You can change your beliefs.
Yes, even those deeply ingrained and limiting beliefs can be transformed if you are willing to engage in a meaningful dialogue with your subconscious mind.
Your Subconscious Is Good At Its Job
Your subconscious mind communicates exclusively through feelings, and its primary function is to identify threats to ensure your safety. It triggers the fight-or-flight response at the slightest hint of immediate danger, a state commonly known as “stress.”
When faced with imminent peril, stress serves a purpose as it prepares you to fight or flee, boosting your chances of survival.
Sometimes Too Good
However, limiting beliefs are the ones that trigger fight-or-flight responses when there is no immediate danger. In such situations, people may tell you to “calm down,” “stop overreacting,” or “quit being so emotional.”
While their choice of words may not have been ideal, they were essentially conveying that you were responding as if you were in immediate danger, when, in their perception, you were not. Stress in situations where the threat is not imminent serves as an unnecessary obstacle to the experiences you genuinely desire.
Beliefs Are Persistent
Limiting beliefs cannot be simply wished away or talked out of existence, despite what positive affirmations may promise. They will not disappear even when you achieve successful results or accomplish your desires.
Deep down, you already know this. It’s why you may have felt lonely despite being surrounded by people who love you, unsuccessful despite having a comfortable financial situation, or unattractive even after regular exercise.
Why is that?
Because your beliefs were imprinted upon you during your childhood, and they reside in the depths of your subconscious mind.
Different Beliefs Are Always Possible
If you had the ability to consciously select your beliefs, you would undoubtedly choose different ones. And if changing beliefs were an effortless task, you would have already shed those limiting beliefs long ago.
But by engaging in a sincere and intentional dialogue with your subconscious mind, you can unravel and rewrite those limiting beliefs that hold you back.
All it requires is a commitment to self-exploration, inner reflection, and conscious awareness.
Remember, your beliefs are not set in stone. They are malleable and subject to change.
The road to personal transformation begins with the understanding that change is possible, and you have the power to manifest it.