This is so very late…..no, you are not going to hear an excuse. It’s late!

The Week 10 video was a real bust for me.  All these weeks I have been diligently making sure I have completed all the tasks, checked them off, and felt accomplished.  Then Mark publishes the video.  What a bust!  Yes, every homework assignment was a check list.

So since Sunday, I have been the observer.  Has any of this great stuff become a good habit?  Well, I am happy to report that my sit is something I became very possessive of from about Week 2.  My day begins with a sit, no matter what!  I purposefully get out of bed (definitely with the help of an alarm) at 515 am to have that precious time.

10:24 This week select a blank space on the wall,or any other convenient spot, from where you usually sit,….

Anxious to do the exercise described, I situated myself in my sit and spent a good bit of time looking about me, searching for a blank space.  There are none!  So, would it be a tragic error to do the exercise with my eyes closed?  Possibly, but until the lack is remedied,  this, I would have to do.

The solution was made clear to me during my Tribal meeting.  My attention was drawn to  a very large dry erase board which has been ‘sort of’ stored until I could unload it on someone.  The board is a large rectangle of white blankness.  “Use that”, came a voice from within.  So that is what I did yesterday and again today.

Yesterday went fairly smooth. I was able to mentally draw the square, the circle, and then develop the cone.

10:25 If you can do this, you are making excellent progress and will soon be enabled to concentrate on any problem you may have in mind.

Today, I had a problem.  I put that problem ‘on the board’ during my sit.  By this afternoon, the issue was beautifully handled.  I did not offer an opinion nor did I try to bust anyone.  Huge behavior change for me!!!

It is the little things that continue to blow my mind.   And I need to remember to celebrate them.

I am whole, perfect, powerful, loving, harmonious, and happy.

I believe it!!!

Louise

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Louise

I am a veteran home educator, mother of 3, grandmother of one, who loves Living Life to the fullest and encouraging other mature individuals, like myself, to do the same – through Love, positivity, and self-directed thinking. A decade ago, I made the decision to live my life according to my own terms. Of course, my terms are not your terms. That’s the beauty of this journey! There is so much to discover! Journey with me!

  • Awesome post Louise! I actually felt as if I was going through the experience with you as I read, summing it up with, “It is the little things that blow my mind. I have to remember to celebrate them!”
    Thanks so much!

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