December 15, 2018

Certainty is the first word that came to my mind when writing about week 12 of the Master Key Experience and Charles Haanel’s Master Key System. I looked up the ddefinition of certainty and this definition or description from Wikipedia suits me;

Certainty is perfect knowledge that has total security from error, or the mental state of being without doubt. Objectively defined, certainty is total continuity and validity of all foundational inquiry, to the highest degree of precision. Something is certain only if no skepticism can occur. Wikipedia.

Master Key 12.4 states in very certain terms what is required to manifest your ideal life;

          “12.4 The only way to keep from going backward is to keep going            forward. Eternal vigilance is the price of success. There are three steps, and each one is absolutely essential. You must first have the knowledge of your power; second, the courage to dare; third, the faith to do.”

Later in part 6 it says you must be focused and determined

          “12.6 But your ideal must be sharp, clear-cut, definite; to have one ideal today, another tomorrow, and a third next week, means to scatter your forces and accomplish nothing; your result will be a meaningless and chaotic combination of wasted material.”

Parts 12.10 through 12.16 say that there are no shortcuts and trying to use tricks such as telepathy, hypnotism, or other such perversions will not lead to the ideal but rather bring you unwanted strife and probably the exact opposite of what you want.

Chapter 12 is one of my favorites.

On to next week.

My name is Michael Puffer and I always keep my promises.

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  1. Mike, When we have developed a feeling of uncertainty we are unstoppable. “Security from error” gives us the push to move ahead coupled with knowing from The World’s Greatest Salesman that any hurdle that you continue to push against will eventually give in. Your actions resemble your beliefs and that is a beautiful thing! Much happiness and health to you and your family this Christmas season.

  2. This was my favorite for the week as well…“12.6 But your ideal must be sharp, clear-cut, definite; to have one ideal today, another tomorrow, and a third next week, means to scatter your forces and accomplish nothing; your result will be a meaningless and chaotic combination of wasted material.” Thanks for sharing

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