Week 10. Laws of Cause+Effect, Practice and Growth.

The ordinary man, who has no definite knowledge of cause and effect, is governed by his feelings or emotions.

Perceiving yourself as controlled by feelings or emotions is a curious thing.  In the past few days I have been working with a few people who are completely governed by their feelings and emotions – compelled,  it would seem – to seek out ways in which they can interact but still bring about the certain replay of those same emotions.   I get it now – the whole peptide feeding frenzy :  what was really amazing to me was the person making a clear determination that they knew they would be experiencing the same outcome from  the same activity but that that was ‘okay’,  It blew me away that anyone would willingly subject themselves to the same disappointing outcome and not want to actually alter any part of their interaction with the entire process.

I am still confused on this issue as to how I can best help another understand the complexities of the peptides and how small, certain, simple steps can help him to circumnavigate his subconscious mind in order to live a more effective and less self-punishing  experience in his business life.  Well, that is to say, aside from recommending MKMMA  as the known solution it is : and yet, I also sense he would not quite be open to the process in all of its entirety and complexity.


Jack Ma, founder of Alibaba said:

“The worst people to serve are the Poor people.  Give them free, they think it’s a trap.

Tell them it’s a small investment, they’ll say can’t earn much.  Tell them to come in big, they’ll say no money.  Tell them try new things, they’ll say no experience. Tell them it’s traditional business, they’ll say hard to do. Tell them it’s a new business model, they’ll say it’s MLM.  Tell them to run a shop, they’ll say no freedom.  Tell them to run a new business, they’ll say no expertise.

They do have some things in common:

They love to ask google, listen to friends who are as hopeless as them, they think more than an university professor and do less than a blind man.

Just ask them, what can they do. They won’t be able to answer you. …”

Is it the chemical addiction to these limiting beliefs and mindset 0f conscious lack that will forever impair their drive or determination for changing the course of their life?

Which really gave me a chance to reflect upon  my week, past fortnight, past month and  .. really, to the start of the whole MKMMA journey.



Constructive thought must necessarily be creative, but creative thought must be harmonious, and this eliminates all destructive or competitive thought.

Epiphany Much?  Of course NOW, moreso than ever before, I get the fidelity to ultimate outcome which the shapes, the DMP, the movie trailer, the vision board all contrive to bring about.  I am grateful for that.   I got it before but it is thoroughly, and continuously edifying my ultimate commitment to achieving my dreams and goals.

And guess what?  The absolute demand I have placed upon my conscious mind to be in complete harmony with the successful outcome  of these goals and to coerce and tease my subconscious into blissful alignment is really rather remarkable, to say the least.  Now I am facing long-held desires, dreams and goals all beginning to align and manifesting that which I have been fully committed to achieving over a great time .. the only real irony being that I must now juggle as I go … challenging as it may be, I am determined as ever to see this to the end, to ultimately fulfil all requirement of my commitment to the goals I had mapped out.

This journey – if you truly and willingly submit your glorious vulnerability to the full impact of its consequence, brings about a consciously and sub-consciously created change …. and it all began as a result of making a choice.

Fancy the difference to everyday life so many would experience if only they were open to it.  Food For Thought.   Its true what they say:  What You Think About Grows.

Author: Masterkey With Me

Mum to 3, happily married, blessed with fantastic family and friends ♥ creating a future, from a place of integrity and authenticity! I feed my passion for helping others by sharing how they can turn everyday expenses like phone, internet, energy (and more) into residual income streams!

24 thoughts on “Week 10. Laws of Cause+Effect, Practice and Growth.”

  1. So true so true!! Mahalo (thank you) for taking the thought and time for this post. The speech by Jack was sad and yet it I have seen that so many times. There is such a difference talking about what you want in life and doing the work to make it happen.
    “The worst people to serve are the Poor people. Give them free, they think it’s a trap” This is such a harsh statement yet seems to be true. Sometimes the truth hurts and the crab is always trying to pull you back in the pot. Are you going to let them? Good question!!

