Life is constantly changing.

I like to think that life is a sequence of changes.

If life changes all the time, how about your beliefs?

Like everything in life, your beliefs change as well.

When you think about beliefs do you know what they mean?

Beliefs are everything that you hold to be true. However, the truth can change as well. For instance, what used to be true in the past may not be so now.

Let me share a personal experience. In the late ’70s and early ’80s, I believed and therefore it was true to me at that time that the only way to write an essay or a dissertation was by using a typewriter. So, I bought my first IBM electric typewriter because it was easier, quicker and more efficient than handwriting long texts.

Also, at that time I believed that the only way for me to do thorough research was to go to the library and use all the books relevant to my research.

Those were not necessarily negative beliefs and they were all true at that time.

A few years later though the school I used to work at bought a computer for the teachers to use, rendering my typewriter obsolete.

Nowadays, I don’t even need to use a computer to write anything. I can use a tablet or my phone. And if I want to do any kind of research all I need to do is to click on google wherever I am.

The purpose of this video is to encourage you to review your beliefs.

Compare the beliefs you had in the past to your circumstance now and notice if they are still relevant.

If they are still useful and relevant if they still support you in all areas of your life then keep them.

If not, get rid of them.

If you are wondering why you should get rid of beliefs that are no longer true to you, the answer is simple: to make room for beliefs that are useful and relevant to you now.

Holding on to old beliefs as if you are holding on to dear life, causes resistance which then causes anxiety and fear.

Let’s take action right now.

Review your beliefs.

Do a then and now review and check if your beliefs are still relevant and useful.

If they are keep them, if not let them go and replace them for beliefs that are relevant to your circumstances now.

If you find resistance in doing this exercise, let’s have a chat.

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I am here to support you.

Please share this blog with others so they too can review their beliefs.

By the way, if you don’t know what a typewriter is, google it.