The main premise of the movie is about examining your beliefs through self-awareness. You have to let go of the idea that believing what worked for others will work for you too.
By doing this, by allowing your true self to unfold, your beliefs start to become truth.
Tom Bilyeu On How Your Belief Becomes Truth
In the 4-minute video above from Mindvalley’s A-Fest 2016 Mexico, Tom shares how the movie impacted his beliefs.
In the video above, you’ll discover transformational insights, like:
- Why taking the “red pill” gave him the intellectual framework he needed in his life.
- How David Foster Wallace’s concept of “This Is Water” relates to the obstacle that keeps us from becoming who we truly want to be.
- Why this super entrepreneur once took pride in calling himself “The King of Remedial Jobs” and what has shifted in his beliefs since then.
- How to understand the fundamental purpose of our lives.
If you would like to learn more of Tom’s approach to business and life, watch his discussion with Vishen Lakhiani here.
3 Ways To Turn Your Beliefs Into Truth
It’s difficult to dissociate from the beliefs you were raised with as a child, especially if you learned them from your family. However, now is the time to stand on your own and challenge that inner voice of resistance. Here are three ways to turn your beliefs into truth.
1. Practice self-awareness
You can recognize a limiting belief by your emotional response. For example, repeat the belief, “I can’t do it” and note how you feel after.
You might remember how you felt when you were a kid when you tried to do something you’ve always wanted to do, but someone stopped you and said you couldn’t do it.
By practicing self-awareness, you can recognize when you have limiting beliefs and replace them with new ones such as, “I can do it.”
2. Practice self-care rituals
Practicing self-care rituals can radically change your life. The modern world is busy, yes, but that’s what makes it even more necessary to dedicate time to taking care of yourself.
The best way to do this is by creating self-care rituals. Eventually, this will help you create more supportive beliefs that become true.
3. Create your own dream
Society often provides us with false dreams. So often, we assume missions and roles to fit in rather than stand out. We might become a doctor, an engineer, or an artist not because it’s something we value, but because we think it’s something others will value.
But even dreams that are solely for yourself, that are not about impressing other people, deserve to be realized. If you’ve always wanted to explore music, coding, acting, or writing, then you can create a plan. This will help you realize it a little more every day.
Soon, you’ll feel empowered to no longer follow those limiting beliefs.
Was there a movie that shifted your beliefs? Like Tom, have you discovered your fundamental purpose in life?
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