Why Chewing Flesh is Not Necessary to Create a More Pleasing Reality

Beliefs  Do you believe that you’re chewing the flesh of the dead when you chew gum at night?  I’ll bet you don’t.

Yet in Turkey there are some who believe this.  Are they wrong?

Yes.  And no.

Yes – to you, it is wrong to believe that.

No – to some Turks, it is not wrong to believe that.

I Can Chew Gum at Night If I Want To, Dang It!

What is a belief, after all?  Nothing more than a practiced thought, repeated so many times that it has been cemented into your neural net.

A belief is not independently true.  It is true because you have made it so.  And it doesn’t matter if 99.9% of all the other people on Earth also believe that belief – it is still true because you’ve decided it to be and made it so.

You decided your beliefs are true because someone  you trusted implicitly told you it was true.  And, hence, you repeated the thought until it became a dominant neural path.

Conscious Creators Take Note: Your Beliefs Are Seminal

This is all great news for conscious creators – even if you don’t want to chew dead flesh at night.  If your beliefs are subjective, not true outside of your proclamation of such (unless others also self-proclaim them to be), you can change them to suit you whenever you want. (Click that link to Tweet it)

  • Since your beliefs create your expectations…
  • Since your expectations command the quantum field what to form…
  • Since the quantum field can form everything and anything…

Wouldn’t it behoove a conscious creator to begin raising her beliefs to match her desires?

The universe itself, through the science of quantum physics, gives us the blueprint.  All we have to do it follow it, whether we chew gum at night or not.

And stay tuned to this blog for more techniques to use new paradigms from quantum physics to align your life with your dreams…

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One response to “Why Chewing Flesh is Not Necessary to Create a More Pleasing Reality

  1. Having an awareness that a belief isn’t necessarily the truth is so important in being able to connect with others. It helps us be more accepting and less judgemental, and means we can respect each others beliefs even if we don’t agree with them.

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