`Cool Boredom' Life Sciences
The great difficulty here is that there isn't one!



'the lunatic is in my head'
Pink Floyd, Dark side of the Moon

Our beliefs we have about ourselves fuel the way in which we live our lives. The beliefs and attitudes we develop in our formative years (particularly from 0-4) do not change just because we decide to think differently. Positive thinking although effective as a coping tool does not address our existing limiting and destructive beliefs.

Are your beliefs controlling you?

Patterns of energy (behavior and thought) have been established and are now part of us and are felt and looked for when certain situations in our lives arise. Validation is important as it provides familiarity. They arise from feedback to past actions, which themselves perpetuate future actions i.e. re-actions. Since most of us resist change we therefore hold a vested interest in seeing that our beliefs remain unchallenged. Paradoxically we all know that the only constant in life is one of change so to adhere to rigid beliefs is to resist life itself!

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