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    1. You know Lori, I have actually been contemplating a training with my team based on that quote (covering mindset of lack, limiting beliefs and poverty consciousness) and ways in which we can recognise those influencers and circumnavigate jointly, and … hopefully, in the process, show them how to become the hero in their journey 🙂


    1. Oh Marcos hello, and yes – I know, right?!

      I couldn’t actually fathom, when we were speaking (I actually thought I was making headway) when he literally stopped me dead in my thought and speech and said “You know, Fiona, I think I am really addicted to this process”.

      I was truly floored.

      So I introduced a scenario (based on another ‘person’ but typifying his emotional rollercoaster of addiction to the process and the outcome, including his behaviours) .. and what was really mind blowing to me was that he could identify all of the issues and how to resolve it for another …. Oh My Giddy Aunt!

      We’ll call it a ‘work in progess’ for now 🙂

      I appreciate your commenting Marcos – be well xx

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    1. Mary, that is so great!

      Thankyou for reading my blog – I’ve just read your week 10 post!

      I’m just like you, my faith is getting me over the line .. not me .. just trusting in the process which has been created by the Whole MKMMA Team (and knowing that God has got my back with all of this) does tend to let me breathe more freely, BUT its that whole subby deal …sitting in the wings .. waiting for a shot @ letting ourselves slip into old non-edifying patterns.

      I’m looking forward to sharing the rest of your MKMMA journey with you!

      I wish you a wonderful week xx

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  2. People (like you, like me) who are drawn to MKMMA intuitively know they are missing something, part of the puzzle they need to fill a void in their lives. We are open to change. Those Ma referenced are cocooned in conformity, are comfortable there whether in misery or not, and have never been exposed to the idea there may be more for them too. But mostly fear is what holds them back I think. Exposure to a philosophy and exercise like MKMMA early in life would be so powerful. Loved your post and your blog in general.

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    1. I thank you for your thoughts. Yes, it reminds me of that whole ‘for things to change, you have to get a little uncomfortable and do some things you’ve never likely done before’… the problem is two fold :
      – most people are afraid of taking a chance and think ‘what if it goes wrong?’ instead of the positive outlook ‘what if it goes right?’
      – most people are thoroughly connected to conforming to perceived expectation (from themselves and their own conditioning, as well as from those within their realm).

      MKMMA called to me at every level .. I also love alliances and the universal pull of a collective thought : much power in all of that 🙂

      Thank you again for sharing your thoughts – have a blessed day 🙂


  3. Not so much a poor issue by definition, as a defeatist attitude, since poor is a mainly a situation of circumstance and unfortunate events that affect quality of life that can happen to anyone in any walk of life. Great points, well written.

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    1. Juneta, I couldn’t agree more : which is why I shared my personal perspective in terms mindset : closed mind, lack consciousness, poverty consciousness, fear of abundance consciousness, and so on.

      I received an interesting perspective on that from one of my business partners who hails from India – she knew my meaning in terms of referencing and had also seen another person post reference to the Jack Ma quote who was suggestive of a financially-limited perspective, as follows :

      ‘…we are all poor to begin with and I always think of India and the poverty stricken are the ones that will take the clothes off their back for you. They are given the keys to the kingdom of God in the beatitudes. ..’

      Money is but a resource. Wealth, true wealth, can (and should) be counted in so many other ways : determining someone’s stature based on their fiscal position is ignorance, most people have the power to change their financial position if they so choose.

      Thank you for sharing your thoughts with me – I appreciate your time. 🙂

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          1. Thank you posting this. I return in Week 18 and read again, so much more profound to me than the first time I read it. I especially like your first memes. The post had a whole bigger cohesive affect on me in the 2nd reading. Such deep points and correlation. I suppose that is a testament just how much further my journey has taken me. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Thank you Sarah – that means a lot to me xx

      This whole blog thing has really been a challenge for me (it seems like I’m stuck on how to communicate until the ‘nth’ second before a deadline … not sure what that’s about .. it’s not an old blueprint behaviour – I’m normally the ‘tick and flick queen’ of get it done!)


  4. Wow! Thank you. I completely identify with your epiphany – your words have brought greater understanding to my own journey – thank you, what a blessing indeed for me. I do epiphany much, and you shine beautifully my friend – I love you – You are Whole, Perfect, Strong, Powerful, Loving, Harmonious and Happy 🙂

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