Did you know that we have between 50,000 to 70, 000 thoughts a day?
Most of which we pay little attention to, or sprint past us without us really noticing.
A belief is just a thought on steroids.
We've trained it.
So it carries more weight.
That's why it's stronger than our other thoughts.
But just like our physical body, if we stop training it, it will get weaker.
(I'm sure you've heard the expression, "use it or lose it?")
It's called the effects of detraining.
And the cool thing is that we don't have to train that belief if we don't want to.
I have a question for you, which beliefs are not serving your best interests?
Stop training them, get them off the gear.
Let me ask you another question?
Which beliefs are working well for you?
I'm sure those could benefit from getting a better workout.
Train those more.
The more you train them, the more those neural pathways are laid down.
The stronger that belief will become.
(now how cool is that?)
You see, you do have a choice, which thoughts do you want to train?
Ask yourself what needs to happen for things to change?