When I look back over my life, I see one thing that stands out over everything else I’ve ever wanted. Significance. I have always longed to make a difference, to be relevant, to count. As Ralph Waldo Emerson writes in his discourse on Success, “To laugh often and much; to win the respect of intelligent people and the affection of children; to earn the appreciation of honest critics and endure the betrayal of false friends; to appreciate beauty; to find the best in others; to leave the world a bit better.”
I want to leave a legacy of having been the best woman I can be; to have been of use; to be heard, to have followed my dreams to fruition, and to have been generous to a fault.
I’m on my way. I’m almost there. With the help of the Master Key System, I am living my passion and can taste the arrival of my definite major purpose in life.
I am spirit. My spirit, Haanel says, “…becomes active through your recognition of it….” I must know it’s there, and must use it. I must exercise consciousness and mindfulness. I must be aware of its existence and then practice using it. Breathing is a great exercise for this.
To feel the power within me, I close my eyes and do a “quick feeling out” knowing infinite intelligence is near. I breathe in with attention to the power coming with each breath. I breathe in inspiration. I breathe in knowledge. I breathe in abundance with each breath.
It’s there. It’s really there. Oh my!