Bust A Limiting Belief

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Here’s the link to my program to bust a limiting belief that 90% of people have.  When you break through this inner barrier you’ll find yourself more able to achieve things you’ve been unable to achieve for years.

Click here to get rid of a limiting belief for good

After you get rid of your belief, let me know what you think below.

Morty Lefkoe

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Marjorie September 19, 2014 at

I really love the process for “I’m not good enough.” I have a question about abandonment. My father never wanted me and still does not (I’m almost 40)…how do I get over that? It’s not the quite the same as the what you laid out in the 3 recordings.

Marjorie

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Regal Holly Feray September 3, 2014 at

I had to use considerable tapping with this video to gain full freedom. This video was a great starting place to find the stuck place I had put my self.

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Lori August 12, 2014 at

It would be nice to have the actual belief listed by the belief number when searching for a belief that I want to work on. Sometimes the belief will immediately pop up on the screen and I can know if this is the one I want to work on, and sometimes I have to listen for a while until it describes the belief. Having the description available would save the user time in having to click through all 19 beliefs to find the one they wish to work on. Thanks.

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Brenda Moore August 11, 2014 at

great work! wow! powerful results for me just with the “I’m not good enough” belief. Thank you for the free audio.

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Patricia Weber (@patweber) August 6, 2014 at

The process is all logical, and helpful.

I’m wondering what BELIEF I might be needing help with because I am feeling like with every one I’m working through with your program, it FEELS like I’m down on my parents. Where did I miss you talk about or address this?

Thanks.

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Morty Lefkoe August 11, 2014 at

Hi Patricia,

Thanks for your interest in our work.

Here is a link to a blog post I wrote about why our parents are the source of most of our basic self-esteem type beliefs. http://www.mortylefkoe.com/wonderful-parents/

Love, Morty

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Chris July 30, 2014 at

Ditto to what Elaine said. Exactly the same for me.

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Elaine July 29, 2014 at

All I can say is WOW! This program lead me logically, step by step, to help me realize it was my interpretations, not what my parents actually said, that has colored my whole life! What a weight has been lifted off my mind and heart! Thank you so much!!!

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maria September 21, 2014 at

well said Elaine. Amazing to be able to come to this understanding / realisation in less than 30 min. Thanks Morty!

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Lucas Lindblom July 20, 2014 at

Hi Morty,

My question is about science. In the same way we actually never see the belief “i’m not good enough” in reality, is it true that science never actually see their in models IN reality, but only in their minds? I am a bit confused about this, because they can test their models IN reality and it obviously produces the results they expected. So this sort of confirms that their imagined models in their minds are true.

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Stacey Barlow July 13, 2014 at

Your name and website was given to me by one of your students; within 20 seconds to a minute I no longer felt that I wasn’t good enough. I look at it now as what my parents were doing was not setting me up to fail but setting me up to succeed. . .thank you for making that clear to me. I really appreciate it.

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Katja June 29, 2014 at

Dear Morty,
I’ve reading you blog for some months now and started the Natural Confidence program. It’s very clear to me that we attribute meaning to events and that it’s our interpretations and beliefs which make us feel bad, not the events. But since the beginning I’m having trouble with your statement of “events have no (inherent) meaning”. I think that you cannot compare a person’s behaviour with rain that is falling. For me a person’s behaviour is always an expression of her needs (I’m getting trained in non-violent communication at the moment and I really like this point of view). E.g. your daughter is yelling at you and tells you you’re annoying. There is a reason why she’s acting that way although you or even your daughter don’t know it. “This event has no meaning” “makes me” upset every time I hear it in you Natural Confidence program. When you ask “Can you see now that this event has no meaning” I always want to reply “No! It has a meaning, even if it’s not the meaning I give the event” and it makes me hard to continue with the program because I think that you deny the meaning which at least exists for the acting person. It helped me that you say in the program that “this event has no meaning” can be understood as “this event doesn’t tell anything for sure about yourself or life”, but it still kind of blocks me. If you have an advice how to deal with this I would be very grateful. Thanks for sharing your ideas with so many people.
Kindest regards, Katja (from Germany)

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maria September 21, 2014 at

Katja, thanks for pointing this out! This was an amazing exercise, with great success for me, but I actually had the same reaction when I heard “Can you see this event has no meaning”… “NO…!” Reading your post reminded me of that and also helped when you restated Morty’s words “this event doesn’t tell anything for sure about your life.” Thanks!

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V v June 6, 2014 at

Great program only half way through.

Best money I spent on self development!

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Lisa R May 31, 2014 at

One of my bigger beliefs is “change is difficult and it takes a long time.” I’ve been hard on myself when I’ve tried to create new habits in my life, only to see myself go back to my old ways. After witnessing myself going back to old ways so many times, I concluded that change is difficult. It seemed to be the logical conclusion! Eliminating this belief is particularly freeing for me. Thank you Morty. I’m looking forward to the rest of the Natural Confidence program.

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Mohammed May 20, 2014 at

My biggie is “I am not good enough”. This belief has dominated my life, and I am now 74. After doing the process, it no longer affected me. About time too, as I wish to start my healing practice again. So far I feel quite positive about re-starting my career. I am now working on belief 8, and I feel inspired already. I checked by muscle testing, and about a week now The belief I am not good enough has disappeared for good. Thank you Morty

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Andres Lozano May 17, 2014 at

Morty,
I have been eliminated 1 belief a day I’m on # 6. I did do the who am l session which I thought was very impacting. I have alway been one to watch what I say before speaking so therefore limits me from speaking. good news is that yesterday i spoke withmy boss and did it freely and effortless. I will keep you updated.

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Morty Lefkoe May 18, 2014 at

Congratulations. Please keep me informed.

Love, Morty

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Ralph May 17, 2014 at

Hi Morty,
Busted all the beliefs and all the additional exercises but still feel anxiety when public speaking or holding meetings with big bosses. I think it is very therapeutic and helps you get to the bottom of your childhood issues, but my anxiety is work related and has only come about over the past few years due to stress. So do I still have a nagging belief that is not on your list or has the chemical balance in my brain changed me forever ?
Cheers
Ralph

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Morty Lefkoe May 18, 2014 at

Hi Ralph,

I can’t tell from your note. If the anxiety just started a few years ago, then you might have additional recntly-formed beliefs that are still causing your anxiety.

A session(s) with a trained Certified LM facilitator could help you identify and eliminate a couple additional beliefs.

Love, Morty

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Nick May 12, 2014 at

Morty, if I am wondering and worrying if I am doing the program right, what belief is that? I have completed the first five beliefs in natural confidence.

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Simon April 28, 2014 at

Hi Morty

I tried the failure buster and that felt like it worked. Then I tried the “I’m not good enough’ buster and that didn’t.

I’m adopted and wasn’t conscious that I felt ‘not good enough’ til I hit 40. I’m now 47 and feel this less…but it’s still there despite a lot of self development work . I came across your website in Nancy Verrier’s book on adoption.

What advice would you give me?

Thanks simon

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Nicole April 26, 2014 at

Dear Morty,
my mother language is German and I am so grateful that I finally found a solution to get rid of the belief “I am not good enough”. I really was astounded in the end, that it was really gone. But the next day, as I went forward to “I am not important”, I realized that over this lies a much stronger belief, something like: My lesson to learn in this incarnation is to experience how it feels completely lost, with no family, friends, without education (therefore impecunious), any chance in the outer world to come out off the drama EXCEPT to make it all alone, because I have to balance karma. I know that if you ask, there comes a light and I experience that in amazing ways, so that I am very hopeful to achieve my goals (I did the “Passion Test” before I came to you, got a link to “Happy for no reason” and a recommendation from Marcy to your site). I go now forward thinking my karma should be balanced all I have experienced and now it’s time for a change: I deserve a nice future, because I want to give and help to make the world a better place with equal opportunities for all. I know out there are places where I am welcome and people who like me.
Every day I meditate in order to bring heart and mind in alignment (centering excercise: feel the connection to earth and heaven in the heart) what gives me massive support.

