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shabier hassan

    In my opinion and experience, it depends on the particular belief.You cannot have a fixed rule.For example, if I believe “Women cannot be trusted” I may be tempted to reframe it as “I cannot trust women” which again is different.I do not/can not trust women because I might have some history and pass the blame onto the women for my mistrust.It might seem politically correct to be a “man” and shoulder the responsibility and state that I can't trust women.But the problem is that deep down I justify my mistrust and therefore I would want to go with”Women cannot be trusted.”
          Tim has given us a remarkable tool called “The Belief Blasters”.Getting to the beliefs is more of an art than an exact science.There cannot be a fixed rule.We can only have guidelines but nothing set in stone apart from the two rules that Tim clearly mentions in the instructions.