Originally Posted by Richard_Todd
To me it's all the same. You can't just eliminate a fear because you want to. A fear stems from a belief about something. To eliminate a fear, you have to change the underlying beliefs, or change your circumstances so that your existing beliefs no longer generate the fear.
EDIT: I should add that I think it's wonderful that you are so open-minded about this stuff.
Yeah, it might be the same, fears or beliefs, only that I understand it better talking about beliefs... more intelectual and less "emotional" or so...
The important thing would be to have accurate beliefs, right ones. Or Steve would say "empowering beliefs".
Imagine you have the belief that Wealth=Happiness. That's not "accurate"... I think... it may lead you to wrong ways... your subjective reality may look as if someone is fighting with you and taking away your happiness or so.
So, if you intend to be happy... you may change your belief... but you need to be open-minded about it, because if you're stuck in Wealth=Happiness you're not gonna manifest happiness.
Now I think about "wrong and right beliefs". Yes, reality is subjective but there are "universal truths" or "enpowering truths" that are the things you "oughta now", I think.
Like most of the blogs of Steve... etc.
Wisdom may be to know right beliefs. These beliefs will make your Subjective Reality more a Enpowering Reality or so. Or less disempowering...
These reminds me of art. Artists tell you how we are, how we feel... they may reflect beliefs... Things that touch you deep down inside.
Artist are not PD people, they don't guide... they just try to say what's really important in life. Or what's life really.
I might have reminded Billy Joel "Tell Her About It" because of my love interest...
"Give her every reason to accept
That you're for real"
It had to be written somewhere...
yeah Billy, that's it.