Changing core beliefs can change your life. Do you believe that? Let’s start this topic by asking a few questions.
Do you believe everything you hear? How do you decide whether to believe what people say?
Do you only believe certain people? How do you decide who you believe?
Do you only believe certain things? How do you decide what you believe?
Politicians, religious hucksters, and get-rich-quick gurus all have the same goal: Changing core beliefs. If they can get you to believe what they want you to believe, they have you hooked.
Beware: Changing core beliefs can either save or damn you. Put yourself in control right now.
Can someone fool you? You might think no one can if you haven’t paid attention to the news. Every day, investors get tricked into fake opportunities, desperate people get lured into cults, and politicians get re-elected over and over. Someone can fool you, and the can easily do the job.
Understanding beliefs can help prepare yourself to become conscious of your beliefs.
Changing Core Beliefs: How People Do It
People who want to control you will try to conceal the truth and discourage you from objectively evaluating their position. Such people will do everything possible to shield you from contradictions, so they can have power over you. Understanding beliefs can give you the first line of defense against people who want to control you. Build on that foundation by learning the tools used to push you toward changing core beliefs that you once held dear.
Five Ways “They” Push You Toward Changing Core Beliefs
Effective strategies for changing core beliefs involve multiple tactics, so they come in infinite forms. Let’s begin understanding these strategies by examining the five ways people use to get you to believe something.
#1 Changing Core Beliefs Using Rewards or Punishment
- It’s not worth applying for tax exempt status if you oppose the prevailing views of IRS administrators.
- The government has the power to suppress political speech.
- Anyone wanting to start a tax-exempt organization better display Democrat tendencies to get the reward (i.e., tax-exempt status).
On the road, the police, under normal circumstances, will use their uniform, badge, authority, and ticket book to write you a summons. They want you to punish you for your belief that you can get away with speeding.
How about your life at home? Have you ever heard of a man or woman changing core beliefs to match the religious views of their spouse?