reimagine me

I am who I believe I am

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reimagine me: I am who I believe I am

Many of our beliefs are supported by information we received from experiences and people important to us, that we failed to question at the time.

Like unquestioned commands, they tell us how things are, what’s possible and what’s impossible, what we can and cannot do. These beliefs or commands shape every action, every thought, and every feeling that we experience.

So, changing our belief systems is central to making any real and lasting change in our lives.

Once a belief is accepted and created, it becomes unquestioned commands to our nervous system and it has the power to expand or destroy the possibilities of our present and future.

If we want to direct our lives, then, we must take conscious control over our beliefs and in order to do that, we first need to understand what they really are and how they are formed.

If we associate enough pain to anything we’ll change.

The only reason we have a belief about something is that we’ve linked massive pain to not believing it or massive pleasure to keeping it alive.

Changing a Belief

  • Get your brain to associate massive pain to the old belief. You must feel deep in your gut that not only has this belief caused you pain in the past, but it’s costing you pleasure in the present and, ultimately, can only bring you pain in the future.
  • Then you must associate tremendous pleasure to the idea of adopting a new, empowering belief. This is the basic pattern that we’ll review again and again in creating change in our lives.
  • Change by questioning the belief. In fact, many of our beliefs are supported by information we’ve received from others that we failed to question at the time. If we scrutinize them, we may find that what we’ve unconsciously believed for years may be based on a false set of presupposition

From The Giant within by Tony Robbins


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