Apr 17, 2015

Creating Our Own Realities


Our personal truths are our beliefs  -  and our beliefs are what we use to make our choices and decisions.  This in turn plays a large part in creating our own reality.


Our truth is our belief and if that belief is that we are not deserving of any ‘good’, that we are worthless, stupid, not good enough etcetera, then that is our truth.  It is what we believe about ourselves.


Our truths and beliefs are held deep in our subconscious and affect us on a soul level. They are often not truths and beliefs that we consciously think about or recognize within ourselves;  although we often see and judge them in others.


The attributes and behaviours of others that irk and irritate us are often our own truths, and a reflection of what we ourselves are denying. We recognise the traits we ourselves possess on a subconscious level, and this irritates us. It is our response to our recognition of the behaviour or belief that we ourselves hold within us.


When we recognise what irritates us in others, we can begin to recognise our own negative beliefs and subconscious fears that come into play when creating our own reality.  What we recognise as someone else’s vulnerability is a reflection of our own subconscious vulnerability.


Changing our beliefs changes our personal truths, and this in turn changes our lives.


As humans, we often make up many reasons why we cannot, will not and should not change our beliefs and truths.  This is akin to being stuck with self-destructive negative truths that we believe about ourselves.


Our truths and beliefs can sabotage our well-being on every level.


When we choose to change the belief (our truth) that is causing disharmony (be it emotional, physical or mental) then our entire outlook changes along with it, newly creating our own reality to suit the positive changes.


Once we reach self-awareness and truly understand ourselves, we are able to change our self-beliefs and internal truths.


It can be as simple as deciding that we no longer want to be un-well (in any way). Once we make that decision, our truths can be changed and we are then able to manifest and create our own well-ness, in effect, creating our own reality.


Many invalid negative beliefs anchor themselves in our subconscious minds after a traumatic experience and/or reinforcement by others. By doing some inner-work and acknowledging our truths and believes, we are able to change our reality.


By changing the belief and taking control of our inner-truths we are able to heal ourselves and our lives and create well-ness on all levels. When we make the connection between what we feel, what we think, what we believe within ourselves and what we are manifesting into our lives, we fully participate in creating our own reality.


Loving ourself is the most important thing that we can do, and most often it is something that we forget.


Creating our own reality is empowering;  but we need to ensure that the reality we create for ourselves is a positive one.


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Joanne Walmsley
Sacred Scribes