• Laura Ellis D.A. Hyp CPLT

Making Sense Out of Our Beliefs

We are born into this world with innocence, and we become the products of our early environment. As children before the age of 10 we do not have the choice of what to pick and choose and what we wish to believe. Sadly, for most of us, we grow up with challenges as to knowing who we truly are as unique beings.

And so we become dis-empowered with beliefs that are not and were not our own.

So what are we to do about it?


Firstly, nothing can take away the fact that you are an aspect of source energy, aka God. You are amazing and worthy of all good things in being a spiritual being. Now, yes, some here on this planet earth commit crimes. There really are no excuses as all are still making choices. That being said, often these individuals that commit unspeakable acts can also be a product of their past environments

(learned behavior) and or are generationally induced. That brings to mind an exhibit I once viewed as a little girl at the Bronx Zoo many years ago. The sign above the glass enclosure read: The Most Dangerous Animal In The World! I recall not seeing anything in the enclosure until I was backing away and realized it was a mirror. Pretty advanced I think today for someone to be that aware in the 1960's.



As we enter into our teen years, we begin to form some of our own beliefs outside of the family's teachings. At this stage of life our critical factor of mind has been fully developed which gives us the ability to do so. Oh, but here it comes again...our peers in high school begin to influence most of us as does the media. What you believe is what you create. James Allen's book "As a Man Thinketh" is a great read as he writes so well on the subject.


Choose to except your worthiness and heal from the beliefs that can go back to 3rd and 4th generations. These false beliefs... imposed upon your precious subconscious mind as the innocent child you once were can be overcome with hypnotherapy which can change your life.

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