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rebecca April 23, 2014 at

Dear Morty,
I have just completed the 19 beliefs and 4 conditionings – woohoo!!
I have always struggled with my emotional and physical health, and for 10 years I have been on a mission to heal myself from my childhood experience of feeling unloved. Your work is brilliant! It is making a massive difference to me and I came across it when I was losing all hope of change. It’s a life-saver!
Wishing you and your family all the very best for the period of treatment you are entering. May it be as successful as your wonderful work!
Rebecca xxx

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Chipo April 4, 2014 at

Thank you Morty,
I went through all the 19 beliefs and 4 conditionings and I feel very light. Some of the beliefs were over the chart of a scale of 1-10 and at the end there were all zero.I feel that my self esteem is much better and it can only get better and better. Thank you. thank you. I feel at peace with myself. PEACE. Chipo

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Alyssa April 4, 2014 at

Is it possible to create a belief like “I’m not good enough for a relationship” or one even more specific like “I’m not good enough for my boyfriend”? or other beliefs that I think cause me jealously like “I’m not good enough to earn my boyfriend’s attention”

At first I thought that I had relearned the belief “I’m not good enough” but after going through the video again I think that that belief is unlearned but other similar beliefs are still there.

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Mark March 24, 2014 at

The power of suggestion, positive thinking all comes into play with your technique… but it’s also a rational understanding of how our childhood shapes us and a good way to change all that. I enjoyed your video and found it helpful. However, I find myself slightly resisting only because I worry I might get lost. Who am I? I’m so used to being the sarcastic nay sayer (blaming the world for my problems) that I fear I won’t recognize myself! Anyone else face this?

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maria September 21, 2014 at

Mark, even though I don’t share the same thought, I can see what you mean. Would it help to your perspective? Instead of worrying that you might not recognise yourself if you’re no longer your sarcastic self, why not rejoice in the opportunity to improve your life. You must have wanted to change your limiting beliefs in order to be doing Morty’s videos. I myself feel so empowered by being reminded that: You create your beliefs and your beliefs determine your life! However… you are ‘resisting’, so I don’t think you were successful in eliminating the belief. I’d do the exercise again and see if you notice a shift. Good luck!

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Leslie March 21, 2014 at

Just listened to the free replay. I must say…I believe that was right up my ally. :-) Morty, do you have any idea what can of worms you opened up? Although I understood this concept, your method of walking me through it is making me question every limiting belief I have.

I’ll definitely have to let my friends know about this method. Simply brilliant.

Thanks a bunch,
Leslie

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Morty Lefkoe March 24, 2014 at

Hi Mark,

You aren’t really your negative thoughts or your positive thoughts. You are the creator of both.

You won’t get lost. Promise. over 150,000 have done this.

Love, Morty

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Alyssa March 16, 2014 at

Hi Morty,
I am having some trouble with the beliefs, People aren’t interested in what I have to say, What I have to say isn’t important, and It’s dangerous for people to put their attention on me. As I went through the videos I noticed that I couldn’t find a source for the belief that occurred with me parents, although I think that out of all the beliefs, these three are the most true for me. From what I can remember, my parents gave me a lot of attention as a child and cared for me well. I think I learned these beliefs in elementary school through my interactions with my peers. I was bullied through elementary school and middle school which caused me to still feel as if I was being bullied during high school. How should I approach eliminating these beliefs through your videos?

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Latrice March 8, 2014 at

I feel this exercise is very similar to cognitive behavioral therapy. It is replacing a irrational belief with a rational belief. I am happy to say that It woks. Thanks

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brenda March 6, 2014 at

morty,
your videos are great.. do you have a video to help me break my belief that ‘I don’t look good enough’? that would really help!
thanks!

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Morty Lefkoe March 6, 2014 at

Hi Brenda,

No, we don’t have a video to help you eliminate that belief but you could learn how to eliminate beliefs yourself. For information about our training programs please check out http://lefkoeuniversity.com/offer

Or you can have a session with one of our Certified Lefkoe Method Facilitators who could help you eliminate a few beliefs in a one-hour phone or Skype session. For more information please call us at 415-884-0552.

Love, Morty

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Prinul Patel March 3, 2014 at

Guys, firstly, I am finding the videos very useful at eliminating beliefs. However, the repetition is killing me and I’m finding it hard to concentrate!!! do you have any tips on how I can get through the next 11 beliefs without going crazy?! I’m on number 8 now and am trying my best to listen to the broken record.. or is that part of the ‘training?’ I am very keen on working through this information so please help if you have any advise.

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Morty Lefkoe March 3, 2014 at

Hi Prinul,

Sorry the repetition is making it so hard for you to concentrate.

There is a technique to eliminate beliefs permanently and it consists of asking certain questions and helping people to find certain answers. You have to do that if you want to eliminate one belief or 100 beliefs. Unfortunately the process for eliminating a belief doesn’t change after you’ve eliminated the first seven.

Any technique, be it brushing your teeth, making toast, driving a car, etc. has to be repeated to produce the desired result.

Some people are able to eliminate 10 beliefs in a day and are not bothered by the repetition. Others do only one belief a day because they are. Do whatever works for you.

Love, Morty

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cameshia March 8, 2014 at

hey prinul, i’m a college student and i can’t afford morty’s dvd yet , so can you please send me some of your dvd’s please?

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sara March 2, 2014 at

Dear Morty,

I stumbled across your website and honestly didn’t expect much at all. Having watched the video, I must say that I do feel different and much more positive. I would like to thank you for making a difference in my life today.

Limiting beliefs are so utterly debilitating as you know and it is uplifting to experience any shift no matter how large or small.

I also liked your presentation. It was a no nonsense, practical approach and it was appreciated.

I wish you well on your journey and I hope that more and more people get to experience your technique. I will most certainly be spreading the word.

Kind regards,

Sara Weis
Dublin, Ireland.

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miranda February 12, 2014 at

Hi Monty,
I love your work, and it has helped me to the extent the more I use your methods, the more interested in them I become both academically and creatively. The eliminating belief process is great, but because you’re using the internet and therefore are slightly at the mercy of words and the odd picture, it attaints a 2d nature. I was wondering, especially with the ‘create your life’ part that there could be a way of developing it to include senses of taste and smell?

For example, you could tell people to try something along the lines of a simple recipe for brownies; you tell them what the brownies will taste like before they taste them, (the first way of experiencing something), they then order the brownie from your web sight (ok, slightly squidgy in the post but you get the drift of it,) they then eat the brownie, the second way of experiencing it. Lastly they are given the brownie recipe to make, the third way of experiencing it.

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So yes, quite random but I thought I would post this anyway as I think your work is great, but like anything is always a process that can be added to.

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Carol February 7, 2014 at

Morty,
I think your work is brilliant, practical, and it addresses deeply held beliefs. One of mine has been the “not good enough.” I loved your simple way of having people come to expereince themselves as the creator of their own beliefs and thereofre the creator. THANK YOU for your generosity! Carol

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Evelyn January 31, 2014 at

Thank you.

