Change your perception, change your reality Part IV

(continued from previous post) Sometimes we experience changes in our perception and perspective overnight — as if by magic. We ask questions about our lives and, at some point, the information arrives and we feel spontaneously “enlightened.” But, whether you use prayer, affirmations, hypnosis, meditation, or one of the many, highly-effective change techniques available today such as the Z-Point Process for Instant Emotional Healing when your thoughts change, your beliefs change; and when your beliefs change, your life changes. And there is not a single limiting belief that you can’t…

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Change your perception, change your reality Part III

(continued from previous post) Essentially, the things we think about come from three primary sources — sometimes called the three instruments of knowledge. There are, presumably, three ways you can come to know something. Obviously, you must know of something for it to be a part of your thoughts and conscious reality or experience. These are the ways we come to know the things in our experience: 1. Perception — Acquiring information from the world via Sensory Perception (Sight, Sound, Taste, Smell, Touch…) 2. Inference — Combining information acquired via…

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Change your perception, change your reality Part II

(continued from previous post) By creating new perceptions, you can actually create new realities. Throughout the ages people have used prayer, meditation, contemplation, concentration, and other mental faculties to change perceptions and create new realities. Think-tanks are used by governments, advertisers, and researchers to break through the limitations of current perceptions and create new realities. The common theme is, “As a man thinketh, so it is done unto him;” or, “If man can imagine it, man can do it.” Henry Ford said, “If you think you can, or think you…

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Change your perception, change your reality

I’m sure you’ve heard the saying, “Perception is reality.” Perception, however, is only part of the picture. The greater part of REALITY lies beyond your perception and defies human definitions or explanations. Some ancient cultures speak of the ultimate reality – God – as that which cannot be spoken of or about. Thus, reality remains hidden and not only unknown, but unknowable. All we can really know, in a traditional sense, is that which isn’t hidden. All we can know are these passing, temporary, transient, illusory experiences that come out…

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