Here we are again with this task that I do not find easy! Talking about real life, real changes occurring right before my eyes. First week felt like I just was going through the motions, so much to take in. Never-mind the fact that I am a private person and share with all you my deepest thoughts. Some how when I start to type the words just come to me, all these things I have inside of me. So bare with me if your reading or following along if I’m all over the place. I will settle into this, or at least try to make sense of my thoughts!
Loving the scrolls, after reading them for a week, now starting on my 2nd week, they are starting to stick. I can relate to some of them and they are a great blessing. My emotions are still a little shaky. I’m not really sure what I’m reading sometimes, I read and re-read hoping to get the message. Some I do and I have to say some I’m still trying to soak in. Many lessons and people helping us along the way. MKMMA classes have opened my eyes to a whole new way of looking at the world!
As far as working on myself, I think it’s coming along. I catch myself patting my own back, a sense of pride for going over a certain hurdle or for finishing all my readings. It really is amazing what 2 weeks of all these tools and allowing myself to feel from within is doing for me. Don’t get me wrong, I have a long way to go! Something comes to mind as I say that, let me share a line from the Scroll I’m reading: ‘Today I shed my old skin which hath, too long, suffered the bruises of failure and the wounds of mediocrity.”
I think it will be a couple of weeks before I get my feet under me. So much to take in. Both Jeff and I are taking this at the same time, so needless to say, we both have that blank look on our face at the end of the night. The kids think we have lost our minds, all they hear is us talking and reading aloud, wondering what is going on. Here we are hoping they learn and get some of the readings they are over-hearing…wink-wink! Everyone should take this journey! Until next time. Wish me luck as I continue to learn and grow.