What we believe in, and what we accept to be correct and true; is what determines whether we succeed or fail at the goals we set for ourselves.
The Beliefs We Hold About Ourselves
Our mental make up is the sacred stone our entire being depends on for survival. When this is relentlessly attacked, we find it nigh on impossible to recover; unless we have set up some sort of defence.
This defence, is a mental barrier that gives us the ability to wade off any incoming strikes from evil perpetrators. Or as I and many others love to call them – ‘energy vampires’.
Simply put, it’s what we believe about ourselves that determines whether we ‘survive’ or not.
[blockquote sign=”David Johnson Oragui”]How can one succeed when they don’t believe in themselves? Why should people believe in me, have faith in me and trust me – when I can’t do so for myself? What reason have I presented to them in order to obtain that belief or trust?[/blockquote]
These are the kind of questions I would ask myself in the past to reason and argue with my negative self. They enable me to look at my situation many times over, searching for another route to overcome what’s in front of me.
Most of us gain new beliefs from our environment. Our environment is like a viral network of interconnected hotspots that constantly feed us information. The media, our schools, parents and our friendship groups in particular, swap and share an infinite amount of beliefs, concepts and ideas every single day.
By the age of 14, 98% of children develop a negative self-image.That is a monstrous figure, unfortunately it isn’t positive at all. In my opinion, it is the television icons, music artists, entertainment industry magazines and the social networks that unintentionally promote a negative self-image.
Social networks are now more about ‘who has more friends‘ and interactions, rather than about genuinely connecting people. People are beginning to discredit the validity and happiness of a relationship, unless pictures are plastered in front of Facebook and Instagram.
Magazines are perceived to be less about providing useful, quality information, but instead making others feel physically inferior by showing perfect – sometimes unattainable figures of popular celebrities and models. It’s a case of ‘negative motivation’. Fact of the matter, it’s also partly our fault for this. For believing the hype and letting it spread like a plague. We have ended up creating the society that we have today.
Negativity breeds from negativity. Consuming huge amounts of material, especially if it’s wholly negative will drive your mind into a negative whirlpool. This is where thoughts such as; “I can’t do it”, “I’m not good enough”, “but what will they think?”, “why don’t they like me?” comes from.
Limiting Beliefs vs. Empowering Beliefs
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A lot of successful people started off with negative belief systems, but took the decision to change them. They didn’t want to change their mental states just because it didn’t feel right, but because a negative belief system simply brought about no benefit; mentally or otherwise.
Empowering Beliefs Are The Right Beliefs
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Here’s what you’ll get inside:
10-part balanced life course, solving the most difficult problems that threatens the stability of our mental health.
My personal story, sharing details on how I changed my belief system and the impact it has had on my life up till now.
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