So much has happened since Friday I don’t know where to begin…
the other day, I started creating a new course for you all called, “How To Hypnotize Yourself To Magnetically Attract Money”
And I made 3 full modules for you, Part one of which I shared here as a post on Thursday or Friday.
In the process of asking myself the One Thing Question (“What is the One Thing I can do that makes everything else easier or unnecessary?”)…
Something SHIFTED for ME. Something SHIFTED IN me.
a HUGE idea popped in and it is rubbing me all the right ways at the moment… :o) mmmmmmmm! I LOVE ideas!
And I LOVE that creating these courses and communicating to you every day INSPIRES the hell out of me!
In fact I got so inspired and went so deep with this new course and all the ideas about how to deliver it to you in the most congruent, win/win way that I had to take a little break from the Mind Mastery Daily so I could pour my heart and soul into this “opening”.
I have a lot more to share with you about that in the next few days, but as the ideas begin to settle around a path with heart, and a concrete plan of action…
In the middle of all of that, the song I’ve been working on for a few weeks started taking what might be it’s almost final form… lol
The creativity pouring through my neurology was so abundant and delightfully INTENSE that I HAD to pick up my guitar and sing…
and so that’s what I want to share with you on this beautiful Sunday morning:
Appropriately it was inspired by a talk my friend and musical mentor, Roger Mock gave at Unity a couple weeks ago (which, as a first time speaker, he totally NAILED), AND it is filled with the basic and advanced concepts I teach here every day.
Here it is:
I love hearing from you! And I really appreciate Transformation Tribe member Ronald taking the time not just to let me know that I’d put there wrong link in the daily mind mastery email but to watch and listen to write about this song:
Here’s what he said…
Mark, I just listened to God is Home. Here is what I think:
From a technical standpoint, I was intrigued. You used fingerpicking, passing chords, intervals, slides, and bends all in one song. Not that I did not like the alternating bass line – I did – but what I really liked was the variety of moves. It struck me that your self-hypnosis practice has worked to synchronize your brain with your fingers. You were picking pretty fast. When I play the guitar, I feel a little inhibited somehow – like I am afraid to be great…that’s loco, but it is getting better. Like Morpheus said about Neo in The Matrix, “I am beginning to believe.”
On an artistic level, my favorite part was the line about life being an opportunity that we can only have at this moment. Yes! That is what Jesus meant by eternal life….not some distant place in the future, but a full life now.
On a personal level, the best part for me was actually when you goofed a little toward the end. It wasn’t the mistake itself, but how you handled yourself. You were able to laugh it off, love yourself, and move forward. That made me smile. That is something I am working on. I have to love myself enough to laugh and learn and grow. I need to leave shame behind in the garbage dump where it belongs.
So yes, I liked the tune. Keep groovin’ man. You practice what you preach. I wasn’t sure at first. Now I am. – Ronald
p.s. Keep those emails coming!
Got questions? I have answers and I want you to have them, so…