It’s Funny How Different We Are – Week 11

Each week we are doing these lessons together, over 200 of us.

Some of the lessons I like a lot. Some of them, not so much.

If you have been reading my blogs, you may recall that I was bored with the battleship exercise and the growing of the cone. I was flipping that cone around like an expert juggler and changing it’s colors like a chameleon.

I don’t like being bored.

bibleThis week, the exercise was the most pleasant, the most exciting exercise yet. We were to concentrate on the quotation from the Bible:

Whatsoever things ye desire, when ye pray, believe that ye receive them and ye shall have them.

I had a great time with this one (and continue to enjoy it as the week wraps up). I followed the instructions and noticed that there is no limitation. Like in life and in the imagination… no limitation.

The curious thing is, as much as I liked this lesson, my friend Don Ketterhagen did NOT like this week’s lesson. I was hoping he would write about his experience with the lesson in the blog, but he didn’t. Maybe he will leave a comment here.

For now, I am just observant. We are all so different, and yet so much the same.

This was my favorite lesson by far because it allowed me to visualize what I want most in this world, to help people be free of the toxins that are making them sick.

This week’s lesson allowed me to be grateful for what I already have… which is everything I desire. Because I already have what I desire… all I need to do is be grateful for it and it is mine.

This may sound circular and not make much sense, but if you read the passage from the bible and really understand it, it says there are no limits. As long as you believe you already possess what you desire, be ready to receive it because it is already yours.

That is what I learned this week.

What did you learn?

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6 thoughts on “It’s Funny How Different We Are – Week 11

  1. renee shatanoff

    Heather….it’s interesting how each of us relate differently to the exercises. I found the “cone” the easiest so far. Maybe it’s because I have a twisted mind:-). I struggled last week and I was in a very dark place as I felt I needed to “start over” with my DMP. Old blueprint. I “sat and sat and sat” and allowed my mind to marinate. I went to sleep with agitation and greeted the new day with the old apprehension. I don’t know when it happened but I found my AHA moment and my DMP. I now realize opportunities are endless and you see them everyday. The big question for me is “am I ready to receive?” and accept the responsibility that goes along with “getting what I truly want.” I believe we all know, deep down, what our desires are. What’s holding us back? It’s “do we want to be accountable to ourselves when we recieve it?” This is the lesson I learned. Thank you Heather:-)))))

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    1. Heather Post author

      I am so happy that you did receive your aha moment… keep receiving! You deserve to have everything you desire! Thanks for sharing your experience. I appreciate it!

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  2. Cyndria Coaty

    Hi Heather, I really enjoyed this week’s lesson as well. I have been so amazed that this class has taken what we have learned in the scriptures to a new level with application. This makes me happy.

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  3. Mark Farrell

    Heather, completely agree… it’s funny how some of us like particular exercises and don’t like others! I personally enjoyed the battleship exercise, and found the cone exercise particularly challenging to do well…. both these exercises kept me interested & occupied for the full 15 mins of my ‘sit’. However, this week’s quote… well, I could only concentrate on it for a minute max., and then could hardly bring myself to repeat the experience!
    Glad you got so much out of the experience, and am amazed how you mastered the cone exercise to that degree. Wow!
    Love your plans, shared in your post last week, for helping people who have been made ill by toxins. An awesome cause. Your experiences with this could help SO many people! ~Mark.

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  4. John Cunningham

    Heather…we are so different! I could not see the battleship, the flower, or the cone. Maybe that’s because I have said to myself for a long time, that I am not very creative, but sometimes I am. (If that makes sense.) But that’s the old BP. The new one says I am learning to be more creative. lol!
    I too am enjoying this weeks sit. Prayer is not new to me, but it has been a while since I was quiet during that time to allow “Infinite Intelligence” to speak to me!

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  5. Kellie

    I truly loved the passage as well. There is something very peaceful in reading a bible passage and realizing how true & powerful a statement that it is. Week 11 was definitely a turning point! You will fulfill your destiny Heather. I read it in your blogs. I hear it through the posts. You truly have a deep care & commitment to this cause. You persist. You WIN!!!

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