Frame of Reference

We choose how to respond to external or outside influences at any given moment. When we release our limiting belief patterns, we change how we respond to events and act from a place of internal Power, creating conditions in our life aligned with our Highest Good.

Fears, doubts, and lack of confidence occur when we unknowingly filter our thoughts through limiting core beliefs. We may have learned these limiting beliefs in response to childhood parenting, our culture, or through a traumatic experience. Many of us worry about people, places, and things or external influences without recognizing and accepting internal Power within our intuitive core consciousness. We may feel separate from our Source. People sometimes say, “I don’t really know myself,” or “I feel like something is wrong” or “I feel like something is missing.”

We can re-train ourselves to intuitively respond from a powerful depth within ourselves, where our core beliefs, values, goals, and true intentions are aligned with Clarity, Peace, and Love. We can re-align ourselves from a place deep within us where we cannot be hurt, do not re-experience past hurt, and know that no matter what we have done or witnessed, we are always loved and safe. It is at that time when we truly “know our Self” and experience Joy.

This can be accomplished through the development of a personal spiritual practice involving meditation in silence, guided meditations, visioning meditations, and through the use of affirmations. It is also helpful to seek help from a spiritual practitioner who has similar beliefs to your own. In this way we create new powerful beliefs increasing our confidence and emotional strength. We learn to respond to experiences from our personal place of Power and Clarity, a frame of reference within ourselves.

12 thoughts on “Frame of Reference”

  1. Amen, Tim. This is a very powerful post. Indeed, we do view our entire world through the lens of our limiting beliefs. Sometimes, it may even surprise us when they pop up. There were/are many times in my life when I behaved, thought, or responded in a certain way, only to realize later it ‘triggered’ this reaction only because of the lens I viewed the initial circumstance is. It happens so very quickly. Yet, using that hindsight to begin the healing journey only makes awareness in the moment, for the future, that much easier.

    Thank you for sharing this critically important message. We can change our lives when we change our thinking. I love what you said, “we are always loved and safe.” God bless you and yours. I pray you are staying safe, well, happy and blessed!

    1. Thank you for your comment. I like the way you described viewing our world as if through the lens of limiting beliefs. The experience of cleaning the lens is certainly healing and requires a personal awareness or recognition. Stay safe.

  2. “We choose how to respond to external or outside influences at any given moment….”
    Yes, we have the ability to do so , yet in most of the cases instead of responding, we react….experience talking. It takes insight, desire to change, time and practice to change reaction to response. Same goes for our thoughts: we actually have the power and the ability to choose thoughts, yet we do not choose the feelings thoughts are wrapped in by conditioning…. and there you have the same loop all over again: reaction instead of response.
    How to change beliefs that no longer serve the person? Change implies making new choices in the known situations, and making these choices every time again until the new choice becomes “usual”.
    A person needs insight to start with; desire to change, practice new belief. Be more of the observer/ listener instead of consumed participant in the string of events. It is possible to re-educate our own attention to serve us, instead of being dissipated all over. Meditation is a great space and tool in this matter, once a person wants to change.

    1. Yes, I couldn’t agree more. Thank you for your insightful comment. It takes a desire to grow and a maturing mindset to move forward. Most practices that stop any reaction to an event include a form of meditation, tuning in, or contemplation. Be safe.

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