Larry’s update: Hard to believe that week #3 is already here. Being engaged in so many new activities all geared to influence our subconscious minds has left us both invigorated and charged for positive growth and awareness. The end result is changing our bad habits for good ones and propelling ourselves forward towards the current goals we have in front of us. Just as Og Mandino says in his book: The Greatest Salesman in the World; “The only difference between those who have failed and those who have succeeded lies in the difference of their habits. Good habits are the key to all successes.” So therein lies where we are in this process. Gaining greater awareness of ourselves and the world around us. It really takes everything you got if you want to induce lasting change in your life. All to often if we are not careful we can have a tendency to shrink back as it were toward the life we already have as opposed to the life we are striving for. This business of manifesting what you truly want in life is serious business and there is a science to the process of change. This is not old news either. Great thinkers of our time over the centuries have been helping us see the truth. From King Solomon who said: “As a man thinks in his heart, so is he.” To Earl Nightingale who said: “Man is what he thinks about all day long.” So our thoughts are what will give you the outcomes of your life over and over.
Jordan’s update: I’m on board with everything Larry mentioned above! After having taken several steps outside of my comfort zone this week, the ‘old blue print’ kickback came in intense waves and then subsided. I’m noticing that acts of courage are ‘naturally’ occurring! Thoughts from the ‘old blue print’ pushed back so quickly that it was obvious they were in direct correlation to the ‘do-it-now!’ take action moments. I’m confident that growth will continue as we endeavor on this journey doing our best to wise-up to the push-back. Humbly I look forward to week #4!
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I Love reading about your journey. You are an amazing couple each on a journey of your own but merging the two experiences beautifully!
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Thank you both for sharing your perspectives on this process! I can very much relate to what you’re experiencing. 🙂
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