If we were to enter the inner theatre of our subconscious mind we would receive a sneak preview of the thoughts fueled by the script of beliefs that are projected out onto our reality. We would see the movie of the inner sanctum of what we believe as it casts our projections of what we hold tightly to be our personal truths.
This plays out on the stage of actors in the story of our life we hold beliefs about. For example, if we hold the belief all doctors are money grabbing , greedy people tied into big pharma, every time we see a doctor that is the belief we reflect. Even if someone assures us a certain doctor is always of service and really listens to each patient treated, we will not be convinced. If we believe all potential romantic partners start a relationship with us as saying the right words with supportive, sweet actions but after a period of time try to manipulate and control us, that is what we will perceive to be true!
However, if we were to choose to surrender our rigid, narrow minded thinking and those beliefs we have held onto for most of our lives, those very same people, situations, and experiences will be altered right along with the judgements we previously projected about each right before our very wide opened, amazed eyes!
If our thoughts are of hatred, we can be open and willing to change those thoughts to love. If our thoughts are of suspicious mistrust, we can be willing to change our thoughts to acceptance and compassion.
How is it possible to change beliefs we have claimed and owned , that long ago we set in stone? First, it will be necessary to be aware through intentions of willingness to see areas of our lives we have tried to improve but have remained stuck. When we write answers to open ended questions relating to various areas, such as I do not have enough money because______; when I am able to earn enough money, it always __________ we can begin to see what is sitting in our subconscious mind.
Try this exercise: Write beliefs in different areas such as prosperity, romance, friendships, career, health, etc. Spend time reflecting on the evidence if this belief is true or false. Determine if your belief is based upon an illusion or reality. Chances are many self limiting beliefs are not true.
Replace false beliefs with empowering statements. Example: “I have a few close friends I can always count on for support “replacing the disempowering statement of “ my friendships rarely last.” By seeing clear evidence of truth , we begin moving the new belief from our head to our heart. Write the new belief on paper and consciously affirm it to the mind. The longest distance is from the head where we intellectualize to the heart where we claim our personal truths.
Belief creations and subconscious programming of them are extremely powerful, and when we are willing to take the time that we absolutely deserve to check out and assess closely, we are giving ourselves the opportunity to surrender and re-create self limiting beliefs that block us from living the wonderful, content life we truly deserve.