That lump of wetware you have in your skull, your brain, like everything else that comprises your physical body, is one of the most plastic pieces of equipment to have been formed from the primordial soup of life. Whether or not you believe in the existence of the soul or the independence of the mind from the wetware of the brain as an intangible substance ‘floating’ about your head, much of what you think, feel, emote, perceive or do is pretty much connected to the internal structures of your brain as well as its related chemical processes.
Yes, your life has been pretty much determined by the very physical structure or wiring of your brain. However, this does not mean that you are ‘doomed’ to carry out certain behavioral patterns throughout your entire life. Although most people do not know how to break their conditioned mental and behavioral patterns let alone the fact that they actually can do so, it is absolutely possible to both learn and unlearn new patterns no matter how old (or young) you are, or how long you’ve been stuck in a detrimental and unhelpful mental, physical or emotional state throughout your life.
This truth has been the crux of all personal development. It provides the basis for every hope for positive self growth. The tragedy is not that we are doomed to obey the physical patterns of our brain, but that most of us don’t know the above truth or choose to remain in our built-up comfort zones of perpetual self-destructive behaviors.
If our brain can be likened to a supercomputer, and our mind to its operating system, then the very source code that make up our system will be our beliefs…
Beliefs are the perceptions you create about yourself, the people in your environment and how you expect things to run and work. Our beliefs lead to attitudes that shape the way we act and react to things, situations and people in our environment. Subsequently, our attitudes influence our actions, and ultimately actions become habits, which shape character that then forges the path we follow in life.
Therefore, having strong, solid and empowering beliefs will lead to positive attitudes. These positive attitudes will influence you to take effective actions that subsequently become positive habits. Your positive habits will ultimately shape you to become a well-rounded, efficient and brilliant person that is in full control of your success.
Conversely, having weak and self-limiting beliefs will lead to negative attitudes. These negative attitudes will influence you to take ineffective actions that subsequently become negative habits. Your negative habits will ultimately shape you to become a sloppy and inefficient person that is not in full control of your success. If you discovered that you have more self-limiting beliefs, it is probably time for you to do some belief reprogramming.
So how then can you reprogram your beliefs?
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Mohamad Shafi’e is founder of StraTeachgic Success, where he reveals accelerated life-long learning and personal development success secrets. He has over 12 years of tutoring, teaching, mentoring and coaching experience with over 1200 students in the fields and technologies of personal development and human potential maximization.