dawn and/or Ran, you’ve demonstrated with this most excellent post that you can! So, please, giddyup and get one more post published before Friday this, and we can keep you on the blogroll and give you a great big MKE hug and a kiss!!!

4. Obviously, persistence has paid off big time for you and your family! It’s taken root, and now is affecting the entire family tree! Now that’s a #MKE way to be!

                                                      Hey, little girl, want some candy?

5.Regarding what you’ve written, I do believe your first name could just as easily been “Mary,” because this post has a distinctive spiritual flavor – one could almost call sacred. Taking another viewpoint, subsequent to placing the same Mary in front of your Ellen seems appropriate, too, because this post of yours really jams! I hope you can hear me – you got me a bit excited – and I’m YELLING!

6. What you did with your parents exposure, gave me a feeling of closure! How about you? The way things are came together might be considered one of those “inextricable things!” Don’t you think?

                               I’ve got to quit hangin’ out by these school yard fences!

7. Might what you are calling “a stroke of luck and good fortune, also be called one of those “inextricable things?” Don’t be surprised if it’s MKMMA, and not the Red Bull, that gives you wings! 🙂

8. The gal in the glass is a vignette! The gal in the glass we won’t ever forget!

       I think they are beginning to figure out I don’t really go to this school…especially after  I gave them my definition of “THE GOLDEN RULE.”

9. This post got me deep in my head, pondering the words that you’ve said. Crying, crawling, inching forward a little at a time; with all your knowing, all your growing, what you are reaching for must be something quite sublime!

10. I can tell from this story of your DMP acquisition, it’s physiological position. Placed deep within your core is that brick, someone could haul off and hit it with a pick, and it’s still gonna stick! Woohooooo!!

Mahalo, for returning me to a day when I was “viscerally reminded,” I was nearly blinded, though the skies be dark and gray!

After I told one gal I was the 100th monkey, she said instead of Clint Eastwood, I should have played the lead role in the movie, “DIRTY HAIRY…HARRY.”

11. What does your post say to me? Hmmmm! With all that is infinite at our disposal, even amidst such diversity – sometimes even, adversity – we can find that “one thing” – uniquely our own – yet with so much meaningful value for others, it could be taught at the University! So, for all you “sheeple” out there, “listen to Kim!” Mahalo!!

12. And this post – OMG! – Without a sound, the sit is lyrical – without a doubt, a miracle! Mahalo!

Oh, the wisdom I got from school. The “GOLDEN RULE” is not about who has the most gold rules, after all. It’s about the service rendered. My mama didn’t raise no fool. (You might want to check that double negative, Mr. Big Tooth, with the Cheshire grin).

13. As you lean back into the past and/or forward into the future, I’m curious to know if 1. Are you in a sit when doing this? And 2. Is what you’re bringing back into the current moment – the now – making more or less of it?

14. This is a very thought-provoking post, Kaori! Because of it, I realized I have drifted away from my everyday habit of listening to an audio entitled “UNLIMITED AND FREE.” With thousands of overlaying positive affirmations, this is a habit I need to reinstall! In fact, a few moments ago, I dug it out of mothballs, and listened for a while! Thanks for this, and thanks for writing such a great post!

I do a great impression of Satchmo Louis Armstrong. Want to hear it?

15. Yes, you’re old blueprint is feeling neglected. Keep up your vigilance, until it’s completely ejected!

16. I thank you, Jessica, for this reminder of a positive habit we would all do well to incorporate into our personal blueprint! I daresay you are obviously losing your resistance to persistence!

I love the direction of your persistence – aimed straight at the heart of being a self-directed thinker; because that’s something we should all take to heart!

17. For some reason, Janicke, the book written by a Ram Dass began to shriek at me “BE HERE NOW!” Can you think of any reason why?

        Don’t be staring at me too long, or you’ll be thinking of reasons “why not,” instead. 

As a great big thank you for stopping by, I think it only appropriate to end this episode of MKE personal transformation with Black Sabbath’s, Ozzy Osbourne , singing the very haunting, “CHANGES.”

