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Changing Beliefs

I just finished listening to an internet interview with Wayne Dyer on the Aware Show and he said something so well, 'When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change'. He spoke about quantum physics and how the observer effect can change the way that atoms move. One of the issues about research studies is that the researcher's intentions or beliefs can change a study. You are the observer of your own reality.

Our beliefs and our reactions to situations can hold us in a limiting loop of reality. I once worked with a woman who had pain in her lower leg. If you have ever had a session with me, you know how important it is to let go and let the first thing that comes up from the subconscious be your guide. When she looked at the pain, she saw that the continued pain was from a broken leg when she was 12. She recalled her father stood over her in the hospital and told her that he loved her. So, she began to equate pain with love because her father rarely told her he loved her. She continued to hold the pain until she connected with the spirit of her father and he said he always loved her. Seeing this, she was able to release the pain she held in her leg.

Perhaps it is time to begin looking at your own limiting beliefs and how pain in your life can hold you in a loop of dysfunction. The next time you have a strong reaction in life, change the way you look at it and it will change your life.

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