What do you Believe to be True?

Law_Of_Attraction-300x214What came first the chicken or the egg?

Did your beliefs create your life experience, or did your life experience create your beliefs?

Where did your beliefs come from? You most likely didn’t choose them through careful consideration of the sort of life they would produce for you.

Most of your beliefs were probably adopted from your parents, your teachers, your friends, complete strangers, and the environment you grew up in.

A belief is truth for the person who holds that belief; it is not necessarily truth for everyone. The reason for this is that beliefs are not universal truths they are chosen truths. In other words everybody gets to choose what they believe.

The beliefs we hold are reflected in our life experience. I’m sure you have plenty of evidence that proves your beliefs to be true but if you take a moment and look around you will find that there are people living lives that contradict your beliefs. This is because they hold beliefs that support their life experience, just as your beliefs support your life experience.

So how can both your beliefs and the other person’s beliefs be true when they contradict each other?

The answer is simple: they can’t be true.

For something to be true it must apply to everyone, everywhere. This means that very few things on this planet are actually true. In fact, the only things that I can think of that are true for everyone, everywhere are universal laws.

Gravity, for example, is a universal law. Everyone and everything on earth is attracted to the ground. You can try and resist this law by pushing against it and, for a time, you may actually succeed – like jumping in the air or flying a plane – but the moment you relax, gravity will pull you back to the ground.

The Law of Attraction is also a universal law. The Law of Attraction is:

 ‘That which is like unto itself is drawn*’

What this means is, to that which you put your attention or focus on, more of the same will be drawn to you, giving the illusion of it being true.

Now, I say illusion but for the person holding the belief it will feel very real and their life will reflect its reality.

Ironically, if you choose not to believe in the Law of Attraction, the law will support your belief by providing you with more reasons not to believe in it.

The Law of Attraction is not about truth, it is about supporting your chosen beliefs, whatever they may be. The Law of Attraction is not interested in the state of your life, it is there to support what you choose to believe – pleasant or unpleasant. So this means that, unless your beliefs and desires are congruent, you will manifest into your life what you choose to believe and not necessarily what you want.

The Law of Attraction works diligently, twenty-four seven. It will support and strengthen any belief, positive or negative, until you change that belief, allowing the possibility for a different outcome in your life.

The Law of Attraction applies to everything in your life: health, prosperity, relationships, career, popularity, confidence – you name it and it is affected by what you believe.

So lets sum it up:

Beliefs are not truth.

You have the power to choose any belief you like.

What you choose to believe will be manifested into you life through The Law of Attraction.




It’s a bit of a no brainer. Choose beliefs that are congruent with what you want and get rid of the ones that don’t support what you want.




* Esther Hicks

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You’re not the Boss of Me!


It is not uncommon to see children stamping their feet and declaring, ‘You’re not the boss of me!’

Many people believe that this behaviour is unacceptable, that children need to be disciplined when they behave in this way and that they need to be taught who’s really the boss.

So why do children behave like this?

They behave in this way because they haven’t yet had the independence knocked out of them. They believe that they are their own boss – and they are right.

Throughout our lives we are trained to obey authority through fear of consequence. As children we are taught that if we don’t do what our parents tell us to do we will be punished. If we misbehave we risk being sent to our room or being yelled at. When we behave ourselves we are rewarded for our obedience.

We learn to fear authority figures (our parents, teachers, adults in general) and to seek their approval, and in doing so we lose our independence. Many adults won’t tell their parents certain things because they still fear that lack of approval.

Even as adults most of us believe that the authority figures in our lives control us.

We fear our employers because we believe that they control our financial security.

We fear our governments and their laws because we know that if we break them we will be punished.

We fear authority figures because we believe that they hold some sort of power over our life. We worry that they may choose to take some action that will be detrimental to our life, based on their judgement of us. We try to pre-empt what these authorities may desire of us and do our best to give them what we think they want, never really displaying our true self because we fear they will judge us as inappropriate.

We believe that, as human beings, it is our fate to serve and please our superiors and our creator – God, The Universe, Source, That Infinite Intelligence that governs and runs our world. I like to call the all-powerful energy ‘The Manager’ because a manager works for you.

What most of us don’t realise is that our world is managed by predictable universal Laws. Unlike the human laws that we impose upon ourselves, universal laws cannot be broken.

These laws are based on cause and effect – each thought you think, each word you speak, each action you take gives off a vibration that The Manager will respond to based on universal law.

You cannot mislead The Manager

You cannot hide from The Manager

You are intimately connected to The Manager

The Manager does not judge; The Manager serves you based on your vibration.

The Manager is your servant, not the other way around. You hold infinite power to create your life exactly the way you want it to be. There is nothing in the universe that has more influence over your life than you.

Instead of trying to please others and gain their approval, learn to master yourself and your communication with The Manager.


Once you learn to effectively communicate your desires to The Manager, and you realise that you are in control, that you call the shots, that you create your own life there will be no limit to what you can do or have.

Learn how to call the shots in your life and



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