My friend and colleague Carmen Perez wrote “How Do You Measure a Year” today on LinkedIn:
How Do You Measure a Year?
I love Carmen’s words so much!
Before commenting, I had to listen of course and got goosebumps!
And then I thought…maybe that’s it!
Goosebumps are a GREAT way to measure a year: how many times did we have moments that we noticed in our physical bodies (per Merriam-Webster) from a “…sudden feeling of excitement.”
Living on Purpose
Like so many in the Master Key Experience (MKE) program, I appreciate Carmen as an example of a human being living their purpose, on purpose, and putting so much love and passion into all aspects of life.
It’s what we all need to do. MKE helps to highlight where we each are in the journey of finding our own true selves.
Question: Are you finding yourself in the same physical or mental situation again and again, and you don’t like it?
Can you try a new approach and attach, for example, joy, in place of a previously negative response that is well-worn in your brain?
Follow That Dream
- You could find gratitude in a difficult situation for seeing the lesson at last?
- You could share your new understanding with the world?
- You start a ripple effect which changes the history of the universe?
So much more is possible than we allow ourselves to believe. As Haanel says in Part 13 of the Master Key System:
…the day of the dreamer has come.Charles Haanel, Master Key System
We cannot afford one more of our 525,600 minutes each year not living in the space of grandeur.
Haanel assures us:
…you will come into an understanding of the beauty, the grandeur, the transcendental opportunities which have been placed at your disposal.Charles Haanel, Master Key System
Winter holidays, so many in December, (Dongzhi, Yalda, Yule, Humanlight, Christmas, Kwanzaa) are upon us.
As you celebrate with your tribes in this 12th month, find the place of your dreamer and hold on: the reality of an amazing year ahead is directly in your reach.
I love it Jennifer, measure not by the breaths you take, but by the moments that take your breath away!
Appreciate you Arlene!
Jennifer, great insights on how to look at this past year and divide up the minutes that we used to see how we used them. I enjoyed your quote from Charles Haanel: “…you will come into an understanding of the beauty, the grandeur, the transcendental opportunities which have been placed at your disposal. Let’s all appreciate the moments we have had but look for new opportunities on our new journey for this coming year.
Great note for 2022 Eulaine! Thank you for reading.
PMA. helps bring grandeur to every minute as something for certain, instead of a maybe. Great post, Jen, and thanks for being such a great example of the positivity mankind can always use more of! 🙂
The grandeur, yes Loren! Love that word and appreciate your comments, thank you!
What a beautiful perspective you’ve laid out — something, I believe, is so important now, more than ever. You are such a gift!
Appreciation to you Pammy for sharing your passion with us all!
Love you to reach out to learn more about recycle/environmental mindset here in our communities too.
Yes, let’s talk about recycling anytime! Email me.