Wednesday, October 23rd, 2013 Focus: I make a conscious effort to question whether or not my perceptions are actually true.

We human beings have many prevailing perceptions we share as a culture. These perceptions are the prevalent beliefs our society accepts as true, generally without question.

Psychologist Carl Jung described this phenomenon as “the collective unconscious”. Ernest Holmes called it “race-mind consciousness” (referring to the human race). Many of these shared perceptions form the basis of our human awareness.

If we do not make the effort to question whether or not a perception is actually true, it will automatically become part of our belief system and, consequently our experience.

Excerpted from the article:
Get Out Your Mental Eraser: Changing Limiting Core Beliefs!
by Victoria Loveland-Coen, RScP.

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