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Types and examples of beliefs-Are your beliefs preventing your dream life?

Beliefs are everything we hold in our field as truth. These beliefs are our programming that creates our reality. The issue is that most of us are unaware of a high percentage of our beliefs.

In a previous article about manifesting money, I described ways to identify and upgrade your beliefs. In this article, I will dive deeper into the different types of beliefs. I will also present you some examples. My intention is to help you to identify which beliefs might be holding you back from manifesting the life of your dreams.

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What are non-beneficial beliefs?

Every single belief is either beneficial or not. Non-beneficial beliefs limit your potential. It is a good practice to consciously pay attention to your beliefs and question them. Ask yourself: “Is this belief beneficial or not to me?”, “Is this belief supporting me in creating the life that I desire or it is limiting me?”.

False, counterfeit, limiting and disempowering are different adjectives to describe the nature of the non-beneficial beliefs. Below I will explain how all these adjectives are equally applicable and it is just a matter of preference which adjective to use.

What are false beliefs?

False beliefs are those concepts, perspectives, definitions that we have accepted as truth; however they contradict the Truth of Source.

What are counterfeit beliefs?

Counterfeit beliefs, as the name indicates, are deceiving us. We have accepted them as truth; however they contradict the higher perspective Truth.

The explanation of why they are deceiving can be found in the way the Law of Attraction works: When we believe something to be true, we are broadcasting the frequency of that truth, and the holographic Universe brings opportunities and people that are a match to our truth; then is physically manifested.

The manifestation, in turn, reinforces our acceptance of the small letter truth; therefore deceiving us from the capital letter Truth of no limitations, all allowance, all possibilities, infinite abundance.

What are limiting beliefs?

Limiting beliefs, as the name indicates, these types of beliefs limit our manifestation power. From Source perspective, there are no limits. It is our acceptance of limitations (limiting beliefs) that places barriers to our manifesting everything that we desire.

What are disempowering beliefs?

Disempowering beliefs, as the name indicates, make us feel powerless; and often time even make us feel victims. If you feel in anyway that you are victim of life, other people and circumstances; that is an indication that you have in your system disempowering beliefs.

If you belief you are powerless, the Universe will mirror back to you scenarios and people that will make you feel a victim of life. This is how the Law of Attraction works, it reinforce what you belief without any opinion or judgment of it.

Conclusion about non-beneficial beliefs

It must be said that the non-beneficial beliefs are simultaneously false, counterfeit, limiting and disempowering. The reason is that from the Truth of Source; lack, limitations and powerlessness are illusions that we have accepted as truth in this 3D physical reality.

Dropping the veils of illusions, while we travel the journey of becoming deliberate creators of our reality is also the journey of awakening to our infinite potential. It is a very exciting journey, and at the same time, it can be frustrating at times when we judge our progress. Changing our limiting and disempowering beliefs is essential in this journey.

Let us do our best to enjoy the journey. Let us remember that our expansion is in the journey, not the destination. After all, we did choose, as souls, to come and play in this 3D physical reality.

 

What are core beliefs? Definition, types and examples of core beliefs

Core beliefs are definitions, understandings and perspectives that we accepted as truth about our individual self, others and the world as it relates to us.

Following, I describe the most common types of core beliefs and I will present to you few examples of each type of core beliefs. As you read think about how it relates to you and which beliefs might be applicable to you.

Core beliefs about our capabilities

This type of core beliefs relates to what we have accepted to be truth about our abilities, talents and gifts in the different arenas and possibilities of life. It is the commonly used declarations “I can” or “I can’t”.

Unfortunately, on this planet, most children are taught a long list of “You can’t”, “We can’t” early in life. Therefore, most of us are short-circuited from a large portion of our potential. The limiting teachings are the result of the adults own limiting beliefs. In addition, life experiences and the acceptance of the concept of failure, add to our list of “I can’t”.

Failure and success are human made concepts that stem from the dual nature of our 3D physical reality. From Source perspective; failure and success are illusions (faces of the same coin). Source perspective is that every experience is valuable because it adds to the expansion of the Universe.

