Self-conception was something I didn’t want to hear about. Why? Cause my victim mentality wanted to stay alive. I would read AIM’s posts and think “cool stuff but I’m going to listen to other people who have victim mindsets cause they know where I’m coming from” Lol.
The moment I accepted I had a victim mindset, I made myself aware I had the power to change it. And yes it was just that easy. I didn’t have to sit down listen to 30 hours of self-love meditations, I just had to acknowledge I have this, I no longer want it, then stay persisting new beliefs that challenged my victim mindset. I starved it to death.
Being aware of who I wanted to be (the me who has it all) claiming I am it right RIGHT NOW was everything I needed to do. It was that simple. The reason it took time was cause I didn’t want to let go of the old story even though I really wanted to. (I’m sure that makes sense lol)
You don’t even have to believe so much as FEEL. Live in the end. Ignore the voice of doubt. You don’t believe it’s possible because you (nor I, nor anyone else) can begin to imagine how the universe will bend or stretch or break to give you what’s already yours.
Reddit user allisonmaybe:
I like what they said, you basically tend it like a flower. If I can shift my consciousness just a little in the right direction, and hold it there, it usually stays in thy new state until I can move it a little more, and then some more. It’s all persistence and patience. Most of the time now I can lift myself pretty easily out of a bad feeling. But I must hold it there consciously for a minute or two or it won’t stay.