In a communication with my guide, I was asked to go into detail about my actions toward realizing my goals in my DMP. A logical step. Lots of high talk, affirming all those things people always affirm while leaving out the nuts and bolts, the mechanics: that’s not going to accomplish anything.
But wait, isn’t this supposed to be mystical? Sometimes people in the church where I perform my music who think along the same lines as the Master Key devotees get hung up in the hocus pocus and never quite get to the “doing” part. Like picking up the phone, like writing that letter, like starting that list. Instead people sometimes think they need to pray more, or that they need to light more candles, or maybe we should meditate just a little longer. The outcome then tends to be delayed if there’s an outcome at all. What we end up with are a lot of frustrated people, buying even more books on how to meditate, how to visualize and how to do affirmations.
It reminds me of a friend who wanted to do voiceovers. He took thousands of dollars worth of classes. He sound proofed his recording space. He practiced and practiced. “So have you recorded anything?” I asked him. “Well, no. I don’t think I’m ready,” he told me. “Well I can help you. I’ll show you how to use the recording software and make the mp3s and so on. Did you download the software?”
“Well, yeah, but I haven’t opened it yet.” “Do you want me to help you?” “Well, I think I’m going to wait a bit, but thanks for the offer.”
So, the obvious thing that needs to happen is never considered as a requirement of the completion of the goal. Funny guy, my friend. Can’t quite get to second base. Sounds like something I would do