Children Know No Different

Posted by on March 17, 2013 in Depression, What Are Beliefs | Comments Off on Children Know No Different

Children Know No Different

Children Know No Different Children accept people and situations at face value, unable to analyse or judge them, because they know no different. Children accept the behaviour of the people around them as normal because they know no different. If children come from a dysfunctional family they learn to accept that abuse is normal, that neglect is usual and punishment is standard. They learn to keep their heads down and to stay out of the way They learn to not antagonise or upset anyone They learn to comply, obey, toe-the-line, give in and...

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It Was Just My Imagination Running Away With Me

Posted by on March 14, 2013 in Brain, Fear | Comments Off on It Was Just My Imagination Running Away With Me

It Was Just My Imagination Running Away With Me

So why does our brain imagine all sorts of horrible things? It’s a question of survival! Even when we’re doing something that makes us happy our Amygdala (fear/survival brain) is continuously scanning our environment to see what ‘threats’ lurk out there. This is done either consciously or unconsciously. Say you’re swimming in the sea; your eyes are constantly searching above and under the water to see if there are sharks, jellyfish, etc; that might eat or sting you. You are sometimes not aware of this. Imagining you might get eaten...

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“People Can’t Be Trusted!”

Posted by on March 12, 2013 in Brain, What Are Beliefs | Comments Off on “People Can’t Be Trusted!”

“People Can’t Be Trusted!”

A Belief is a thought or perception, opinion or idea that you believe to be true! A Belief is a thought or perception, opinion or idea that you considered long before your brain could sort out fact from fiction – to be a fact or the truth.  Beliefs are extremely powerful.  They determine and control the way you think, feel and behave.  They determine the fabric of your life and can unconsciously create your future. We all have conscious and unconscious beliefs about ourselves and those around us and the world, and sometimes they are...

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How Do You Play The ‘Blame Game’ – Victim Or Martyr?

Posted by on March 7, 2013 in Blame, Self Esteem | Comments Off on How Do You Play The ‘Blame Game’ – Victim Or Martyr?

How Do You Play The ‘Blame Game’ – Victim Or Martyr?

Victim Or Martyr – How Do You Play The ‘Blame Game’? I think that ‘Blame’ is unconsciously about ‘control’ and ‘being right’. That if we can blame others then we don’t have to take responsibility for the way our lives turn out – Victim. If we blame ourselves then we can be right about our own unworthiness and allow others to blame us for their lives not turning out – Martyr. Some people choose to do both, Victim and Martyr, the best of both worlds, you can be right whichever way you play ‘The...

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What Do You See In Your Future?

Posted by on March 3, 2013 in Failure, What Are Beliefs | Comments Off on What Do You See In Your Future?

What Do You See In Your Future?

Says Daniel Gilbert, Professor of Psychology at Harvard University in his book, ‘Stumbling on Happiness’; ‘The brain is a belief making machine, and making future is what it does”, “The greatest achievement of the human brain is to imagine objects and episodes that do not exist in the realm of reality, and it is this ability that allows us to think about the future”.  Says Daniel Gilbert, Professor of Psychology at Harvard University in his book, ‘Stumbling on Happiness’. The human brain is an ‘anticipation machine’...

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About Annie- A Short Biography

Posted by on March 1, 2013 in Annie | Comments Off on About Annie- A Short Biography

About Annie- A Short Biography

Annie Moyes is a Joint Partner and Belief Counsellor in ‘Beyond Belief Personal Development’. She is a Facilitator and Coach in ‘Emmote’ Training.  She is also the Author of ‘Wealth – Beyond Belief’ an eBook that teaches readers how to eliminate their self-limiting ‘negative belief system’ about money. As Joint Owner of Beyond Belief Personal Development  as well as throughout her extraordinary (long) career, Annie has displayed the passion, adaptability, determination, and perseverance vital to being proclaimed...

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Time & Tide Wait For No Man

Posted by on February 27, 2013 in What Are Beliefs | Comments Off on Time & Tide Wait For No Man

Time & Tide Wait For No Man

Time in a Bottle – Jim Croce If I could save time in a bottle The first thing that I’d like to do Is to save every day Till Eternity passes away Just to spend them with you If I could make days last forever If words could make wishes come true I’d save every day like a treasure and then, Again, I would spend them with you But there never seems to be enough time To do the things you want to do Once you find them I’ve looked around enough to know That you’re the one I want to go Through time with If I had a...

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I Had No Choice!

Posted by on February 26, 2013 in Annie, What Are Beliefs | Comments Off on I Had No Choice!

I Had No Choice!

“For over forty years I occupied a body that largely ran itself whilst ‘I was asleep’. When I reflect on my 65 years of life, it seems sometimes that I have mostly lived someone else’s life and not one that I imagined or dreamed of when I was a child. When I get up some mornings and take my cup of tea back to bed and think about the day ahead of me, I am still amazed  that today I will be helping people to reclaim their happiness and sanity. How did this come about? How did I create it? Did I create it? How do we? How did I? Do we...

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What Are Antagonist Beliefs?

Posted by on February 25, 2013 in Anger, Violence, What Are Beliefs | Comments Off on What Are Antagonist Beliefs?

What Are Antagonist Beliefs?

“Antagonist Beliefs are formed when children are denied what they need or want and become angry” As children all we know is; ‘I’ – “I need food, I need warmth, I need love, I need protection, and I need comfort”. It is all about us! No wonder then that if we come from a dysfunctional home or a home where there are many children and we only have our basic needs for food and warmth met our natural survival instinct to get what we want by any means intensifies. Antagonist Beliefs are formed when as children we are...

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“Never Take Money From Strangers”

Posted by on February 16, 2013 in Money, What Are Beliefs | Comments Off on “Never Take Money From Strangers”

“Never Take Money From Strangers”

“Never Take Money From Strangers” Did your parents ever warn you to never talk to or take money from strangers?  Here’s my story of this double-edged warning; When I was six we lived in a small village and one morning I was walking alone through a small wood to get to school because my brother was sick. On the way I was approached by a nice man who chatted away to me and walked me to school. He was there again when I came out of school and offered me sweets to go for a walk with him. Yep – I went, who wouldn’t, I was six and...

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