Picture a secretary or assistant in your brain. This assistant is going to decide what information to allow through to your conscious brain. They are the gatekeepers of information. Their job is important, as an overwhelming amount of information is thrown at you daily and youd go crazy if it all came to you on a conscious level.
Part of the information they don’t allow past the gate is anything that your brain or unconscious self does not want to accept as true. You see, we take on beliefs as we are growing up. These beliefs can come from our parents, teachers, friends and the society where we were raised. And they may not align with our beliefs today.
This can be compounded when you are trying to work with co-workers or clients. You see the person you are trying to give a message to also has their own gate keeping system, with their own set of beliefs.
For example, you may believe that the road to success is easy with the right tools. However, the subconscious is playing a tape from childhood that is saying, “Yeah right, you know that it’s a struggle and most people don’t make it.”
The result is that your gatekeeper will keep back success opportunities from you. It believes that it is doing you a favour. It doesn’t want you to prove yourself wrong or create conflict in your mind and risk stress and anxiety that may come from conflicting beliefs. So the results are, that you will not see what is right in front of you.
Have you ever been looking for something and said to yourself. “Why can’t I ever find what I am looking for?” and then someone comes up and shows you that it is right in front of you. You stand there and can’t believe that you didn’t see it. This happens all the time.
I also teach that the brains RAS (Reticular Activating System) looks at all the information and says, “Is this a danger or important?”, and if no it filters it away. This shows just how little of the information you receive.
This is one of reasons that it is so important to look at your belief systems. Many of them may be blocking you from the things that you want in life. There are ways to find out and ways to remove beliefs that don’t serve you.
First, look around at your life. Is it the one you want? Are there things lacking and missing? If not then the odds are that you have conflicting beliefs.
I have read many articles about people who every time they received money, something came up and they lost it again.
In looking into their childhood, they found that money meant pain, hurt, or being sinful so they got rid of it in a hurry. Once they removed the old beliefs, they were able to achieve, business, personal and financial success.
One way to start is to start journaling and ask your self. Just what do I believe? And for each answer ask, “Does this serve me?” If the answer is no, then you need to replace that belief. For some people the changes come fast. For others that have several deeply ingrained beliefs, they may need help from professionals that are trained in replacing old beliefs.
I have personally found that those with an understanding of Quantum Physics, have helped countless people change their lives. As well, there are many counselors and coaches that can help.
In any case, with help you can move forward in life and place what you desire on your RASs important list. Then watch the opportunities start to appear.
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