Emotions magnify and reinforce the beliefs that gave birth to the emotions and
also bring their own level of distortion to the illusory reality created by beliefs.
Emotions distort reality by hijacking one's attention and putting the focus on
Author: Gina Lake
Publisher: Endless Satsang Foundation
Beliefs are very powerful shapers of reality. They can create a heaven on earth or a hell. We have the power to be happy because we have the ability to choose what we believe. However, until we realize that we have this power, our beliefs are likely to make us unhappy, because the beliefs, or conditioning, we were given and the beliefs we have acquired along the way largely misrepresent reality. If we are not aware of what we believe and not aware that we have a choice about what we believe, then our life will be shaped by those mistaken and limiting beliefs, and we will be a passive recipient of the results of those beliefs rather than a conscious co-creator of our life. Beliefs, Emotions, and the Creation of Reality explores the exciting arena of creation: how beliefs determine our internal reality and, consequently, our external reality; how beliefs that stem from the ego and our conditioning distort our perception of ourselves, others, and reality; and specific ways to move beyond these distorted perceptions to a clearer perception of reality and therefore greater happiness and fulfillment. This book was dictated to Gina Lake by Jesus. It is one in a trilogy of books by Jesus, which includes Love and Surrender and Choice and Will. The books in the trilogy can be read in any order. They are also available in a single volume called The Jesus Trilogy.
Choice and Will / Love and Surrender / Beliefs, Emotions, and the Creation of
Reality Gina Lake. for lifetimes. So bringing awareness to the beliefs that
underpin any emotional wounding is especially important. Emotional wounding
creates the ...
Author: Gina Lake
Publisher: Endless Satsang Foundation, Inc.
In this trilogy by Jesus, are three jewels, each shining in its own way and illuminating the same truth: You are not only human but divine, and you are meant to flourish and love one another. In words that are for today, Jesus speaks intimately and directly to the reader of the secrets to peace, love, and happiness. He explains the deepest of all mysteries: who you are and how you can live as he taught long ago. The three books in The Jesus Trilogy were dictated to Gina Lake by Jesus and include Choice and Will, Love and Surrender, and Beliefs, Emotions, and the Creation of Reality. Choice and Will explores the complex, mysterious, and important question of who or what chooses. The question is important because our choices shape our reality and determine our experience of it. Love and Surrender explains the role that surrender plays in releasing us from bondage to our conditioning. Surrender is the "miracle" that occurs when we are finally able to let go and let things be as they are. Beliefs, Emotions, and the Creation of Reality explores the exciting arena of creation. It explains how beliefs determine our internal reality and, consequently, our external reality and how to move beyond limiting beliefs. The three books in the trilogy are also available individually in paperback and ebook. From the Introduction: "Choice and will are what make it possible to move out of the negative and limiting beliefs of the false self, which prevent or curtail the possibility of living a fuller, happier, and more loving life. Love and surrender are what are necessary to be in the Heart--in one's divine Essence--and to live from there rather than from a more contracted ego-bound state of consciousness. Surrender is the mysterious thing that happens when one lets go of, or gives up, the perspective and beliefs of the false self for the true self. It is the miracle I have spoken of in other works of mine." -Jesus
Emotion is the powerhouse ofthe brain put in the service ofbeliefperceived to be
vital for survival. Many instincts are recruited by the brain as it invests more
emotion into the beliefs. Emotion is itself strengthened by belief, and both belief
Author: Kun-Gay Yap
Belief creates our reality which creates more belief Our strongest beliefs can be wrong Our inability to question beliefs is ‘hard-wired’ in the brain Reality is also made from what we do not believe Should the author be believed? The advice is not to believe Read, apply, and experience Discover why you believe what you believe Realise the illusory nature of reality Understand the strange truths of perception Find the moving arbitrary line between knowledge and belief Question the dependence on beliefs Decide if the beliefs are necessary Are there better mental positions to adopt? Change Your Beliefs Live a Life of Uncommon Reality Kun-Gay Yap www.realitybeyondbelief.com
Distinction between belief and reality - feeling.- Rise of reality - feeling .-- Rise of
unreality - feeling .-- Degrees of reality- and unrealityfeeling . - Time and space
reference of reality - feeling , 148–155 § 3. Belief . - Doubt . — Development of ...
