Master Key Experience: Week 1 – What did I get myself into?

UPDATED September 26, 2017


Master Key Experience


We had our first weekly seminar, today. The webinar was scheduled from 4:00 pm to 6:30 pm. Yes, it went every minute of that and maybe a bit more. After it was over, Mark J opened up the webby for questions. He said we could leave if we wanted to. I stayed around for most of the “overtime” session.


All I can say is wow! There was so much information given. Some of it was very interesting and some of it was just going over the stuff that we had heard before.


One of the things that we are supposed to do is to read the first section of the Master Key book. They provided a pdf file that we can download and print out. I did that. It was about a half a dozen pages. I read the 6 pages of material. I have no idea how long it took. It is very difficult reading … for me anyway.


Here is an example of what the reading is like:


The world without is a reflection of the world within. What appears without is what has been found within. In the world within may be found infinite Wisdom, infinite Power, infinite Supply of all that is necessary, waiting for unfoldment, development, and expression. If we recognize these potentialities in the world within they will take form in the world without.”

Within, without, without, within. I don’t know. I read that several times before I think that I understood what was being said. Some of the other parts were fairly easy to understand, but a lot of it was just like that passage.


We’re also supposed to be reading the classic book called, “The Greatest Salesman in the World” by Og Mandino. I’ve read that book before and it was much easier to read than this Master Key book.


They gave us two assignments for the week. The first is to write a blog post, by this Thursday. That’s what this is. The other thing that we have to is to write a DMP. Great another acronym. A DMP is Definite Major Purpose. From what I gather, we’re supposed to write up to 400 words about what we think we want our lives to be like in the future. It’s not a list of goals. It’s would be more like a vision of your life. They said it was like writing the script of an autobiographical movie. Sounds easy enough, right?


The problem that I’ll have with that assignment is that I have no real idea of what I want my life to be like.


I used to have an idea, but my life has been turned upside down so many times in the past few years, that I don’t know what I want anymore. Am I supposed to write about what I want for me … just for me. Do I include things that I want for my children? I’m not really sure.


They told us that they weren’t going to give us any examples of a DMP as a guide. They said that people would just substitute in their own stuff for what was listed in the example. That may be true.


This DMP assignment is due by Thursday and I have no idea what to write. I’ll update this article if I figure out what to write.


They talked about pricing today, too. Pricing is a misnomer, or so they say. It’s how much we want to pay for next year’s class? Sounds a lot like I’m paying for the course, but I’m not. During the prelaunch period, Mark J talked about the “donations” being the price of a couple of lattes per week. I don’t drink coffee so I have no idea what they cost. If they’re $3.00, that would be about $6.00 per week or $24.00 per month. Well, at today’s webinar, they changed that to 3 lattes for a couple, per week. Does that mean that they want $18.00 per week or $72.00 per month? Will it be higher the next time they mention pricing … uh … uh … “donations.”


It could be worth $72.00 per month, who knows? I just wish someone would say how much it’s going to be.


From what Mark J said, there are over 600 people registered for the course. If they want $72.00 per month from all of those people, that would be some nice coinage. That would be over $43,000 per month. That’s some nice compensation for Mark J and his staff. I can see why he does this. The cool thing is that he makes it seem like he’s doing everyone a favor with the whole scholarship thing. Why didn’t I think of that?


Now for the bad news.


We’re required to blog about our experiences in this course. I’m assuming that someone from the staff will be reading this post. What are the odds that they let me stay in the program? I’m just trying to give my honest impressions.


I’ve been following Mark J for many years and this is the first time that I’ve gotten involved in any of his courses. He has several that I know about. Go90Grow is one that comes to mind. He seems like a nice enough guy. He seems like he is interested in really helping people. I hope he is what he seems to be!


Those are my first impressions of the Master Key Experience course. We’ll see if I am being too skeptical or not.




One of the big assignments this week was to write our DMP.  That’s the Definite Major Purpose.  I had no idea of what to write or how to write it.  My mind is usually going a mile a minute and I don’t have a lot of time to sit and ponder the universe or my life.  What I did was to sit and consciously slow down my brain.  I was able to get a few insights into what I really want in my life.  It took about 15 minutes to write it all down and I did come in just under the 400 words maximum.  That’s the good news.  The bad news is that they are going to have someone go over it and make suggestions to get the language right.  We’re supposed to read this out loud, to ourselves 3 times per day and we need to have the language be right to make the maximum impact on our subconscious mind.  I’ll keep telling myself that they aren’t critiquing it.




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