The way that worked was quite intriguing, and it helped my mind think down a path I hadn’t traveled before. I have helped myself get over anger issues and other limiting behavior by introspection but I usually had to catch the experience right at the trigger level a couple of times, as it was beginning to form. This is the first time I’ve experienced a planned activation of a behavior issue. I know it was a belief but it produces limiting behavior.
Oh, just thank you.
Evelyn

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rosalind January 23, 2014 at

Hi Morty,
in one of your videos you talk about how the child created these beliefs by looking at the behaviour of the parents. With children being intrinsically good, and not having any sense of judgement unless taught by those around, I have a hard time understanding how the child is able to create such a belief.

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Morty Lefkoe January 24, 2014 at

Hi Rosalind,

A child seems to unconsciously ask himself: Why are mom and dad never round when I want them? And he comes up with a logical answer: I’m not important.

That is the answer most children seem to give to that scenario. And most children seem to conclude I’m not good enough when they don’t do what mom and dad want and they are angry or annoyed.

It’s not so much a judgment as the meaning children give their parent’s behavior.

I can’t explain why most children seem to form such beliefs in such situations, but we’ve discovered from literally thousands of clients that they do.

Love, Morty

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susan January 20, 2014 at

Morty, You based all this on childhood. I’m 63 and this has happenened in last 8 years. Do you ever read your mail?

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Morty Lefkoe January 21, 2014 at

Hi SUsan,

Sorry I did not reply earlier but we are closed on Sundays and yesterday was a holiday and we were closed also. I just got into the office Tuesday morning.

Based on our experience with literally thousands of clients who have eliminated many beliefs in order to make profound changes in their lives, self-esteem type beliefs are formed in the first six years of life in interactions with parents or primary caregivers.

I wrote a couple of blog posts to explain why.

http://www.mortylefkoe.com/031610/ and http://www.mortylefkoe.com/wonderful-parents/#

Love, Morty

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Susan Droege January 19, 2014 at

Most of my beliefs come from many, many disappointing experiences in life, not from my parents.

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Andrea January 10, 2014 at

Hi Morty -

I am working through Natural Confidence and periodically working through “Who am I really?”. I get that we are the creator of our beliefs and therefore the creator of our lives. But when I get near the end of the segment and you ask about how I feel about the possibilities, I still feel as though there are many beliefs that are in the way of creating my own life and I don’t know what all those beliefs are, yet. So, I really don’t have the feelings that you describe in the segment that others have felt. Any thoughts?

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Morty Lefkoe January 14, 2014 at

Hi Andrea,

If you are thinking about beliefs that you still need to eliminate, your aren’t in the “creator space.” You are in your head, thinking about the future.

Try doing the WAIR? Process again and allow yourself to make the distinction between you the creator and you the creation. Get that who you really are is the creator of your life. When you are in that space, you will not think about what’s missing, it will feel–at that moment–as if nothing is missing, anything is possible, and that you have no limitations.

Sometimes people have to do the process a few times to be able to get into–or stay in for a few minutes–that space.

Let me know what happens.

Love, Morty

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Andrea January 15, 2014 at

Thanks, Morty. I’ll give it a try.

Many Thanks,

Andrea

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Susan Droege January 9, 2014 at

I can’t get anything out of this website. Am I doing something wrong? If not, you just confirmed my belief of not being important. Pretty cruel!

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Morty Lefkoe January 9, 2014 at

Hi Susan,

Sorry you are having difficulties with our free belief-elimination program.

About 150,000 people have tried it and it works for most people, but not all.

I am not sure why it is not working for you. If you want to call us perhaps we can give you some help in getting it to work. 415-884-0552.

Love, Morty

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Jenny Tan December 31, 2013 at

Hi Moety,
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In other words, I cannot get pass your captcha code to submit my request.
Hence I am writing via this channel.
It appears that I am not able to get much benefit from the program and hence I would like to request for a refund.
Please advise the procedure and please note that I cannot communicate thru your helpdesk due to the above issue.

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Meghan December 30, 2013 at

What if my parents actually told me I wasn’t good enough? What if I was told I was the problem and cause of all of their marital discord? What if I was held under water in a bathtub whenever I tried to be heard? Is it possible to get rid of a limiting belief if you were told you weren’t good enough and didn’t just deduce it from your parents behavior?

Thanks for your response,
Meghan

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Morty Lefkoe December 30, 2013 at

Hi Meghan,

While you may have heard your parents say you aren’t good enough enough, you never heard that what they said was true. One interpretation of your parents saying it is that they thought you weren’t good enough and they were right, another interpretation is that your parents thought it was true but they were wrong.

Love, Morty

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John December 24, 2013 at

Morty,

I am excited how you have taken a complex philosophy (existentialism) and made it simple(r) to “get it”. We create/label the meaning from meaningless events. This means we have the ability to create or significantly influence our lives. In concept we are the creator in Genisis. May we remain humble with this knowledge.

John

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Jeff December 5, 2013 at

Hi Morty

I just finished watching the videos in your free “I’m not good enough” limiting-belief series, and I’m afraid to say that it hasn’t worked for me. I can honestly say that I never got the feeling from my parents that I wasn’t good enough. They were always incredibly supportive.

My feeling of not being good enough is quite specific, and it’s centred around my ability (or inability) to attract women. I’m a short man of 5’4″, and the belief that I’m not good enough is a result of beliefs and perceptions surrounding my height.

Can the Lefkoe Method be applied to my specific limiting beliefs?

Kind regards,

Jeff

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Morty Lefkoe December 5, 2013 at

Hi Jeff,

Sorry that the free belief-elimination process didn’t work for you.

Here are a couple of blog posts that explain the source of negative self-esteem beliefs. http://www.mortylefkoe.com/031610/ and http://www.mortylefkoe.com/wonderful-parents/#

There certainly are other beliefs that lead men to have anxiety about approaching a woman, and I wrote a blog post about that also: http://www.mortylefkoe.com/overcome-approach-anxiety/

After reading these articles, let me know if you still have any questions.

Love, Morty

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Kimberley May 19, 2014 at

Hello Morty,
While listening to you describe your life before your personal transformation and awakening . I heard myself, especially the relationship part:)I am a mother of five children from four different men i was married twice . Was not given much love or consideration by any of them yet gave all of myself to them and spent my life from 15 years old until present 41 loving and caring for my children . I have avoided a relationship of any kind due to not wanting to sabotage another one. I have been readying myself for a fantastic man to come into my life and i believe he is now here!I really do not want to screw it up by being over caring and zealous. I am really watching my thoughts and have caught myself a few times falling back into old patterns of thinking and then acting or doing . I did experience your i”m not good enough exercise and do comprehend the difference. Hopefully it will remain in my consciousness,
Recent activity in my life offers me the insight that i am well on my way attracting a healthy and happy individual who mirrors me in fantastic ways;although i will certainly take the rest of your exercises as i do not want any old negative beliefs or conditioning to get in the way of our love and happiness together and we attracted each other a month before .
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annamaria November 27, 2013 at

Hi Morty and Shelley,
being an italian girl i would love to ask you to do this program also in italian since many italians have a feeling of being victim of something or someone.
Anxiety is the answer for many. They feel no love around them and feel lonley. They usually let go in life. I saw thousands of them, Morty!

They usually use the expression ” There`s no hope”. No wonder Italy now is the recession and are on their last leg. Of course my parents, friends, relatives and acquaintance speak all the same, “there`s no hope”. They are anxious and in depression. The parents being under stress “attack” their kids. Women are way to strong, they are not subjected to the husband, the husband does what the woman wants or else. Women shouts and show off their nails. Its quite frightening, Morty,.

