The light bulb of change is finally on.
I now recognize the impact my many beliefs have on how I actually feel and behave.
What I Believe about a situation has a direct influence about howI progress within that event. In the same way, what I believe about another person directly and indirectly affects how I relate to that person. Not forgetting, my own beliefs about myselfinfluence how I perform.
However, what is also clear is that, if I can choose to see a situation differently, I have the power to do so – life-changing fact.
Beliefs are extremely important and influential when we relate to each other. We tend to compartmentalize people and place them in certain categories based on the assumptions we create about them. Also, when our opinions change about someone, we tend to see them differently, often in a better light.
Importantly, my beliefs about myself has a direct connection to my level of confidence. Whether I am beginning a new project, attending a social event, or experiencing changes in a personal relationship, how my life progresses is largely linked to what I think and feel about myself. And now I’m mindful about how blessed I am to be able to change my belief about anything, including myself. When I deeply got this fact, it was truly life-changing.
Understanding I can change whatever my beliefs are brings a sense of empowerment. Inside myself, I make a decision about what I think is true. But if I observe factors that do not coincide with my beliefs, I change how I view other people and situations based on this new information.
Today, I plan to embrace my power to change my beliefs.I can alter those beliefs that ultimately result in less than ideal situations, relationships, or behavior.
Three important Self-Reflection Questions:
- Do I really have the power to change what I believe?
- Are there particular assumptions that hinder me?
- How could the happiness in my life increase if I only embraced the fact that I can change my beliefs?
To Being your best version