How beliefs create our reality and limit our potential in our relationships and life

beliefs create our reality and limit our relationships and life

Our beliefs create our reality.  In this article, we’ll share with you how releasing your beliefs can support you in living a happier, more fulfilling, and peaceful life while achieving your intentions and goals.

Your reality is a direct result of your beliefs

Did you know that your reality is a direct result of your beliefs?  We see the world through the lens of our preconditioned beliefs.  All these beliefs that we’ve been conditioned to resonate with come from the collective consciousness.  In it, all beliefs and interpretations from the beginning of time have recorded and stored.

When you resonate with any aspect of the collective consciousness, you access the collection of beliefs that were created during the entire evolution of humanity. Isn’t that interesting, that your beliefs, thoughts, and recording of experiences are not your own?  They are a replaying of what someone thought, experienced, interpreted, recorded, and believed.

Sounds a little limiting?  It is.  Where does self sovereignty and our free will of having whatever experience we choose fits into when resonating with the collective consciousness?  It doesn’t really.

Your beliefs come from an instinctual survival response

Resonating with the collective consciousness is part of being a part of the herd.  Did you know that human beings are also part of a herd.  You don’t have to be in a remote location in a primal culture to experience tribalism.  We are still in many ways living our lives like tribes.

Our innate desire to belong, and not be abandoned, creates a codependency between all of us.   At subconscious levels of our being, we all want not to be abandoned by one another.  The herd behavior – and its external manifestation of resonating with man made beliefs – comes from an instinctual survival tendency deep within us.

At subconscious and unconscious levels of our being, we project that, if we are not part of the herd, we will not survive.  This subconscious belief is continuously influencing us at the subconscious level, indirectly affecting all of our decisions, relationships, and life results.  But what if the herd is leading you to the edge of a cliff and jumps off, will you jump off too?

Our beliefs are filled with inner contradictions and limitations

The collective consciousness (of the herd) is filled with limited beliefs about who we are, who we should be, who we should become, what is right and wrong, what is good and bad, what is worthy and not, what is true and false, what relationships are, and how they should be, which religion is real or not, which one is best for us, who God truly is, what we should eat, how we should dress, etc.

You may have noticed that these beliefs in the collective consciousness are mostly conflicted with one another, thus creating a huge source of inner conflict in people.

For instance, ‘I should get married by the age of 30’ is one of those beliefs.  Another belief is that ‘if I am not married by the age of 30, then they’re must be something wrong with me.’

Another belief could be ‘Good women take care of the children.’ A contrary belief to that would be: ‘In this day and age, women should be able to have a good professional career and, be financially independent from their husbands.’

Does the first belief imply that women who have a professional career aren’t good women?  And the second belief that at home mothers are codependent and have no value?

Another example of contradictory beliefs: ‘People who are addicted are selfish and weak.’, while some other part of the collective consciousness believes that, ‘if you want to beat addiction, you have to think about what you’re doing to others (have empathy) and be strong.’  So according to these beliefs, how does a selfish and weak addict get out of addiction?

Our beliefs prevent us from experiencing life as it is, and rob us of the experience of God consciousness

The point is, beliefs don’t work. They are filled with inner contradictions.  That’s why they’re just beliefs.  They confuse us.  They pressure us.  They ostracize us… The list goes on.

Beliefs are static interpretations of life experiences – snippets of information – that can never encompass the whole of reality and consciousness.  They are not reality, just an limited interpretation of reality.  Beliefs create inner and outer conflict.

They build walls of judgment and misunderstandings between us.  Beliefs are rules that limit our capacity to be conscious, wise, discerning, accepting, compassionate, forgiving, and loving, and to effect constructive change in our relationships and life.

They create a prison where we experience pain and suffering every time reality contradicts our beliefs.  Beliefs are the cause of most arguments, inner turmoil, ignorance, intolerance, rejection, feelings of not being good enough, separation between us, conflicts, violence, hatred, and war.

They are walls we build inside our own minds, or that we resonate with through the collective consciousness. Beliefs limit our personal expression, freedom, and creativity.  They smother us and weigh us down.

Beliefs don’t only separate us from ourselves and others, they keep us separated from God.  You can’t experience God through beliefs.  God is not of the mind, and cannot be limited by our own limited thoughts, which take the shape of beliefs.  God is beyond all form and all belief.

How are your beliefs limiting you in your relationships and life?

Today, introspect deeply about the limiting beliefs that you resonate with – some of which you may be aware of, some of which might still be subconscious.  How do they affect you?  How do they limit your capacity to experience life?  How do they come in the middle of your relationships?  How do they shape your self image?  How do they affect your relationship with God?

Understanding the limitations that the beliefs that you hold create in yourself, your relationships, and life can be the springboard to consciously choosing to free yourself from them.  If you need help releasing your limiting beliefs and uncovering subconscious beliefs that are leading to your current life results, then consider working with us.

When you release your beliefs, you release your limitations, and you invite new and more wholesome and God aligned experiences into your relationships and life.

Your life matters.  Your happiness matters.  Your fulfillment in life matters.  For more on what we do and how we can help you release your beliefs, click here: Services


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