Check out your life, where do you live, what kind of job do you have, what you own, what kind of friends do you have, how does your everyday look like, everything is a consequence of your inner vibration. Energy doesn’t work just in relationships we attract but in every single part of our lives. We can take our life as the one and most reliable source of information about the energy we transmit. If we can imagine our life as a movie, see it as an observer, what would we discover? How would you experience it? Is it a comedy, tragedy or something between?
Our energy is defined by the thoughts we process during the day and the feelings we experience along. For example, the ladybug lands on the palm of our hand, we feel joy and excitement, waiting for the ladybug to climb to the top of our finger and fly away, curiously observing which way it goes and finally make a wish; if the visitor is a mosquito our experience is different, our face crumples, we think about the itchy skin, feel uncomfortable and we want to get rid of the animal as soon as possible. I bet, you felt these feeling just by reading about it.
It’s similar to all the situations we experience each day. We have different thoughts that evoke different feelings in our body. Thoughts and feelings are the reactions based on beliefs we have in our subconsciousness. All that affects our energy. If I sum up: changing our beliefs causes a change of our thoughts and feelings and a final result is the change of our vibration.
Why would we even want to change our beliefs? We have a belief about each thing in the world, we think about it in a certain way and we feel about it accordingly. Some beliefs support our life and others limit us ot live as we want.
Examples of beliefs:
- I am no good at school, I always get bad grades
- My wishes always come true
- There are no decent guys in this world
- I am a bad mom
- I meet awesome people at work
- I live in a safe environment, all the people are so nice
- I will never get along eith my mother
- I deserve the best job
Which beliefs serve you and which don’t? Everything you think, you get. If you believe your wishes will come true, they will; if you believe you live in a dangerous environment, you will experience that kind of situations. It’s called the law of attraction.
First step to discover your inner beliefs is observing your thoughts and feelings in different situations. If, for example, you have a job interview, what kind of thoughts do you have about it? I don’t have enough experience, I am not good enough for the job, I will get the lowest payment, they just want to use me or you think: this is a great opportunity for me, I am sure they’ll appreciate my communication skills, we will make an adequate agreement, I am a perfect match for this position. In the first case, you probably feel unworthy, distrustful, the second option gives you a feeling of worthiness and confidence. Whatever you feel, you attract.
The easiest way to get a bit of insight into your beliefs is to pick a situation or area of your life where you feel disempowered and write down the thoughts and feelings that you have about it. It can also help to define, what kind of opinion would your parents have about it, because we inherit the vibration from them. Examine closely the beliefs you discovered and define a new, more supportive and realistic version of the story behind. If you discover a belief: only highly educated people can have a great job, think about that statement, is it true? Can you find examples of people in real life that have a different experience? You can discover your belief is a total lie and move on with the new possibilities that just opened.
Some beliefs are very obvious and we can hack them easily, others are located deeply in our subconscious mind and it’s beneficial to find a person who can help you to transform them. Our taught behavior and the way we think can be strongly integrated so often we are really blindfolded and take everything very subjectively, so it is impossible to find a source belief by ourselves. It is precious to work with an experienced person and change our belief system in a shorter time as if we try to do that on our own.