I just went through a 2-day training with David Neagle here in Denver, at the Ritz Carlton hotel. It was called “Mindset for Maximum Prosperity.”
This is my third Neagle event this year. As expected, the content was mind-blowing. It’s all about how to adjust your thinking, your beliefs, and your actions in order to create massive success for yourself.
One of the big themes talked about was the concept of free will — how every person has the right to make their own choices, including whether or not they want to die.
People have the right to choose whether they’re healthy or sick… whether making money is easy or hard… and whether life overall is easy or difficult.
The true nature of the universe is EASE, GRACE, and HARMONY. So anything that contradicts this is the direct result of our own personal choice to make things difficult, filled with struggle, and chaotic.
Ever notice that most people walk around, truly believing that “Life is hard”?
They experience all kinds of circumstances that reinforce this belief…and they say, “See? Look at what I’m experiencing. Life really IS hard.” Their belief gets further crystallized, and everything in their life confirms their belief.
But here’s the thing…it’s just a belief.
It’s a pretty unhelpful belief, at that.
I love what David told the group: “If you get cancer, who’s the one that created the cancer? You did. It’s your body. Who has the power to heal it? You do. It’s your choice to heal, or not.”
Create a belief system that says “Life is easy.”
What if you had a belief system that says, “Life is easy. Health is easy. Wealth is easy. Relationships are easy.”
…And all of your experiences began to reflect this new belief system?
That’d be amazing, right?!?
But some people truly don’t want things to be easy. And that’s their choice.
Personally, I’m someone who wants things to be easy. (I didn’t always used to prefer ease, though.)
Recently I realized I was telling myself over and over again, “Learning a new dance choreography is hard for me.” And sure enough, I would struggle to retain the moves on any new choreo I learned.
So I decided to change the language I was using. I started telling myself, “Learning a new choreography is getting easier and easier. I’m picking up the moves faster and faster.”
Lo and behold, my experience started to change. New choreographies are getting easier to learn…thereby reinforcing my new belief.
We can change any belief we want to change. But first we need to be aware that we hold a certain belief that’s not serving us.
Do you believe online sales are hard to make? Or easy?
Deep down, do you have a value system that prizes difficulty and struggle over ease and simplicity?
Do you believe, “I have to do everything myself”?
Do you think it’s wrong or selfish to get help and support?
Do you believe “It takes a long time to make a lot of money”? or “I have to wait until X happens before I can do Y?”
If you believe any of these things…then your current value system and your beliefs are limiting your success.
Where did the above ideas come from? Who taught them to you? Are they accurate? Are they serving you now?
What if you created a NEW value system and a new belief system that says “Life is easy. Sales are easy. Making money is easy.” ?
It all goes back to choice. What do you choose to believe?
If a belief isn’t serving you, ask yourself why you’re still holding onto it. Why not just let it go? You have the power to change it.