How do I know what my beliefs are?

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    Avatarkbshaq
    PSTEC User

    Hello all,

    I just purchased BB last night.  I will fully listen to the Instructions today (twice or more just to fully understand this new PSTEC tool).  :)
    Question:  how do I know what my beliefs are?  Are there ways of knowing what my 'negative' ones are?

    Please advise when you can.  :)

    Thanks,
    John

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    AvatarBrian Tucker
    PSTEC User
    #25748
    Avatarkbshaq
    PSTEC User

    Wow – this is great.
    Thanks a ton Brian!  :)

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    AvatarKeisar Habtemariam
    PSTEC User

    I'd say a negative belief are ones that don't serve you, if that belief goes against the life you want to live, then it's negative. And to find beliefs just takes awareness. Listen to yourself when you have a conversation or when you get angry. Your outer world reflects your inner world. Or at least what gets a reaction out of you. So you do get upset or find yourself speaking bad about others or yourself, write it down and analyze those beliefs with these two questions.

    1. If that is 100% true, why is that so bad?
    2. What does that mean to me, or about me?

    Repeat asking these questions until you hit a core belief.

    #25750
    Avatarkbshaq
    PSTEC User

    Thanks Monkey Mind!

    #25751
    Avatarkbshaq
    PSTEC User

    One more quick question.
    I just got through listening to the BB Instructions.  Tim mentioned that I should do the following as I repeat the newly created belief (in my mind):

    “… you should shape the words with your mouth.”

    What does he mean by that?  :)

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    AvatarBrian Tucker
    PSTEC User

    As you are saying the words with your inner voice,.move your mouth to the words as if you are actually saying that. You are pretending to say them.

    #25753
    Avatarkbshaq
    PSTEC User

    Thanks again Brian!!  :)

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