The Cycle of Beliefs
What you believe becomes your experience, although you might
argue that you only believe it because it
is your experience. This is pretty much a chicken-or-egg argument, because
whether you started to believe in limitation before you experienced it, or
experienced it and then believed it, the point is that it’s a cycle.
It keeps happening, you keep noticing that it’s happening,
and this reinforces your belief that this is “how it is.” This belief keeps you
from opening your mind to entertain different possibilities, or taking
different actions that could produce different results. Your focus on the
existing situation also makes you a match to the continuation of similar
In other words, you are right
to believe what you believe. It is clearly true, but the valid question is, do
you want it to continue to be true? If you want aspects of your life to change,
you have to change the beliefs that keep perpetuating these aspects.