The True You vs Your Belief System

Your beliefs do not reflect the True you. Look at the word “belief”. It contains the word “lie.” In addition, note the initials create the familiar BS we all prefer avoiding in life, yes?

Beliefs come with emotions attached. Emotions come from reacting to situations. Reacting means failing to take time to consider the situation in its many facets. Reactions repeat old behaviors from times past that seemed to mirror the current situation.

Feelings, on the other hand, reflect your Spirit’s neutral messages of what is in your highest good. That information is always 100% accurate and leads you to take action that moves you through the situation by responding with intelligence resulting another step forward in life.

Once you eliminate the beliefs that come along with emotions then you will finally know who you are.

Your belief systems are not yours at all. They embedded themselves in the youthful you before you had the ability to filter and screen out incoming information.

The little voice in your head, the one I call the Commentator—because it tells you about everything and everyone so you never actually pay attention directly to the something or the person—that voice comes from your ego seeking to maintain control by keeping you “safely” in your anything but comfortable comfort zone.

There is a reason your Belief System has the alias BS.

To live the life you and hers to live and do the things you want to do you want and need to connect directly with your True Self—your Higher Self, Spirit or Soul—whatever word you use.

The disconnect between you and the True You prevents you from living your dreams and knowing success in life—all across your life. Your #1 priority relationship is the one you have with you.

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7 Responses to The True You vs Your Belief System

  1. Joyce Hansen says:

    I was sitting down for this one, but didn’t expect it to rock my boat. What a great way to sum up the illusionary power of beliefs.

    • ajb says:

      Thank you, Joyce. I’ve been studying the brain and mind for many years. Coupled with my own brain injury experience and recovery (when the doctors said I would not get better) and working with clients as a specialized kinesiologist talking directly to the Spirit, all this information falls into place so perfectly.
      Learning how to communicate directly with your Higher Self (which talks to you all the time anyway–you just may not understand its languages yet) takes the struggle and guessing out of life. When you hear people say, “Go with the flow” they essentially mean bypass your ego mind and tune into the True You and follow your truth.

  2. Your belief system controls all your thoughts, and thoughts control your actions. The only way to get something different out of life is to DO something different, and to do that you have to start with your belief system

    • ajb says:

      Thank you for contributing to the conversation, Jeanne. There is a big difference e between what you know and what you believe. Some common beliefs that changed include:1-the Earth is the center of the Universe; 2-DNA is set and cannot be altered; 3-the body was not made to run a mile in under 4 minutes. The list goes on and on. Beliefs are made up by people and as times and circumstances change beliefs change too.
      What you know comes directly from your Spirit. Some people, until they learn how to communicate directly and constantly with the Higher Self, call those knowings intuition.
      Since intuition comes from your Spirit that information does not change nor does it carry an emotional charge.
      Definitely, to change yo want to create new programs that run in your subconscious mind. The mind is the most powerful computer on the planet. Just as ir lacks emotions yet solves an endless array of problems your mind functions the same way.

  3. This is a great distinction. The attached emotional charge TRICKS me into thinking my belief MUST be true. That’s why I’ve had so much trouble arguing them away with logic, because logic does nothing to trump emotion. But realizing that the emotion itself can be false/inappropriate/inaccurate or have nothing to do with the real event that spawned the belief but is just a conditioned response — that’s a game-changer.

    I’m going to be thinking about this one for a while. Thanks.

    • ajb says:

      Thanks for your comment. Seeing different wording makes it even more clear for me. The more ways I state this truth the easier it is for me incorporate it into my life so it sticks! just a matter of changing an old habit that never did serve me at all!

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