Beleife Systems, Personal Development, Perspectives

Path to Mastery

Path to Mastery:

The first step on the path to mastery is to determine your purpose, your why for life. You can do this by looking at your current life and determining what it is that you love, what you enjoy. Once you established that, discover why you love doing it and that will lead you to yourself purpose.

In previous blogs I have written about the power of thoughts becoming things and how everything in our existence is created twice, first as a thought and then as a thing. When embracing your self purpose you will find that old patterns will arise making you feel that you for whatever reason can not fulfill this purpose, you are not good enough, not smart enough, not deserving enough, the list goes on.

In previous blogs I have also written about how to change an old habit, we must first change the thought about it. William Seidmans and Richard Grbacacs work states you that around the 6-8 week mark of changing an old thought/habit/belief, the old habit will do whatever it can to protect itself from distinction. That may look like every excuse imaginable coming into play. All you have to do is become aware of it and override it, reach out. You will find that around week 8-9 your brain will accept that old habit, belief as a false signal from the brain.

In life there is no such thing as failure, there is only feedback. People that are well along their path to mastery learn something from every situation they are in and turn it around as a learning experience no matter what.

The brain has an incredible ability to change. We can use the intellectual part of the brain to re-pattern the rest of the brain. It is a self directed process.



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