TO SUBSCRIBE to my blog, scoot to the upper right-hand corner of this page, insert your name (first is enough) and email address in the two boxes the blue arrows are pointing to. To subscribe to the “7-Day Mental Diet,” just scroll down a short distance and do the same. The two boxes are directly under the clock.

REMEMBER: to complete your subscription to either, you must go to the email address you’ve typed in, find the confirmation message with my name: Loren Taylor, open it, and click the subscriber verification link inside.

When subscribing, there is no further obligation, and you can unsubscribe at any time.

As a personal thank you for subscribing to either the “7-DAY MENTAL DIET,” or my BLOG/NEWSLETTER, I will add you to my list giving you advance notice of when to sign up for our next MKMMA 6-month, pay-it-forward program!

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IT’S MKE WEEK 20 AND THIS BLOG ROVER HAS A VISION

…and out of that VISION comes a DECISION. Ideally a Blog Rover not only reads, comments, and shares on social media the mandatory weekly blog posts created by MKE students, he or she coulda, woulda, shoulda be writing and publishing as well. Well, I’m also a big fan of double (or triple, or quad…) duty. In other words, the purpose for commenting is encouragement; encouragement for the individual student, and indirectly for others — mostly other students — that happen to stop by and read the comments. Now what if those very same comments could be collected and blogged. Turns out they can. It’s called copy and paste, and last week I began implementing this strategy with a comment made on Julie Fiess’ Week 5 blog post entitled “SEEMING CONTRADICTIONS”

 

It was easiest blog I’ve ever written; because it already essentially was. Copy and paste remember. That’s double duty. It started with a double duty vision, or “double vision” for short. I’m not sure how much value turning this vision into solid form may ultimately bring, however, the job was so crispy and light, I knew in an instant it had to be right. And in that very same instant I made up my mind. The decision to continue with the plan just outlined above is so easy to see, anyone could see it — even the blind.

Guess what. Just had another vision, What about all those comments made during the two years gone by? Boy o boy, that’s a lot of material gathering dust in the Rover annals (sigh), should I use them too? (wouldn’t you?) A blast from the past sparkling again in the light of day. Whether sprinkled or poured a whole week at a time, now that’s a tough decision, what else can I say? (It really should rhyme) I’ve already said it. I call them blogster bits on display. Yay!!!

      This is the model I’ve chosen to stimulate my amazing visionary power. 

                                    BLOGSTER BITS ON DISPLAY

A chronological chronicle, a comment compendium composed and collected by the guy some call Lorenzo.

2. Given what you did as pointed out, Gary, please, do not let fall too far behind when it comes to publishing your blog. Your only a week behind at the moment. You have too much to say, too much to be heard, to let herself fall by the wayside in this arena. Some might even call it obscena, if you know what I meana. LOL 🙂

3.  Hi Becky! Your Blog Rover friend, Loren, here. We are truly blessed to have you with us. Buckle your seat belt, and enjoy the ride!

It’s a journey like no other that cannot be denied!

4. An interesting realization, Tom! I think most people would have a difficult time thinking that anything other than our “objective mind” is actually the one making all the decisions and running the show. Although just a fleeting thought, I’m left to wonder why the universal allowed us to dabble at all with something that started out so perfect – our subconscious mind. Well, “to err is human, forgive divine.” Perhaps, therefore, it was with the intent to provide the fodder required for the law of forgiveness to have some purpose, some reason for being. Anyway you slice it, chop it,  dice it, thanks for your ongoing snippets that, provide a hint of what’s happening in the world of terrific. 🙂

5. And we are truly blessed, Angela, by this description of a portion of your life written with such zest. It just goes to show, sometimes when were not feeling at our physical optimum, some people – you, for instance, – seem to be able to function at what looks like their best! 🙂

6. New flesh arises from the ashes of a now forgotten world. All because one man, named Grover was able to flip-flop our understanding, or lack of it actually, until nothing remained except the absolute abundance that became recognized, utilized, and the theme of the Civilization of the Universe that unbeknownst to most lay on the near horizon. Thanks for staying on top of your blogging experience from week to week, Mr. Sheffield 🙂

