The way we understand belief can be seen to map our understanding of the world around us and how the world operates. Religious and spiritual beliefs, for example, attempt to acquire the meaning and order of the world from a higher perspective. Our desire for faith comes from a passion for purpose and a desire for control. In attempting to survive, we intend to attain power and understanding so that we can better react and behave to the circumstances around us through acclimatisation. Many people turn to religion because it relinquishes a need for such control by placing accountability for life in a higher being or purpose. This allows humans to find happiness by providing a positive force for belief. This is fundamental – we cannot be happy unless we have an idea of a positive power source.
When we look at life on a linear scale, there are only two accurate responses to an event – moving towards and moving away from it. These can be seen as the two primary goals of humans in achieving their goals, the ability to successfully move towards a goal or move away from an adverse event that haunts you. Frustration occurs when we are unable to do one of these two things. However, we must acknowledge that life is far more complicated than that. Life is not usually perceived as merely a chain of events. We need to recognise the far wider interconnections within our lives and the plethora of ways to react and behave in response to events. We can only solve this problem with the power of our mind; we need to realign ourselves to a mindset of the belief that does not rely on a linear scale, allowing ourselves to accept the existence of things that have not yet occurred as already existing and our ability to attain them.
To gain success and control the direction of your life, you must analyse your deep subconscious beliefs and understand that these are fundamental to the way you live and make decisions. If your deeply held beliefs are not positive, you are likely not heading in a wholly positive direction. Additionally, the negativity we have experienced has settled in our minds and acts as a barrier to reaching goals and achieving what we desire. Making sure your beliefs are aligned with your goals is the most fundamental step in achieving success.
While it is easy to blame the misgivings of others and the effects of that for our faults, we must acknowledge that our subconscious plays the vital role of sabotaging us through clinging to the negativity we have received. We have to work on fixing ourselves, not the people who have wronged us.
We underestimate the value of our thought processes and the impact that the power of thought can have in deciding our fate. We can allow our minds to bring misery if we do not recognise the power of our negative thoughts. By tapping into your subconscious, you can reprogram your mind to fulfil your desires.
The key to successfully utilising the law of attraction is to eradicate negative thinking and allow your mind to see that anything is possible. If you do not believe in the possibility of your success or happiness, how are you going to work to attain that? The truth is, if you feel worthy of something, you are more likely to achieve it. Your brain is perfectly capable of making this shift from negative thought patterns to positive, and by doing so, you can change the way you approach the tasks you desire success in.
Just as in Newton’s third law, every action has an equal reaction; by planting a positive intention in your mind, you are enabling yourself to receive the physical manifestation of that desire. There is no greater power than belief, and to believe in the power of yourself is an essential step in getting what you want.
If you can find the power to believe in yourself, you can enable great things to happen. All that is essential to enrich your life is your own mind’s ability to decide your future. The power to gain everything you want is within you.