Author: James Mark Baldwin
"The present volume completes the survey of the mind begun in my "Handbook of Psychology: Senses and Intellect". In method and scope my plan has remained the same. The treatment of this volume, however, is somewhat fuller: since I have wished to remove, in some degree, the reproach so often and so justly cast upon the general works in Psychology that they give Feeling and Will summary and inadequate discussion. This volume, it may be said, however, puts to a better test the claim upon which the Handbook is written, i.e., the possibility of a psychology which is not a metaphysics, nor even a philosophy. For the phenomena of the emotional and volitional life have not been worked over for purposes of philosophical system, as intellectual phenomena have: and for this reason, the psychologist has in this field greater freedom of treatment and a larger scientific opportunity. Hence--while not laying a claim to originality, which only the opinion of competent readers could make of any force--I feel that, apart from the general arrangement and division, certain chapters of this volume are more independent. In other words, the book not only aims to be useful for purposes of university instruction, but it may also be found, on some points, to make contributions to psychological discussion. The topics to which I refer especially are: "Interest, Reality, and Belief" (Chap. VII), "Pleasure and Pain" (Chaps. V and XI), "Conceptual Feeling" (Chap. IX), "Suggestion as Motor Stimulus" (Chap. XIII), and the theory of "Volition" (Chaps. XV and XVI). A point of distinctive treatment under the head of Will is the emphasis laid upon the analysis of the "Reactive Consciousness" considered as basis of Volition"--Preface. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2005 APA, all rights reserved).
Living Outside the Belief Box Timothy Gooding. Being emotional is a human
reality. Having no emotions, or suppressing them totally, will not allow you to see
more of reality. It will blind you. The point is to learn to recognise when your ...
Author: Timothy Gooding
In our world, colliding beliefs create devastating struggles. The battle to be right fills the world with a raucous noise, not only obscuring what we seek, but sometimes threatening our very existence. Would you be willing to sheath the sword of Being Right and travel where few have dared? Even if you have never carried this sword, you may be surprised by what you find. First we explore how we are wired in feelings and thoughts to filter out much of reality. Then we loosen the filters. We escape the belief box. Then we begin to tackle the greatest filter of all?the human group subconscious. Our journey will take us to a place with enormous possibilities. If we are lucky, we may even start an evolution. The magical part of this journey is you can keep your beliefs, whatever they may be. Let's go on a quest together, through the mountains of "facts", beyond the valley of "have-to-be", through the deep waters of our group subconscious to see if we can find something precious, delicate, and powerful, in reality, right now. Are you ready?
Development. of. Feeling. Norms. Underlying. Romantic. Love. Among.
Adolescent. Females. Robin W. Simon Donna ... Embodied in ideological beliefs
about love are "feeling norms" which guide individuals' romantic feelings and
Author: Jodi O'Brien
Publisher: Pine Forge Press
This social psychology reader contains readings from popular literature as well as from peer-reviewed journals and 'framing essays' written by the editors. All articles have been chosen with their readability and appropriateness for an undergraduate audience.
“Let's just say I was testing the bounds of reality. I was curious to see what ... Your
view leads to thoughts, thoughts lead to feelings, feelings lead to emotions and
beliefs ultimately lead to the creation of your reality. The question is, “Are you ...
Author: Richard C. Michael
This book is about an empowering journey that has been awaiting you throughout eternity. A journey unlike any other that you have ever taken. I am going to take you into the center of your creative power and introduce you to the life that has been awaiting you as its master. This power will change your physical, mental, emotional, social, spiritual, psychological, sexual, financial, occupational, experiential self, and change the relationship that you have with people, places, things and situations that you encounter in your life. You have this power and wisdom instilled within you that has been awaiting for you to claim it, but you were unaware of it until now. The question I have for you, are you ready to lay claim to it and begin to live the life that you came here to live and experience the power you were meant to have?
Butmost ofwhat we care about— emotions, beliefs, understanding, motives,
desires — are notsuchparticulars. We makeone sortofmistake (thatitis the task of
Wittgenstein's private language argumentto address)8when weare temptedto ...
Author: Sandra Harding
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
This collection of essays, first published two decades ago, presents central feminist critiques and analyses of natural and social sciences and their philosophies. This work provides a splendid opportunity for upper-level undergraduate and graduate students in philosophy and the social sciences to explore some of the most intriguing and controversial challenges to disciplinary projects and to public policy today.
How I see my world controlled (locus of control) and what beliefs I unconsciously
use in my personal life space and share with others in my societal life ... This is
an act of self-trust and an act of consciously using the mirror effect to assist us in
self-creation and reality-creation. ... Beliefs are ideas (thoughts reinforced by
emotions and imagination) about the world and ourselves that structure our
Author: Carroy U. Ferguson
Publisher: University Press of America
In this book, Carroy Ferguson presents a unique glimpse into the transitional stages in consciousness that many African Americans experience as they explore the essence of being a Black person in U.S. society and the world. Using a model of six transitional stages in consciousness, original essays, and discourses on the symbolism of various historical events, Ferguson engages readers in an intriguing reflective process to give them a better understanding of how transitions in consciousness_from an African American perspective_are largely shaped and greatly influenced by the 'psychology of the times.' The essays, therefore, represent the various dynamics at play as many African Americans engage the contents of their consciousness and learn to explore and transcend various societal challenges. To assist readers in engaging their personal self-reflective processes, Ferguson provides creative exercises and a comprehensive timeline of African American life.
older psychologists are supplemented by the addition of the development factor .
