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"Dial A Guru" -  Awaken Your True Potential Series

Chapter 8       - Winning Ways to Empower Yourself       by Mala Shah


What are Beliefs?

A belief is an internal feeling that something is true, even though that belief may be unverified or absurd; like the world is flat! It is an acceptance that something exists, or is true, even without proof.


For example, Experts believed that it was impossible for the human body to exert itself to run a mile under 4 minutes, which meant a lot of athletes did not even attempt to do so. Then in 1954, Sir Roger Bannister did run a mile in under four minutes (3minutes and 59.4 seconds, to be precise). Consequently, Sir Bannister set a record and shattered that limiting belief. Since then, every athlete who has competed in the one mile race has managed to complete it in less than four minutes. As part of his training, Sir Bannister persistently visualised the achievement in order to create a sense of certainty in his mind and body.


Another example is based on the belief that our body can’t heal itself. Dr Lissa Rankin M.D. author of Mind Over Medicine Scientific Proof That You Can Heal Yourself writes in her book: In 1957, Dr Bruno Klopfer was observing a medical case of Dr West’s patient Mr. Wright, who had advanced cancer called Lymph sarcoma. Mr. Wright’s body was filled with tumours, his chest, which was filling up with fluids had to be drained every day, causing difficulty in breathing. In Dr West’s opinion, Mr. Wright was not expected to survive a week. But Mr. Wright believed that if he was given a new drug called Krebiozen, he would survive. Krebiozen had been tested on patients who had only a couple of weeks left, and nearing their last days. Mr. Wright only had a few days. After a long time pleading, Mr. Wright was injected with the Krebiozen drug on Friday, and come Monday morning, Mr. Wright was walking about. Dr West could not believe his eyes. Mr. Wright’s tumours had melted away, to half the original size, and ten days later, Mr. Wright left the hospital cancer free. Mr. Wright believed he could be cured and his belief came true. Drugs are not always necessary, but belief in recovery always is.

Beliefs affect us whether they are true or false. Each one of us deals with reality from our unique understanding and perception of our own beliefs.


Where do Beliefs come from?

Our unique beliefs start to develop during our childhood. From around the age of two our beliefs are adopted. Externally from parents, siblings, friends and authority figures such as teachers, and internally from personal experiences of what we see and hear around us. As we mature a pattern starts to develop, which may have flaws.

Source of Beliefs


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Mala’s chapters include:

  • How to change old beliefs for new ones
  • Identifying your core values
  • Power of the mind and developing a positive mental attitude
  • 5 Elements to success


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Chapter 8    - Winning Ways to Empower Yourself       by Mala Shah



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