How To Change Belief


Self Help Review

 The terms Self-help, self-improvement and Self-development all imply the desire to move from a present condition to a more desirable condition.
 There has been a tremendous surge in books and courses to help people change, so many in fact that it is difficult to decide which is right for you.
 To help simplify this decision we offer reviews of both free and paid material, ranging from the old self help classics to the latest programs based on neuroscience and quantum physics
 The process to bring this change about is straightforward:

1. Know what you don’t want.
2. Select what you do want.
3. Clear all negative or limiting beliefs.
4. Feel what it would be like to have, do, or be what you
5. Let go. Act on your intuitive impulses and allow the
results to manifest.

The five most popular methods to bring about the desired change are:


  • Religious

  • Hypnotic

 Intentional Change involves will power and includes active goal setting, reciting positive affirmations and policing ones thinking to eliminate negative thoughts. This method involves the use of will power and following a daily regime.

 Metaphysical change is the practice of the law of attraction, along with a belief that we create our own reality by the power of our thoughts. Practitioners employee visualization, meditation and thought control to attract new conditions into their lives.

 Religious change involves prayer and faith in god to provide for ones needs and wants.

Hypnosis is a method to bypass the conscious mind and plant new thoughts and beliefs directly into the unconscious.

 Subliminal change involves listening to messages implanted into music or background noise with the intent to, as in hypnosis bypass the conscious mind and appeal directly to the unconscious.

 Which method produces the best results? They all appear to work equally well depending on the individual.

 All five methods have one thing in common. They all require a change in belief about your self.

Quoting Albert Einstein:

Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. 




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