“When you hear things come out of your mouth or thoughts go through your head that sound like facts, you have to stop and catch yourself and remember, they’re not facts. They’re just opinions, perspectives and beliefs, and they can be changed.”~ Bashar, Channeled by Daryl Anka
Psychologists, self-help gurus, and spiritual figures alike have all been known to campaign the importance of how powerful our thoughts and beliefs are in relation to our experience of life.
Although they may say it in different ways, anyone who is a seasoned pursuer of personal development can begin to connect the dots between their different jargon and find the similar message they all share.
You may have heard psychologists who talk about the benefits of hypnotherapy in helping people break long patterns of addiction, law of attraction books that tell their readers “in order to create new outcomes, they must be willing to see their current outcomes in new ways,” or even spiritual teachers who urge humanity to take back their power by believing in their own power to create alongside the God inside of themselves vs. believing that they are a victim of circumstance and have no power to shape their reality.
What all these teachers are referring to in different ways is the importance of the subconscious mind and how it relates to our emotions, how we feel about reality based on what we believe about it, and how much more powerful our subconscious mind is in actually determining our day to day choices and our relationship to these choices.
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Words have Power- Quote Pic made by Nikki Sapp
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