You probably heard the saying “a lie repeated often enough becomes the truth” This happens because repetition is the secret to developing a powerful belief.
And the more powerful your belief, the more powerful your results… negative or positive.
All changes in your beliefs, especially limiting beliefs, take place upon the application of the law of repetition.
The Law Of Repetition and How Your Minds Works
How often do you tell yourself and try to convince yourself that you can accept change? Only later to find yourself readily get stuck in memories, frameworks, and schemas?
Until you make the changes at the subconscious level, those changes will not stay in place. Your deep subconscious is the very place where change happens. You’ll find a full article on the here: Understanding the Secrets of Your Subconscious Mind
When you better understanding your the brain’s inner workings, the subconscious, you stand a better chance to develop a skill set or change a belief system that can enable you to make lasting changes in your brain.
Like a person finding a well-worn path through a meadow, each thought, feeling, and behavior links with a path through your brain.
Would you choose to take the established path or would plow through the field to create a new one? Most people would choose the path already there… it’s much easier and less work.
Your brain does the same thing. It will more likely engage in familiar patterns rather than try new ones. The flow of energy through the brain tends to go through established paths and circuits, which makes our minds appear stable and predictable.
Throughout your life, your brain will always find it easier – but not unavoidable – to go back to these earliest patterns of operating in the world.
Your experiences shape how your brain will grow. Therefore, any plan you want to follow to be happier, successful and more fulfilling, must also address the pathways in your brain for lasting changes and success.
How To Rewire Your Brain For Lasting Success
Repetition will input habits in the nerve cells in your brain, This consequently governs your thoughts and behavior. That well-worn path in the meadow happened by people repeatedly walking it.
We live in a world where thoughts and images of lack and limitation show up just about everywhere. (Hint: avoid watching the news)
Counter this negative bombardment on your brain with repeating, powerful positive thoughts.
Experts tell us we can meet one negative thought, experience, or sentiment with five positive ones to offset the negativity bias. The magic repetition ratio—five to one.
You can’t guard against every negative influence but through awareness, you can reprogram your brain through consistent repetition
It requires the discipline of repetition to change your deepest thoughts and beliefs about the nature of the world — and that is exactly what you must do it to change your limiting beliefs holding you back.
Repetition can be a powerful tool for learning and acquiring skill sets too. There is a kind of strength achieved through the power of repeating oneself. Repetition, repetition, repetition. It works. It works. It works.
Daily Repetition Can Develop A New Habit To Change Paradigms.
A paradigm is our perception of reality, our view of the world. It is our interpretation of events based on the previous teaching we have received. Those teaching and experiences shape your belief system.
Paradigms control your lives. Think of paradigms as a multitude of habits. Those habits formed through repetition.
We can ultimately break down old paradigms holding you back through a desire to change.
One Tiny Step Repeated Daily Results In Big Changes
The key is to change these habits of limiting beliefs one at a time to allow the flow of what you want to enter your life.
Consistency is very important in using the Law of Repetition. Changes will happen through daily increases of awareness, time and patience.Repeating a set of effective affirmations three times each day will begin to create a new path in your brain
Repeating a set of effective affirmations three times each day will begin to create a new path in your brain. Just pick one belief… one habit you want for a new path.
Habits are made and broken in a span of 21 to 30 days as a rule. Repetition for that length of time can greatly increase the odds of making a permanent change.
IMPORTANT: You must do it consecutively each day for your brain to rewire. If you stop before 21-30 days, you break the rewiring process and need to start over.
Dr. Tamsin Astor, Force of Habit, recommends getting a calendar and mark off each day. Better yet put a gold star on the day.
Remember your paradigms can change and you can do it a little bit each day through repetition.
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