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Visualisation, changing core beliefs and LOA

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I have been writing books and training courses that tap into core beliefs and how to disrupt negative thoughts and emotions and how to learn to love yourself.

 

In case you don't know:

Core beliefs are stories that we created because of lack of something in our childhood. We created these because they protected us somehow. That core belief could be we are not worthy, no one loves me etc. These are running in the subconscious. The subconscious only knows what we feed it, it can't determine right or wrong, so it thinks these stories are true and we go through life with the subconscious trying to prove these stories are true. For example: if we feel we don't deserve to be loved our thoughts and feelings will push us towards an action of not asking someone we like out or making excuses not to date, or pushing people away. It's different for everyone. We all have different core beliefs and they filter how we see the world.

 

The reason I mention this is the subconscious is fertile ground, which means you can change your core beliefs. Now I believe the first step is to be conscious of what these are. But can you use the subconscious to program a new, healthier core belief? The subconscious would then look for ways to make the new pattern happen. Similar to the way you can re-program your brain to be happy. I think you can.....

 

These are the three steps I am going to take over the next 30 days to change my core beliefs.

1. Write it down in as much detail as possible. Not the new core belief (let's bypass that and change what I want my life to be). What is it I want to change. What does the future look like, feel like, taste like when that new thing is happening in my life?

2. Draw it in a picture that I can see every morning (stick figures are fine)

3. Visual, visualise, visualise. This is what top athletes do, so why not me. I know that there is going to be some fear that comes up, but if I follow the programming of my body and sit in a pose that makes me happy and continue to do this everyday, then my brain can only follow. I am going to do this for 3 - 5 minutes every evening before I go to bed.

4. Meditate. This is an extra one I know, but if I am clearing my energy centres and listen to the whispers of my higher consciousness then I work with that to make this happen

 

I'll be keeping a diary and will keep you posted. Wish me luck.

I have been writing books and training courses that tap into core beliefs and how to disrupt negative thoughts and emotions and how to learn to love yourself.

In case you don't know:

Core beliefs are stories that we created because of lack of something in our childhood. We created these because they protected us somehow. That core belief could be we are not worthy, no one loves me etc. These are running in the subconscious. The subconscious only knows what we feed it, it can't determine right or wrong, so it thinks these stories are true and we go through life with the subconscious trying to prove these stories are true. For example: if we feel we don't deserve to be loved our thoughts and feelings will push us towards an action of not asking someone we like out or making excuses not to date, or pushing people away. It's different for everyone. We all have different core beliefs and they filter how we see the world.

The reason I mention this is the subconscious is fertile ground, which means you can change your core beliefs. Now I believe the first step is to be conscious of what these are. But can you use the subconscious to program a new, healthier core belief? The subconscious would then look for ways to make the new pattern happen. Similar to the way you can re-program your brain to be happy. I think you can.....

These are the three steps I am going to take over the next 30 days to change my core beliefs.

1. Write it down in as much detail as possible. Not the new core belief (let's bypass that and change what I want my life to be). What is it I want to change. What does the future look like, feel like, taste like when that new thing is happening in my life?

2. Draw it in a picture that I can see every morning (stick figures are fine)

3. Visual, visualise, visualise. This is what top athletes do, so why not me. I know that there is going to be some fear that comes up, but if I follow the programming of my body and sit in a pose that makes me happy and continue to do this everyday, then my brain can only follow. I am going to do this for 3 - 5 minutes every evening before I go to bed.

4. Meditate. This is an extra one I know, but if I am clearing my energy centres and listen to the whispers of my higher consciousness then I work with that to make this happen

I'll be keeping a diary and will keep you posted. Wish me luck.

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