For most of us, the only time we made valuable the perceived failures is when we were learning to walk. Our parents cheered us for each step we took, and falling was a valuable part of the learning process, not a failure.

Scan back at your life and search for events where you interpreted, or told by others, that you have failed in some way. Most likely, the event triggered you with one or more toxic emotions; in that case, you uploaded or reinforced beliefs about “I can’t ….”

Examples of empowering core beliefs related to our capabilities

I can earn more than enough money doing what I love, I can always learn a new skill, I can write a best selling book, I can attract all the resources I need to build my business, I can heal my body, I can attract xx number of clients per month.

Beliefs about our deservedness

Deservedness is a state of having earned our right to something. When we believe we do not deserve what we desire to manifest, the vibration of not deserving is broadcasted out. Since the Universe is a mirror, we are always right; in other word, if we believe we do not deserve, we do not get it.

As child we are raised with the stick and carrot mentality, both at home and school. Even when literarily a stick is not used, we are taught the concept of deservedness. If we meet the expectations of the adults we are rewarded or conversely if we do not, we are punished. As a result, beliefs of not deserving or having to work hard to deserve, are uploaded and/or re-enforced. What beliefs about not deserving something that you desire you can identify?

Deservedness is a man made concept; from the perspective of the Universe, there is no requirements or standards that we must meet, there is nothing that we need to achieve or demonstrate; we simple get a mirror reflection of our vibrational broadcast.

Examples of core beliefs of deservedness

First example: We are in a marriage relationship and we cheat. Our spouse finds out, feels very hurt and betrayed and asks for divorce. Then we feel very guilty of having hurt our spouse and children. In this case we might upload the belief “I do not deserve love”, cemented by the toxic emotion of guilt.

Second example: For decades, we follow a fast food diet, drink and smoke. One day we find out we have cancer. Then we feel immense regret, anger and guilt for having abused our bodies. In that case we might upload the belief “I do not deserve to be healthy”, together with the toxic emotions of regret, anger and guilt.

Third example: If as children, each time we do not meet our parents school grade expectations; we are prevented from playing for the rest of the school term plus our allowance is cut back. Then we feel very angry toward our parents for not allowing us to play and toward ourselves for failing. In that case we might upload beliefs such as “ I have to work very hard to deserve money”, “I have to work very hard to deserve to play”, “I have to work very hard to deserve good things from life”.

Beliefs about our worthiness

Worthiness is a birthright that belongs to us just by virtue of who we are as human and spiritual beings. From the perspective of Universe and Source, each of us is inherently worthy of everything that we desire. We just need to conjure it, imaging it, feel it, broadcast it out and the Universe mirrors it back.

Magic occurs for those that are deliberate creators as masters of the universal Law of Attraction. The issue is that most of us are imprinted in our DNA and through society, culture and life experiences many limiting beliefs whereby we are accepting being unworthy of love, unworthy of wealth, unworthy of health etc.

Often time, the concept of our own value is very low. Therefore the Universe continues to bring us people and scenarios that validate how we feel about our own value. The Universe is the mirror that is telling us, wake up, if you do not like what you are getting change the quality of your vibration; remember that you are worthy. The good news is that we do have the choice and the power to upgrade our vibrational frequency and there are tools that facilitate the process.

As children we come into this world depending on our parents for all our needs, both physical and emotional, to be met. Emotionally if we feel that love is lacking or given conditionally; we might upload beliefs of being unworthy of love. It must be noted that a belief of being unworthy of love; then can branch out into beliefs of unworthy of money and wealth.

Due to the concepts of society of competition, comparison and requirements; children get love contingent to their achievements, behaviors, compliance etc. Love is withdrawn based on judgments; consequently, children belief of innate worth is diminished. Even if you grew up in a household of wonderfully loving parents, most likely, you were still subject to this phenomenon to some extent, because judgment is so embedded in our society.

In addition, unfortunately frequently in our society, children, teenagers and even adults are subject to one or more forms of abuse that deeply imprints false beliefs of unworthiness along with  toxic emotions of shame, guilt, anger, bitterness, self-loathing etc.