I remember my mother doing this with me . I was in fear, shivering and crying in the night time in my bed `til i was falling asleep exhausted. I believe your program not only can help them but also is quite reasonable money wise.

I`ll be happy to translate for you all of the program.

Be well, Love
Annamaria :)

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Morty Lefkoe November 27, 2013 at

Hi Annamaria,

Thanks for your offer to translate our program. I’m not sure, however, if you are talking about the three free beliefs of the 19 beliefs in our Natural Confidence program?

In any case, although it would be great to have a translation, we then would have to turn the translation into videos. And even more important, we need to find a way to market the videos in Italy once we have all of them prepared in Italian.

If someone offered to help us market the videos in Italy, we would be more interested in creating an Italian product.

I’m sure that at some point we will be able to offer all our program in several languages, including Italian.

Live, Morty

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Travis November 24, 2013 at

Hello, im a person who never had success here (tried in past) and back trying again.

If nothing that happens has any meaning, how are we suppose to live? How do we interpret our mistakes? How do we get better?

The beliefs I have are based on the consequences I paid after events. We all attribute meanings to events. How many times should I touch a red hot stove before accepting that warm radiation and glowing red color as “caution, may be hot, don’t touch”? In life many things happen and we give them meaning to try to avoid getting burned again.

If someone comes in a room and doesn’t speak to me. I might think they don’t like me. No problem. Its the meaning I gave it and may not be true. Especially since I can’t “see” it. But later when that person comes up to me and says “Your fired”, that’s a consequence of something in this world.

I want to change my beliefs, because I believe they are limiting. I think my beliefs have something to do with me consistently getting negative results in life. Yet I go through the videos, say im not good enough outloud, and still feel not good enough. If no events have any meaning other than what I give them, how do I change my life?

What “reasonable” interpretations should I make to stop having a life that consistently produces results against my goals? The problem is just as extreme as what I feel rather I ‘see’ it or not.

If im the farmer and the rain makes me feels good since I gave it that meaning. I don’t care. My problem is as the farmer, im getting no rain, and regardless of how I feel, I want to change my circumstances so I can feed my family.

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Morty Lefkoe November 25, 2013 at

Hi Travis,

If you call me at 415-884-0552 I’ll see if I can answer all your questions.

Love, Morty

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Walid November 15, 2013 at

Thanks a lot for the free programm ! I’ve did the failure and ” not good enough ” programs about an hour ago, as i suspected them to be the root of my procrastination and fear of producing my art ! And i have a question : how do we really know if the belief is gone forever ! I mean, i don’t have any emotional attach to the sentences anymore, but how do i know if it’s gonna really help me in my life, does it take some time to get used to that new awareness ?
I’m feeling a bit weird ( or different ) just after doing the processes, not only in my mind, but in my chest, and the first time, when i was imagining my parents yelling at me, i was really feeling bad, as if i was living it again, but for the second process, i felt almost nothing with the same memory !

Anyway, thanks a lot for everything you’ve accomplished !

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Morty Lefkoe November 25, 2013 at

Hi Walid,

The only way to know if the beliefs will come back is to check a week or a month later. For most people, the beliefs do not come back.

Did they come back for you?

Love,Morty

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Sylvie October 30, 2013 at

I tried the one for “I’m not important”, thinking it wouldn’t take, and wouldn’t be tested. The very next morning, I had a conversation with my boyfriend, telling him that I was feeling a bit neglected since he’s taken on more work. It wasn’t a serious conversation, I was just noticing it. He jokingly said, ‘Well, do you think you’re special?’. In the past (meaning prior to working the video), I would have been crushed, even though he was joking. Instead, I looked right at him and said, “I KNOW I’m special. I want you to think I’m special too.”

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vee October 19, 2013 at

I have just started on the remove a limited belief in 20 mins. Must say that I found this very interesting but like any one sceptical . So I will give this a go and see how I am in a week or so time 19/10/2013. Vee

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Morty Lefkoe October 23, 2013 at

Hi Vee,

Many people are skeptical that we can help them eliminate a belief they’ve lived with for a lifetime in just a few minutes. But about 150,000 people have done it.

Let me know what you think after you’ve eliminated a few beliefs.

Love, Morty

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Violetta October 17, 2013 at

Morty,

With regards and appreciation
Thank you very much,

Violetta Papala

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Almitra Buzan October 5, 2013 at

Hi Morty,

I’ve just eliminated my 11th belief! I am amazed at the difference I’m already seeing in my life! Like you said in the program, I didn’t have to do anything, I just feel different, and I think and behave differently. I’m a full-time stay at home mom with two very young children. I had felt like doing things other than providing basic care for my kids was hard. Now, I’m getting extra things done every day, often without realizing it! Cooking dinner had been a real challenge. But two weeks ago, my husband mentioned that I had cooked dinner every night that week. I didn’t even notice!

I started a blog, but wasn’t getting to it very often, getting started writing was a struggle, and I was concerned about what others would think of my writing. Now, I’m writing and posting more often, and I’m less concerned with what others might think.

Even when I’m having a difficult time, I still feel like anything is possible. There are no absolutes anymore!

Also, as a Christian, I feel like your program has helped my faith because I can believe the Lord with fewer nagging voices in my head saying, you can’t believe the Lord for that, you can’t do that, what if God doesn’t answer your prayer? Your program has been such a blessing for me!

I can’t wait to finish your program, because I want to see what I’ll be like when I’m no longer burdened with negative beliefs.

Also, I’m currently working through Shelly’s parenting system too, and I’m noticing an improvement in my parenting. So, please tell your wife thank you for me!

God Bless You!

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Carole Howard October 2, 2013 at

Hi Morty,

I just listened to the program on the belief “I’m not important” because I figured that was the one behind my great anxiety whenever I have to do public speaking — the “all eyes are on me” panic. (This is in spite of the fact that I’ve done it many times and, in the end, it’s always fine.) I enjoyed the program and need to chew on it/think about it for awhile. Is there anything else, in particular, you can suggest I do?
Thanks, Carole

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Morty Lefkoe October 9, 2013 at

Hi Carole,

We have helped about 4,000 get over a fear of public speaking and have discovered that there are 10-11 beliefs and three conditionings that cause the fear in most people — not one belief.

We have been so successful in helping people that we offer an unconditional guarantee that if your fear is not totally gone in four one hour sessions with one of our Certified Lefkoe Method Facilitators, you get a full refund.

For more information or to make an appointment, please call us at 415-884-0552.

Love, Morty

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Bernice Martinez October 1, 2013 at

I completed the Natural Confidence session last week and I’m evaluating how it’s working for me. Good so far. I’ve suffered from social anxiety throughout the majority of my 64 years on earth. In the last week, I haven’t felt scared or anxious in social situations. My head feels clear and I’m able to assert myself easier than before. I’m able to be a better listener. I’m experiencing a calmness which I haven’t experienced in years. I can say the fear is gone. I’ve spent a lot of time and money on therapy and have found the Lefkoe Method to be an effective shortcut for healing my suffering due to my former false beliefs. Thank you Morty, Shelly and their staff.

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janis September 25, 2013 at

A little in my head about the belief- “if I make a mistake or fail- i’ll be rejected.” Things that come to mind for me is what about people who get fired for making a mistake or failing? They get rejected from the job position and not as an individual? same thing for kids, they may have made mistakes as kids and gotten themselves kicked out of school. The school rejects the behavior and there by rejects them. How can one see past this of not being REJECTED completely for making a mistake or failing?

