MKE Lesson 13–The Future You

Have you ever wondered what your “Future You” will be like? In this blog let’s look at: (a) who is the “future you”, (b) how you’re building your future self now. (c) What you want for your future you?

Who is the “future you”? Is it a person who has changed the way they behave, think and do so that others see them as a totally different person? The “future you” is a mirror image of you, except older, more gray hair and for some people a lot less weight.

According to Milena Rangelov (a researcher, engineer, and scientist) who has done study on the topic discovered our “future you” is being built at this very moment. When we think about it in that way it helps us to put our choices, actions, behaviors  and habits in the right perspective or in harmony with the world within. For example, feeling apathetic, not wanting to vacuum the house or even do anything but be a coach potato is a choice you might make if you are sad or depressed. Then you flash on your “future you” and realize that she would probably enjoy walking into a clean house. Using your water pick & going to the dentist is usually not something anyone gets charged up to do but then you think about your “future you” and you are sure she would appreciate healthy teeth instead of false teeth. Doing Zumba, getting all your muscles moving and your heart beating faster is necessary for weight loss and being more healthy,which I am sure your “future you” would benefit from by giving her more energy and no risk of sugar diabetes or extra weight to deal with. Being particular about what you eat, no GMO’s and eating organic foods as much as possible is important to become physically fit. I’m sure this would put a smile on your “future you”, knowing that she has been programmed to eat healthy. Remembering too that the seeds you are planting today will sprout for your “future you”. Another way to put it is the choices you make now definitely has an effect on your “future you”. The mess you make today, your “future you” will have to clean up or make radical changes. Everything you do now contributes to the new life and contentment of your “future you”.

Now what do you want for your “future you”? One way to look at this question is check out how your subconscious works on things for you every day. For example, your subconscious works on your dreams & desires by manifesting the resources for them when you need them. The subconscious weaves what you do daily to set your self up for success into your thought processes, through your definite major purpose and your personal pivotal needs. Maybe it is taking an on-line class called the Master Key Experience or joining a book club that stimulates your brain cells which is already creating the future you. Perhaps it is learning the habit of persistence and not giving up once you chose to begin something, which is a useful tool for the “future you”. Maybe learning you can do anything you put your mind to or you can be what you will to be, which are all great affirmations for your “future you” to grab hold of.
In closing is a poem by Dale Wimbrow, which gives us a visual of who our “future you” truly is. It is called The Gal in the Glass.
When you get what you want in your struggle for pelf and the world makes you Queen for a day. Then go to the mirror and look at yourself and see what that gal has to say.
For it isn’t your Father, Mother or Partner for life, whose judgement upon you must pass. The person whose verdict counts most in your life is the gal staring back from the glass.
She’s the gal to please, never mind all the rest. For she’s with you clear up to the end. You’ve passed your most dangerous and difficult test if the gal in the glass is your friend.
You may be like Jack Homer and “chisel” a plum and think you’re a wonderful gal. But the gal in the glass says you’re only a bum, if you can’t look her straight in the eye.
You can fool the whole world down the pathway of years and get pats on the back as you pass. But your final reward will be heartaches and tears if you’ve cheated the gal in the glass.

I hope through this blog you have realized the importance of your “future you” and that you will take care of you and love you as you grow to love her.


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