Tuesday, May 1, 2012

How Do You Change Your Unconscious Beliefs?

Which happened to be the last question I left you with in a previous post.

You change your unconscious (subconscious) beliefs through the constant repetition of information.

All those subtle, and some not so subtle, movements that you make are the result of the constant repetition of information you received and continue to receive from the people you associate most with.

And by association I also include instant messaging like Mxit, BBM, and social networks like Twitter & Facebook & Pinterest into the equation.

All you are right now didn't come to you by chance, but by daily programming.

You tell your mind something long enough, it will come to accept it & remodel itself around it.

In fact, your mind will find ways to attract it.

Assumptions though false, if persisted in, will harden into fact
~ Neville Goddard

You adopt the lazy habits that your father has because you were programmed to.

You adopt the complaining habits that your mother has because you were programmed to.

You adopt the money habits of your big sister because you were programmed to.

You adopt the eating habits of your big brother because you were programmed to.

You adopt the spiritual habits of your aunts and uncles because you were programmed to.

You adopt the relationship habits of your grandmother and grandfather because, yes you guessed it, you were programmed to.

The information is received best by your mind through your five senses.

What you hear, see, taste, smell and touch on a continuous basis becomes accepted by your unconscious mind.

And it is here, in your unconscious mind, that you attract the circumstances, people and events into your life.

You attract not what you want but who you are
~ Dr. Wayne Dyer

So let's say you had an uncle you loved to bits who began buying and selling of company shares on the stock market, what is called trading, and in less than two months was a millionaire.

But one day he decided to take leave, but did not exit is trading position on the stock market.

He was still online.

When he comes back from leave he finds that he lost all the profits he had.

In his absence all the company shares that he was holding on to in the up trend went into a sudden down trend drop that lead him penny less.

Losing him money all the way down until his shares were worthless.

The uncle soon develops a sickness that gets him hospitalized only to pass away a week later.

Now you have a negative belief about the stock market deeply impressed on your mind.

To such an extent that you might even cook up a belief that too much money (or success) leads to a painful death.

Is that why you are limiting your success by self sabotaging your efforts?

Because you have linked success with pain?

Is that why you aren't as successful as you want to be right now?

Can something that happened so many years ago be the cause of my current results?

Do you think I was kidding you when I told you that your mind is so powerful that it is the creator your life?

“The only limits in your life are those that you set yourself.”
~ Celestine Chua

I love you.

Thank you.

~ Musawenkosi Tshoaele

2 comments:

Uplifting Quotes said...

I wanted to thank you for this great read!! I definitely enjoyed every little bit of it and I have you bookmarked to check out new stuff you post.

Musawenkosi Tshoaele said...

Had to re-read what I wrote and I must say, I am quite the writer :D
Thank you for you continued show of interest!