Believing Is Seeing
When we accept words, the meaning of the words and the related beliefs affect our emotions and our body chemistry. If I believe I am stupid, based on life’s events and people’s opinions, then I will feel bad, even if it is not true. If I believe I am competent and intelligent, then I will feel good and so will my body. Positive words produce positive emotions, which produce positive chemistry in one’s body. Unfortunately, 99.9% of the words that we have in our head come from other people. Our beliefs are shaped by those around us, and often those words are negative.
My mission is to help people write their “True Self Story” based on words that are true, rather than relying on other people’s words. When a person knows the words that describe his/her True Self , then they can use those words which will in turn develop the neural pathways that enable the story to physically be there in the brain. When a person accepts and believes the “words” that truthfully describe their “Self”, then that belief helps them to see the world through that lens. Believing is seeing. We need to believe our truth and then we will see it.