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Morty Lefkoe September 28, 2013 at

Hi Janis,

The belief Mistakes and failure are bad means you believe ALL mistakes and failure, in any situation, are bad. That statement is not true.

Can it be true that making a mistake in a specific situation leads to a “bad” result? Of course But finding a single piece of evidence does not mean the generalization is true.

Love, Morty

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Simone September 25, 2013 at

I understand that we give things a meaning and it is our interpretation of the events. I understand that meaning is different to consequences. However, I do not understand how clearing or changing the meaning to an event, whilst it may change the belief, actually clears the emotion and/or consequences from the body (you speak of the mind as if it is separate).

In my case, many of my beliefs, such as “not good enough” came from a harsh, strict, physically disciplinary father. My body and nervous system, through physical abuse, become primed to be in a certain state of anxiety and fear on an almost constant basis. I can clear beliefs and give the events a different spin, but having 10 Uncle Morty’s across the road wouldn’t have changed how my body and neurology was conditioned.

I am very interested to hear how your thoughts on how you believe changing your belief system changes all the body systems? Thank you.

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Morty Lefkoe October 23, 2013 at

Hi Simone,

I’m not sure how eliminating beliefs changes body systems, all I know from the reports of literally thousands of people that when beliefs are eliminated, anxieties stop. The fear of public speaking has been stopped by about 4,000 people. Social anxiety has been stopped. Anger has been stopped.

It might be hard to make real if you are only reading about it and not experiencing it. But when you stop giving meaning to an event, the event does not and cannot result in feelings of any kind. We’ve had hundreds of people confirm that.

Love, Morty

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Abigail Lo September 22, 2013 at

Dear Morty,

Hi, my name’s Abigail. I just got rid of my belief that mistakes and failures are bad. I feel so empowered; I’m pinching myself to make sure it’s not a dream. The amazing thing: I’m only 11! (I’m actually supposed to be doing writing, but personally, this is a much better way to spend my time. Please don’t tell my parents! ) Now I have my whole life ahead of me, to use my new-found confidence to do … anything! Thank you so much!

Sincerely,
Abigail Lo

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Roger Hamilton September 16, 2013 at

Hi Monty,

I went through the “I’m not good enough” program and I see the value in it. My comment has to do with my own personal childhood experiences. I have no memories of my parents making me feel like I wasn’t good enough and yet those feelings exist. When I dug deeper, I realized that my teachers at my Catholic grade school and high school contributed greatly to this feeling. I remembered several specific examples of teachers making me feel this way. In addition to that, some of my fellow students contributed to an already poor self esteem by being just plain mean. I have reconciled these deep seated issues and I thank you for helping me look at this.

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Adrian September 2, 2013 at

Hi Monty

Having gone through the process of “I’m not good enough” I do feel that this belief is eliminated. I realised that I created this belief as an incorrect interpretation of what I saw in my parent’s reaction to me.

One question and one observation. You seem to have felled this belief through rationalisation and logic. Why then does one have to work through every belief using this Method surely as a logical follow on it is obvious that this process will eliminate all beliefs. My guts tell me I will have to take each in turn but why?

The observation is that I also accept I am the creator of myself. However this did not bring me a sense of elation. Instead I felt responsible for either taking up this challenge or not. The most apparent emotion I felt was daunted and somewhat nervous. In fact I am aware that I am uncomfortable with that level of responsibility. (actually as I type this I realise this is in fact another question – basically what’s going on here?)

Great work btw – I have tried to positively realise myself and this only ever resulted in failure but this objective realisation is really powerful. Thank you so much

Regards
A

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Morty Lefkoe September 4, 2013 at

Hi Adrian,

Thanks for your note and questions.

First, every time we form a belief it seems to us as if we can see that belief in the world. So it seems to us as a child as if we could see I’m not good enough and I’m not important, etc. Merely knowing intellectually that we make up all our beliefs and none are the truth does not overcome the fact that we think we saw each belief.

So you need to get for each belief that you didn’t see it in the world, that it existed only in your mind, that the events leading to the belief have no inherent meaning.

Also, when actually in the altered state of consciousness that is produced by the WAIR? Process, you don’t feel responsible. That feeling, that is not very common, comes when you leave that state and think about it afterwards.

Love, Morty

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mohammed khuffash August 31, 2013 at

ok , i’ve seen the lecture or the course about changing the belief of mistakes and failure are bad , the truth is i can see them what happened to me ! l lost my own business my family trust , i even put them in a really bad situation and credits i left to let them pay my mistake 700000 dollars , so how can i change this belief ?
and by the way i left the country with my wife and son temporarily to try having new life .. so how can this thing works !!! i still see and feel that it’s bad

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Morty Lefkoe September 4, 2013 at

Hi Mohammed,

The belief, Mistakes and failure are bad, means that all mistakes and failure, made by anyone, under any conditions, are bad. That is not true.

That is not to say that anyone can’t do something that has devastating consequences. But the devastating consequences of one mistake does not mean that ALL mistakes are ALWAYS bad.

So the belief is not “the truth” can be eliminating using the Lefkoe Belief Process.

Love, Morty

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Uli August 21, 2013 at

Hi Morty,
becoming aware that we give meaning to events which inherently have no meaning is in many cases certainly extremly usefull and can indeed make a huge difference in peoples lifes and change their beliefs forever.
What about a situation where I give meaning to an event in my past, which comes with a strong negative emotion, and even though I know the event itself is meaningless I cannot let go of the meaning I attribute to it? I feel it has in many ways ruined my life and was my own responsibility. How do I let go of the negative impact it still has on my life and change these emotions? Just trying to get rid of this way of thinking and telling myself that I don’t know if it really messed up my life as I don’t know how it would have been otherwise makes sense on a logical level but does not make me feel any better. Uli

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Morty Lefkoe August 21, 2013 at

Hi Uli,

Take a look at a blog post I wrote on the subject. It should help.

http://www.mortylefkoe.com/memories/#

Love, Morty

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Cindy August 11, 2013 at

Hi, I just tried your program to eliminate a belief. I don’t beleive it worked for me. My belief of not being good enough comes from not being included or being embarrassed that makes me feel I’m not good enough. I find this comes from comments from my siblings and people in general. If you had a way to eliminate those things this program may help me to eliminate that I’m not good enough. Also I followed the video for the fist 20 min. then I had a difficult time as I became confused as to some of the things that were being said. I found myself getting anxious trying to follow the whole program. If the program addressed eliminating being embarressed or what people think would I be able to eliminate those beliefs?

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Morty Lefkoe August 13, 2013 at

Hi Cindy,

We have learned in 28 years of working with tens of thousands of people that the source of our self-esteem type beliefs is interactions with our parents during the first 6 years of life. If you don’t use the correct source of a belief, it won’t be eliminated.

You should be able to eliminate one of the three beliefs regardless of what other beliefs you have. Try it again, take it slowly, stop if you get confused and need a few minutes to think abut something, and I’ll bet the belief is eliminated.

Love, Morty

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Scott August 9, 2013 at

Long-time anxiety sufferer here. I’ve been trying the process in your video like crazy but it’s just not working. It doesn’t help that I’ve already spent 10+ years and many thousands of dollars only to have nothing work. I already have a belief that I’m not good enough to change my beliefs, that it’s too hard to change my beliefs, that it takes too much effort. I’ve spent YEARS doing exercises like these, writing out my thoughts, feelings, beliefs, and trying to change them, both as self-help and with coaches, and NOTHING WORKS. In fact, this video only seems to have solidified the belief that NOTHING works to get rid of my negative feelings.

