Meta-Beliefs

‘Everything is Figureoutable’ is like the master-key belief.

You don’t have to play Sherlock Holmes and go searching in every corner of your consciousness for every limiting small belief you have. I’m sure I still have tons of limiting beliefs. But they don’t stop me because of that one master meta-belief that envelops my whole existence.

(Marie Forleo)


Fragments from imaginary dialogues

“That is a huge idea. Instead of rooting out limiting beliefs, focusing on overriding them with a few powerful meta-beliefs.”

“How would you implement it?”

Think of beliefs as a system, and of meta-beliefs as a sub-system.
Think of your identity as a system, which is part of the meta-beliefs system.

Think of yourself as a Designer.

This is the (meta-)framework.

Become a creator and collector of meta-beliefs. 

Reflect on those meta-beliefs often until they become your reality.”

“Can you give some examples of meta-beliefs you’ve created or collected?”

“Here’s a few:

Every moment is a fresh beginning. (T. S. Eliot)

Happiness is your very nature. It lies at the heart of yourself, in all conditions and under all circumstances. It cannot be acquired; it can only be revealed. (Rupert Spira)

I am Love.
I am Play.

It can only ruin your life if it ruins your character, otherwise it cannot harm you, inside or out. (Marcus Aurelius)

Life happens for me, not to me. (Tony Robbins)

Everything is a Gift.
Everything is a Miracle.

Success is inevitable. (Thibaut Meurisse)

The best is yet to come.

The past lives within.

There is something inside you that’s never been lost: your childhood. (Fred Rogers)

There is no age.

I am renewing every day.
I am renewing with every breath.

Winter is on my head, but eternal spring is in my heart. (Victor Hugo)

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About Dani Trusca

Life-Artist, Thinker, Mover (Traceur)

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