How to change human nature?
Are you preoccupied with a psychological problem that you don't even try to get rid of
Because you think it's "Human nature"And unresolvable?
If so, you are not alone.
There are a number of psychological characteristics that are so common that most people consider
They are inherent in human nature.
Don't all people experience:
- Resistance to change?
- Fear of failure or making a mistake?
- Fear of rejection?
- Worrying about what others think?
- Anger if it doesn't go the way we wanted it to?
So many people have these characteristics, which are considered inherent in human nature.
But in fact, they are No Immersed in human nature at all.
The beliefs and conditions that cause these psychological reactions.
Below is a list of some beliefs and conditions that cause the psychological reactions I mentioned earlier,
And then explain why they are so common that they are called "Human nature".
- I'm not good enough
- I'm not worthy
- I can't
- Nothing I do is good enough
- Mistakes and failures are bad
- If I make an error, they will reject me
- What makes me good enough and important is that others will think good things about me
- What makes me good enough and important is to do things perfectly
- I'm powerless
- I can't succeed in my own right
- The way to be in control is for things to go exactly as I want
In addition to these beliefs, many people Its software Feel a degree of fear in the following situations:
- When they are rejected
- When they do not meet the expectations of others
- when criticized or judged
Imagine someone who has these beliefs
And experience fear every time these three situations happen.
Doesn't it seem obvious that they probably have some or all of the psychologists mentioned?
Now imagine that tens of millions of people have these arts and conditions.
Doesn't it make sense to assume that everyone was born with them?
The source of these beliefs and conditions
Now let's look at what these psychological reactions are
(And the beliefs and conditions that caused them) are so common.
The basic beliefs underpinning these common psychological characteristics,
aboutLittle is usually formed in childhood,
In our interactions with our parents.
Here's how it happens:
As young children we always ask "why?".
Sometimes we ask parents to explain things to us, and sometimes we ask ourselves.
"Why do I behave like this?
Why is my life like that? "
We answer these questions for ourselves (level Subconscious) During the first years of our lives.
Because our parents are the people we spend most of our time with,
They are involved in most of our experiences that lead to our basic beliefs.
And what are these experiences in most homes?
- Parents, as parents, usually like quiet - children are not quiet And can't understand why anyone appreciates quiet.
- Parents usually want the house 'clean' - young children do not even understand the concept of 'clean'.
— Parents want to sit down to dinner when it's ready and before it cools down - kids usually do something Much more important to them,
And don't want to stop doing it when parents call them. And the like.
In other words, parents want their children to do what they are developmentally unable to do.
They want their young children to act like little adults, which the kids can't do.
the question is NoDo children usually "disobey" their parents?
Children cannot developmentally meet the expectations of most parents.
The only question is how Parents respond
When their children are not doing what their parents want them to do.
And because a small part (if any) of the parents go through their parents' school
Plus they bring their beliefs (from their own childhood) with them,
Their reactions range from Ignoring frustration, anger, and physical abuse, With every other option between them.
In fact, we all have a lot of negative self-beliefs
It is important to recognize that our behavioral and emotional problems later in life are No Our parents' fault.
The problem is Interpretation That we children gave to our parents' behavior, which became our beliefs.
I think there are Two main reasons That the source of limiting beliefs is always interaction
With parents as a young child and not people or events in later life.
As children, we depend on our parents for our existence,
In a way, we feel we have to be able to rely on them to survive.
As adults, they seem to know how to manipulate the reality of life
And we kids know we can't.
(What do all the children say? "When I grow up, then I can…")
So they (parents) must know what they are doing and their behavior must be "correct".
So if I, the boy, do not like the way I am treated, it is probably my fault.
The source of specific limiting beliefs
Here is a common source of some negative self-image beliefs:
- If I trust my parents and they must know what they are doing and if they are angry with me, It's my fault.
I'm not good enough!
- If I can't make them spend time with me the way I want or if they're physically next to me
But I don't pay attention, It's my fault.
I'm not important enough!
- If I can't make them give me what I want most of the time, It's my fault.
I'm not worthy or worthy enough!
- If my parents make all the decisions that affect my life and I have little right to speak,
If anything, I feel powerless.
It is clear now that psychological characteristics Destructive That are considered to be human nature,
They are, in fact, the result of beliefs and conditions caused by me A typical childhood…
All these psychological reactions are the result of Beliefs and conditions Created early in our life.
This means that it is possible Get rid of them completely When disposing of the relevant beliefs and conditions.
Now you can learn An innovative and unique method for replacing negative subconscious programming
And also how to program our conscious and subconscious correctly in the present.
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Former Mental Coach of Maccabi Tel Aviv Players,
TV show "The Mirror" on Channel 10,
And author of the book "The Secret of Human Mechanism"