Why is the money always gone?
"Not again!" - Now I had just saved a little more money than normal and then the car breaks down. Always the same! Or not?
Anyway, it seems to me like this: If I've just swum a bit financially, unforeseen expenses come: Something is broken or something else is absolutely necessary and costs more than expected.
The money disappears, it is hardly there. There seems to be an invisible upper limit that I can not go beyond.
In the perfection delusion
"Damn! Another mistake! " - I was so careful and still I didn't succeed perfectly. Again not - as always! I concentrate, go through everything again and the moment I send the mail, one spelling error jumps in my face. Too late! Do you know that? Something happens over and over again, although we are careful, we want to concentrate, we want to do it better. Can these recurring scenarios have something to do with our inner attitude and convictions and what exactly is happening there?
In order to survive, we rely on running some things on autopilot: some by nature - all within the body, like the metabolism - others based on experience and learning processes.
Normally, we only have to touch a hot hotplate once to avoid it for the rest of ours. Our brain thus learns very quickly, from our own experience or by looking away from others, and it tends to become generalizations:
It's always like that!
The hotplate was hot, so all hotplates are hot. - When it went wrong, then it always goes wrong. At the same time, children aged 0 - 10 are extremely open to accepting the beliefs of others (parents, teachers) almost unasked.
Over time, we sometimes come to believe that something is always like that. "I can't do this!", "I don't like math!" or "Nobody likes me!" are some of the internal beliefs or beliefs that once unconsciously accepted are not easily erased.
Brain in speed noise
Our brain loves speed and therefore also generalizations. They are a time saver and serve as a protective mechanism. If we were to take the hot plate every time, life would be half as fast - and more painful.
Everything that we perceive is “channeled” through our belief filter and only that which is compatible with our beliefs is consciously perceived.
Nobody likes me?
The sentence “Nobody likes me!” (originated in kindergarten, when you had a suboptimal day and got on the nerves of the educators and other children and actually someone said: "I don't like you!") can haunt you for a lifetime.
Our perception filter then confirms this attitude every day anew - we are oppressed to others, so they have a reason to avoid us or we are simply ignored.
What beliefs do you have?
Know your salary cap; Your upper and lower limits of weight; Your conviction of how a partnership runs and how long it lasts?
Just question your own beliefs!
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