You Always Do What You Believe

Welcome back to the current issue of the Law of Attraction Key Newsletter!

Beliefs – we hear about them all the time – negative beliefs, positive beliefs, subconscious beliefs – change your beliefs and you change your life…

Even if it feels like you have been stuck in this kind of belief conversation – you can be free and I have brought Dr. Alex Loyd in to help you in our article today…

If you have heard me interview Dr. Loyd you know he is someone to pay attention to – he is warm and genuine and what he shares, works – so give yourself something powerful today and read the article he wrote for us.

In the Quick Tip section of this issue I share an easy way to release the hidden beliefs that are holding you back – you can start using this tip TODAY.

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“What do you need to believe to
live the life of your dreams?”

— Kristen Howe


You Always Do What You Believe

By Dr. Alex Loyd

I began to develop these Secret Spiritual Laws of Nature when I first started my private practice in counseling and therapy.  In a very short period of time I had a six-month waiting list, and I give the great majority of the credit for that to these Secret Spiritual Laws of Nature.  They can create an instant “aha” that changes a person’s perspective and attitude, and because of that, a lot of other things that people are working on will also change.  I mainly realized these through prayer.  I consider them a gift.

You Always Do What You Believe

If you find that you simply are not able to be the person you want to be or live your life the way you think it should be lived, the underlying issues are always your beliefs.  And a belief is always an issue of the heart, not of the head.  I’m going to make a statement that I’ve made for many years.  I’ve had people look at me cross-ways when I say it and shake their heads, “No, no.  That can’t be …”  Just give me a chance to explain after you hear it, because in my experience it is absolutely the truth.  Here it is:

You do what you believe 100% of the time.

And the corollary is also true:  You never do anything that you don’t believe.  If you are doing something that you consider wrong or counterproductive, it is because you believe something wrong or counterproductive.  If you are doing something that is right or good or constructive, it’s because you believe something right or good or constructive.

Let’s get practical about what this means.  If you are not exercising regularly—something you know is a foundation for good health in anybody’s book—it’s because you believe that you should not exercise.  Yes, you heard me right.  You do not exercise because you believe you should not exercise.  If you are not eating healthy, it’s because you believe that you should not eat healthy.  If you are not managing the stress in your life well and are worrying most of the time, it’s because you believe worrying is the best thing you can do for your situation.

If I could hear your thoughts right now, my guess is that either you are thinking I am totally out to lunch or you are wondering, “How in the world can this be?  I’d like to hear him prove this is true.”

Please understand that I’m not saying you don’t also have a belief that says you should exercise or should eat well or should not worry.  In fact, I’m pretty sure that you do have that positive belief.  But you also have the negative belief, and I can say this with certainty because I know that we do what we believe we should do 100% of the time.

If you have issues like these (and who doesn’t?), the problem is that the beliefs that say it’s best for you not to exercise or not to eat healthy or not to think positively are located deep down in what Solomon called the heart and what modern science calls the unconscious and subconscious mind.  We are usually not aware of our deep beliefs, but you can be sure they are there because you do what you believe 100% of the time and you are not always doing what your conscious mind wants to do.

Let’s say you are trying to exercise regularly.  You have designated 7:00 in the morning to exercise for 30 minutes.  That alarm clock goes off and it’s decision time.  On one hand you have the conscious belief that it is important for you to exercise but, for whatever reason, you turn the alarm off, roll over, close your eyes and go back to sleep.  It is not possible for you to go against your conscious belief that way if you do not also have a belief in your heart that says it is better for you not to exercise.

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Usually these beliefs are programmed into us by experiences that are based in falsehood or fear.  A falsehood-based belief might be, “No one in my family is fit and trim, so it’s impossible for me to get fit either.”  A fear-based belief might be, “If I get fit and trim, my family will resent me.”  An all-too-common belief in your heart might simply be one that says you need to do what feels good right now.  You’re carrying so much emotional pain—past or present—that anything that feels good is the best thing to do because it helps you avoid that pain.

I’m convinced that many, many people who have fear and falsehood programming have memories and heart programming that says:  “There is so much painful stuff in here—there are so many beliefs about who I am, and what I can’t do, and how bad I am, and how I don’t measure up, and how the world is not safe, and how I am not secure, and how I am not significant—that my most important job is to get through the day with as little pain as possible.”  That programming kicks in and says, “Do something that feels good.  Numb the pain.  Get away from the pain.”  You roll over and go back to sleep.

Then you feel guilty at 8:00 when you wake up and have to start your day anyway, only now you are thinking, “I did it again!”  You have lived out your negative beliefs, reinforcing them once again and causing yourself more pain, and you have only avoided feeling pain for one short hour.  That’s what it’s like when a conscious belief and an unconscious belief are in conflict within you.  Your conscious, adult self knows that what you have done makes no sense, but that is not enough to override the deep programming in your heart.

