MKMMA Week 9: Free Will/Freedom and Pure Imagination

8 hours after publishing my previous post about my Week 8 of the MKMMA Experience, I was taking a shower, and the idea for a new game “came to mind.” (I’m going to ask my “clan” to play it after we all enjoy Thanksgiving dinner together this Thursday.) Then, less than 30 minutes later, while I was watching a CBS Dream Team show called “Game Changers,” my eyes caught the quote at the beginning of a Fiat commercial:

Mind, use your power.
Spirit, use your wings.
~ Pharrell Williams

I searched for that quote and found the music video below. But first, the lyrics, which are quite powerful.

La la la la la la la la la [x4]

Hold on to me
Don’t let me go
Who cares what they see?
Who cares what they know?

Your first name is Free
Last name is Dom
‘Cause you still believe
In where we are from

Man’s red flower
It’s in every living thing
Mind, use your power
Spirit, use your wings

Freedom! [x3]
Freedom [x3]

Hold on to me
Ooh don’t let me go
The cheetahs need to eat
Run antelope

Your first name is King
Last name is Dom
‘Cause you still believe
In everyone

When a baby first breathes
When night sees sunrise
When the whale hops the sea
When man recognizes

Freedom! [x3]
Freedom [x2]
Breathe in

We are from heat
The Electric one
Does it shock you to see,
He left us the sun?

The atoms in the air
Organisms in the sea
The Sun, and yes, man
Are made of the same things

Freedom! [x3]
Freedom [x5]

All this reMINDs me about MKS 8-6:

…the cultivation of the imagination leads to the development of
the ideal out of which your future will emerge.

And MKS 9-15:

…Visualization is a product of the imagination, and is therefore
a product of the subjective mind, the “world within.”
It therefore possesses vitality; it will grow.
The thing visualized will manifest itself in form.

And Subby just kept bringing it!  This morning, while Subby and I were surfing the ‘net in preparation to write this post, we found a spectacular and ultra-inspired video in which Josh Groban sings “Pure Imagination” (written by Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley for the 1971 movie Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory). But first, read the lyrics, so they’ll be “in mind” while you treat yourself to the eye+ear candy video below.

Come with me and you’ll be
In a world of pure imagination
Take a look and you’ll see
Into your imagination

We’ll begin with a spin
Traveling in the world
Of my creation
What we’ll see
Will defy explanation

If you want to view paradise
Simply look around and view it
Anything you want to, do it
Want to change the world?
There’s nothing to it

There is no life I know
To compare with
Pure imagination
Living there, you’ll be free
If you truly wish to be

If you want to see magic lands
Close your eyes and you will see one
Wanna be a dreamer? Be one
Any time you please,
And please save me one

Come with me and you’ll be
In a world of pure imagination
Take a look and you’ll see
Into your imagination

There is no place to go
To compare with
Your imagination
So go there to be free
If you truly wish to be

Living there you’ll be free
If you truly wish to be

 Wishing you a pure imagination day!

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7 thoughts on “MKMMA Week 9: Free Will/Freedom and Pure Imagination

    1. Thank YOU, Dre, for your comment, which helped ME understand and appreciate a new form of abundance in my life! And Happy Thanksgiving to you, too! What perfect timing for this holiday as I’m feeling extra-great and extra-grateful this year!

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    1. Yes, Jan, this IS fun! When our MKMMA Experience started, before we started writing our DMP, I simply hoped this experience would help me HAVE more fun in my life and also BE more fun-loving (because I’ve been too serious for too long). My hopes were fulfilled in only 6 weeks! That’s lightspeed compared to results I’ve achieved from other personal development courses. I think the exponential increase in speed is due to how holistic the MKMMA Experience is (using 7 ways we learn to awaken and sync up our mind, spirit/soul, and body).

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