7. Hi, Bobbie! Is very obvious in reading what you have to say, that you are being impacted in the way intended when Charles Haanel wrote the Master Keys a century ago. Bravo! Thanks for staying on top of your blogging experience by publishing another well-written post! 🙂

8. Hi, Rob! Your Blog Rover friend, Loren, here. It appears that you already have some experience in the blogging arena, and have applied it to good effect in describing your Week One experiences. When you are excited, I’m excited; so, looking forward to reading more! 🙂

9. A valuable lesson learned in the area of over-commitment I’d say, Rob. I totally agree. In the olden days, “beating yourself up” may have seemed the right thing to do. Fashionable even, such that it could easily become part of the blueprint we are currently attempting to change for the better. Love it, or leave it. “The law of growth” tells us what happens to those things both welcome and unwelcome things that we focus our attention upon. Thanks for your honest display of insight that many will find personal value for themselves in reading what you have just said about yourself. Thanks for staying on top of your blogging week after week as you have! Great post!

10. And isn’t it nice, Noreen? You can express all the opinions you want in a blog post, and not be concerned about being… Well, I almost said “reprimanded; yet we both know “the red pencil syndrome” doesn’t care if you’re left or right-handed. So let’s leave it at, I have a hunch it’s probably a welcome relief to get some of that “everything” out there for change. LOL

11. Hi, Greg! Regarding, “This confusion, questioning, doubting has become a habit of thought in itself. “I don’t know what I want to do with my life” seems to have almost become part of my identity, and I don’t know how to break out of it.” Having made this realization, you are already way ahead of most folks out there. The law of relaxation, the sit, etc., should all be instrumental in providing the “how” that you’ve listed. I have a hunch, the “what” will soon be coming along in similar fashion. Terrific post! You’ve got this!

12. Hi, Tracy! If by any chance your DMP involves directing a short film, then, indeed, I can definitely see how you might see, feel, and taste your joyful success in that endeavor, because I can feel your warmth from here. I’m located in the San Francisco Bay Area, by the way. LOL 🙂 Where are you?

Thanks for staying on top of your blogging, as witnessed by your successfully publishing week after week!  🙂

13. Hi Julie! Congrats on publishing another well thought out and well written blog post.

14. I can state as a fact, Georgina, regarding the DMP and the PPNs, many experience feelings similar to yours. Your guide and the sit will help you find that golden self inside that will blow your mind! 🙂

By the way, I’m one of seven also. In December, I will be seventy-one. LOL 🙂

15. I imagine your enthuuuusiasm, Georgina, is beginning to bubble over into everyone you meet…and that’s quite a treat! LOL 🙂

16. I can feel your breath from here, Ellaysa! It fills me with more life, more happiness, more joy! 🙂

17. The sit and the reading, Jake, are key exercises to make the most of this program. It’s wonderful to have your wife supporting you! If you decide to become a guide, should make it that much easier to fan her desire to sign up next year.

18. Hi, Jake! Your Blog Rover friend, Loren, here. Writing the DMP is quite likely for just about everyone, the most challenging and significant “to do’s” that’s incorporated into the MKE program. It was for me! It’s no wonder so many people never get what they

really want in life, because they’ve never given enough thought to know what exactly it is. I’m looking forward to reading more of how you fare in this regard. Great post! 🙂

19. Hi, Eldridge! Your Blog Rover friend, Loren, here. I can already tell you’re well on your way out of the “ping-pong“ way of thinking and into the realm Tiger Woods personifies. I’m personally looking forward to witnessing your progress (or lack of it,

as sometimes happens to everyone) described in your weekly blog. Good job! Bam! You’ve got this! 🙂

20. Hi Lena! This week features the 7-Day Mental Diet, so I’m sending everyone an affirmation that embodies a philosophy belonging to those who have found true happiness:

“ Everything that happens to me is the best thing that can happen to me.”

It’s those lazy, hazy, DAISY, days of summer!

As a thank you for stopping by, here is 16-year-old Sarah Grace singing her heart out, as a 2018 semi-finalist on “The Voice.”

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Any and all feedback related to this post is encouraged and appreciated. Look for the comment box at the bottom of this post. If not present, simply click on the title at the top of this post, and scroll to the bottom.

Once again. MAHALO!