These articles are about your self-concept and how to change it. Your concept of self is what you fundamentally believe and assume to be true not only about yourself, but about life itself and others. It is the basis from which you think, feel, perceive, act and ultimately manifest. If you have tried manifesting with little or impermanent success, you'll find that an unaligned self-concept is the most probable cause. To improve your life, you must change yourself not others or outside things, and so it is that changing your self-concept is the key not only to manifesting but to a better life overall. The foundation of a powerful self-concept is self-love; from there you can develop an unshakeable self-worth and learn to leave your past negative experiences and limiting beliefs behind.

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  1. Learn to Love Yourself—The Key of Self-Concept
  2. Everyone is Your Mirror
  3. Understanding Your Emotions
  4. How to Control Your Emotions
  5. Negative Beliefs that Keep on Giving
  6. How to Learn from Negative Experiences
  7. Changing Your Habits to Change Your Life
  8. How to Change Your Perception
  9. How to Leave the Past Behind
  10. How to Change the Past with Revision
  11. How to Know Your Self-Worth
  12. Understanding Your Core Beliefs
  13. The Definitive List of Core Beliefs
  14. How to Identify & Decode Limiting Beliefs
  15. How to Use Positive Daily Affirmations
  16. The Top 100 Positive Affirmations List
  17. The Power of Autosuggestions
  18. Reprogram the Subconscious Mind


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Reprogram the Subconscious Mind: In this article you'll learn how to change your self-concept by reprogramming your subconscious mind, which is the main cause behind your experiences. You can actively reprogram your mind by using these 8 techniques, aimed at changing your self-concept, or else what you believe or assume to be true about yourself, others and about life. And when you do, your life will begin to positively reflect those changes.

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The Power of Autosuggestions: Learn about autosuggestions as an alternative to positive affirmations to reprogram your subconscious mind and change your self-concept. Autosuggestions suggest to your subconscious mind what to believe in the second-person, instead of affirming in the first-person. The difference is subtle but significant in that it decreases the inner resistance that traditional affirmations often trigger.

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The Top 100 Positive Affirmations List: Use this list of 100 affirmations for the 10 key areas of life to reprogram your subconscious mind, change limiting beliefs and revolutionise your concept of self. Affirmations have the power to transform your life and produce positive changes in what you believe to be true about yourself and life, which makes attaining your goals and manifesting easier.

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How to Use Positive Daily Affirmations: Learn how to use daily affirmations to support your manifestation efforts by affirming a powerful self-concept. Reprogram your subconscious mind to be more optimistic and overwrite limiting beliefs with these 10 rules for affirmations. By changing what you believe through daily affirmations, your circumstances will also start to change.

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How to Identify & Decode Limiting Beliefs: Limiting beliefs, limit your your self-concept to the same degree. Learn how to identify these self-imposed beliefs with 6 steps and 6 questions to decode them in the 6 key areas of your life. This is a step-by-step guide on how to uncover what is holding you back in life, and on how to change those core beliefs that no longer serve you and take you away from what you want.

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The Definitive List of Core Beliefs: A definitive list of core beliefs, both positive and negative, for each main category of life. You can use these lists to assist you in identifying the beliefs that underpin your own self-concept or what you assume to be true. Once you've understood what core beliefs are, how they are formed and how they run your life, you can turn to these lists to start identifying your own, and selecting new ones to adopt.

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Understanding Your Core Beliefs: There is no greater influence on your life and conception of self than your core beliefs. They are the building blocks of your inner world. Your core beliefs are those assumptions you hold to be true about yourself, others and life without question. By uncovering them and transforming or overwriting the limiting beliefs, your success will soar in all areas as you will have changed what you believe about yourself.

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How to Know Your Self-Worth: Your self-worth is a reflection of how much you value yourself, which is a direct function of what you believe about your self. Having high self-worth is synonymous to believing you're worthy of receiving all that is good and enjoying a life in which you're loved, accepted and respected. By basing your self-concept on knowing your True Self, there can be no doubt.

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How to Change the Past with Revision: Your past experiences have played a major role in shaping your self-concept and still influence you in the present moment. You can learn to change your past using the Revision Technique. All possible versions of the past, present and future exist timelessly. Imagining the version of a past experience as you would've wanted it, changes the beliefs that were born of that experience.

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How to Leave the Past Behind: There's no need to break the laws of physics to travel back in time. You already have access to a timeless world that is your mind and imagination. Learn to 'freeze' your negative experiences that are still affecting you to this day, leaving them where they belong—in the past. This releases your self-concept and assumptions about life from their clutches.

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How to Change Your Perception: Your perception of events has created the core beliefs that make up what you believe about yourself. When you change your perception about an experience, the experience also changes, and so do your assumptions. You can more easily change your perception of any experience when you recognise that you made it up in the first instance. Learn how to change your perception and what you perceive will change.

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Changing Your Habits to Change Your Life: Everything you repeatedly do, say and think is as a result of your habits, which are products of your beliefs. Your habits are closely related to your self-concept, and the success you enjoy in your life, or the lack thereof, is directly related to them. By changing your habits, you get to change your life from the roots up, rather than having to use excessive self-control to achieve the changes you want.

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How to Learn from Negative Experiences: By focusing or ruminating on past negative experiences, you live in their presence and create a future in their shadow. What you assume about your self, life and others is affected by all your experiences, and even more so by the negative ones because you perceived them as direct threats to your survival. Learning from your experiences transforms them into positive lessons.

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Negative Beliefs that Keep on Giving: Your beliefs are the blueprint of your circumstances and directly affect your manifesting success with your limiting beliefs standing in the way of your success. Learn why despite your efforts to exclusively focus on your desires, your unchecked negative beliefs manifest more of what you do not want through the Universal Laws, and what to do about it.

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How to Control Your Emotions: You can rise above the emotional turmoil in your inner world by learning how to transcend the Universal Laws of Polarity and Rhythm. By rising above your emotions to the awareness of the Observer, you become their witness rather than their puppet being flung around by the swing of the pendulum. Learn to create an inner state of inner joy and peace that positively shapes your self-concept.

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Understanding Your Emotions: When you understand your emotions and how they arise, you can learn to manage them. Opposite emotions are inseparable from each other—the one brings the other courtesy of the Laws of Polarity and Rhythm. Positive emotions lift you higher, negative emotions pull you down, and those expressed extremely swing the other way. Learn how to attain emotional balance in this article.

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Everyone is Your Mirror: The secret to creating amazing relationships, beyond what you may even deem possible, is that everyone is your mirror; your relationships are mirrors. Your self-concept determines the quality of your relationships because it holds the details of what is being reflected back in the mirror. Learn why others are reflecting your consciousness back to you and how to change the reflection.

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Learn to Love Yourself: Self-love is at the very foundation of your self-concept. The single most important relationship you will ever have is the one you have with yourself. At the core of the golden rule to 'love your neighbour as you love yourself', you will find the instruction to love yourself first. Indeed, loving yourself is the greatest love of all, and doing so will transform not only your relationships with others but your life as a whole.

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Quotes About Your Self-Concept

"Simply dare to assume you are what you want to be and you will compel everyone to play their part."—Neville Goddard

"To get back to the person I am, I had to reject so much of who I was told that I was."—Allyson Dinneen

"Change your conception of yourself and you will automatically change the world in which you live. Do not try to change people; they are only messengers telling you who you are. Revalue yourself and they will confirm the change."—Neville Goddard



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