Monday, May 9, 2016

For those who want to understand beliefs more...

Here is some links I dug up for you to start learning just how much beliefs affect you.  START HERE    --this one is a great read.   pay attention to number 7

Quote from above link...

Belief Perseverance

Research has shown that it is quite difficult to do away with a falsehood once an individual comes up with a rationale for it. An example of this would be when the first copies of bibles created by the newly-invented Gutenberg printing press went on sale, his partner that brought the bibles to a certain town was accused of being a witch, because only by black magic would it have been possible to so perfectly reproduce copies such as the ones he had, and that the printing press must be an instrument of the devil. Individuals will retain their invented explanations for their beliefs because of their ego not willing to surrender to the possibility that they are wrong and would have to shift their paradigm. Even after being thoroughly discredited, a firmly-instilled belief will be very difficult to change. Studies have shown that it is easier to formulate a belief than change a belief already formulated. This can explain why there are so many peculiar beliefs surrounding a myriad of things still today. The more we examine our theories and explain how they might be true, the more closed we become to information that challenges our beliefs. This is important to remember, so that we keep an open mind all the time and welcome different positions of awareness concerning a particular subject rather than keeping rigidly to one particular perception of an issue.


Bottom line is this folks, you have to forget what you think you know and start all over again. You have government installed beliefs fed to you from birth till death. When you experience things the government does that you think are wrong, or can not understand why or how the government could do something, those are glitches in the freedom program the government installed on your hard drive. Wipe the drive, start over.

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