The Magic of Believing

March 10, 2010

Aside from the laws of science, our lives are largely a result of what we believe.

Today I’m going to talk a little bit more about belief habits.

Belief is a very subtle yet fundamental part of who we are, and what we do, what we have, and generally what our life is like. They shape everything we have, and don’t have in our lives. The phenomenal thing about them is that they literally can be changed just like any other habit.

The best thing about this, is that with the correct belief system we practically achieve anything. Aside from the laws of science, we largely live in a belief driven world, where people do certain things not because they are the best way, but normally because that is the only way their belief system looks at a problem.

It is with this that I am announcing the next habit to be built. A belief habit. Now you might be wondering how you consciously change a belief. The idea is quite simple. Think and feel what it would be like to have the life that the chosen belief would allow, and do it continuously.

You will normally be able to tell when your new belief is kicking in because you’ll feel something, either good or bad. So its important to feel good, and try to be aware of what you’re feeling at certain times during the day. The idea then is to continuously hold a given belief in your awareness, so that you begin feeling good about what the new belief will allow.

This method can be used on literally any area you’d like to change. But, the crux is that this must be done continuously for about 30 days. If you skip a day, its back to square one. Now although this sounds difficult, I would argue that it truly feels great.

To begin with, try it, on just one belief, for 30 days. This may be more money, more friends, better relationships or health. The principle is very simple, but you must consciously choose to believe that, and let go of all the reasons why you can’t have what you want to believe.

This approach is a inside out approach. What you’ll probably find is that after a few weeks of choosing this particular belief, you will begin to see opportunities that you never saw before. If you want a particular new car, you’ll probably begin to notice them all over the place, or in a hind sight approach, have you ever bought a car, and suddenly realise how many of the same car are around. That is a belief, which you have unconsciously taken on.

So, think about just one belief which you would like to have, and understand that our mind really has more power than we can imagine. It will return anything that is planted in it, all we need to do is choose what we thoughts and beliefs we want, and focus on believing them.

Test it. Choose one thing you’d like to change, write it down a small card, and look at it at least twice a day, before you go to bed, and before you get up, take a few moments to really feel what it would like to have that life you’re imagining, and just sit in it for a bit. This requires a bit of imagination on your part, but one I’ve found is that I feel great after it, for most of the day. Its important you put yourself in the picture and literally fantasize about it. You’ll know when you’re getting that belief into your subconcious when this kind of fuzzy feeling comes about in your stomach, similar to that which you get when falling in love. It should feel similar.

Then relax, and go about your day. If you notice you’re not feeling too good, then just take a few moments and do the same thing. Trust me, it works. Also you’ll probably have more energy, and feel like doing something more than you normally would, or begin to feel a lot more cheerful. That’s when you’ll know the belief is sinking in. Just keep that up for 30 continuous days and things will begin to happen, opportunities will begin to come about that will help you achieve the thing you’ve written down.

So, for 30 days, do your best.

Its also important to keep inspired that this really does work, so here are a few books worth reading to understand how this works:

“The Greatest Networker in the World”  be John Milton Fogg, “Think and Grow Rich” by Napoleon Hill, “The Attractor Factor” by Joe Vitale (if you want absolute proof it works read this one).

Hope you enjoyed reading,

AC out.


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