The most helpful lesson you can learn from this principle—that you always do what you believe—is that you need to find and heal the issues of the heart that are fear and falsehood beliefs.  They are overriding and controlling your conscious beliefs and sabotaging your choices to do something good and healthy.  You will not be able to do the good and healthy thing (or at least not for long) until you heal and change any heart issue belief programming that is in conflict with your conscious goals.

THEN there is real hope for change from the inside out!


Quick Tip Look Who’s Talking…
One of the fastest and easiest ways to discover the hidden beliefs that are holding you back is to ask this:

“Based on my repetitive patterns, what hidden belief do I have that needs to heal?”

Then, and this is important, send that hidden belief love – this is not a time to judge yourself or your hidden, limiting beliefs, this is a time to see them and love them so they can be free.

Remember, that which you resist persists, so remove resistance to your newly discovered, hidden belief by sending it love and then inhale deeply and let it go.

“Hi Kristen, since starting your [How to Attract Money Fast] program and doing gratitude every morning and night, my world has changed so much.

Beautiful things have been happening to me and I love everything around me.

Thank you for your inspiration and guidance, you are a wonderful person to be sharing your knowledge with everyone…..

– Maxine

16 Responses to “You Always Do What You Believe”

  1. larry says:

    I thought it interesting ..but..sending it love..elaborate is it done

    • Kristen says:

      Whatever you want to judge Larry – send it love instead – some people actually picture a bubble of love going out from them and surrounding that which they are tempted to love.

      Thanks for asking!

  2. Sam says:

    Kristen, I enjoy your writtings, find them informative and even though my experience isnt/hasnt been amazing, i have noticed changes that I can only attribute to your training principals!
    Thanks for the info….

  3. Karrie says:

    This article hit the nail on the head!! I have that exact same problem with deciding to exercise and setting my alarm, only to ‘give up’ and sleep in instead. I beat myself up over this conflict almost daily, and now I know why!

  4. Malathie says:

    Thank you Kristen. But how am I to find out my hidden negative belief? I started doing yoga exercises when I was 22 years. I was slim even after my two childbirths.Then in my late forties I felt lazy to do my yoga exercises regularly and and I started getting cravings for sweets. This is so not me. What do you think?

    • Kristen says:

      Hi Malathie!

      Great question – here’s the thing, if you are struggling to discover what negative beliefs you have try this – take a look at how you are seeing your life right now so from what you wrote here, I would take a look at this specifically “I was slim even after my two childbirths.Then in my late forties I felt lazy to do my yoga exercises regularly and and I started getting cravings for sweets. This is so not me.” And ask yourself, “What would I have to believe for me to see my life this way?”

      In reading what you wrote a few things popped out at me, the biggest is the comparison you seem to be making between the younger you and the current you. And the sentence “this is not me” is very revealing – perhaps you are feeling NOT like you – which is causing you to act “NOT like you” – so this may have more to do with you and how you feel in your life and in your self and how it is showing up with your health is merely a symptom.

      So ask yourself, “What would I need to believe to feel like ME?”

      I appreciate you asking this amazing question!

  5. Carolynne says:

    Thanks so much for all your emails. This one was especially thought provoking. I’m going to send my negative thoughts love. Keep up the great info – it sure helps!!

    • Kristen says:

      Yippee Carolynne I love that it helps! Send it love – all of it gets love!

      Thank YOU for being here and being a part of the active conversation!

      I appreciate you!

  6. Bradley says:

    Another great post, Kristen. I always look forward to your video emails and your new posts with helpful advice for me to improve and lead a better life. I never thought about things this way before and it all ties in to the awakening I had with your ‘The Power of Now’ program I just purchased and have been listening to and implementing in my life. I realized that it is all in my control and I need to readjust my focus and raise my expectations for success in every moment and with everything that I do no matter the prior experience with the act or the people I am interacting with. It was a huge awakening for me and I appreciate all that you are doing to improve not only my life but other people’s as well. Thank you.

    • Kristen says:

      Wow Bradley that’s fantastic! I am so excited that you have had that awakening as you use Unlock the Power of NOW – that is so powerful and I appreciate you sharing!

      I can’t wait to hear more!

  7. Micah Smith says:

    I thought about this long and had and I came to the conclusion that no matter how much I want to tell you that you are wrong, you are absolutely correct. Really think about this people, don’t listen to that voice that says it’s a load of crap, Try to prove Kristen wrong and when you cannot, you will know!!! lol I did it, I know you can

    • Kristen says:

      I LOVE this Micah – and I love your honesty – your experience is the perfect example of the resistance that can come up and I am so impressed that you were willing to go into it – and what a clever way to give yourself permission (deciding to try to prove me wrong) – thank you so much for sharing this – I can’t wait to hear more from you!


  8. CANDICE says:

    This article is self discovering. I believe that the negative thoughts also become a comfort zone to stagnancy. sending the old patterns love takes away the need to work at it and force it to change . It is a creative way to visualize getting rid of it. I want to try it my life depends on it.

    • Kristen says:

      Hi Candice!

      Thank you for sharing this, it is very true that negative thoughts can become a stagnant comfort zone – love heals all. You are safe, you are protected, you are loved!


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