So now I’m trying to get rid of the belief that “nothing works” or that “it’s just too hard to change my beliefs” but I’m hopelessly stuck. I also feel like a jerk for complaining about this. But you asked us to leave a comment. Thanks for the free information, but my mind is too messed up to be able to get anything out of it, so it’s back to square one for me.

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Morty Lefkoe August 13, 2013 at

Hi Scott,

You say: ” I’ve spent YEARS doing exercises like these.” I doubt that they have been like the Lefkoe Belief Process (LBP). Literally thousands of people have said they had tried many different processes before and nothing worked until they used the LBP.

There is a crucial difference between eliminating one belief and eliminating all the beliefs that cause a specific problem, like anxiety. You probably did eliminate the belief you worked on if you did every step of the process, but then you didn’t notice any change in your life and assumed you hadn’t eliminated any beliefs.

The question to ask yourself is not do I feel better overall but is the specific belief I worked on still feel true. Not do I feel good about myself overall, but it is really the truth that I’m not good enough (if that’s the belief you worked on).

Love, MOrty

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Scott August 13, 2013 at

Hi Morty, thanks for the reply. You said, “The question to ask yourself is not do I feel better overall but is the specific belief I worked on still feel true.” That is a helpful distinction. Thank you. I decided to test that soon after I read your reply, and yes, the belief (“I’m not good enough”) still FELT true on an emotional level. So I went through the free video again and also hit the repeat button toward the end. It brought up a lot of intense emotions for me and certainly made a lot of sense. After doing the entire thing again, as well as using the repeat button again too, the belief is still there. Not rationally of course. Emotionally, it still “stings” when I say it. It just FEELS true. And I do mean the specific belief, not the overall problem.

I will probably go through this again later this week when I have time (I probably missed something despite the repetition), but if you have any other suggestions in the meantime, I’m all ears. I’d hate to wind up as a ten percenter who doesn’t “get it.” Either way, thank you.

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Morty Lefkoe August 13, 2013 at

Hi Scott,

It doesn’t work for everyone, but almost everyone. Make sure the source is some series of interactions between you and your parents before six. It’s not a single event but how they treated you overall.

The important step is first thinking you “saw” the belief as inherent in the behavior of your parents and then realizing you can’t “see” the belief in the world. It is only in your mind. ANd that the events have no inherent meaning

ANd make sure you are only checking the belief, I’m not good enough. You still may have the belief, There’s something wrong with me, or I’m inadequate, or any other negative belief. You’ve only eliminated one belief: I’m not good enough. Do those words feel true?

Love, Morty

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Scott August 13, 2013 at

The words definitely still feel true. I will continue to look at this, your responses are helpful. Can’t remember much before 6 but am trying to get the overall “sense” of it as you said. Thanks.

Morty Lefkoe August 14, 2013 at

Scott,

Try watching a demo session where I actually do the Lefkoe Belief Process with someone and see if that helps. http://content.bitsontherun.com/videos/IhY4orAj-v5tnGP6w.mp4

Love,Morty

rolf November 1, 2013 at

Hey Morty, i’m also tried many different methods ( e.g. eft, pstec) the theory in every method is the same, limiting beliefs are generating in the childhood. This makes Completely sense. But the methods does not dissolve what i feel. After exeperimenting with the methods couple of months i gave up. The feelings come up in my body, but did not get dissolved, i felt not good afterwards, only bad. It’s the same after the Free video of the lefkoe method. I’m also extremely jealous of other people, which have extreme results with any of the method, change their lives and are happy.
It seems that some people like me and scott have a negative believe which blocks the change ?!?

Marion August 4, 2013 at

A warm”THANK YOU”, Morty from Germany.
Not that Ididn´t know about Beliefs but Life still was very hard.
The last day´s I was sitting and trying to figure out how to keep my
living with two kids
Iknew how but I didn´t dare to do so.
Most of all I believe in God and the strengh´s of prayers.
So that´s what I did before I got to my Laptop and start my work.
How did I find your Blog?
No Idea but it was just the right thing at the right time.
I thank you so much for your vidoe´s and I´ll be back
Marion

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JOYCE August 3, 2013 at

Regarding the “I’m not Good Enough” exercise, yes the feeling did not have the same intensity after the exercise, in the moment, but, Even after repeating the exercise, intellectually I realize that the childhood interpetion was incorrect, however, emotionally, the feeling was not eliminated. There are many things one will know logically/intellectually, but, this does not address the deeper emotional core belief/feeling. In psychology circles, it is well established that an emotional trigger will over ride a logical/intellectual concept. Logically, I already knew that this feeling had no basis in reality, so I was hopeful that this exercise would eliminate the emotional trigger. This was therefore, unhelpful. Please tell me, is there something that I am missing?

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Nathalia July 30, 2013 at

I am so glad I found this !
This made me feel free and ready to start my life all over again.
Being really young (18 years old) I now believe that I’m the CREATOR not the creation, this will open a lot of doors for me or better yet I will open them myself :).
Thank you and I thought it would be great if the information on the videos were in spanish (I want to show them to my mom) . I could help with the translation .
Again thanks a lot .

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Anonymous July 26, 2013 at

The I’m not good enough section was really the truth. For me it wasn’t my parents who created the issues I experienced. It was more of my peers, or my older cousins I grew up around that caused the damage I placed upon myself. I never felt accepted by my peers growing up, which caused me to overcompensate as a result. I always had positive reinforcement from my elders, but this same positive reinforcement created envy from my peers, which caused me to be disliked and mistreated in addition to many other things. I learned that I had issues with being myself because at a young age I was very in tune with who I am. Because I was nothing like my peers, I was insulted and mistreated for being who I am. This caused me to run away from my own self identity. This also caused me to dislike merging diverse circles of friends which represent different aspects of my character because I couldn’t accept certain parts of myself. Nonetheless, this process helped me feel better about who I am and how to shape the meaning of my experiences in a better way.

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ka chra July 24, 2013 at

The ‘who am I’ section really was an eye opener. The clay model analogy was an excellent one. I understand now that I’m the creator. But now I go, what next? I’m still where I’m. How do I get to where I want to be?

