Week 14: I See “The Whole of The Moon”

It’s so wonderful to be learning from great minds like: Earl Nightingale, Charles Haanel, Og, Napoleon Hill, Emerson, etc.  I read ‘Think and Grow Rich’ by Hill and a long list of success and ‘self-help’ books in my lifelong quest for peace, success and happiness.  I learned a lot about the subconscious mind in my career as a hypnotist.  I was a huge fan of Esther Hicks and Abraham and the law of attraction.  I searched for health everywhere and often did the affirmations by the amazing Louise Hay from her book “You Can Heal Your Life.” I constantly listened to spiritual leaders like Wayne Dyer and Deepak Chopra. As a matter of fact, a book by Wayne Dyer “Your Sacred Self” completely changed my life.

I started the #MASTERKEYEXPERIENCE because I was attracted to the idea of learning more about the things I already loved.  This experience seems to be the culmination of so many things that I already knew.  The difference is that now I understand the ‘Why’ and ‘How’ of everything I’ve learned.  We exercise our body for strength and health, and I’ve learned we need to do the same to tap into the beautiful and amazing power of our minds.

As I contemplated the magical quality of everything I’ve been learning, a song came on.  It’s a 1985 song called “The Whole of the Moon” by the Waterboys.  As I listened to the words, I connected them to this experience, I realized that all of my experiences and study led me here.  Eleven words from the song actually brought me to tears “I saw the crescent; you saw the whole of the moon.”

Thank you #MKE leaders and guides for guiding me to see the rest of the moon.

Published by coachdiane27

I’m a work at home, self-employed, freedom fighter helping people find freedom from illness and financial freedom! I spent decades in a loving marriage but in a loveless career. That stressful loveless career affected so many aspects of my life including my health and marriage. The money was great but what good is money with no time to enjoy it? Finally, my husband said I’d rather be broke than have you sick or gone. That was April fool’s day 2003. I wanted to always remember the date that I stopped being a fool in corporate America and had the courage to pursue my dreams. We’ve never looked back. We downsized into a 700-foot dilapidated condo from a beautiful single home that we had built. But we were still happy. My husband worked overtime for years while I tried a multitude of network marketing businesses. Some were legit but the market was saturated, some were Ponzi schemes, some were ‘ground floor’ opportunities that never got off the ground. Eight businesses and 10 years later, we moved 600 miles from our friends and family to beautiful SC. We could afford to live there because the real estate was cheaper and the taxes $8000 cheaper a year. Even though we miss everyone, a big plus is that hubby loves golf and I love warm weather and beaches. I had given up on Network Marketing. In August of 2018 I had a phone call from a friend asking me try something that might help me with my health. I wasn’t interested in the business opportunity or even the product but when I found out there was a 30 day money back guarantee, I tried it because I had nothing to lose. That phone call was a gift from God because my health has improved dramatically, and I finally found the business of my dreams. I’m so grateful to be changing lives by improving people’s health and, if they choose to join me, their wealth. We just designed and built our dream home and I keep pinching myself every time I look around. It is never too late to pursue your dreams. As a junior senior citizen, I’m excited to be working on my next set of dreams and to help others pursue theirs too.

15 thoughts on “Week 14: I See “The Whole of The Moon”

  1. “The difference is that now I understand the ‘Why’ and ‘How’ of everything I’ve learned.”–loved this, and thank you for sharing your experience while hearing the ‘Whole of the Moon’! 🙂

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