Today’s Seth is an example of the kind of analysis we can do when we’re working to become conscious of the beliefs that we’ve held for most of our life - generally due to social/cultural/parental imprinting. The beliefs that cause us to stumble in our manifestations (aka limiting beliefs) are the ones we want to weed out. The question posed by Seth is a good one, since it’s future directed. Once one decides that changing the belief is a good idea, then one has to find the belief (often a network of related beliefs) that need to be changed. The simplest way to do that is to ask “What would someone have to believe to be in this situation”. Once there’s a bit of clarity on the limiting belief(s) then conscious choice can be made. Note that change happens in an instant … it may seem to take longer and be more difficult than that due to beliefs that change requires a certain amount of struggle. Note also that the universe (and your Higher Self) respond to your intention and feeling … not your words.
“Dilemmas result in many ways. The person might succeed financially, only to make a serious or faulty business judgment, thus losing the financial benefits. Another person might express the same dilemma through the body itself, so that “getting ahead” was equated with physical mobility – so that it seemed that physical mobility, while so desired, was still highly dangerous.
“Such reasoning sounds quite outlandish, of course, to most individuals, but the person in question, say with a disease like arthritis, or some other motion-impairing ailment, might ask themselves the question: “What would I do if I were free of the condition?”