A Month Later ~ Reflections on the MKMMA Live Event ~ I’m NOT The Same ~ At All!!
“Your assignment, should you choose to accept, is to travel to Kauai, where you will spend a full week with people you have never met from all over the world.
The old you will self destruct within 5 days.”
Have you ever done something that changed your life forever?
Have you ever done something with people you will remember forever?
If I took every positive descriptive word in the dictionary, and I tried to put in words my experience of the MKMMA Live Event, I couldn’t do it.
“There is nothing like it,” is the only way to describe it.
The energy of the event…..the environment…..it’s like no other. The intensity. The strength. The power.
Nothin’ like it.
It is magic.
Since September of 2016 (actually September 2015 for me), the weekly progression and study of Haanel’s writings during the course of my journey was just the tip of the iceberg. Never had I gone through so much emotional and mental change.
I could feel a hint of magic as I worked through the material; day by day; week by week; month by month. I missed the live event in the Summer of 2016 and felt such a sense of loss. The force within knew I HAD TO GO this year, in the summer of 2017. I had to! So, I put it in my DMP and in my cards and on my vision board
……nice big letters: MKMMA Live 2017!!!
The voice within is never wrong.
The live event, in a way, is kind of like going through puberty. As different as all course takers are, we are in this together. Though all our journeys are different, in many ways the journeys, and we, are very much the same. We relate to one another on a level that is more a connection of souls, not humans. To have the opportunity to come together, meet each other in person, really get to know one another, exchange energy with one another, shed tears with one another, and learn from one another……the experience is very profound……and beautiful……and fulfilling.
At the beginning of the MKE course, when I first began stepping out of my comfort zone, I was hesitant. Though being led by my instinct, I was constantly questioning my decisions to try something new. I can’t tell you how many times I almost talked myself out of attending the Live Event. Dozens!!! It seemed too much like enjoyment. It seemed too much like fun. It involved travel.
Oh, the horrors of behaviors, like fun, that we’ve forgotten we have!
I wasn’t alone. Many I spoke to at the event were hesitant to attend also. But, every day we spent together, as carloads of us embarked on treasure hunts to look for lighthouses, chase rainbows, and witness waterfalls of beauty beyond compare on an island that is beauty so purely of God’s creation, we knew we had to be there.
From now on we will know without a doubt the importance of finding ourselves and the true purpose we were intended to fulfill during our time on this earth.
Namaste & Aloha.