The journey to wealth, health, great relationships and happiness in general is the journey of awakening who we really are as magnificent, divine, powerful beings. This starts with Self-acceptance, Self-love and Self-worth. For that we need to clear our toxic emotions and re-write the limiting beliefs into empowering ones.

In order to make your dreams come true and manifest your ideal life, it is essential that you belief and know 100 % that you are worthy of the health, wealth, love, freedom, joy and everything you envision in your ideal life. Healing unworthiness that you are holding in your subconscious mind will upgrade your life in all areas.

You are worthy of your dream life, it is time to embody this higher truth.

A very powerful training with meditation and teachings to heal unworthiness and shame is offered by Julius. You might like to review the content of this life changing course: Healing unworthiness and shame.

Examples of false core beliefs related to our worthiness

First example: A child is drinking grape juice in a glass and by accident he drops the glass and then the juice spills over the newly bought white sofa. His mother is very tired and stressed out from a long day at work. When she realizes the mess he caused, she scolds him saying “You stupid, how can you screw up with everything” “You are nothing but trouble” “How can you not sit still as your sister” “You ruined completely the new sofa”.

Then he feels very guilty together with anger and regret. In that case, the child might upload beliefs such as: “There is something wrong with me”, “I am the source of my mother’s troubles; therefore, I am not worthy of love”.

Second example: A child who has a rage-alcoholic father and is physically abused. Then the child feels intense fear, plus anger and hate toward his father. Since the child is receiving abuse instead of love, the child might interpret that there is something inherently very wrong about him and beliefs of unworthiness are uploaded, such as: “I am not worthy of love, “I am not good enough to be respected and loved”, “ I am not good enough to be treated kindly and lovingly”

Beliefs about our physical and emotional safety

Since our brains are wired to avoid physical danger and to avoid emotional pain, unconsciously we will sabotage our efforts of getting what we desire. In the case of the examples below, we will avoid getting rich, we will avoid romantic partners, we will avoid losing weight and we will avoid public speaking.

Examples of core beliefs related to safety

First example: We desire to be rich; but we have a generational believe that “It is dangerous to be rich”.

Second example: We desire to attract a romantic partner; but suffered heart-break earlier in our life and uploaded the belief that “It is not safe to enter into a romantic relationship”

Third example: We desire to lose weight and look attractive; but as teens we suffered sexual abuse and uploaded the believe “ It is not safe to look attractive”

Forth example: We desire to be a public speaker; but as children, the teacher mocked us when we presented in front of the class. This event imprinted us with the belief “ It is not safe to speak in front of a group of people”.

Conclusion about core beliefs

You might have noticed that core beliefs can be further sub-categorized as non-beneficial or beneficial. The first segment of this article described the non-beneficial beliefs and explained the different names/synonyms that are used for this type of beliefs.

In order to manifest what you desire, you need to change your core beliefs related to your desire or goal, from non-beneficial to beneficial. In other words, you need to align yourself and stand firmly in the belief that you are capable, you are worthy, you deserve it and it is safe to have what you desire.

 

What are fundamental beliefs? Types and examples of fundamental beliefs

Fundamental beliefs are definitions, concepts, understandings, and perspectives that we have accepted as truth about life, death and creation.

Types and examples of fundamental beliefs The types or categories of fundamental beliefs circle around three deep questions that we sometimes wonder about when we have the courage to question the perspectives and understandings that we were given by virtue of the society, family, culture and religion we were born in.

Following we list three common questions about these topics and some examples of fundamental beliefs. Please note, the listed examples do not cover the complete spectrum of fundamental beliefs on this planet.

Fundamental beliefs about “Who are we as human beings?”

There are multiple beliefs on this subject and the specific belief that you carry is the result of the culture, family and religion you were born in and grew up. However, as each of us has free will, we can choose, whether or not, to change or keep the beliefs we were given. Some examples of beliefs around this fundamental question are:

  • We are just our bodies that are born, age and then die. We have only one lifetime to experience life.
  • We are light having a physical experience. Our bodies are the temples of our light (our souls). We are individual souls. We have experienced many lifetimes and we will continue to do so.
  • We are Source having a physical experience. We are eternal and infinite. We are simultaneously having an individualized experience and at the same time we are ALL. We are all connected souls. We are Oneness.

