What is your Imaginary Fibreglass?

by | May 18, 2024 | NLP Around You | 0 comments

“Make your story your glory.” – Dr Mehernosh J Randeria, Thoughtfully Yours, 2nd Edition

NLP Quote Corner

“Everyone has a chance; if something didn’t work, it’s because of my limitations, not the other person’s. I am ultimately accountable for and own the outcomes of my choices. All of them.” – John Grinder.

One Minute NLP – Beliefs

Our reality is created by our Beliefs. Beliefs are what we trust to be true and are deeply ingrained in us. They shape our views on important aspects of life and the world. You either believe something or you don’t—there’s no middle ground. The interesting aspect of beliefs is that we are not even aware of some of our beliefs. They are often so deeply ingrained at the unconscious level. Our beliefs can empower or limit us because they often determine what we think we can and cannot do. Even when we don’t think about them, our beliefs still affect us. Beliefs influence our behaviour and decisions, from daily routines to career choices.

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Meta Magic – What is your Imaginary Fibreglass?

A marine biologist decided to experiment with a shark and some fish. He placed a large shark in a big tank and, after a while, added some fish. The shark quickly devoured its tasty meal.

In the second phase of the experiment, the biologist introduced a twist. He inserted a sturdy fibreglass partition to separate the fish from the shark. The shark, with a gleam in its eye, eagerly anticipated another delicious feast. However, it couldn’t break through the fibreglass. It tried again with double the force but to no avail. The shark continued its attempts until it was exhausted. Finally, it realized that the fibreglass barrier was unbreakable.

From that day on, the shark was so convinced by the presence of the fiberglass that it stopped trying altogether.

In the third phase of the experiment, when the marine biologist removed the fibreglass, the shark still believed the barrier was there and ceased its efforts to catch the fish entirely.

My question to you is: Are you living a life limited by an invisible fibreglass like that shark?

Hook From The Book

“The hardest thing about writing is getting in every day, breaking through the membrane. The second-hardest thing is getting out.”- Lily King, Writers and Lovers

Movie Motivation

“Nothing happens to anyone that he is not fitted by nature to bear. This powerful quote from the movie Gladiator reminds us of the NLP Presupposition that everyone has all the resources they need. Whether it is struggles, challenges or new horizons, nature has fitted us with all the resources that we need.

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Mehernosh Randeria

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