Mental Pit Stop

Week 12 Blog

Mental Pit Stop

Tuesday December 12th middle of the day, in my office at work, time to break away and dedicate time to my Mastermind studies.  I had just finished chapter ten of “The Greatest Salesman” on persistence, I moved to the 7 Laws of the Mind I begin reading The Law of Substitution, The Law of relaxation, The Law of Practice, I begin to read The Law of Forgiveness and as I get to line 4 “There can be no connection to the Devine Mind where anger or resentment against a brother or sister, justified or not, exists.” I begin to feel uncomfortable, anxious and emotional, it came on so quickly my breathing increased I began to tremble a little the next thing I know I’m sobbing.

My first instinct is to walk away from my reading, I don’t understand what’s happening I need to move my focus away from what I’m feeling, then almost as though it was part of me I immediately remembered something Mark J said in his last training, he shared a personal experience where he started to walk away from a similar situation but he stopped himself and allowed the feelings to come and move through him. I quickly stopped myself and allowed the feelings and experience to wash over me.

Thirty minutes later I have two pages of notes and feelings, that flowed from my pen like I was a speed writer, my words are full of emotion, feelings of anger, fear, resentment, all stored away from the past….

To be continued

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18 thoughts on “Mental Pit Stop

  1. Elaine Archambeau

    For me the word freedomness works instead of forgiveness. It is a way to connect yourself from a person or event instead of reliving as we do with resentment. I am not 100% with this but it is helpful.

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    1. Fred Post author

      Don thanks for sharing your comment, dig deep and when they come let them flow.
      Wishing you a journey full of new insights and growth, to the new you!

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  2. Diane Weekley

    Fred, thank you for sharing your journey so honestly…I was at first thinking to myself, you seem to have such ease and grace in practicing your reading, then I was riveted by your sharing…I am grateful for your being so candid and earnest desire to hear more.

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    1. Fred Post author

      Diane thank you for your kind comment, I like everyone else am here to learn and grow.
      Your contribution to my journey is appreciated.

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  3. Anna

    Fred,

    Forgiveness is so pivotal , and one of the great challenges we all face. My wish for you is freedom from whatever feelings have been buried within, and a new birth as Davene so eloquently shared on this weeks webinar.

    Anna

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    1. Fred Post author

      Edward thank you for your contribution, I appreciate you! Message me if you would like to mastermind, it would be my pleasure if your willing.

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  4. dorothy Perger

    I find that all of us are going through a change and coming out with new vision and understanding. the process of the change probably goes back to our childhood where many of the barriers were put up by ourselves or by others around us.

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  5. Dorje

    I love how doing this work brings up some pretty deep things. And congratulations for allowing the emotions to just come up and wash over you – only way I know of letting them go.

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