Reply To: Rewording in past generic beliefs
Thanks for posting.
Although there are some innovative ways to use the Belief Blasters, I recommend that you keep it as succinct as possible when running a belief statement.
This tends to get a better result, as it makes it easier to recall the statement and eliminate the belief.
Moreover, “I thought mistakes and failure were bad” describes the consequence of holding the causal belief. In other words, “mistakes and failure were bad” would cause the thought and the associated behavior.
You would think it because you believe it and your behaviour would tend to be consistent with holding such a belief (e.g. feeling bad when you make a mistake, trying to avoid anything that does not come naturally).
So, I recommend blasting “mistakes and failure were bad”, while trying hard to believe that statement and feeling what it feels like to hold such a belief.
This would apply to other similarly-worded beliefs too. Try hard to tap into the experience of these beliefs too. They influence our reality.
I hope that helps. If it is not clear enough, please let me know.
All the best,
Paul McCabe – PSTEC Master Practitioner
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