Master Key Experience Week 24 – Be Willing To Trust
What a powerful second-to-last week of the 2019-20 Master Key Experience! During another powerful webinar came a reminder to trust. Trust the purpose that each of has found inside during the experience. Trust the greatness that is inside. Trust our gifts and trust our hearts! At the end of the day each of has the ability to change bad habits, to escape the river of dreams, to look within to find our purpose and manifest it. But a willingness to do this and chip away at the cement covering the greatness waiting to flourish has to come from within. This of course is because the world without is a reflection of the world within. Ultimately though it was a call to trust one’s heart and be true to oneself.
“This above all: to thine own self be true, and it must follow, as night the day, Thou canst be false to any man”William Shakespeare, Hamlet
Said another way by Socrates, “Know thyself.” All of this allows me and you to find our true gifts, our true definite purpose in life. And once that is discovered, it results in a willingness to be of service to others while pursuing one’s dharma. This of course is a willingness that is born out of love for all humanity. For as we read in Scripture love is the greatest gift of all, for it brings harmony in life.
“And above all these put on love, which binds everything together in perfect harmony.”Colossians 3:14
For not only is love worth living for, it’s worth dying for. It is the ultimate reason for our existence and the source that drives the spirit, the world within. It is the gold that’s discovered when one takes the time to be an observer who is in service to others on the road to achieving his or her definite major purpose in life.
And it start with a willingness to change the world within and trust one’s true self.
Great post Brad
Now that we’ve completed the course, it’s really just the beginning. There are many layers of onion to continue to peel away (at least for me), but the roadmap is now much clearer, and I’m able to look myself in the eye and feel love for the person staring back. Onward!