Friday, September 14, 2012

What You Belief (Incorrectly) Will Become You (Incorrect) Reality

"Whether you think you or you think you can't, either way you are right."
~ Henry Ford

What you believe will become your reality.

As in if you believe you can sleep on a bed of nails and live to tell the tale then that will be your reality.

If you believe you can walk bare foot on fire without getting severe 3rd degree burns then you won't.

If you believe bad things happen to you then they will.

If you believe you won't get a better for you then you won't.

If you believe you always get sick at the beginning of summer then you will.

If you believe you'll never get the right partner because something bad has to happen for you guys to break up, then thy will be done.

If you believe men are perverts then they will be.

If you believe women are slow drivers then they will be.

All this is based on your past experiences (valid or not) stored in memory bank of your mind.

Yes, I am hinting at how you could be basing your life decisions on a false memory.

Something Neale Donald Walsch goes to great length to explain in When Everything Changes, Change Everything.

You attract what you believe.

But I think it goes way deeper than attract what you know.

When you know things are a certain way for you because they've always been like that, then they will be.

You are the cause of what you are experiencing, not chance or an outside force.

“You need to take one hundred percent responsibility for your life.”
~ Jack Canfield, co-author of the bestselling The Success Principles: How to Get from Where You Are to Where You Want to Be

Things aren't the way they are for you just because "that how things are."


Things are the way they are for you because you believe it so.

You are what you believe.

You attract what you are.

So when you change your belief, you change your reality.

Just like how you believe will sleeping on a bed of nails or walking on fire won't do you harm, what you believe, what you know, is what you will experience.

You come to know something when it has reached your unconscious mind.

A part of your mind which is not easily accessible…

…but can be influenced by the right kind of suggestions .

Thank you.

I love you.

~ Musawenkosi Tshoaele

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