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Mary July 21, 2013 at

Mistakes and failures are bad
My parents were extremely good, but my mom was a total impatient perfectionist with a blazing temper and a Sharp tongue and was blunt and tactless when I made a mistake, forgot to do something. She still is. We have different ways of reacting, thinking, tastes, etc. My late dad was extremely strict, didn’t show me affection, though I’ve heard he loved me best. He, too, was extremely impatient, as he didn’t really get along with kids, and was raised in an even stricter environment than I was. I was totally unpopular. All this made me complacent, weak and obedient, always feeling afraid of saying things without tact, or of misbehaving, in order to not be punished or critized. They took away from me the desire to rebel against what they did, unless I did it in a very quiet way, saying, yes I’ll do that, and then not doing it or procrastinating. But it is true that when I did something wrong, like I still do when I cook, or don’t have the energy to do housework. My mom is an excellent cook and homemaker. No matter how I’ve tried to do things in the same way, I always do things the wrong way, or not do them. I listen to how she tells me how to cook something, but I don’t retain anything, and since I’m so afraid to make a mistake, I keep on asking her. I’m also slow and methodical. She has always been very fast, yet she’s done most things the right way. I’m absent-minded and undisciplined (perhaps that was some sort of rebellion). And now, I’m 50 years old. But I still have to live with her (she likes having me here, and, in truth we get along well (until we disagree in matters of taste, or I make a mistake), as I’ve been totally unemployed for over 5 years, with 2 humanity masters (not good in these times), when I’ve been working all my life, from age 12 as a baby- sitter, then since age 15 tutoring Spaniards (I’m half Spanish and half American, living in Seville, Spain), and then with my Masters in English linguistics and literature, teaching at language schools, regular private schools, translating and interpreting. I also have a Masters in Human Resources Management, but HR has never been part of my job title, when I have 9 years with experience in this field. So there you have an idea of what life has been like, here and in the States. Oh, and I forgot to say that I’ve always suffered in school from having the maturity, skills of a Mensa member. When I was in my late teens, I took the test (which tells you if your IQ is within that of the 2% of people all over the world with the highest intelligence, and my IQ is quite high. They accepted me, but I had at that moment more pressing matters and did not join. So I still have the belief, even having done the little lesson on Mistakes and failures are bad, since I have seen with my own eyes that I’ve done things wrong (meals that were badly made, not being patient and beginning many relationships rushing into them, only to see that those men were definitely wrong for me, etc.)
They were like that also, and even more so with my brother, though, since he takes more after my strong and energetic mother, he turned into the same type of person like my mom and dad. He also critizes me for not being strong. And in a healthy way became a very responsible rebel. But I was a total coward, frightened by my parents’ strict and impatient attitude toward me. I’m still like that, having to live with my mother.

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AR June 18, 2013 at

Hmmm…I just watched the I’m not good enough video. In general its pretty good, although I dont think I would recommend it to any of my friends who have trauma/chronic PTSD due to major physical/sexual/emotional abuse particularly at the hands of their parents. I’m afraid it might bring up anger, anxiety/panic, pain which wouldn’t be a helpful if its all via the internet and not in a therapy session.

As for me, my main concern is that my parents really aren’t the cause. They were basically fine (at least as far as the not being good enough stuff goes-there were other problems for sure but not anything that was directed at me; they were definitely not at all like the examples in the video). In fact, they had very low standards. Being raised by someone who grew up in an orphanage meant that the only important issues were whether or not there was food on the table and a roof over our heads — as long has we had the bare minimum to survive, then things were fine — definitely not actually true but that was how they functioned… So it really wasn’t hard for me to reach their expectations and I was never “not good enough” to them.

I was recently (in my mid-30s) FINALLY diagnosed with ADHD and the only strong image I could bring up were those that involved peer rejection and emotional abuse (I was generally quite happy when I was younger, before my ADHD symptoms really came out around puberty), and some rejection from teachers (I’m female so I wasn’t bouncing off the walls and rushed off for evaluation). My inattention most got me called stupid, an idiot by people at school and my anxiety riddled undiagnosed ADHD mother couldn’t handle my childhood depression from all of this so it just continued for years on end during the day while I was at school. I tried to substitute some memories from school, and that did help me to consider alternative explanations and remind myself that just because I am not quite like everyone else, it doesn’t really mean that I’m not ( or was not) good enough at all.

Despite the not quite perfect fit, I can see how in some cases for some people this could be helpful. In fact, I was antsy and anxious all day and it did help me focus and relax a bit so that is greatly appreciated especially since I couldn’t really get into my mindfulness meditation practice today (although my inattention did require that I rewind the video several times :)

There is still a small part of me that holds the belief, mainly because I have had several issues come up over the past year mostly as a result of an 18 month treatment refractory depressive episode. It is difficult to let go completely especially when things have happened VERY recently that reinforce the belief, but that makes challenging these beliefs extremely important for my ability to stay healthy and be able to contribute to the world. My sense of not being good enough is much diminished and I can more easily think of reasonable alternatives, but this is difficult when I have many people in positions of power and authority over me in my life who have quite literally tell me that I am not competent. I’m a medical student and am worried about my career so being told this really is anxiety provoking about what this might mean for my future, even though no one seems to take seriously that the events that have happened over the past year are in fact related to my inadequately treated depressive episode. Instead they repeatedly try to tell me that I have serious character flaws (not that I am struggling to recover from a treatment refractory medical condition), and that I am incompetent – I have learned quite thoroughly that many doctors show even less compassion to others in their field than they do to their patients (and they often seriously struggle even to do that).

Despite all of that, the concept of being “The creator of my beliefs and my life” is a great idea that I don’t make enough of a consistent effort (lol there is the ADHD) to remember on a daily basis. No matter what has happened in my past, I am not my past, and my present and future do not have to be my past either. The key is to remain conscious and mindful of that truth so that I can consciously create my present and future, instead of remaining trapped in a perpetual cycle of previous unconscious poisonous beliefs and reflexive reactions.

Anyway, sorry for the novel but thanks so much for this video.

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Vanon June 16, 2013 at

It kept going on and on that the belief came from parents. In my case it was my sister. It was hard to detract from this incessant pounding of the parents.

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Jason July 2, 2013 at

I noticed something like this too. A few things were from my parents, but I had a other very specific teacher situations in school and a lot of ‘self talk’ in my early teen years that reinforced my limiting beliefs. Great program though! I even have knocked out two additional beliefs that I have which were not one of the 19. I have the mechanism to do that now whenever I observe limiting beliefs, so I’m really happy with my investment in this program.

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Dory June 15, 2013 at

I have used all of the free belief busting videos and they are like a gateway drug…I find I need MORE! I have purchased the Natural Confidence program because I now know that I am important and I want more of that feeling I get when I realize a limiting belief I have had forever is nothing more than a “meaning” that I assigned to it myself. At first I thought the program was a little more than I could afford but I am worth it. I will come back after I have had time to work with the program. I am feeling very good about delving in and coming out the other side.

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Morty Lefkoe June 15, 2013 at

Hi Dory,

Thanks for sharing how using our programs have been for you.

Love,Morty

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Bo June 14, 2013 at

Hi Morty,

I’m just reading your book – which is great by the way – and wanted to purchase a DVD program as well to get additional information.

However I’m a little unclear as to which of the DVD programs to choose.

I am interested in the anti Procrastination program, and possibly the “Natural Confidence” one. Looking at your product comparison page, the “Natural Confidence” program looks like it includes everything that the Procrastination one does. Is this the case ? If not what’s the difference in the two programs ?

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Morty Lefkoe June 14, 2013 at

Hi Bo,

The NC program contains all the beliefs and conditionings in the program guaranteed to eliminate procrastination … plus several more that increase confidence and stop the concern about others.

You are better off getting the NC program.

Love, Morty

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Louise June 12, 2013 at

Hi Morty
Sounds good, but none of the choices are my limiting belief. Do you do others?
Thanks.

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Morty Lefkoe June 12, 2013 at

Hi Louise,

These are the three most common beliefs; almost everyone we have worked with has at least one of them.

The issue isn’t do you intellectually agree with the beliefs; do they feel true, even a little bit?

We work with people on the phone and Skype to help them eliminate whichever beliefs they have that are causing specific problems in their lives. This is just a demo problem to show people how the Lefkoe Belief Process eliminates beliefs.

Love, Morty

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K S RAJENDHARAN June 10, 2013 at

Thank you very much
for your free beleif elimination process
still need some more time to fully understand
the process
Thank you

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Dory June 7, 2013 at

Wow, Morty. I mean, just a big fat WOW!! I just cried with relief. I saw something I never saw before. It was exhilerating! After a zillion years of searching for something that would change my life, this one video gave me what I have been looking for. I am awed. Also, I’m a little in love with ya, too, Morty. So, I think this could be the beginning of a beautiful friendship.

