Week 6 I Promise To


Today I received this short article regarding vows. Written by MADISYN TAYLOR, one would think she had been following me around the house taking notes on my DMP, OG, Haanel and blueprint builder readings.

“A sacred vow, once spoken, becomes a part of your existence forevermore.
Speech is a vehicle for vows, but the sacred vows we speak are more than just words. When we make a promise, a subtle yet powerful shift takes place in our souls where intentions are housed. A vow is both a tool we employ in order to facilitate transformation within ourselves and an expression of will. Thus, to make an oath is to communicate to the universe and our deeper selves our commitment to the principles most important to us. Fulfilling a sacred vow–whether it is as complex as “’till death do us part” or as simple as “I promise”–challenges us, exercising our willpower and aiding personal growth.

When we speak a sacred vow out loud rather than reciting it in our minds or recording it on paper, our voices project our promises into the deepest reaches of the universe. It is important that we remember that a vow made with the sincerest of intentions has the power to carry on past our earthly lifetimes. A well-chosen vow encourages commitment and dedication. The presence or approval of a spiritual teacher is not necessary to success, as true oaths are a product of the heart.

A sacred vow, once spoken, becomes a part of your existence forevermore. Your view of the world around you may change, and your predominant thoughts and feelings will no doubt evolve with time, but the spirit in which your oaths were spoken will remain unaffected. It is up to you to determine how you will stay true to your vows while your inner- and outer-world existence is transformed. Your strength and character will inevitably be tested as circumstances make keeping promises increasingly challenging, but after you have shown yourself steadfast many times, your appreciation of the sanctity of vows will be cemented in your mind and soul.”

Our MKMMA goes far beyond our lifetimes, our children and grandchildren are watching us and they see the changes taking place. “I promise”, carries us into a better future for our families. As I make my daily promises, I effect those close to me. I plan to do my best.

Love Peace & Harmony

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4 thoughts on “Week 6 I Promise To

  1. Jo Ann Spearmon

    Great Post and one that really resonates with me. I’m finding that I’m more committed to doing what I said I would do, because I always keep my promises, and really believe it’s a result of verbalizing out loud our required readings and daily activities. In fact, I had turned my computer off when I was reminded by myself-LOL- that I still need to reply to the Blog Posts.

  2. Jason Muhammad

    Definitely right in line with Haanel, “…if you do start, see it through even if the heavens falls…” Promises are the same. Great blog. Thank you.


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