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Time For Your “Mind Gym” – What Do You Believe In?



If you consider what you believe in, you’ll find that that your beliefs are varied – no denying. Some beliefs limit your progress in life; while other empowering beliefs guide you to keep striving, to keep thriving, and allow your confidence stunt-flying. Both mainly rely on the past conquered experiences, or whatever you have failed trying.

Then there are those beliefs whose source you cannot easily fathom. They come in the form of just feeling “trusting”, having a hunch,  “gut feeling”,  intuition, or simply having “faith” that’s undying.

Those, too, can come in two types: that “good feeling”; and that “not so good”. You know something beyond you is taking good care of your life course; that things will eventually unfold in line with your wishful source; and that the power of the unseen is right beside you and is backing you up full force. Whether you have the channels open for these, or not is a different story of course.

Those “good feeling” beliefs are quite a blessing, but those “not so good feeling” beliefs pave their way alarming you to stop, to shift gears, or to take caution as to avoid remorse. How many times have you tried hard to hush their voice? How many times have you ignored their persistent banging upon your inner psychic doors?

“The reason we choose what we believe in is based largely on our needs. This in turn depends on what your psyche feeds and repeats.” ~3Ds

You hold on onto selected beliefs by choice. All serve a purpose the end of which is not necessarily filled with rejoice. They hum loud and low orchestrating your life show…

Inspired, discouraged, stuck behind bars, or having only motivated thought, your beliefs push you, or pull you to do, or do not. Those which win are those you eventually pay attention to a lot….

And you may get tempted to ignore the screaming of your “gut feeling” and still choose to believe what may not be true, but in the end the truth prevails; and you’ll know that you knew more than you think you knew…. Give it time sunshine; don’t rush it through…

I have hunch you’ve read this all the way through (hehehe 🙂  ok, it’s more than a hunch) :). And by the way, having a bad hunch doesn’t necessarily become true that much…

Having faith always in your choices and world view…

Your Personal Coach


  1. April 30, 2014 at 4:29 pm

    I believe strongly in following one’s intuition, though that doesn’t mean we disconnect the wires to our brains. A nice balance is helpful to me, but when my intuition keeps on tugging at me to ignore what my brain is saying, I opt for the intuition and it has rarely betrayed me. I .like to divide those “UAC’s” into Unhelpful Absorbed Conditioning and Useful Acquired Concepts. Your messages are always so clever and make me want to take in every word, to make sure I miss nothing.


    • April 30, 2014 at 7:25 pm

      My very dearest Iris 😉 You always impress me by making the time to read my posts when I have so many pending to read of your own wisdom (I’m so behind) 😦 I think you’re better at managing your time in that way than I am 🙂 I love your comment 🙂 It took me back to ICA’s curriculum and those UACs. I can tell you have devised new meanings for these. That’s very helpful and indeed very true to balance brain & intuition. That which insists is more likely to win in the end 🙂 🙂
      Thanks for being there Iris 🙂 My gut feeling was always right about how gorgeous you are 🙂 🙂


      • April 30, 2014 at 7:29 pm

        So sweet. I love reading your posts, though don’t get to them right away. I am not so super good at time management myself, believe me. I just have certain favorite ones that I read. Yes, I never liked the Automatic Underlying Commitments term and keep trying to think of something that relays it a little more clearly.


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