Week 9 Pumpkin Pie

 

Between the Pumpkin Pie and Turkey lies the #MKMMA experience.  I am most Thankful this wonderful adventure is in my life as I have been experiencing many family issues for the past year now.  Starting with the law of Substitution….showing me the thoughts of fear, lack and limitation can be replaced with thoughts of courage, power, self-reliance and confidence. Aided by the Law of Relaxation and Law of Practice as powerful tools to grow.

A new affirmation this week for me is “I am, whole, perfect, strong, powerful, loving, harmonious and happy.  Using the law of substitution (replacing negative thought) is very powerful, a restorer of balance for me.  A little upset, worried, confused, don’t know where to go for good information?  This affirmation will be like a healing suave to spread new feelings of power and love.  These words have helped already and continue healing from within.

Living by the compass means to me, enjoying each experience, celebrating the moments of life. My Grandkids are here from far away and yesterday we started a new game. “Cashflow” which is a board game about investing and how to handle money.  My Granddaughter is 15 yrs and Grandson 13 yrs.  We spent a fun time with the game so much so that we lost all track of time and today we are set up to continue where we left off.  Grandma’s brain shut down last night or we would still be playing this morning, so we had to postpone further investing until today.

A new experience for me, to live by the compass, my whole 37 years at a career I loved, was time critical.  Living by the compass is a big shift for me to accomplish and I am thankful for the challenge.

 

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8 thoughts on “Week 9 Pumpkin Pie

    1. Joan Post author

      Jennifer, it was a good Thanksgiving. Hope yours was good too. I saw my Grandson’s eyes light up being the banker in the Cashflow game. Such fun.

       
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  1. Jason

    Great post. I love that affirmation too. I have used it ALOT in the last week and it has helped me gain more control and contentment

     
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  2. Janine Catalino

    Yes, it’s an awesome affirmation, especially when it’s said with feeling! Very cool that you are able to enjoy your grandkids like you do. What a blessing to be in the moment, especially with how fast time flies with kids and grandbabies. Thank you for the post. Our wonderful MKMMA journey continues!

     
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  3. Janet Andrews

    What a delightful blog…I particularly enjoyed the way you have used the various Program Tools in very specific ways in your life and shared them so meaningfully! I would like to try that game with my Grandkids…sounds fun!

     
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