What You Believe, You will Achieve

I hope you’re reading this because you’re in need of a stress cure. You are reading this article on a blog that deals with psychological topics. Anxiety is a problem that is very widespread. This is not just a trend in American or Western Europe. This is true across the board.

What country you reside in doesn’t matter. It doesn’t care how much money you’ve got or how little money. If you were raised wealthy or poor, it doesn’t matter. What you look like doesn’t matter. Anxiety is a modern-day that makes people feel useless and helpless. It does not know any limits.

The good news is that our experience is ultimately mirrored in fear. It can be mostly environmental, depending on your genetic makeup or genetic predisposition. In other words, in how nervous you are, what you choose to feel about your life and who you are, what you are capable of, and where you go play a major role. That’s how relevant the sentences are.

Sadly, there are many people who are too eager to give up this energy. It’s too frightening It is safer and more comforting to believe that we are born anyway, somehow, or not. Either we are born or we are not happy.

If we’re actually depressed, it’s just because we’ve been born that way and it’s really hard luck. The best we can do is to cope with our problems psychologically and try to make ourselves as comfortable as possible, but we can do nothing drastic to improve our condition. The die has been cast and our stars have been set.

Believe it or not, a lot of people are feeling at ease. How is it? This exempts them from taking ownership of their life and doing something about it. It’s that easy really.

Unless you feel that somehow, beings or powers outside your influence are already predestining and putting your future in place, you don’t have to do anything now. It’s already done after all. It is a contract that has been concluded. What are you going to do? You’re too little. You’re just too soft. You’re so impotent.

I know that I know that sounds pessimistic. The question, though, is that people draw not little relief from this. We think I don’t have to bother, because all of these are predetermined, much less take responsibility and full ownership of my future.

That’s what they’re running away from because it’s frightening to take responsibility because when you take responsibility, you’re telling yourself, “I may not have wanted the kind of life I’ve got but I’m responsible for changing it into the future I want for myself.” This needs to be planned. It calls for commitment. This means at least going against the things you’ve done before. You’ll have to change that.

The fear of people is growing. It’s in the human DNA hardwired. It’s part of the human condition and that’s why people think things are unchangeable.

If you choose what you believe, do not make any mistake, you end up having a different kind of truth. How is this going to work? You change how you interpret the things you pick up from experience when you change your belief system. This then leads to different choices.

For instance, if you find a beautiful Mercedes and tell you your old patterns of thinking, you’re too poor. You’re crazy. That’s not something you can do. There’s no way out there. You’re too stupid to earn that kind of money. “So, you’re saying to yourself,” I can’t afford that. The rich get richer; the poor get poorer. That’s blowing! When you change your belief system and see a Porsche, a Ferrari, or a Mercedes next time you say to yourself, “How can I do that?”You’ve got a question for yourself.

In reality, if you’ve got the right system of belief, you’re going to challenge yourself. “What can I afford?”I think I am in search of answers. I’m trying to put together stuff. I’m looking for patterns and I can do something with enough concentration, effort, and commitment.

What do you think would lead to a better place? Does that bring you to a dead-end? Do not forget how you think for yourself, who you are, where you’re headed, what you’re trying to do, what you’re going to achieve; and the worst part of all this is that you’ll have to live with the results. Take possession of it now, click here.

Guilt is a Choice

Too many of us like to think that we are simply prisoners of our past. Too many people are under the impression that if you screwed up in the past, there’s really no way you can make things right. If you made all sorts of bad decisions and you unleashed all sorts of negative consequences, you are basically forever tainted by your past.

In fact, people take things so far as to say that you are your past. You can never really escape it. You can make the pain go away, you can play all sorts of games with yourself, but ultimately, when it comes down to it, you are your past.

It’s a done deal. It already happened. What can you do now? There’s nothing you can do short of getting into some sort of time machine, like the movie “Back to the Future.” But other than that, you are stuck.

Talk about depressing. Talk about demotivating. Talk about soul-crushing.

This is the kind of mindset a lot of people have about their past, and that’s why the only thing that they have available to them, or the only thing that they make available to themselves is guilt, angry, bad feelings and untrue beliefs.

They’re constantly tripping over themselves, apologizing for things or holding a judge against others for things in the past or, worse yet, they’d remember certain things that happened and remember them worse than they actually were.

Maybe they got pregnant as a teenager. Maybe they committed a crime. Maybe they hit somebody that unleashed a tremendous tidal wave of negative effects. Maybe they pissed somebody off. Whatever the case may be, they keep going back to those negative experiences and ending up no closer to any kind of closure or resolution.

It’s like stabbing yourself in the handover and over again, and then seeing your hand heal slightly overnight, and then repeating it day after day. You end up with a whole lot of blood, and not much else.

I know that sounds crazy if you were to do that physically, but unfortunately, people do this psychologically each and every day.

You have to understand that as powerful as the guilt, fear or anger that you may feel, it is still a choice. It is an interpretation.

When you look at what happened in the past and assuming that the past actually happened according to how you remember it, it doesn’t necessarily mean that you have to end up with the same interpretation you currently have.

If you feel disempowered, depressed, discouraged or diminished by your guilty, fear or anger and remorseful interpretation, take hope from the fact that this is just an interpretation. There are many ways to see the same set of facts.

Believe it or not, there is a way of looking at what happened in such a way that it doesn’t drag you down and make you feel small, weak or ugly. This is called changing your mindset.

Please understand that your mindset is like the lens or the eyeglasses that you use to view reality. Depending on the lenses you put on, you will see reality differently.

When you see reality differently, you feel different things about reality. These go hand in hand.

But the good news is, you have a lot more choice over the matter than you give yourself credit for.

Do yourself a very big favor and look at the possible interpretations that you have and look at the belief systems that they lead to. By making the right strategic choices, you end up in a better place. Believe in other. Learn to forgive and have faith.

To learn how to do this in a quick, easy to understand, and self-empowering way, click here.

 

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