I have been awake since 3:30am. By 5:30am I meditated, concentrated my thoughts on the person I intend to become and completed my reads. Even had time to shadow 200 table tennis backhands. All in all I am feeling terrific! “Today is going to be very productive,” I thought to myself.
I asked the question. It’s the top card on each of the four piles of index cards. “What’s the question?” “What would my future self do next?” In the next breath, “Sort out the two websites.”
I have maatnow.com/mke, which you are reading now and maatnow.com, both of which show up in lowercase, however I prefer to type in MaatNow.com, which is how I intended it to be.
FYI, this is the fourth website that has been created to journal my Master Key Experience. Each one required usernames and passwords and this last one occurred at the end of last week.
So, its 5:35am and I type in as the administrator for MaatNow.com. Easy enough. “There’s the WordPress Log-in.” “What’s my username and password?” Not very confidently, I find my username and password and enter them into the two boxes.
A message pops up on screen letting me know the password is wrong. “It’s gotta be here somewhere.”… That didn’t work either… And so on, for the next two hours. So, it’s time to ‘phone-a-friend.’
Magic happens! It works! (Well, that’s the reader’s digest version.)
Computer played up a bit and we needed to reboot, but it was sooooo slooooooow, that I turned it off and guess what, I had to start it up again. Rather than keep my friend on the phone I said, “I’ll call you back later.”
I was encouraged earlier by this message:
“I hate to be the bearer of bad news, Grant – however it’s user error – not the websites or WordPress. The good news is you’re a self directed thinker so I’m sure you get it sorted out.”
So, the buck stops with me.
When the computer finally came back up I followed my friend’s instructions and managed not only to sort it out for maatnow.com/mke, but also for maatnow.com. I got it sorted out.
The good thing was, I almost didn’t make a mountain out of a molehill and I kept myself together by expecting that there would be a positive outcome.
During the two and a half hours of getting this all sorted out I did in fact expend maybe a little more mental energy than was necessary. In the end, it was my overtaxed body that need to rest. “I’ll put my feet up for awhile and then get back to it.” That was the plan…
PAUSE FOR A STATION ANNOUNCEMENT
The second of the Seven Laws of the Mind is the Law of Relaxation:
“Mental effort defeats itself – exactly the opposite of physical effort. A relaxed, calm state of mind, is the only doorway to progress mentally. Relaxation of thought is the only access to Infinite Intelligence.”
Where were we?
Ah, “I’ll put my feet up for awhile and then get back to it.” That was the plan…
My body took some time to ‘rest’ and begin to unwind, however my mind was still overactive and I permitted myself the luxury of giving it a few more minutes. As I am lying there on my bed, with my legs dangling stacked two pillows high, my mind settled aligning itself with my body which had softened and relaxed even more.
Then, all of a sudden, just before the moment when you are revitalised and can get up, I had this thought about the title of my Tapas For Life course that I am creating, “Sherlocking Insightful Answers.” “Pen and paper.”
And, as I played and scribbled down some other thoughts that I have had in the back of mind during the last week or so, I came up with something that I am very happy with:
Sherlocking Insightful Answers
by morphing questions, is nothing but WordPlay!
Even though these are all words that I came up with and then sequenced, it was not a lone creation.
I am grateful to two groups that inputed into the renaming of what for the last 25 years I have been calling The Language Matrix. You might say it hasn’t been easy to let go, but I am comfortable in owning its new morphic reality.
I’m giving it another 15 hours or so, before locking it in. I like the inclusion of the first three letters S.I.A. because, in Ancient Egyptian, ‘sia’ means understanding.
I am grateful for those who in the last five weeks have been receiving The Language Matrix blog posts via email and responded with suggestions after learning that The Language Matrix was trademarked and needed a name change.
Hopefully, it won’t be too much longer before Sherlocking Insightful Answers is live on maatnow.com.
The second group I am grateful to are my fellow short course Tapas For Life creators who shared suggestions during our weekly webinar.
May your day bring you joy and happiness.
Unite in Unity