Memory engineering may not be a common thought passed around the health community. Still, it’s the only factor that creates lasting change – at least in a positive way – as our memories are what create our beliefs, which become our thoughts and actions. Inside this podcast, you learn the importance of memory engineering and how to speak truth to create change.
Are you lying to yourself?
This was the questions I found myself stuck in just a few months ago.
Lying to myself, is this even a thing?
I didn’t want to believe it was possible, but the more I paid attention – the more I realized that even my gratitude list was a far cry from the truth I believed.
My counselor kept pressing me to write a gratitude list.
So I obliged – I mean, how difficult was writing three-five things you’re grateful for daily? As we know from science, it happens to be one of the most accessible forms of healing.
The problem was, I was writing and writing and yet not believing what I was writing.
I was doing it out of obligation but slowing, recognizing that my deep-rooted belief wasn’t of gratitude but quite the opposite. It was out of fear.
I somehow believed I had a curse over my life, and any blessing I may receive would surely be taken away. So I held onto them lightly, not getting too close.
I can tell you; this isn’t a fun place to live – scared, overwhelmed, lonely, and anxious.
The method of trying to convince my mind that I was grateful and blessed to have these things, wasn’t changing a thing. This was all because of one straightforward truth – I didn’t believe them.
the lies I told myself
In a roundabout way, I thought they were lies.
It sounds crazy, but I question, is this why we search for the hard over the simple? That somehow we believe for it to work, it must induce some pain or suffering? That change can’t happen by merely believing that you’re blessed.
This belief or lack of belief all stems from our memories.
Inside today’s podcast, I talk with Dr. Alexandar Loyd about memory engineering. We dive into why we can’t lie to our bodies, some of the most common lies we tell ourselves, and how to change for good.
It’s part two in a two-part series that is incredibly powerful. Listen to part one here.
why can’t i do what’s best for me?
In part one of this series, Dr. Loyd answers the question, Why can’t I do what’s best for me.”
Click here to read and uncover why your memories are driving your life and how you can use memory engineering to change the entire perspective of who you are moving forward.
Make sure you get a copy of The Memory Code to work through the entire process of memory engineering. Remember, you don’t have to change all of the millions of memories you have – just one, two or three critical ones can change thousands of others.
You don’t want to miss out on this book – the best book I’ve read this year.
- Learn more about Dr. Alexander Loyd Here
- The Memory Code
- The Love Code
- Switch on Your Brain
- The Biology of Belief
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