Man is the Sum Total of His Own Thoughts – Week 9

“Man is the sum total of his own thoughts…”  Master Key Master Mind Alliance 9.27

Words are thoughts expressing themselves.  If we can be nonjudgmental in the road blocks to our success, we must celebrate!  We need to root out 50 years of bad thought habits and carve new neural pathways while developing new habits that will be instrumental to our success.

Most of us are content to remain in ignorance about our brain. The  two hemisphere that make up the brain is the left hemisphere and the right hemisphere.  On the left we have the logical which deals with factual information; and on the right, we have the hemisphere that is very emotional and full of imagination.  Now the two are connected with a conduit which is a 2-way process that allows both sides of the brain to communicate and coordinate with each other.  Thus  a very healthy brain  merges …creating a DEMAND of both sides to work together to make it happen with a big picture thought and data.  

If we want to develop new habits as the old ones have proven to be more destructive either mentally, physically, or spiritually, then we must substitute the old reality with a new grand reality. Thoughts that are wired together are fired together.  Chemical addictions are very hard to break.   As the new self dies, addictions fall off.  Must want our new Darhma more than anything in the world. We start by developing simple exercises that involves both sides of the brain to manifest the demand.  The mysterious source that never dies works 24/7 to attain the DEMAND.

When we teach both sides to compliment and combine the 7 ways people learn, we become a subconscious learner.  While we each have a favored way to learn, learning from them all creates enforcement of the new DEMAND effortlessly and keeps us thinking about it as we apply in combination from the 7 ways people learn.  

The 7 ways people learn are:

  1. Spatially
  2. Musically
  3. Interpersonally
  4. Intrapersonally
  5. Mathematically
  6. Linguistically
  7. Athletically

When we take responsibility of our thoughts and eliminate all negative thoughts with no judgment against another,  truly feel love in our heart for them no matter the circumstances, and be in continuous harmony with the Universe, our light then shines and we give inspiration to others.   As the Emerson’s law of application kicks in, then more light will shine in our life.

We, then,  are not the victim of past circumstances that was predominately former addictions of reacting in the moment, but reclaiming ourselves as victors as you set the power of a new reality  in development.  

I am intelligent, whole, perfect, strong, powerful, loving, harmonious and happy.  I can be what I will to be.  I am a CONFIDENT person. I great each day with love in my heart, and I will succeed.

“The heart of the wise teaches his mouth, and adds learning to his lips.  Pleasant words are as an honeycomb, sweet to the soul, and health to the bones.”  Proverbs 16:23-24.

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5 thoughts on “Man is the Sum Total of His Own Thoughts – Week 9

  1. Valeska Harraud

    Everything comes together in God’s perfect time, and you express that beautifully in your post. Thanks for shining your light, adding to the brilliance radiating from this MKMMA cohort.

  2. Don Ketterhagen

    Pulling those two sides together is harder than some of us ever imagined but the beauty of this course is that it does create the demand you mention and with love for yourself you can do it.

  3. David Sigler

    Concise and to the point. I can learn from you. I liked wrapping it up with Proverbs. Really brought what you were saying home.

  4. Drew Narehood (@MK_DREW)

    Great post Cyndy. Starting with The Master Key System, tying in Mark J, including Og Mandino and finally adding a proverb. Very well thought out and written. Thanks for the inspiration

  5. David Evans

    Tight, concise writing, Cyndria! I loved how you took complete responsibility for creating your old blueprint while offering hope for easily drafting a new one. Thank you, also, for sharing your faith in the process.


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