Friday, April 18, 2008
I have started to realise the purpose of this blog that I have been posting away on now for the past three years or so. These are the diary entries that I love to share with the world.
You cn actually just write the words and publish your life the way you wand it to be. I have been experimenting with this using Admin Scales based on the works of L Ron Hubbard. One very exciting component of Admin Scales (That is Administration.) is that you can write things the way that you want them to be. And where you do that is in the section that covers your Ideal Scene.
There is a whole technolgy for Ideal Scenes that can be found in the Administration Volumes written by Mr Hubbard, but how I define it for me is that I write exactly how I want things to be. I write it in proevent time context and then I bring it into reality. I am all for making the world fit into my reality and not having to adjust to survive or to the ideas of others.
I have read some great biographies and short articles by some fantastic successes. What I foud in common was that they all are writing their own stories. They pay little attention to the discouragements and "advice" of those who would not like to see you succeed in life. There is just stuff that they want to do so they do it.
Well believe me, this stuff is like white lightning. But be warned, write down your ideal scene with a clear statement of hhow it is. Write it in the now. If you write it in the future presence, then it will stay in the future. It is written so right!
I spent the last three days touring the NSW Outback to visit some gold and copper mines. I met some very interesting and professional country people and they were very pleased to hear about our services. I took full advantage of this trip and brought Maureen and Liam along for the ride.
Our adventure took us across some geourgeous country side and we ended up at Nanny Kings house just in time to get inside before the storm hit.
This is the Rainbow that greeted us when we arrived.
Look forward to posting again shortly.
Cheers, Mike King.
PS. The Dish is Awesome at Parkes.