Week 3 – The Great Architect

 Thanks to my Master Key System Guide Claes Wallenberg I’ve been refining my written DMP statement with the following quote in mind. The daily sits are not as easy for me as the first week. Probably because this weeks instructions include relaxing the body…. whenever I do, I tend to get sleepy.

This week I’m seeing links to the teachings of the Master Key System everywhere…. and…

“Accuracy in building words and sentences are the highest form of architect in civilization and is a passport to success”  – Charles F. Hannel

The Freemasons call the creator “The Great Architect Of The Universe”.  Charles F Hannel, Author of “The Master Key System”  was of Swedish descent. Haanel was also a Free Mason.

I recognize some Free Masonry influence in how he structured the last few pages of each of The Master Key System 24 Lessons. I believe Hannel meant for both the questions and answers of each test to committed to memory.

Freemasons teach their members to memorize both questions and answers. Then members are tested from time to time and this repetition helps builds good character and instill good habits. And the repetition of  Master Key Principles is one way to change your subconscious minds blueprint.

Hannel was a member of the Keystone Lodge No. 243, AF & AM, a 32nd degree Mason, and a Shriner – Noble in the Moolah Temple. It has also been stated that he was a member of the Society of Rosicrucians.

(I don’t know how Hannel was able to become a 32nd degree mason because he never held office and he let his membership lapse in November of 1935.

Haanel was initiated into the Keystone Lodge #243 in Webster Groves, St. Louis, on May 4, 1904 and by July 13th was a Master Mason. He also became a member of the Ancient Arabic Order of the Mystic Shrine on October 29, 1904. .

The Freemasons and Shriner’s practice charity. 100% of what they raise gets donated to those in need.

They are not like certain Arkansas Politico Foundations that take in Billions of dollars but their modus of operation is to hire a bunch of loyal staff members who are put on salary and given expense accounts that eat up 90% of the money so only 10% at best actually trickles down to those they claim to help.

Another charity that I really like is Kiva.org

Do you consider yourself to be a helpful person?

If yes, then please pay it forward… over and over and over again by loaning $25 or more to Kiva.org

Most charities take your donations and spend 90% on administration costs. Please consider some other options like the Freemasons and Shriners, or my another charity like…. Kiva.org

Do you what to know why I really like Kiva.org? Good… I’ll tell you.

It’s because they give hand-ups not hand-outs and any money you ‘loan’ them gets paid back into your account so you can re-loan it over and over and over again to small entrepreneurs with big dreams.

Cheers,

Steve (Ski) Shulenski

 

 

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3 thoughts on “Week 3 – The Great Architect

  1. Steve, thank You for Your honesty around the sit – I´m sure many members can relate to this and feel relieve not to be the only one.
    I have noticed that just a tiny bit of sleep deprivation quickly gets me in the same spot, while as soon as I get sufficient sleep at night the sit is a pure enjoyment.
    Have You observed something similar or is it´s just about the physical relaxation?

    Thanks also for sharing the historical data about Haanel and The Masons and Your thought on them, very interesting!

    Mahalo, I appreciate You!

    Peace // Claes

  2. Yes I noticed that to… Most days I’m in bed at 10pm and wake at 6am. The Master Key Experience is at 6am Mondays my time so I get up at 5am on Mondays to exercise for 20 minutes, take a shower and make a cup of coffee to have during the webinar. But for 2 to 3 days afterwards I’m sluggish until I make up for the sleep deprivation.

    Cheers,
    Steve

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