week 15 master key

When I was thinking about what I would write about  this week, part 15 came to mind and it is truly my most recent favorite.  When Haanel said, “Growth is attained through an exchange of the old for the new, of the good for the better; it is a conditional or reciprocal action, for each of us is a complete thought entity and this completeness makes it possible for us to receive only as we give.  Safe to say he read Emerson’s Law of Compensation.  This made a huge impression on me and encouraged me to think about if I am holding on to anything that could be actually keeping me stuck.  I like the fact that we have been preparing for this with our daily practice of the four promises and the scrolls.  I do love it when a plan comes together.  Developing harmony is pretty awesome and it feels so good.

A lot of people in the MKMMA write about how they have changed and grown since starting this course.  I have written about it myself but today I want write about someone else changing and growing.  That person is my son and he has noticed changes in me and has commented to me several times about me now and before MKMMA.  I discuss many of the things in the Master Keys and other things we are doing and he sees the things posted all around the house.  This week I realized that he is changing and growing himself.  This is even better than me growing because as a parent, you desire much for your children and to see him actually applying some of the this wonderful knowledge is beyond words.  So when we see things differently, the things or people we see are different.  What a huge reward this is turning out to be for me and him.

I always keep my promises

Jan Russ

9 thoughts on “week 15 master key

  1. yes I can so relate.. when our doing is having an effect on our children in a positive way it is so much better.. so thank you so much for sharing that..
    I was going to ask how old your son is,, but at the same time it doesn’t matter, because I think regardless of what age the children have something will change in them, because we change, we just have to look and observe different if they are 5 years or 15 years..
    So amazing.. keep up the good work..

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