Abrahm Hicks on Creating your Reality

What is a Belief?

A belief is an explanation for why things seem to happen that we accept to be true.

Just because we believe something to be true, doesn’t make it so. One definition of knowledge is when truth and belief overlap: (See above diagram).

A belief is different from a judgement, which involves consciously evaluating a proposition for its truth. If the conclusion is that it is true, judgement may lead to forming a belief. The belief acts as a representation of how part of the world works and therefore influence the actions we take in this world. If you believe something is true, you must be willing to act accordingly- otherwise you can’t claim belief.  Beliefs drive all our behavior, including how we react to the behavior of others.

Listen to the video below from the teachings of Abraham Hicks. This is where the Law of Attraction begins.

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