Week 4 The Trap of the Pink Elephant

I felt in the trap again! It’s not because I didn’t know: we learn about that trap early in the Master Key System, and I am a student of it since three years…Also, as a guide, I have shown the trap to MKMMA students probably a few dozens of times… I like to call this trap “the trap of the pink elephant“. You already know the story: if I tell you “don’t think about a pink elephant”, your brain will automatically form the image of a pink elephant on the screen of your mind, and you will have no other way but to think about it. Of course, it is rather harmless to think about a pink elephant (unless for those who are drunk, but that’s another story 🙂 ) However it could be harmful to think about other things…that we don’t want to think about! For example “I don’t want to be broke”, “I don’t want to be sick”, “I don’t want to weight so much”, etc… My trap this time has been that “I don’t want to go to sleep so late”… Indeed, I had since a few months let my daily schedule slipped away until I was no more in my bed before 2am every day…that was at least a 2 hours gap with respect to my usual habit. Of course, I had plenty of good “reasons” to explain this shift, but the truth was that a program in my old blueprint was triggering that shift. And my “I don’t want to go to sleep so late” was inexorably reinforcing that program. It took me several weeks until I realized my mistake, just in the middle of a...

Week 3 – The Special Language of the Subconscious Mind

After three weeks of reading DMPs for the members of my tribe, I realize how the language of the subconscious mind is, at the same time, simple and difficult to grasp. And also, we always discover new turns of phrases and word constructions that could be translated in a better form for the subconscious mind. For example, if I write “I am so happy to be able to play golf by the 15th of April 2016 or before“, everything looks fine, a specific goal, present tense, feeling and target date makes the sentence understandable by the subconscious mind. However, if I write instead “I am so happy to play golf by the 15th of April 2016 or before” this doesn’t sound the same as the previous sentence, does it? “To be able to” means to have the possibility to be or do or have a thing, which is not exactly the same as to be, to do or to have that same thing. Also, since our subconscious mind has strictly no intelligence, there is no way it can interpret abstraction. A sentence is abstract each time an effort of the conscious mind is required to understand its meaning from its context. For example, if I write “I have the money to travel the world. Hawaii, Thaïland and Madagascar are my favorite places for holidays.” Looking at these two sentences from the viewpoint and with the analytical tools of the conscious mind makes it easy to understand: I decide to connect the two sentences together, then I deduce that Hawaï, Thaïland and Madagascar will be the next three destinations of my holidays, and I can easily calculate how much money I...

Week 2 – PPNs and Socrates!

In the MKMMA program, week two is PPN week…a discovery for most students and the beginning of a new quest for self awareness. The student is invited to select in a list of seven core motives, the PPNs or Personal Pivotal Needs, the two most important core motives that are driving most of his/her choices and decisions in the daily life. Not easy to identify the two core motives that drive all our actions…hopefully, there is a procedure which relies on the knowledge of the core desires by the subconscious mind and the body. We write down the seven PPNs (refer to the webcast to find what they are 🙂 ) on a piece of paper, take a pencil in our non dominant hand (ie. the opposite hand as the one we use to write), then we close the eyes for a few seconds to bring quieteness in the mind, then in an instant and without giving any space to the mind, we surround the two PPNs on the paper… This process has been scientifically proven efficient to overcome all kinds of resistance from the subconscious mind, and for most MKMMA students, it is the first time they use it. It was for me too, when I did this exercise two years ago…and like almost everyone, I was soon questioned by my old blueprint about the appropriateness of my choices, with its cascade of mixed feelings, questions and doubts…  « I don’t recognize myself in these PPN choices… », « Is this really me ?… », « what if I choosed the wrong PPNs ? » (as if a wrong choice could really be made in this...

Week 1 – Discovering the Field

  This is the third time I start this amazing MKMMA training program and some trends are appearing. The first one is the general excitement of all the actors of this master piece : the participants, the guides and the staff. Their reasons might look different at first sight, but in essence they are all summarizing in one compelling reason : the irrestible call of the Higher Self to widen the consciousness, individually and collectively. Another trend is the general feeling of « so many things to do at once » Shall I have the time to do it all ? Or What if I forget something, shall I loose my scholarship ? Or I’ve never done this before (eg. Blogging), I’m not sure I’m capable, etc… Personally, I got the three questions at once when I started the training for the first time. Of course, today I know exactly what this feeling and these questions are all about, it’s the first step into the unknown which is triggering the old blueprint, in an first attempt to bring us back to the « status quo » in our life. Hopefully, at this stage, most students « answer the call » and continue anyway…that’s what happened to all students of my tribe this first week, and I am filled with hope and joy to see them starting the battle with their old blueprint, bravely facing the task of writing down their Definite Major Purpose… I tell it to each of you, Bill, Caroline, Charles, Cindy, Dominica, Elaine, Katia, Michael, Nelson, Nick, Nina, Rita Ann and Tobie, I am honored to be your guide and I am taking care with all my fellow...