"Hi. Welcome back to another video. In this one, I want to share with you the missing link to the idea of the secret, or the law of attraction. The reason I want to do this is because one of the most common things I see with this is a misunderstanding with thinking that all we have to do is think a certain way, focus on a certain thing, and then it'll be brought into our life experience. Beyond just that, I want to give you a scenario, like understanding an example that can really help us understand why it's more important to look at it from a new point of view. You could have a guy, for example, who wants to manifest a Lamborghini into his life experience, so he might sit on his couch for a couple hours a day, and just sit there thinking about a Lamborghini. He might focus on it, and the thing is, is he might go out later in the day, and he might see more Lamborghinis around because his RAS, the reticular activating system in his brain, what he focuses on, is pulling more of those so that he sees them, but he might not actually pull it into his reality unless he understands that it's more than just that.
"That's what I'm going to be sharing with you today. It's understanding that more so important than just what we think about is our beliefs about what we think to be true. Whatever we believe to be true will always be reflected back to us, so that guy that's sitting there thinking about a Lamborghini, if he doesn't think he's worthy of it, and he doesn't think that he can actually have it, doesn't matter how much he thinks about it because his beliefs will negate it actually happening in his life. There's another part of this. A necessary part of this process is understanding that we must take massive action to get what we want in our life. Why is massive action so important? What massive action does or just action is understanding that when we take action, what we do are open up opportunities. We open up pathways for what we want to happen to actually flow into our life experience.
"If that guy just sits on the couch thinking about it but he's not actually taking any action, it's not as likely that he will actually bring it into his life experience because he's not taking massive action, and he doesn't even believe that he can have it. He doesn't believe he's worthy of it, and he doesn't believe it could even come into his life experience. The key to this is understanding that we can change what we believe to be true by getting to the core of how we think the way we do. Understand this. Most of what we believe to be true was brought into our life, or was a part of our life very early on. Between the ages of when we're born to about the age of 11, most of what we believe to be true is formed, and this happens through one of two ways. It's either one, through what our parents believe to be true, so a lot of times we will absorb the beliefs and thoughts of our parents, a lot of times at subconscious levels, but the other part of this is understanding that there are certain reference experiences that we've had that give us and shape the way we see the world.
"For example, if you go to school maybe in kindergarten and somebody steps on your toe, and bullies you, the idea is that you might then start to believe that you're unworthy, or start to believe that people are always out to get you. If you develop and continue to perpetuate that, there'll be time and time again in life experience where that reflects back because that's the belief about who that person is. The point of this is understanding that if we get to the core of why we think the way we do, and all we have to do is simply ask a question, what would I have to believe is true to perpetuate this pattern over and over again? Maybe if you're a girl or woman for example, and you find yourself in the same situation with a guy, even though it's a different guy, maybe a similar type pattern, maybe a guy doesn't treat you right, and then you get into a new relationship and it's the same type of thing. That could be because at some level, when you were younger, either maybe you saw your dad treat your mom that way, or you had a referenced experience where somebody treated you a certain way, and you don't feel yourself as worthy, and that's what you think you deserve. Therefore, that pattern keeps being perpetuated over and over again.
"Here's one of the best parts about this, is if you simply become aware of what that pattern was, of what that referenced experience was, the moment that you identify what it is, it goes away. That's simply because when you become aware of what it is, you simply realize that that was one perspective that you had.
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This video is about The Truth on the Secret: The Missing Key to the Law of Attraction