Want To Change What YOU Are Experiencing? - Change Your Beliefs


Your beliefs are the foundation that prompts you to interpret and understand your experiences.

Beliefs and thoughts create the world you experience.  If you don’t believe your beliefs and thoughts create what you experience than you don’t, which still means the first statement is true. 

Your beliefs, thoughts, feelings, words, and actions are all forms of energy. What you believe, think, feel, say, and do in each moment comes back to you to create your reality. Energy moves in a circle, so what goes around comes around. The combined beliefs, thoughts, feelings, words and actions of everyone on the planet creates our collective consciousness, it creates the world you see. 

The exciting news is, because your beliefs, thoughts, feelings, words and actions create the world around you, you have the power to create a world of peace, harmony and abundance. In order to do this, it is essential that you learn to be mindful of your beliefs, thoughts and emotions. Understanding the Universals Laws help you to do this.

“You will notice that those who speak most of prosperity, have it. Those who speak most of health, have it. Those who speak most of sickness, have it. Those who speak most of poverty, have it. It is Law. It can be no other way... The way you believe, think and feel is your point of attraction.

Thus, the Law of Attraction is most understood when you see yourself as a magnet getting more and more of the way you believe, think, and feel. 

When you believe in loneliness, you attract more loneliness. When you believe your fate is to be poor, you attract more poverty. When you believe sickness inevitable or genetic, you attract more sickness. When you choose unhappiness, you attract more unhappiness. When you feel healthy and vital and alive and prosperous—you attract more of all of those things.”  ~ Abraham

“People do not decide their futures they decide their habits, and their habits decide their future.” ~ Elon Musk

Your beliefs are the foundation that prompts you to interpret and understand your experiences.  A belief is what you accept as true, without question. That means you can expect that every day it will seem just as true as it was the day before. Your beliefs are deeply indoctrinated and conditioned in you, so you and particularly your team of protective inner selves, live your life around them, without thinking about them, questioning them or being aware of them.

As part of your overall belief system you may, as a small child, have developed unbalanced or negative beliefs about yourself, that actually helped you ‘fit in’ to your family environment by making sense of things that you experienced. Particularly things that would otherwise be difficult for you to live with. For example if, a small child is constantly ignored or neglected, one of his/her beliefs might be ‘I am not worthwhile’.

If this belief helped the child fit into a negative and unbalanced family situation then it was what they needed to believe, even if it was not true. Without false beliefs like these, the child may well have been neglected even more. However, once the child takes on the false negative belief they find they adapt and inner selves are created to help them become more acceptable and so appear to ‘fit in’ better in their family. This reinforces the belief and makes it seem even more ‘true’. The more the selves react for protect from that belief the more true it becomes.

The beliefs that helped you survive and fit into your childhood are unique for you and different from others (unless the toughest things you and I had to cope with were similar). If in childhood I was told I would be fail, a core belief might be ‘I can’t,’ I am not capable. This helps a child because it gives him/her a framework around which to survive, a ‘map of the world’ that helps the child cope with life and plan a future. Now I know what to expect in life and I can start learning how best to ’fit into’ my unbalanced family system.

Thus, your core beliefs as they took root in your first few years became a summary of the most basic convictions you make up about your self-worth, the kind of person you are, what will become of you as a result, your place in the family and the world and how you can expect others to treat you all your life.

Core beliefs like these are supported by the primary indoctrinated and conditioned inner self system. This means the beliefs grow stronger rather than weaker. One of the ways your beliefs grow is by helping make sense of your worst childhood experiences in the only way a small child can, by telling oneself that what went wrong was essentially one’s own fault. Even though this assumption was based on false information or false understandings set up in early childhood, it becomes more firmly established as the child matures and in adulthood. Today it may still shape and guide most of your life and the way you react to those around you. It also provides you with an unusual ‘gift’ in the way it motivates you to change your natural personality and adapt to become more like the person others want you to be.

