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Change Your Beliefs, Change Your Reality

Updated: Jan 24


Greetings Divine child —


Why are you experiencing the life you're experiencing? The answer can be summed up in one word: beliefs.

Many people believe that our experiences create our beliefs. But it's actually the other way around: it is our beliefs that create our reality.


What is a Belief?


A belief is the acceptance of something as true. You might believe that sugar is bad for you, or that you're not a cat person. You might believe the world was created by a higher power. You might believe you'll never find true love. You might not even know what you believe anymore!


Like all other humans, you inherited the majority of your beliefs from both your biological parents (thanks to epigenetics) and your caregivers. As a young person, you were probably heavily influenced by the people around you, from your teachers to your friends to your babysitters to your siblings, and so on. It is from them that you adopted your earliest — and most strongly-rooted — beliefs.


Over time, beliefs grow and develop into belief systems, and it is our belief systems that create our sense of identity in the world, which in turn creates our reality.



How Your Beliefs Create Your Identity

Remember that everything is energy. Everything — every thought, every word, every cell — is vibrating at a unique frequency that attracts like frequencies. That means that the more you believe yourself to be a person who is easily and frequently taken advantage of, the more people will take advantage of you. Likewise, the more you believe yourself to be a person for whom music comes naturally, the easier it will be to pick up an instrument and play.


Our beliefs are what create our identities. Who do you believe you are? Let's take a deeper look at one of the most common identities we adhere to, and how our beliefs about that identity create our reality.


Identity: ADULT

What are my beliefs about adults?

Adults watch the news, therefore I should watch the news.


It doesn't matter where this belief came from. All that matters is whether or not it serves you.


Do I enjoy watching the news? Do I believe what I am hearing? Does it serve my highest good?


If the answer is no, it's time to recalibrate this belief. Remember, you have the Divine right of free will, which means you can decide to change your frequency. You are only bound by what you bind yourself to. Do you accept the version of your adult identity that watches the news but ends up feeling depressed or exhausted by doing so? Or are you willing to choose a different version of your adult identity who doesn't need to watch the news to catch up on world events?


If your beliefs about your roles in the world create identities that don't serve your highest good, then change your beliefs. How do you do that? The first step — and the most challenging — is becoming aware of them.


Becoming Aware of Your Beliefs


Let's say you desire abundance, and that you've been trying to manifest abundance for the last few years, to no avail. You've done everything you can think of to try to allow abundance into your reality. But nothing has worked. This is a perfect example of a deep-seated belief holding you back, like an invisible roadblock. You may desire abundance, but you believe in lack.


Maybe you believe there's not enough to go around, or that you're not worth the abundance you desire. Maybe you spent your entire childhood watching your parents work tirelessly just to scrape by, unknowingly accepting the belief that abundance is unattainable. Whatever the case, your unconscious belief is in direct opposition to what you are trying to manifest. No wonder you can't attract abundance!


If you find yourself in a situation like the one outlined above, feel around for those invisible roadblocks. They are easiest to notice when you butt up against them, i.e. when you're struggling to get to where you want to go.


How to Change Your Beliefs


As you might imagine, changing your beliefs is no small task, so let's start with something simple. What is something you believe that you know you don't want to believe? (Try to choose a belief that only concerns you, not someone or something else.) Maybe you believe that you'll never lose weight no matter how hard you try.


Now it's time to do the work.

When you think about this belief, what comes up? What bodily sensations do you feel? Read "7 Steps to Change Your Frequency" for a closer look at this practice.


Now, say something that contradicts this belief, such as "I love the way I look." Now how do you feel? Is your chest tight? Does your stomach hurt? Can you feel a sensation in your body that makes you realize the energy is blocked? That's good, because now you know exactly what you need to do: the work. You must FEEL that sensation. You must follow it. And then you must release it. This is a practice, not a one-and-done kind of thing. It will take time. But as you do it, as you feel through these feelings, you will begin to change your frequency, and in doing so, you will begin to rewrite your limiting beliefs.


Remember who you are — you are Divine Love.


Disclaimer: HLS does not treat, heal, cure or otherwise provide any medical or psychological services whatsoever. HLS offers this information to you in the hopes that you will be able to discern what does and does not resonate with you.

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