We run from a program that was developed by the time we were 6yrs of age, and unless you have done any mental work you probably haven’t upgraded your software to reflect your physical growth!
Beliefs are your software to your programming (the way you think, act, behave, perceive reality, the world, yourself, etc) and they can either help you grow in a positive way or they can sabotage you.
Whether you were supported, loved, abandoned, secure, or grew up in an unstable environment, we all have beliefs according to our individual experiences. Even your siblings who may have grown up in the same household with the same parents will have different beliefs to you.
The good news is that your B E L I E F S C A N B E C H A N G E D!
Recognizing and becoming aware of your beliefs around various aspects of life such as career, self worth, wealth, relationships, property, finances, goals, love, and self esteem, is a step toward changing your programming to reflect who you truly are and want to be/achieve.
One way of creating a change to this system is the use of affirmations. Affirmations are statements that you say to yourself on daily basis until it becomes truth.
Now let’s take a belief that some of you may relate to I am not good enough.
Some affirmations to change this into positive self worth.
- I approve of myself and feel great about myself
- I am a winner and I attract only success
- I am more than enough
- I am successful
- I value my self and all my efforts
- I deserve happiness and joy
- Outward results do not reflect my self worth or success
- I love and forgive myself
- I am proud of myself and all that I have accomplished.
By repeating one or some of these affirmations multiple times daily, and saying them with intention, your brain will replace these over your old ones and new beliefs will be created.
Affirmations also work well with tapping techniques (E.F.T, Kinesiology) and doing inner child work to release energy blocks and trauma in all levels of the self.
Remember your cells hear everything so be mindful of the thoughts you are constantly having and what you keep saying to yourself.