These beliefs about yourself, which you hold on to so strongly also reflect your deepest vulnerability and pain and help to keep these locked within you.

Core beliefs resonate through your entire life

Your strongest inner selves, the polarized one-above ones, were created to help you live with your core beliefs but unfortunately while they were helping you live with a negative core belief these same selves in conjunction with your supporting beliefs were also making it seem as if that belief was and is true.

You are locked into automatic repetitive behavior patterns set up by your polarised selves certainly helped you cope with the pain of your unbalanced beliefs but they also created a binding situation. Learning to live with and constantly find better ways to cope with these false beliefs gave you no opportunity to discover ways to question them or to change them.

Instead what you and others learned for most of yours and their life (so far) was simply how to "channel all yours or their energy and resources towards dealing with these negative beliefs." (Nikki Nemerouf)

"Money, time, relationships, professional skills, family, everything has been reorganised so that it can be better used to distance me from my pain, my vulnerability and my fear of my negative beliefs getting any worse than they already are. In so doing I also distance myself from the love (or power or freedom or happiness or wealth or health or security or whatever it is) that I am so desperately seeking". (Nikki Nemerouf)

Your senses are so tied up, bound and distorted by the false belief that you cannot see the positive reality in front of you. You may even fight it when someone else shows you that these beliefs have a positive side, until you begin the process called balancing and transformation.

Unbalanced or negative beliefs seem to be connected in some way with your deepest thoughts or feelings about being:

• not good enough (incompetent)

• not good enough (unlovable)

• unwanted, different

• defective, imperfect, bad

• powerless, less than

• in danger, not safe

• don’t know, wrong

Within that broad belief pattern, however, are many different variations

Whatever your unbalanced beliefs are, they help to define your unique and individual core issues and these in turn control the way your inner selves react when those issues are triggered. It can be said that whatever your most negative core beliefs about yourself might be, that's the one your selves will tend most to "dance around” i.e. function and perceive the way life is.

There are hundreds of core issues and core beliefs, so you can expect that yours may be quite different from those held by the person next to you. Let’s look at four people who at first appear to have very similar issues and see how differently they react.

If ‘A’ has a 'not good enough' belief ‘It’s always my fault’ then whenever ‘A’ thinks she/he has made a mistake she/he will react by doing too many favors for other people to ‘make up’ for it.

On the other hand, ‘B’ has a not good enough belief ‘I can’t get it right’. For B this may mean failing to make decisions out of fear of making a wrong decision or doing nothing as the only sure way of avoiding rocking the boat.

‘C’ has a not good enough belief ‘I am wrong.' He/she might become a ‘one-above’ school teacher or police officer so that they can spend their days correcting others who are wrong while avoiding looking at his or her own issues.

Lastly, ‘D’ whose not good enough belief is ‘I am a mistake.’ Whichever way ‘D’ decides to deal with that false belief, will be connected to D’s deep seated feelings of shame. One way for the selves to block D’s shameful feelings is for them to help ‘D’ become very analytical or perhaps develop a strong ‘knower’ self that can argue convincingly to prove that ‘D’ is never ‘mistaken’ about anything.

Another possibility is that ‘D’ turns to drugs or alcohol to hide the shame of being a mistake. Of course that only compells ‘D’ to feel more of a mistake. And his/her life becomes a revolving door of alcoholism, rehab, relapse and  rehab, relapse and around and around. 

The good news is that of course these beliefs are not true. People simply act as if they are.

