when she asked me if I taught my kids to believe in Santa and other fairy-tales. I said no. But mostly because I wasn’t raised believing in them, so it was natural for me not to teach that to my children.
genetically coded NOT to believe. In anything!
believe it when I see it.” Or “If it’s too good to be true, it probably is.” That type of energy is all around us our entire life. People call it
being “realistic”, but the truth is, it’s just limiting your reality,
preventing you from creating a new and better one.
disappointment is eminent? Who told us that? What data points have we built up over our lifetime that support that core belief?
And that’s when the magic begins…when you what??? …BELIEVE.
~Read Belief 101 for tips on how to teach yourself to believe
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