Fundamental beliefs about “Who is GOD?” 

Again what we have accepted as our truth on this subject, it is very much influenced by family, culture and religion we are born in. As you know, there are many variations on this fundamental belief on this planet. It goes from the belief that God is an individual Omnipotent being that created everything, to the belief that each of us is God with the power and freedom to create our reality, and anything in between.

Fundamental beliefs about “What happens after we die?”

The beliefs about this subject vary among cultures and religions. We can list some examples of them, but is far for being a complete list of the diversity of beliefs on this planet:

  • We are just our body, once we die the only thing left of us, is our descendants.
  • When we die our souls go to heaven, or purgatory or hell.
  • When we die, our souls spend some time as light and then re-incarnate
  • When we live our physical body here on earth, our souls go to a plane of existence that is a function of the level of consciousness that we have reached and then, if it chooses, returns to a physical body through the process of re-incarnation.

If you are open to the perspective that souls are eternal and if you are interested in knowing the details of the options that we as souls have each time we leave our physical bodies, I recommend you to get the course of realms between lives (It is a fascinating and expansive teaching).

Questions to reflect on fundamental beliefs

What are your fundamental beliefs about these existential questions? To what degree, do you think your present fundamental beliefs are influenced by the society, culture and religion you grew up in? Do you think your fundamental beliefs are empowering you? Do you think your fundamental beliefs are expansive and supporting you in manifesting what you desire? Do you think your fundamental beliefs are beneficial to you and why?

Do you think you might have some unconscious fundamental beliefs encoded in your DNA that might be limiting your manifestation power? Do you think that your fundamental beliefs might be influencing your core beliefs about capability, worthiness and safety to have what you desire?

Closing paragraphs

In this article, we defined three (3) main categories of beliefs: Non-beneficial beliefs, core beliefs and fundamental beliefs. Then we presented to you the main sub-categories of core and fundamental beliefs, as well as the definitions and some examples.

We also said that core beliefs are either beneficial or non-beneficial. The same can be said for the fundamental beliefs. The difference is that we are more attached to our fundamental beliefs than to our core beliefs. Therefore the idea of changing our fundamental beliefs can bring up lot of resistance. In any case changing beliefs is a personal choice and only you can decide which beliefs are beneficial or not to you.

In simple terms, your beliefs create your reality. An explanation of the mechanism of it can be found in this related article, in the section titled : “What are beliefs and how the system of thoughts and beliefs work together?

As a result of the self-validating nature of the Law of Attraction, what you believe to be true is demonstrated to you in physicality. The Universe is a mirror reflecting back to you what you hold as truth (belief), both consciously and unconsciously. In this way you are always right, your truth (belief) is your reality. This is great if all aspects of your life are already demonstrations of your conscious intentions and desires. This means that your beliefs are supporting you.

On the other side of the coin, if the Universe is mirroring back to you some realities that you do not like. Then, it means you hold beliefs that are dis-aligned or contradict your desires. For example, if you believe “Live is hard”, then the Universe will validate you and bring you more challenges that will reinforce your belief. It is a self-perpetuating and self-validating loop until you take conscious action to change your beliefs.

If you are asking “how to change my beliefs”, you might find helpful the information presented in an article about how to manifest money. In this article, there are several sections dedicated to beliefs and how to identify them and upgrade them. The article is focused on money; however, the techniques to identify the non-beneficial beliefs and then upgrade them are the same for all areas of life. Wealth and abundance, it is not only about money, it extends to all aspects of our life.

You received both non-beneficial and beneficial beliefs through your DNA, family, culture, religion, media and life experiences. The non-beneficial beliefs are limiting your potential and holding you back from living life in your terms. I hope this information has been helpful to you and it has given you some clues of some of your non-beneficial beliefs. The great news is that you have the power and freedom to change the beliefs that are not beneficial to you. It is a joyful and exciting process, as you discover more and more of your unlimited potential. Enjoy and have a great journey! You are infinitely worthy of creating the life of your dreams.

 

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