Does life work out as planned?

Victims no more!

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Once we start to accept our part in creating the life we live, many possibilities unfold. It may seem easier to blame and shame others, yet any sense of happiness from that doesn’t last. Looking into our own choices can help us try something different in the future.

the biology of belief

Continuing on from this week’s posts a short blurb.

When life does not work out as planned we rarely recognize that we were very likely contributing to our own disappointments. Since we are generally unaware of the influence of our own subconscious behaviors, we naturally perceive of our selves as victims of forces outside of us when things don’t work out as desired. Unfortunately, assuming the role of victim means that we assume we are powerless in manifesting our intentions. Nothing is further from the truth! The primary determinant in shaping the fate of our lives is the database of perceptions and beliefs programmed in our minds.

There are resources that help reprogram our minds.  Here is a list: https://www.brucelipton.com/other-resources#belief-change

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