“ Pleasure is the conscious ... In marking off reality feeling ' from belief , the author
introduces a new distinction into Psychology . “ The phrase ' reality feeling ...
Author: Jacob Gould Schurman
An international journal of general philosophy.
Absolute Consciousness (First letter of both words in uppercase) Absolute
Consciousness is created out of Primordial ... belief, emotion, and trust. auxiliary '
forces' Auxiliary 'forces' are secondary reality 'forces' that arise to protect internal
Author: Ray Morose
Publisher: Books by Ray Morose
The Mind of Consciousness The Mind of Consciousness is a book unfolding a new way, with new process methods to evaluate your existence. It is an experiential work written in textbook format that analytically delineates how and why consciousness and mind interface and function, exposing the inter-connective dependency of non-biological consciousness and the biologically created mind. Knowing how that interconnectivity interrelates provides avenues of exploration that reveal the fundamental nature of existence, unveiling an innate purpose and direction embedded within consciousness. This book works through all the major questions of existence, using reproducible and experiential logic, allowing everyone to experience the results of that exploration. Throughout your life you have two realities at war with one another: the primary ‘I am’ reality, formed from non-biological consciousness, and the secondary ‘I am this or that’ reality, formed by the biological mind. You may not be aware of, or even appreciate, the internal conflict these two inter-connective and inter-dependent realities create. However, you experience the resultant turmoil and confusion their subliminal battles establish by not having an experiential appreciation of how those realities are formed, function and potentially control your life. The text delineates causation for those ongoing internal battles and outlines processes to help overcome the sense of frustration, isolation and discord they generate. This experiential method of examination creates empirical processes that afford you the opportunity to make an informed choice, rather than a conditioned reaction: providing a more secure, productive, directional and enjoyable life. This book takes you into the core of your being, turning it inside out, exposing who and what you are by revealing a self-created shadow-world controlling your life without you being aware that control exists.
Beliefs. and. Emotions. A. belief is a claim or expectation about reality presumed
to be true. When we create a belief we ... On one hand you can try to defend your
belief thereby creating an illusion and focusing your attention toward the facts ...
Author: Sharon Muggivan
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
This book has the potential to change lives, resolve anger and resentment therefore giving you the chance to be truly happy. Understanding why people behave the way they do can open your world to forgiveness and free you from the past. The key to happiness is in understanding what makes us do the things we do. “It’s All About Me” explains human nature to a tee. Everything we do, say and think is based on our own fi lter system. Our own beliefs, values and life experience create our unique fi lter system. If you understand that one simple concept “it’s all about me” then you will open your mind and your heart to allow people to be people. You will understand and make peace with your past concepts of what has happened to you. This book is truly liberati ng. You can’t change the people around you but you can change how you respond to the people and situati ons you encounter on a daily basis.
Child Development, 54, 878–887. Field, T., Healy, B., ... Fledgling theories of
mind: Deception as a marker of three-year-olds' understanding of false belief. ...
Children and emotion: The development of psychological understanding. Oxford
Author: S. Feinman
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Integrating the perspectives of a number of disciplines, this work examines social referencing in infants within the broader contexts of cognition, social relations, and human society as a whole.
The first-person, or 'I,'” perspective expresses my personal viewpoint, or
subjective reality. It includes my feelings, beliefs, perceptions, emotions, value
judgments, personal history, memories, and other aspects of any story that is
unique to me.
Author: Diane Musho Hamilton
Publisher: Shambhala Publications
Conflict is going to be a part of your life—as long as you have relationships, a job, or dry cleaning to be picked up. Bracing yourself against it won’t make it go away, but if you approach it consciously, you can navigate it in way that not only honors everyone involved but makes it a source of deep insight as well. Seasoned mediator Diane Hamilton provides the skill set you need to engage conflict with wisdom and compassion, and even—sometimes—to be grateful for it. She teaches us how to: • Cultivate the mirror-like quality of attention as your base • Identify three personal conflict styles and determine which ones you fall into • Recognize the three fundamental perspectives in any conflict situation and learn to inhabit each of them • Turn conflicts in families, at work, and in every kind of interpersonal situation into win-win situations Her unique approach unites Zen wisdom and Integral Spirituality with her own story and her experiences as a professional mediator in a way that shows you how to look at conflict in a new way: as an essentially spiritual practice.