The Morning Sit - Deborah Donaldson
morning sit

I have been thinking recently that with my sit in the mornings during these last two weeks that I have not felt as productive.

In previous weeks we were given specific exercises.  For example: deconstruct a battleship or visualize a flower from seed to full bloom.  I really liked these exercises because they were specific and I felt that I was making progress during the week.  I may not see it the first day but by the last day, there was a definite improvement.

Now with the last two weeks, the assignments have been more vague or esoteric. More spiritually oriented.  It has made it difficult for me to know if I have been making progress and what I should be thinking about.  Am I sliding backward into my old blueprint?

I brought this up in my mastermind group last night and got a lot of good input from my group. One gem (thought) that I took from our call is that Haanel is teaching me to be more of an independent thinker.  The groundwork has been laid with all of the previous exercises and now I am learning to think for myself.  This is a good thing and not something to be afraid of or resist.

The next gem I got from my call is that using this time for visualizing my DMP is very beneficial.  Be in that place of gratitude and knowing that my DMP has already manifested. Tap into the unlimited power that surrounds me.  

Increase in me that wisdom which discovers my truest interest, Strengthen my resolution to perform that which wisdom dictates.

Franklin  “…all are parts of the whole, there is no difference in kind or quality, the only difference is one of degree.”  In an earlier chapter Haanel also states that the only limitation that is placed on us is our ability to think.

It is good that I am learning to think so that I can be what I will to be!!  

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Debbie December 28, 2016

Great post, Debbie! Yes…the thinking is hard. I find myself praying a lot during these. The thought kind of works it’s way into prayer!

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Thomas December 25, 2016

Great reminder to not become discouraged. Thinking is the hardest work there is (which is why so few people are willing to do it). Of course it takes effort – thank you for reminding me of that!

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James December 23, 2016

Super thoughts Debbie, yes, Thinking for ourselves is the key element. Master Key that is!

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