Week 6 The Greatest Good

The Greatest Good

There is a lot of insight to apply in this weeks lesson.  Harmony within is where it must begin. Throw in a dash of focus. The mechanism is thinking.  That thinking must be creative or constructive and, with time and practice the effect begins to express itself.

The exercise of concentrating on the details of a picture was easy for me.  So I figure I have a pretty good neural pathway between my visual input and my mind.  Less so is the ability to visualize a project or a network goal that I want to achieve and I’m working on that.  I think my brain isn’t sufficiently emptied of old habits for that to happen and so I’ll take the baby steps week by week.

Continuing to work on visualization.  Focus on images of things and situations that represent what I really think represent my PPNs, liberty and legacy.

Looking forward to tackling another assignment for this mind next week.

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ketter1

I was born in the same hospital I trained in almost 65 years ago. Family came from good old Germanic stock matched with my Irish mother's value added good cooking and discipline. I had four brothers and I was the oldest. Education was with the Notre Dame nuns, the Jesuit priests, and then the Holy Cross fathers at Notre Dame. I completed my medical school back in Milwaukee and actually trained in the same hospital I was born in. My best thing that ever happened to me was meeting and then marrying my Kathy, a patient and loving gal who has given me three great sons and a lot of her patience. The story is longer, but for now check out donketterhagen.com for more specifics. We spend our days building a Lyoness shopping network and living in the mountains of North Carolina in the summer and Estero, Florida over the winter. Life is good.

3 thoughts on “Week 6 The Greatest Good”

  1. You sound to me to be very much on the same plane as I am. I have to admit that your statement beginning, ” I think my brain isn’t sufficiently emptied of old habits….” resonates very strongly with me. I, too, am having these ‘moments of doubt and pain’ (Mick Jagger – Sympathy for the Devil).
    No worries, Don. We’ll get there.

  2. Love the post… I think that the recordings are going to make an impact long-term if short-term is any indication.
    Visualization is quite a lot of hard work. After all that concentration I feel fatigued. Keep doing the exercises!

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