If you were wise, you saw this coming when I switched from weekly to monthly posts last year. Go ahead. Raise your hands if you’re nodding your head.
I thought so. Nearly all of you. Go ahead and put your hands down.
Over the last year, I’ve backslid to the point of not doing nearly all of my processes designed to keep me on track for manifesting my DMP. I was evaluating if I needed to do the full version of the course with a guide this year or not. I pulled out my DMP, and it’s still right on. I have been continuing to manifest the DMP, but my focus has shifted over the last year. I’m more committed to my business and less focused on my writing. I don’t believe that’s accidental. A slight tweak of the DMP should be enough, and I believe my mastermind partner and I can handle that. That means I can use my lifetime membership and audit this year’s course.
To avoid becoming overwhelmed by all the tasks I let slip by the wayside over the last year, I’m going to follow this year’s class more closely and add tasks back in as the new class begins them. This means I’ll need to do the reading and be there for the webinars. As we always are, we’ll be traveling for the first two or three weeks of the class, so I’ll be catching those weeks on replay when we stop for the night.
My primary purpose for taking the course, improving my relationship with my husband, has been manifesting well. A few negative thoughts are creeping back in, so I’ll be chasing those out by refocusing my thinking. For instance, this past week, he’s been a real sweetheart. He dropped everything and accompanied me when I bought my new truck. There were several instances when he did something thoughtful for me without me asking. These are the things I’ll think about and focus on when I think of him.
This year, I’m going to focus on one of my personal pivotal needs — True Health. I have more and better tools at my disposal, and I believe I’m ready to do this. My mind is almost in the right place, but the key is to use the course to reprogram my old blueprint and chip away the years and years of cement that have piled on this body. It’s time to do this thing. I owe it to myself, and I love myself enough to make the commitment a priority. My body weight is one visible aspect of this journey, but True Health is about more than physical health. It’s about mental, emotional, and spiritual health as well.
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