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Old 21-12-2017, 06:12 PM
Aquarisun Aquarisun is offline
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Does everything you think about yourself turn into reality?

Is it true, you experience, what you think about yourself? Like, if you think, you're a bad person or bad friend, or not good enough, then you won't be good enough to others? Even if you don't say anything about how you feel about yourself?

Do people treat you the way you feel about yourself too?
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Old 22-12-2017, 01:34 AM
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In my case absolutely. For instance I don't have high self esteem, I think I'm ugly. That's why I have bad luck with guys because it's my aura they can sense I'm not confident in myself . I also say I am so speaking it to existence dosent help either.
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Old 22-12-2017, 03:38 AM
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Originally Posted by Aquarisun
Is it true, you experience, what you think about yourself? Like, if you think, you're a bad person or bad friend, or not good enough, then you won't be good enough to others? Even if you don't say anything about how you feel about yourself?

Do people treat you the way you feel about yourself too?

There is much truth in this in general.

To put it in another way, thoughts don't happen in our head but in the energy around our heads for several feet in all directions. We can all perceive this, though at different levels, we get a vibe, a feel, a sense of someone before a word is ever spoke. We may look for physical clues or body language to confirm it in the following seconds, but that first impression exists in the energy around the person.
For this reason not speaking how you feel about yourself doesn't help for it's not stored in the privacy of your cranium.
The best way to change therefore what people perceive about you is to change how you perceive yourself. :)
Be Nice to you :)
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Old 24-12-2017, 07:47 AM
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My take on this is............MY OPINION.
Everything that happens in our lives is a direct or indirect result of thought. Read the Book of JOB. What I get from the book is that God punishes nobody and everything bad that happens in our lives is a result of stinking thinking, fear, and attention/beliefs in illusions of reality. A man is as he speaks and thinks. The tongue is a two edged sword. Be in constant prayer....wrap your head around that for it is the answer to the good life. Heaven on earth....so on earth it is as in heaven.
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Old 24-12-2017, 08:52 PM
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Well, everyone seems to have summed it up...I will only add how interesting
it is to be with someone that is NOT attractive, but for some reason they think they are hot...
and guys flock to them because of their energy.
An amazing phenomenon.
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Old 28-12-2017, 08:59 PM
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Is it true, you experience, what you think about yourself? Like, if you think, you're a bad person or bad friend, or not good enough, then you won't be good enough to others? Even if you don't say anything about how you feel about yourself?

Do people treat you the way you feel about yourself too?

To simplify, I will include in my definition of “thinking” many of those mental processes that go on subconsciously. We experience what we think about ourselves and pretty much everything else. The reality we live in is the one we create in our minds. All the mind has ever had to go on to build its picture of reality is the binary data coming in from the senses. This binary pattern of nerves firing (1) or not (0) is the only objective data the brain has ever had available from which to create the virtual reality world in which we experience life. Everything else is a subjective creation of the mind based on its past and present observation of firing patterns of these nerves. Everything we experience in life, including ourselves, is an hallucination of mind, and it is helpful and important to keep in mind that this hallucination is subjective and often quite inaccurate. Yet we only realize this when the senses send in data that dramatically misaligns with this virtual reality mind construct, only then do we suspect it to be an hallucination.

We can never actually know what others are thinking and feeling about us, we can only imagine it. We communicate who we think we are to the world in many different ways, many of which are outside of our conscious awareness. About the best we can do is try to be the person we believe we would like to be. This is integr-ity, the integration of our beliefs and values into an entity, an image that we imagine as self. To the extent we are successful, we will communicate the nature of this entity to the world. How others interpret it has more to do with their own internal subjective inaccurate hallucination of reality as it does with anything else.

While the mind may look to information coming in from the senses to help create its present moment, it will inevitably interpret that information based on its existing picture of the world and of self. Whether we are “good enough” to others or not, if we believe we are not, then this is what we will experience in the reality our mind creates for us, even if others actually see us in a much more positive light. That said, eventually we will find a way to communicate our negative beliefs to others about the nature of the entity we see as self, and eventually they will come to believe us. Here is where that self-fulfilling prophesy comes into play. We believe ourselves to be not “good enough” and eventually, we communicate this in enough ways that others come to believe it as well. Then they will eventually communicate their belief back to us, which we will take as evidence that we were “not good enough” all along. It can be a vicious circle. The first step in getting off this crazy merri-go-round is realizing that the self we see as “not good enough”, is and always will be a subjective and inaccurate creation of the mind. Once we see it as such, we can begin to question the accuracy of this image and attempt to bring some objectivity to our experience of “self” and hopefully start to undo some of the damage done by negative messages we received over our lifetimes. Messages, that like all messages, were often inaccurate on the part of the sender and/or misinterpreted by our own minds.
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Old 26-02-2018, 09:32 AM
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Not everything.But there are ways of creating what you desire.
Specially from a higher consciousness.
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Old 02-03-2018, 04:08 PM
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Maybe only in my mind.

Even on the forums, people present themselves in a certain way and i don't see that in them.
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Old 03-03-2018, 08:34 AM
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Follow the works of Vishen Lahiani .
He is an expert in this field.

He says "you thoughts don't create reality ,your beliefs do".
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Old 05-03-2018, 08:12 PM
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Your thoughts are energy and they contain power. Even if you what you think doesn't come into effect physically, it can still manifest itself in other ways. For example, having negative thoughts about yourself can hurt you psychologically.
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