Beliefs and self-worth
If I told you that you can have emotional freedom – would you believe me?
You can have both because having both is simply a choice. But you’re unlikely to ‘believe’ me because your beliefs and experiences of life tell you otherwise.
Our lives are run by our own private belief system.
We each live our own version of reality and our beliefs about ourselves and life, determine how we feel. Our beliefs are generated by intense emotions and our emotions create our life.
I’m now going to share with you a very simple and a little known secret – the key to happiness lies within our beliefs.
Everyone has a belief system. Some beliefs are conscious and we know about them. (Our conscious belief system has huge power). And some of our beliefs are in our subconscious mind.
These beliefs are ‘reactive’ – bouncing-off-walls type of reactive – and they too, are very powerful indeed. These subconscious beliefs are the default system that run our life and they can play havoc with our emotions.
How we feel is everything. Whether we like it or not, emotions are the creative power: they are the rocket fuel of manifestation.
Put another way; our emotions are the cause and our experience/manifestation is the effect.
From people who teach visualization techniques to overcome serious illness to motivational speakers, the word is out. Whatever you want to achieve – Feel it First!
The mysterious law of the universe works whether you are aware of it or not; whether you believe it or not.
And whether you’re aware of it or not, your emotional state always has and always will have, a profound effect on what happens in your life.
Our belief system (how we view ourselves and life) controls our emotions and reflects our feelings of self-worth – or rather the lack of it. If we believe we’re not good enough, it’s not possible for us to have any feelings of value or worth.
The choices you make and the actions you take when you’re afraid lead you down a very different road from the choices and actions you take when you’re happy.
Even though our beliefs live in our subconscious mind, it is possible to bring them to the surface where they can be recognised and therefore changed.
It is possible to achieve emotional freedom, release ill-serving beliefs and live a life that’s rich with meaning. It all starts with choice – everything does.
The very best way to develop your self worth is to focus on this for a constant 30 days… this is enough to change your habit patterns and for you to get results.
It you would like to try this… Click here to find out more about how much you can change in just 30 days.