Week 3: The Journey Continues

Week 3 of the Master Key Experience (MKE) and still finding my way. The murkiness is clearing a bit and although there is still confusion, my understanding of the MKE process and what is expected, is getting better. Really enjoyed the last session webinar. Each one is better than the last. The fog is clearing and the process is becoming clearer. I am finding my way around the website with more ease.  The  Q&A session after Sunday’s webinar was the most enlightening and has really helped me to understand some ideas and concepts that I was struggling to fully understand. I was glad to see I am not alone.

I am sad that I couldn’t attend the speed reading webinar. I was looking forward to it since first hearing it was being offered.  I have never been a speedy reader and with all the reading required with this course, it is taking me much longer than an hour a day for homework etc. My hope was that the speed reading class would make a big difference. I am struggling to get faster without shortcuts or missing anything. I have taken speed reading courses before, but with very limited results. I was hoping for a breakthrough, but could not attend due to an out-of-town family gathering. I hope that if it is made available again that I will be able to attend.

The Digital Connection webinar this week was also much better that the week before. I was ready to leave the prior session early and was very disappointed about the time I  spent attending because of how basic its content was. This was not the case for this weeks session. I still find it odd that there is no standardization about the software and apparently 2 versions of the blog software being used. I am not sure why those using the “old” version either can not upgrade or create a new account using the “new” version. I’m sure it would make the training easier. With that said, I did learn something this week and I stayed for the Q&A to see if there might be more enlightenment to come. It turns out, maybe this is all a matter of my impatience. If I had the old version of the software or lack an understanding of some technological issue covered, I would be grateful for the time spent bringing me up to speed.

It is clear that I will need to dust off the creative side of my brain (whichever side that is) for this course and its exercises. I used to be more creative and imaginative, but when I see and hear about what others are doing and writing, it is clear that I need to step up my game. Of course it may all be my imagination and I may never have had the game that some of you are displaying, in which case I applauded your efforts and hope to learn enough from all of you to be able to improve myself.

Speaking of creativity, I am still struggling with writing and improving upon my Definite Major Purpose (DMP) and incorporating  my Personal Pivotal Needs (PPNs). I must admit, it is more difficult to express in writing what I want out of life, than I would have expected. Then you need to change what you have written to format it in a way that your subconscious mind will understand and respond to. My brain hurts thinking about all of this! If my conscious mind is having so much trouble with this, good luck subconscious mind.

Yes , I selected my 2 PPNs using the process we went through on the week 2 webinar. Out of the 7 were given I selected Recognition for Creative Expression and True Health. See, here is that creativity thing coming out again. They both seemed to be singing out to me at the time.  Then there are the doubts. Did I really select these correctly or was it my conscious mind selecting what it liked as a best answer. After all, helping others is important and who can say that they don’t care about Legacy except for the very young who have no works to be carried on or remembered. Well I am sticking with my selections, even though I am not sure where this will take me.

I’ll let you know in my next update. Until then.

Kurt Schmidt

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3 thoughts on “Week 3: The Journey Continues

  1. Good read, Kurt! The speed reading webinar is in the recordings. One nice thing about doing a recording is that you can take breaks and resume. It is 3 hours, so block off some time, but it is really worth it! I look forward to your week 4!

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  2. Aloha Kurt

    I AM loving that you are following and allowing all that your Subby is wanting to create your DMP especially when its your PPN’s after the next webinar it is going to become clearer…Love progressive learning 🙂
    aloha and mahalo for sharing Your blog it is definitely evolving.

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