Examples of typical negative core beliefs

Not good enough (incompetent)

  • I am no good
  • I can’t get it right
  • I can’t make it work (klutz)
  • I can’t fix it
  • I am not good enough
  • I am unsuccessful
  • I’m not valuable
  • I am inferior
  • I am nothing
  • I am worthless
  • I am invisible
  • I am insignificant
  • Not good enough (unlovable)
  • I am not lovable
  • I am unacceptable
  • I am plain and dull
  • I am not special
  • I don’t matter
  • I am unworthy
  • I am not interesting enough

Don’t know, wrong

  • I don’t know
  • I get it wrong
  • I am usually wrong
  • I can’t understand
  • I’m not understood
  • I am in the wrong place
  • I am no good
  • I am a mistake
  • In danger or not safe
  • I’m not safe
  • I am afraid
  • I am uncertain
  • I am vulnerable
  • I am helpless

Unwanted, different

  • I don’t belong
  • I am unwanted
  • I am alone
  • I am unwelcome
  • I don’t fit in anywhere
  • I don’t exist
  • I’m nothing

I don’t need to be here at all

  • I’m not anybody
  • I am left out
  • I am unsuitable
  • I am uninteresting
  • I am unimportant
  • I don’t matter

Defective, imperfect, bad

  • It’s my fault
  • I am guilty
  • I am stupid
  • I am awkward
  • I am slow
  • I can’t be me
  • I’m not true
  • I’m dirty
  • I am ugly
  • I am fat
  • I’m shameful
  • I am bad
  • I am not whole
  • I am imperfect
  • I am unattractive
  • I am flawed
  • I am unclean
  • I am useless
  • I am crazy
  • I am a problem
  • I am out of control
  • I can’t make myself clear
  • I am mistaken
  • I am unbalanced
  • I will fail
  • I am a failure
  • I don’t deserve to be loved
  • I don’t deserve to be cared for
  • I don’t deserve anything
  • There’s something wrong with me

Powerless, one-below

  • I can’t do it
  • I can’t
  • I am a victim
  • I am weak
  • I am powerless
  • I am a failure
  • I am ineffective
  • I don’t have any choice
  • I am less than
  • I am helpless and hopeless
  • I usually finish last
  • I am usually number two
  • I am usually one-below
  • I can’t stand up for myself
  • I am inferior
  • I am a loser
  • I am inadequate
  • I can’t say ‘no’
  • I am a klutz (awkward)
  • I am a schmuk (unsophisticated)

What to do about it

If you have read the books, taken workshops, had​ psychic readings,​ taken prescriptions and OTC drugs etc. and still struggle; you might have emotional blocks preventing you from moving into your happiness and desires. 

The good news is you can heal the emotional wounds that prompted you to create the aforementioned or similar beliefs to cope with an unbalanced family dynamic—toxic, physical abuse, sexual abuse or domestic violent family.   

“Until you heal the wounds of your past, you are going to bleed. You can bandage he bleeding ith food, with alcohol, with drugs, with work, with cigarettes, with sex; But eventually, it will all ooze through and stain your life. You need to find the strength to open the wounds, stick your hands inside, pull out the core of the pain that is holding you in your past, the memories and make peace with them." - Iyanla Vanzant

Mental/emotional healing at the unconscious and soul level—a.k.a. Deep Healing is the most effective healing process. Deep Healing pro​tocols​ focus on locating and releasing the hidden reasons for physical, mental, emotional and spiritual pain and symptoms before they show up as a diagnosis or through medical tests.

Thus, this rapid uncovering, discovering, and releasing the root cause of pain and illness transforms the cause rather than treating symptoms.  This unique blend of ancient healing ​protocols​, modern discoveries from Physics and NeuroScience, combined with ​a ​timeless, profoundly effective modality known as Biofield​ Deep Healing has been practiced since humans have inhabited this planet. 

This moment is the first moment of the rest of your life.

What is holding you back? What is stopping you from creating the life you desire and deserve? 

Are you willing to take the steps required to claim your happiness, success, fulfillment, and enlightenment? Will you take advantage of the opportunity to create a new reality for your life? 

​​It's time to SHIFT and get prepared for what's coming up for your life... so I want you to put your heart and soul into paying close attention to how much mental, emotional and physical pain you are in. Then, step by step you can make the SHIFT gently, easily, and without having to deal with the mental and emotional pain and stress of not knowing what to do, not feeling your best, and all the other OLD WAYS that are holding you back.