MKMMA – Week 1

This week was the beginning of a great adventure. Like any great story it is best to start at the beginning.

Once upon a time there was a little girl who was a loving, caring child who believed anything was possible. She could make anything happen if she really put her mind to it. She was fearless and outgoing. She did things and made things appear in ways that others couldn’t understand. Her mother said that she had great luck, and hoped it rubbed off at times. She won all kinds of contests, and excelled in school. She had a great imagination and was so happy.

Grown ups seemed to think she was a daydreamer and told her to get her head out of the clouds. Santa wasn’t real. Magic isn’t real. You think you can do these things, but you just can’t. Grow up. Be realistic. You’re not special, you are just like everyone else.

The little girl learned to believe what others told her, and soon lost her magic powers. She grew up to be an average, normal woman. Fearful and with little self-esteem. She no longer had faith in herself. She believed she wasn’t good enough. She became depressed. She had the memories of when she could perform feats of magic, but not the ability.

Then one day an owl arrived at her home with a letter. In the letter she was reminded that the magic was in her all along and all she would have to do to find it was to change the way she thinks. She could undo all the damage that was done over the years. All her dreams that were put away could come true. It would be hard work, but if she committed to practicing daily routines she would be welcome to join in a group of like-minded individuals who are also dedicated to finding their powers. She was given a scholarship to a course called the Master Keys Master Mind Alliance.

I am that girl, and I am on my way to discovering my hidden powers. I am excited and committed to making this work. I am doing my daily readings and have written my DMP which is a manifestation spell that needs to be cast daily. It was difficult to write, but I hope it does the trick. It will be changing over the course of the next 26 weeks. I am excited to see where this journey takes me.


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