Addressing our inner beliefs
It is most likely that the things we try to eliminate or overcome in our lives are outer effects of a rooted cause. Our inner thought patterns and beliefs.
“Most people do not see their beliefs, instead their beliefs tell them what to see”Matt Kahn
Before arguing this statement I want to bring to light: confirmation bias. The tendency to search, favor, and recall information in a way that confirms your prior beliefs and values. Selecting information that supports your own views and ignoring or sidelining the one that contradicts it.
We often aren’t aware of what life has to offer, but what our projections have to offer. To project is to assume that qualities/mindsets in others based on one’s own personality, and to paint and filter everything through your own experiences.
The human mind is powerful, we think something, act on it, bring forth an outer effect from that action we took, then have the save outer effect influence our thoughts again🔄
The aim of this post is to make one aware that we can grow outside of anything. Nothing in your life has to be permanent if you don’t want it to be. Your perception and past experiences aren’t what the whole world holds. Remember humility, remain teachable.
Beliefs have the power to create and the power to destroy. Human beings have the awesome ability to take any experience of their lives and create a meaning that disempowers them or one that can literally save their lives.Tony Robbins
You can always release what does not serve you.