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It is not enough to call yourself a mad scientist, I learn. You may be mad, but unless you know the scientific methods, you are just mad, playing around.
Science has a bad reputation nowadays, mainly because of two reasons:
1. the public doesn't know that science is rarely able to get to the cause of anything, so the expectations are too high, the disappointments are too low. it is more comfortable to listen to fake science, fake doctors, fake gurus. At least they don't make you think.
2. the fact that scientists are not independent of biases, self-interest, and such, renders their results highly dubious, questionable, etc. And in some crucial issues, this threatens the general public, like in the issue of A1 milk, the issue of GMO, the issues of pesticides and other harmful stuff we are forced to eat.
As I said in a previous article, movies that you have an unusual affinity with are a great indication of some hidden belief that has an effect on your life.
This past year I have been asking and getting guidance. The guidance happens through movies, books, mostly.
I have Netflix. I don't know what's fashionable, what's hip, and that helps. Ego and the collective ego isn't driving my actions.
This is how this movie "Gloomy Sunday" showed up on my screen. Horrible title, if you ask me! And it's a Hungarian movie, dubbed in German, with English subtitles. It was a Gloomy Sunday, and I decided to watch it.
Your core belief is what keeps you sick, fat, miserable, and poor...
...but it is not easy to see your exact belief… A belief is a sentence... words... And without the exact sentence, you can't release it
I have showed you a way or two to find your false belief in previous posts...
Another great way to suspect that there is a core belief is the following method? 1
Let's suppose that you love movies. You watch a movie. You are spellbound. You are somehow kept in awe, but when someone asks what about that movie that does that magical thing to you, you have no answer.
How do you start revealing the core belief that is the linchpin of your whole belief system about yourself, about the nature of the world, or about other people?
I am going to use my own example, because that I know it intimately... because I am aware of all my thoughts and because I have been consciously looking.
Rule number 1: never believe that you have found THE answer. The answer may be deeper than where you are. Example: I thought that my core belief was that I didn't have the right to live. It felt dramatic, and I shifted it. I could have gone my merry way, but that would have been a mistake.