A simple pattern of how we create our reality:
Your beliefs dictate your thoughts.
Your thoughts lead to your actions.
Your actions create results.
Your results lead to your beliefs.
This is a self-reinforcing cycle.
If you want to change a belief, the first step is awareness. You must become aware of the belief and the actions you take that reinforce that belief.
You must be willing to look objectively at how your beliefs translate to your behaviors.
Then you must be willing to do the work. Nobody can make this change for you or create the shift in you.
This is an inside job.
Beliefs are rooted in knowledge. Knowledge is expressed through physical embodiment.
Reading books, attending seminars, and participating in online programs are not enough to change your beliefs and behaviors.
Repeating new beliefs every day will not change your beliefs.
These things can help in your process, but you must do the work. And the work involves action.
Your beliefs are shaped by your actions and experiences. You express your true beliefs through what you do, not through what you say you believe.
The only way to recondition a new belief is through consistent, intentional action.
This is the work of ritual.