Beliefs are powerful.
I see beliefs as an enemy.
I fear beliefs.
I feel hopeless.
I try to do something about them, but don’t really think it will make much of a difference.
I see beliefs as huge, powerful.
I feel fear in my belly.
I feel weak.
I’ll see beliefs as innocently mistaken views that cannot hold their ground when faced with reality.
I’ll trust reality.
I trust shedding light on reality – with specific, real and honest examples.
Beliefs are not powerful.
1. If I put all beliefs in the world in a big bucket, there would be nothing there.
2. I have experienced that they go poof when faced with reality – simple, real, honest examples.
3. They are thoughts taken as true, nothing more.
4. They are temporary appearances.
Beliefs are weak.
1. They cannot hold themselves together when faced with reality – simple, real, honest examples.
2. They are thoughts taken as true.
3. They are really just from pretending to take a story as true.
My thinking is powerful.
1. It can give beliefs the death knell by finding and staying with real, honest and simple examples.
2. It can make a thought appear true, temporarily.
3. It can create it’s own reality, or at least the appearance of it.
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