Beliefs can serve us, or they can hinder us. Challenge your mind and find some peace!
All of us have beliefs. There seems to be no avoiding that fact—and it’s hard to imagine what life would be like without them! But every belief, one way or another, is actually a limiting belief? Why? Because the moment you believe something, your ego-mind goes into high gear to latch onto that belief, and it looks for evidence to support the belief and disregards evidence that might contradict the belief.
Taken another way, you might phrase it as:
When you believe X, your ego-mind resists the possibility of Not X.”
In other words, by believing something, you inadvertently set yourself up to miss out on opportunities and possibilities that might exist in the presence of the opposite way of thinking! Pretty crazy, right?!
But Logic is a “Good Thing”, isn’t it? Well, yes, up to a point. It makes sense from the physical perspective to maintain a logical, systematic, rational, “left-brain” approach to life—and much of your life can benefit from this kind of approach. But what is the cost?
If you spend all your time in your logical brain, you end up denying yourself access to your more sensitive, emotional, creative, non-linear aspects—those parts of yourself that are often associated with oneness, intuition, compassion, wisdom, connection and a lot of other “non-logical” constructs.
In other words, if you restrict yourself to the confines of your logical mind—where your hard-coded beliefs tend to reside, by the way—then you bind yourself to a limited way of thinking and deny yourself access to a far more powerful and intuitive part of yourself. In essence, you end up keeping your Sage in a Cage!
Well, what if there is another way? Would you be interested in finding out about that?
You may recall in Alice in Wonderland a little scene in which Alice and the Queen were having a morning conversation about what’s possible and what isn’t. At one point the conversation went like this:
Alice laughed. “There’s no use trying,” she said; “one can’t believe impossible things.”
“I daresay you haven’t had much practice,” said the Queen. “When I was younger, I always did it for half an hour a day. Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.”
What a delightful idea! The Soul Talk Guys like it so much that they decided to devote a whole episode to it! So that’s precisely what they talk about in this week’s episode of Life Mastery TV. As Tommy & David see it, Believing the Impossible is a serious and highly valuable brain-stretching exercise, a powerful way of reconditioning old thoughts.
If you want to revitalize crabby ideas, or rejuvenate and reinvent some old stodgy beliefs, then check out the video as Tommy & David Believe the Impossible.
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