Week 20

Aloha Week 20, its been interesting observing my thoughts and what comes up in my sits…that old blueprint keeps rising up…shout out to my mastermind partner, Mimo, for your support and allowing me to be vulnerable. Many internal questions in particularly, am I worthy of all that has been offered in MKMMA, my hero’s journey? Feels like there’s something “missing” like I know its there but not sure what it is. This is my second time with MKMMA and that “missing” feeling is still there….Many friendly reminders were given in this past Sunday’s live webby, especially that we create our world within which is a reflection of the world without. I promise to continue joyfully with MKMMA and Mana’o’i’o – BELIEVE!

Sharing the below mime which hit home:



Week 19

Aloha e Week 19, mahalo nui for another beautiful week of being the non-judgemental observer exuding ALOHA to everyone and everything. Being present every second of everyday. Sharing a couple of mime’s that sums up this week:





Week 18


Aloha e Week 18:) Combining this week and last Weeks HJ17 posts. It has been very interesting to observe my thoughts these last few weeks. Why does it seem so “easy” to go to the negative? Mahalo piha for the mental diet and the Law of Substitution…When the old blueprint of negativity rolls around, nice to not feed those peptides + have created wonderful “habits of thought selection and thought control by not entertaining or dwelling upon negative things” (Mahalo Emmet Fox). That warm, fuzzy, loving feeling embraces me and I smile:) Appreciate my hero’s journey and giving myself permission to be happy everyday!

What would the person I intend to become do next?

What am I pretending not to know?



Week 18 – I love my life

Monica's blog

I trully love my life and I appreciate it a lot. As a matter of fact, I would not change a minute of it if I could. I have given lectures on this theme before, and telling my lifestory. When people hear about my life is it difficult for them to understand how I can be so positive, harmonious and happy about life. That is also the main reason why I lectured before. It was my mission to show people how you can have strength and faith, appreciating life when your child can’t handle himself, life or others. He was extremely selfdestructive and kickseaking, living his life in rocket pace, and finally took his own life after struggling with drugs for 13 years from the age of 14. It was quite a life journey we did together.

I devoted my life persistently to help him to develop life coping strategies…

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MKE Week 18: Will this day be my last?

Eric's MKMMA Experience

That’s an interesting question?  Some may read that as more of a darker question, thus wondering what thoughts the writer, me,  may have or what I may be going through. 

Not to worry friends.  That is a question filled with positivity, opportunity, gratitude, courage and enthusiasm. 

I will live this day as if it is my last.

Now that is a statement! 

Preparing for Scroll V which we just began, I was tasked to start reading an obituary daily and asking 3 questions to myself.  What would that person give for one more day?  Who could I show gratitude toward as if it was my last day?  How can I behave today to finish my masterpiece of my life? 

Yes, to some that may seem a bit odd and weird to ask those questions…..

“Oh, shut up old blueprint”

Anyway, this was one of the…

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Week 18


Marco polo is a useful app.  I wasn’t much into it, and did not participate much until I submitted to my guide’s admonitions, and I am still breaking down some of those hesitations.  But now, it is like an addiction to check it, to see who left a message, knowing already that the message will be great.  Big shout out here to Troy Van Dyke, part of my tribe.  That man is a huge inspiration on fearless communication.  Compile that with his drive to make the most of each day, starting early and keeping it sacred, I find in him an awful lot to learn.  And he just gives it in buckets by example and initiative.  So thank you Troy.  My world is a better place because of you.

The recent questions are buzzing through my mind all the time now.  What am I pretending not to know, and what…

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Week 17

Week 17, Mahalo nunui:) Grateful for the guidance of our MKMMA experience and answering the call to our hero’s journey….giving ourselves permission. Concentration, spot on Master Keys Part 17. Notice when I do my daily reads and sit, my mind wonders. My mastermind partner, Mimo, shared that she keeps her magnifying glass close by. Mahalo piha for this awesome mana’o. Definitely helps to stay focused/concentrate while holding my magnifying glass to joyfully create my opulent world within.