The Master Key System, Part One #10

Harmony in the world within means the ability to control our thoughts, and to determine for ourselves how any experience is to affect us.

Keeping peace in my inner world will give me the ability to control my thoughts. When I have discord in my inner world, my emotions can be all over the place.

What I must remember is that I have the ability to control my emotions with my thoughts. I can control my outer world experiences and future circumstances by deciding how the current circumstances and conditions will affect me. I have a choice. I can react or I can respond.

My reaction is my reality. Thinking first allows us to respond instead of react.

Getting in alignment with our Source is essential to keeping harmony inside and out. Fear is another harmony killer. When we get rid of the underlying fears, we can keep more harmony in our lives.

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Comments

  1. Were you book-marking with a bill? LOL Love it!

    • Yes, Pam, that is a $1,000,000 bill to be exact. I’ll send you one. Everybody needs at least one. Anybody else who wants one, just let me know. I have plenty lying around.

      Most people’s kids ask their parents for money to get gas in the car. My kids ask for money to use as bookmarks 🙂

  2. Ooooooh….touchy, gutsy, raw, REAL. That’s why I love these sessions. Y’all are real with us and let us know that, as humans, we all have the same struggles. My style is let’s stand up, face this head on, right here, right now, get it over with, talk it out and fix it. Randy’s style is retreat and silence. It scares me to death when he does that – but as he very gently explains to me – he needs to think so that he doesn’t say something hurtful in a “reaction” and he then can create a “response.” Very smart and very mature…but, ouch!, scary when he does the silent thing. It’s hard to mesh the two super different conflict resolving personalities together. But it’s beautiful when it works. I do find, however, that the older I get, the better I am able to bite that tongue and wait. Yes, just wait. In business and personal…silence is wisdom. I envision it as God with his hand over my mouth until He can provide me with the words He thinks would serve me well in the moment/situation. He never lets me down! React or Respond? I think it comes with age.

    • Yes, we hesitated to put this one out there and then decided that if this is really going to work, we have to be completely transparent. We want you to feel as if you are right here with us as we discuss this stuff. We try not to cut out anything, however, with 3 kids and 2 dogs in the house at the same time, sometimes we just have to cut some things 🙂 If you like this REAL video, you’ll love the meltdown video planned to show up on the 40 Day Prosperity Plan Day 11. It’s as real as it gets.

      As for ‘fighting’ styles, Lizabeth and I both clam up. I know I will say something I regret if I talk while in anger, so I get really quiet. Unfortunately, since we clam up we have NO idea what’s going through the others mind, and sometimes, our imagination is MUCH worse than reality. We have decided to lay a few ground rules while we are not mad and are somewhat aligned. We dispel any unrealistic imaginations that may occur such as ‘I quit’.

      We have decided to just say, “I need an hour to get over this and get in alignment.” During that hour we go to our separate corners and try to get in alignment. Then at the end of the hour, we try again and if we need another hour we say so. The goal is to get over it as soon as possible because all fighting and arguing is just stupid anyway in my opinion.

      Of course, the first time we tried this, I made a HUGE, FATAL mistake. DON’T make this same mistake. She got mad and I said, “I’m going to give you an hour to get over this.” WRONG thing to do. DON’T try this at home.

      One of our friends says, “If you are going to argue with me, you have to get naked first.” Well, the chances of me getting naked to argue are slim to none so there will be no arguments, right?

      Arguing is just stupid. Period. You can’t be angry and be in alignment – or at least that’s my theory.

      I know Jesus was angry and threw over the tables in the temple, but Jesus was just as much human as me and you. I’m not saying the tables shouldn’t have been turned over, those guys deserved it. When Lizabeth is mad, I probably deserve it too. But, arguing about it is still stupid. It really doesn’t help a thing when we are both mad.

      Anger should be put to good use. It’s extra energy that we can use! I used to clean house when I was angry. So, since I HATE cleaning house, I’ve decided that the sooner I can get over my anger, the better! The only way I’ve found is to get in alignment and try to look at the situation from God’s point of view. He won’t take sides, darnit! Because, we all know… I’m always right.

      • Pam Ragan says:

        Well, I had already planned to tell you that I’d pay good money to see the out-takes of these projects. LoL Something tells me some good stuff has been edited big time! 😉

        No, I wouldn’t think that “giving her an hour” to get over it would go over very swimmingly. At all. Ouch.

        It’s crazy how our brains quit working as we spew during those not-so-warm-and-fuzzy times.

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