world around him. Man creates thought and the subconscious hold this thought as true until he
disproves or replaces the thought.
The blending these two minds form the basics of your personal beliefs. Through these beliefs,
we try to make sense out of the world. We use them to corroborate what have seen, and form
assumptions about probable results.
Think you only know the color “red” because at some point you were told it was red. Others
verified this and it became fact. So, is Red really Red? From a linguistic standpoint, based on the
English language, “Yes.” What if you where to travel to Hungary, now red is “piros”; when you
perceive red under a common 2500 Kelvin street lamp and now it's orange. The color is only a
perception of your conscious world supported by the previous beliefs.
Einstein, Bohr and Hawking have all arranged theories for review, some hold true today, some
took 50 years to disprove.
Consider for a moment how your outer world reflects your inner world. Nothing can happen, no
experience, no reaction, and no love without a parallel memory to associate. Without the Law
of Correspondence you would be a wondering generality in reaction to everything for the first
time. There would be no emotions attached to any specifics events life would be reactionary.
Be aware that your belief is creating your experience and you have a choice. You can dismiss
this belief, keep or change it. There is no judgment; a belief serves a purpose until no longer
Values and Viewpoints:
Your values are made up of everything that has happened, all your experiences and
include influences from: your parents and family, religious affiliation, friends and peers,
education, reading, and more. Effective people recognize these environmental influences and
develop a clear, concise, and meaningful set of values/beliefs, and priorities based on filtered
information based on these authoritative figures. Once defined, values impact every aspect of
You demonstrate and model your values in your personal and work behaviors, decision making,
contribution, and interpersonal interaction. You use your values to make decisions about
priorities in your daily life. Your goals and life purpose are grounded in your values.
When our actions and words are aligned with our values, life is generally congruent and we feel
content, confident and satisfied. But when our behaviors don’t match-up with our values, we
soon begin to sense an uneasiness that begins to swell and grow inside of us. Living your values
is one of the most powerful tools available to help you be the person you want to be, to help
you accomplish your goals and dreams, and to help you lead and influence others.
Mind and Beliefs: We have a caretaker of our physical and mental beings which
determines what we experience. Our values, beliefs and experiences are created in exact
proportion to the belief of how we view ourselves. The minds filter every day experiences into
positive and negative thoughts while the physical being separates sensations into pain and
pleasure. These thoughts and sensations are constantly interacting, ether in agreement or at
odds and determining your state.