Many people choose beliefs based on what they think is right and wrong. I am not talking about morally of right and wrong. I am talking of right and wrong of how things ‘really’ are.
The better guideline of what beliefs to believe are do they serve you?
Do your beliefs serve you and what you want and where you are going.
For instance, if you want a loving amazing relationship, and you have the belief that men are pigs, do you think you will get a loving amazing relationship? Nope. Is it true that men are pigs? Maybe, maybe not. But does the belief in that serve you even if it is ‘true’? Nope.
Or, lets say you want to be rich. But you believe rich people are bad and greedy. Do you think you will ever be rich? Nope.
Are rich people bad and greedy? Maybe, maybe not. But you don’t have to be. And if you have the belief they all are, you will never get what you want.
If you want to be healthy, but you have the belief that treating symptoms and disease will make you healthy, will you get healthy? Nope. You have to add to your health to be healthy. You have to focus on your goal to be healthy. Is this true? Maybe, maybe not. But does it serve you? Yes.
Have you read my book yet? The Creator’s Manual for Your Body? It talks about how to truly be well and healthy with simplicity and common sense.
So start using the criteria of whether or not your beliefs serve you, not whether they are true or not.