> How to Re-awaken Our Natural Mind of a Child The Belief Closet

Peace and Joy
be with you and yours.

Re-awakening the Mind of a Child:
Loving Kindness


Absence of Entification
Absence of Unnecessary Conditioning
Absence of Unnecessary Thinking
Absence of Time and
   its Perception

Absence of Selfish Anger
Absence of Unnecessary

Attachment Theory
Belief Systems
Belief Systems Types
Belief Systems Lie
Reality Types Realist
Reality Types Idealist
Reality Types Liberal
Reality Types Conservative
Reality Types Matrix
Reality Types Diagonal
Reality Types Presenting-
   Shadow Personality

Reality Types
   Collapsing Personalities

Reality Types Absolute Reality
Reality Types Awareness
The Human Condition
Human Condition
   Essential Scripts

Human Condition Facts of Life
Human Condition Facts of Life

Human Condition
   Secondary Gain

Human Condition Fear:
   The Foundation

Tibetan Meditation 1
Tibetan Meditation 2
Alternative: The Belief Closet
Appreciating I
Appreciating II
Thank you

Level Two

The Belief Closet Process

Have you accomplished all your goals? –educational, financial, personal, social, spiritual, relational?
Is your life one of (near) perfect harmony? –with self?, others?
Are you living your life or is your life living you?

Given Particle Physics and Quantum Mechanics:
From The Quantum and the Lotus by Matthieu Ricard & Trinh Xuan Thuan (ISBN 1-4000-8079-7) we find the physicist David Bohm summarizing the conversation of Quantum Mechanics/Particle Physics thusly:

Reality is what we take to be true.
What we take to be true is what we believe.
What we believe is based upon our perceptions.
What we perceive depends upon what we look for.
What we look for depends on what we think.
What we think depends on what we perceive.
What we perceive determines what we believe.
What we believe determines what we take to be true.
What we take to be true is our reality. (p. 121.)

What is your reality? What do you like or not like about your reality? What is comfortable or uncomfortable about your reality? What would you like to change? Change involves simply changing your beliefs. To identify beliefs that are not serving you, you first have to find them. To do so, respond to the following questions in a word or two with what first comes to mind (no editing):

  • What negative things do you believe about yourself?
  • What are your most negative attributes?
  • What do you not like about yourself?
  • What negative things do other people think of you?
  • How do you answer the question: Who am I?
How do we resolve beliefs or belief systems? First, what is a belief? A belief is but a metaphor we use in conventional reality to umbrella certain electro–chemical activities in our brains via synapses. Other electro–chemical activities we may term thought, hopes, desires, or dreams. Hence, there are no actual beliefs as such. The lie in every belief is that 1) there is a belief and 2) that belief is absolutely true (at least in my case) - itself, yet another belief.

There are many ways to resolve or discharge misaligned electro–chemical activities. One process is called The BeliefCloset. The human brain stores information (energy packets) via analogies. The BeliefCloset is a most effective analog process in realigning the imaginal realm to enhance one's happiness, satisfaction and realization of goals: personal, social, financial, relationship goals. What we take to be true is our reality. What we take to be true is what we believe. Perhaps even re-awaken your own child-like, awe inspiring Mind of a Child.

What would you like your reality to be?
How would you like your reality to be?
Who are you?

Once you learn The BeliefCloset process in an hour or so, you can use it on your own or have further experiences with a Belief Closet Practitioner. Cost? A donation, if possible. As with all things in Life, it is totally up to you. To set-up a phone (in some instances even Skype) or in-person session, send an e-mail noting, if referred, the name of the person who referred you to:

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and should not be treated as medical, psychiatric, psychological or behavioral health care advice.
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