Noelle Suzanne Master of Keys

“Love recognizes no barriers. It jumps hurdles, leaps fences, penetrates walls to arrive at its destination full of hope.” — Maya Angelou

MKMMA Week 11 – Keep Moving

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I have come to the awareness that one of the reasons I have not accomplished certain things in my life is that I sometimes feel inadequate and give up my pursuit.  Or, in the same vein, I expect perfection, which is not attainable. I suppose it is also attached to the comparison game along with the ego. I have learned in the past couple of years and through the Master Key Experience that comparison is not only detrimental, but it can totally stop you, or me, in our tracks.

 

In order to keep moving we have to do just that, keep moving. It’s that simple. I think where it gets complicated is when I stop and start to worry about things I create in my own mind. Now I will shift my focus to everything I am thankful for and everything I want to draw into my life.

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Author: noellesuzannemasterkey

I love many things, but first and foremost my family. I have three beautiful sons, now young men, a devoted husband, and a wonderful family. I love nature, dance, singing, writing, playing guitar, and connecting with people. I feel very lucky and blessed. I believe in the light of the universe and the good of mankind. Life is good. I am thankful.

4 thoughts on “MKMMA Week 11 – Keep Moving

  1. Inadequacy and perfectionism – – evil twins that keep us stuck! Way to keep moving, Sister!

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  2. boy, that worry critter has a way of taking us out of the now. Is keeping moving for you the same as keeping your eye on the goal? Thanks for your blog.

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  3. This reminds me of a saying of an actress who had been famous at some point, Marilu Henner; actually the only thing i remember about her is that she said at some show, no idea what it was “by all means keep on moving.” This sentence is still alive in my memory and i appreciate your mentioning of it as it is a mantra for success.

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  4. Thank you. I remember Marilu Henner. It’s funny that one phrase stuck with you. It must have made an impact or touched at a time when you needed to hear those words. Have a wonderful day 🙂

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