The wonder of free will is that we are free to choose what we wish to experience. (Though, be careful what you ask for because when you get it, it may not be what you wanted, and there are natural consequences, positive and negative for those choices.)
Even not making a choice is making a choice.
And if you don’t believe in free will, then that is the experience you get. A life where free will seems like a pipe dream.
As mentioned, what you experience comes down to what your personal beliefs are which forms our belief system.
Most people go their entire life with their belief system intact. In fact, once they reach a certain age, they seem to become entrenched in it.
But what if you want to change your belief system?
What if you’ve said: I’ve had enough of this current reality. What can I do to change it?
It is a fact that many people will complain and moan about how badly their life sucks, but are unwilling to listen to any potential solution.
So before you go ahead and change things, ask yourself: Am I happy with the way things are? Do I really want to change anything?
For most people, the answer will be no, not yet. Let’s just see where this goes, and a surprising amount of people, who say they hate their lives, will say just that.
But if you are fed up with everything, are no longer having fun, and you’ve reached the point where you’d rather not be here, then it’s more than likely time to change your reality.
Now, there are courses out there which specialize in teaching you this. They will happily take thousands of dollars from you and complicate something that is actually very simple: In fact, so incredibly simple that most people dismiss it as not being possible.
Those courses are padded out and come up with complicated techniques that, in the end, rarely work because, for the average person, it’s just too much work.
I am not going to charge anyone for this knowledge. I am going to freely share it.
But does it work?
In my own experience, it works very well.
If you want to change your belief system, you first must know what it is.
It is difficult to change something when you aren’t aware of what you want to change.
The trick to this is to try catching those seemingly random thoughts that flit through your mind all the time.
These thoughts may be anything, but they tend to repeat themselves.
Examples might be:
- All men are bastards
- I don’t see a point to this.
- I’m so tired.
- What’s the use?
- I’m so miserable.
- I can’t afford this.
- All women are bitches.
Well, you get the point.
As I said, these are the thoughts that come to your mind when you are not thinking of anything in particular. When you feel tired and worn out.
Those thoughts are the basis of your belief system: The thoughts behind the thoughts.
And while it should be noted that while such thoughts can be sent by other sources, if feels true to you, then it is true.
And that’s what you should make a note of.
Spend a few days with a notepad or recorder and anything you catch one, write it down or record it.
Once you have done that, it will be time to move onto the next stage.
Next: Changing your belief system – Part 2.
- Creating our reality series: Is our belief system all that is? or Astral versus the third dimension. (areyouanempath.com)
- Creating our reality series: I think, therefore I am or I am, therefore I think. (areyouanempath.com)
- Creating our reality series: This is a world of illusions… or is it? (areyouanempath.com)
- What are your Beliefs? (thrujimseyes.wordpress.com)
- The world is full of voices telling us different things. – Listen to the right messages. (eagleman6788.wordpress.com)
- Believe vs understanding (2attract.wordpress.com)