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Steps for Creating Empowering Belief Statements Cheat Sheet (DRAFT) by [deleted]

Steps for Creating Empowering Belief Statements

This is a draft cheat sheet. It is a work in progress and is not finished yet.


It is important to understand that who we are today is a direct result of the subcon­scious progra­mming we received and have operated from earlier in our lives. Likewise, we all have progra­mming that is no longer supporting us or our develo­pment.

Assuming you are now an adult, you would not be able to operate well in an adult world from this perspe­ctive. You would never get anything accomp­lished if you didn’t speak up at work or in other enviro­nments where your input is important and necessary.

If this belief was your progra­mming as a child, and it was never updated as you grew older, your life would be one of minimalism and ineffe­ctive outcomes

Steps for creating empowering belief statem­ents.

1. Short: When you write a belief statement it should be short and no more than one sentence in length. Shorter sentences are much better than rambling statem­ents.
2. Meanin­gful: The belief statement should be meanin­gful; that is emotio­nally moving and important. If there is little interest in the belief then it won’t do much for you once it is installed as a new operating program.
3. Quanti­fiable: It is helpful if there is measur­ement included in the new belief statement. This means giving the belief statement some quanti­fiable point/s. Include how many hours, days, or weeks something will manifest within, or the amount of money you will see in your savings account.
4. Concrete: Your desires need to be concrete. Since the subcon­scious mind doesn’t interpret abstract thoughts your statements need to be clear and precise and explain exactly what you mean and want.
5. Realistic: Beliefs need to be realistic, something you know you can attain. It can be better to stair-step your belief statements and keep increasing your goals rather than shooting for something that seems so distant that it appears unatta­inable. Big goals can be stated and worked with. If you want to be an astronaut or millio­naire you can balance for that with PSYCH-K and include smaller steps to get to your goals.

Steps continued

6. Timely: Create your belief statements using a reasonable time frame so you can acknow­ledge receiving the benefit of your goal. This allows you to remember you created the belief supporting the manife­sta­tion. If something you want in your life is too far in the future, you may not remember you actually created a belief statement about it.
7. First Person: Belief statements should always be created in first person. You can never press yourself upon another person. You are doing work for and with yourself, for your own well being. Therefore, use the word I, my, or me in your statem­ents. Let other people take care of themse­lves.
8. Present Tense: The subcon­scious lives only in the present tense. Even if something occurred 15 years ago the subcon­scious still thinks of it as if it were happening right now. Eliminate any reference in your belief statements that indicates future or past tense. This includes words such as can, want, will (future tense) and did, had, wanted (past tense).
9. Important: Your belief statement should be about important changes you desire to have in your life. If something is unimpo­rtant or frivolous it isn’t something really worth changing. Focus on what you really do want to have in your life!
10. Positive: Your statement must be written in positive terms. Use of the words, “not”, “no”, or words using “un-” at the beginning, or contra­ctions with “n’t” at the end of them, or use of double negatives cause confusion for the subcon­scious mind. The subcon­scious mind does not hear or pay attention to the negative. Re-read your statement without using the negative word, is this what you want in your life?
11. Specific: Be very specific about what you want and need in your life. Being vague will bring you vague results. When you are specific your subcon­scious knows exactly what you want and mean. Write your belief statements out and reflect on them a bit. This takes the thought out of your head and allows you to see it on paper. You may think you have clearly expressed your statement, yet when it is written, you see that it is unclear. Specif­icity is the golden key to a well organized belief change statement