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TPS2 Session 620 (Deleted Portion) October 11, 1972 19/46 (41%) belief reins license reversed unworthiness

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There are a series of beliefs, built up like blocks one upon the other, that of course form his experience. Now some of these are excellent. The ones that are less advantageous were used as methods of bringing about desired good ends—i.e., they were used in the service of “good beliefs.” It is important that this be understood.

He had for example a strong positive belief in his own abilities, energy and power. He believed he could not only develop his abilities and bring them to fruition, but also help others.

He also had a belief, quite contradictory, in the unworthiness, now, of his being. This was accepted originally in this life, but also for other reasons from the past, from his mother.

The ideas obviously conflicted, and each collected subsidiary beliefs. He could go ahead but he must go slowly, with caution and safeguards to make sure the abilities were (underlined) fulfilled, not misused, because he did not trust himself.

The idea of money also had conflicting connotations. His father had money and was useless—according to early beliefs received from his mother. The father was also, with money now, sexually promiscuous, according to those beliefs.

To use his abilities freely and fully might therefore mean success, money, and sexual license. Your own ideas about money and success of course influenced his beliefs: your combined ideas now of virtuousness and thrift, as opposed to license. Ruburt therefore put himself in a position—as he knows, now—where he focused most of his spontaneity and attention on his work to insure its fulfillment, while cutting out all other distractions and possibilities of misuse or license.

So in their way the beliefs served each other. They began to change balance finally. His mother’s death, the fact that you left your job, and his own growing understanding released him first in financial terms, because of an always latent knowledge and belief in the reality of abundance—his father did have abundance even while Ruburt believed in poverty as a child.

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That, plus the need for money when you left Artistic, and the release from the fear, the belief, that welfare would take what he made. The blocks to the positive belief disappeared, and the belief reversed itself, and quickly. Do you follow me?

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The belief in basic unworthiness was still present, however. Now give us time.

(11:20.) It is this that still keeps physical reins upon the body. The belief that the self must be kept in reins—a trust in the spontaneous self directed toward work, but a distrust of the spontaneous self when it is not so directed.

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These in themselves however bring a feeling of abundance that will be translated physically as long as the initial negative belief is combated and reversed. Give us time.

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He still believes that he must hold himself in reins, because he will (in quotes) “run wild.” This is the basic belief that is causing the physical condition. At times it does become invisible to him, so a part of experience that he does not consciously realize it as an idea about his reality, and not a statement of truth regarding his nature.

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When he thinks he is consciously giving himself good advice, he if often speaking to himself with the voice of the usually unconscious belief. Some quotes for him to recognize in the future:

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You see, he was afraid that he moved too fast for his own good, that to move too fast was irresponsible. He must understand that the basic belief mentioned is a faulty belief, projected upon reality, and not a picture of it. That is one belief that he has not been able to separate himself from.

He has used it therefore as a counterpoint that he does not need. The belief was generated in his childhood, but it was always the underside of the opposite belief in his abilities. If he had not trusted his abilities so much in his particular way, he could not have felt the other freely-spontaneous portions so threatening. Do you follow me?

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Now. He trusts our work far more than he did, and this is to our advantage. He is also beginning to trust himself, as a person. The financial accomplishments add to his person-respect. He sees, for example, that he is also liked as a person who has certain abilities, and this is beginning to alter his beliefs about himself.

The invisibility of the belief however made it difficult for him to deal with it. His conscious resolution is activated, and this is very important. Now do you have any questions?

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It is in black and white, and can be dealt with. He is already benefiting, and has since our August session, but the final separation of the belief from the self is important. (Louder:) The prognosis is good, however. Do you have any questions?

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You have been invaluable to him, particularly of late, and I ask you to consider your own beliefs about his complete recovery. You react to each other’s beliefs. And now, a fond good evening.

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