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Kathy May 31, 2013 at

I just watched the” Eliminating Beliefs – I am not important” videos.
Tell me how to apply this type of rethinking to childhood events, such
as physical and emotional abuse? One does not just imagine or see something that’s actually not there in that (abusive) life situation. That formed belief is basically driven into the victim’s brain and does become truth.
The questions you give to reexamine events meanings are simply not relevant.

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Marc May 22, 2013 at

Hi Morty,

I have used your program Natural Confidence quite extensively and it has definitely helped me come to terms with some of the beliefs I hold about the world and how they dictate my experience of life.

The reason I decided to use your program was to address my social anxiety that I developed around the age of 19-20. Im 26 now. My question to you is about identifying sources for our beliefs. I had no problem with anxiety growing up and had a great childhood. Is it possible that the source of my beliefs causing my anxiety occurred around this age? I’m finding it hard pin pointing a source before the age of 5 or 6 when my problems started when I was 19 or 20. If I didnt have a belief in my younger years why would I suddenly develop it alot later?

Would really appreciate some guidance. Thanks so much for the program.
Marc

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Morty Lefkoe May 22, 2013 at

Hi Marc,

Based on our experience with literally thousands of clients, the beliefs that cause social anxiety almost always are formed in childhood. Here are links to two blog posts that explain why.

Love,Morty

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Bud Thompson May 15, 2013 at

The I’m not good enough issue/belief never came from parents that I can remember. It seems like it’s expected to be the source from most.. it came from other sources .

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Morty Lefkoe May 16, 2013 at

Hi Bud,

Based on our experience with literally thousands of clients, self-esteem type beliefs almost always come from childhood interactions with parents.

See a couple of my blog posts for details: http://www.mortylefkoe.com/031610/ and http://www.mortylefkoe.com/wonderful-parents/#

Love, Morty

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Amy May 6, 2013 at

That is a good tip particularly to those fresh to the blogosphere.

Short but very precise information… Many thanks for sharing this one.
A must read post!

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April April 30, 2013 at

Hi Morty,

I did the “I’m not good enough” program.

It’s funny how common sense can elude me when I try to take control of my life and to take responsibility for my actions and beliefs. I was always concerned with growing and changing my beliefs for the benefit of others, but not so much in regards to myself. Assigning meanings to the meaningless, the opinions of others, and failures mattered too much. I still felt I was a success but I was scared that I wasn’t good enough for my prospective future. Your program is a wonderful reminder that I create and re-create my beliefs and therefore myself everyday, which means I am a consciousness and creator much more than the sum of my fluid beliefs. I’m polishing out the scars I sculpted even as I speak. (Type. OK, fine, maybe I am still talking out loud.)

I saw someone mention that the opinion of others should matter. I agree, to an extent. I don’t think Morty ever said others don’t matter. I think he simply states that we, ourselves, should not assign meaning when there is none, not to assume we know what someone else thinks, and if we DO know what they think about us, they can be wrong about us or have expectations that are not reasonable. I can value a friends opinion, or a family members opinion, but they too have these same issues, and they too can be wrong about people and assign meaning when there is none, or assume things that are not true. I can control what I do and think. I cannot control what someone else does or what someone else thinks, so I can only do my best to be forthcoming when I should be. If someone else misunderstands my behavior or words that is their fault, not mine. It can still hurt when that happens, but if I remember that I can change my beliefs, I know that they can too.

Thanks for the reminder Morty,
April

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Charles April 30, 2013 at

I did the “mistakes are bad” process. I’m not quite convinced that I’ve really gotten rid of this belief. How can I be sure? Thanks.

Also from a buyer standpoint, I’m not necessarily ready to buy the whole kit of 20 plus beliefs to remove. It might be a good idea to offer individual access to one process for a certain price.
Thanks.

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Morty Lefkoe May 16, 2013 at

Hi Charles,

We offer you the ability to eliminate three beliefs without charge so you can see that it works. Just come back and sign up for another free belief. If you have difficulty, just use a different email address.

Love, Morty

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Michael April 29, 2013 at

I’m 60 years old, I’ve always had a job working for someone else, I’ve been a hard worker all my life and have made my bosses very happy. I have recently been layed off, but I have found a job in sales commission based, so I figured I can really do this since I’m my own boss and a hard worker right! Wrong!!! Why is it that I can work for someone else and make them money but, working for myself is hard to get me going? I’ve been doing this since January of this year.

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Morty Lefkoe May 16, 2013 at

Hi Michael,

Without talking to you I can’t know for sure, but you likely have beliefs that have you feel either you can’t do it on your own or don’t deserve to. Eliminate those beliefs and you will be able to do as well on your own as working for others.

Love,Morty

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Al April 23, 2013 at

Hello,

I am a christian singer songwriter. I never played an instrument until I was 30 years old. Since I started so late in life and never really took lessons I always felt like I was not good enough. A few months ago I had a panic attack while on stage performing. It was the worst feeling ever. Since then I have had extremem fear about performing and I dodge every opportunity to perform. Can this method help me?

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Morty Lefkoe April 23, 2013 at

Hi Al,

We have helped many people with stage fright. For more details please call us at 415-884-0552.

Love,Morty

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Al April 23, 2013 at

Thanks! I will do that!

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Frank April 20, 2013 at

I enjoyed your introductory video very much and definitely sensed some of its potency. I used the “mistakes and failure are bad” track because I have been experiencing stage fright when performing on my violin, even when the pieces are quite easy and well within my expertise. The only difficulty I am having is that there is some sense in which a mistake (at least a big one) in a classical piece is in fact a mistake that is bad for the performance. It is hard to treat them as “learning experiences” because there is little or no trial and error aspect at performance time. Nonetheless, I am clearly bringing negative beliefs to the concert hall that you have helped me see. Suggestions for using some of your other materials to address this?

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Morty Lefkoe April 23, 2013 at

Hi Frank,

We have helped many people with stage fright. For more details please call us at 415-884-0552.

Love,Morty

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Al April 23, 2013 at

Frank,

I play guitar and I am having the same issues. I am going to give this a real try. Hope things work out for you as well. I know how it feels to go through stage fright. I have been actually turning down opportunities because I am afraid of what will happen when I perform. Again I hope that you overcome your stage fright.

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Oana April 19, 2013 at

It Was a miraculos experience! Thank You!!!

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Morty Lefkoe April 23, 2013 at

Hi Oana,

You’re welcome. Glad to hear it was so useful for you.

Take a look at our Natural Confidence program that helps you eliminate 19 beliefs and get rid of several different problems, such as procrastination, worrying with others think of us, lack of confidence, etc. http:naturalconfidenceprogram.com.

Love, Morty

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Shab April 17, 2013 at

Just thank you.

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Morty Lefkoe April 23, 2013 at

Hi Shab,

You’re welcome. Glad to hear it was so useful for you.

Take a look at our Natural Confidence program that helps you eliminate 19 beliefs and get rid of several different problems, such as procrastination, worrying with others think of us, lack of confidence, etc. http:naturalconfidenceprogram.com.

Love, Morty

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Janice April 15, 2013 at

Thank you!

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Morty Lefkoe April 23, 2013 at

Hi Janice,

You’re welcome. Glad to hear it was so useful for you.

Take a look at our Natural Confidence program that helps you eliminate 19 beliefs and get rid of several different problems, such as procrastination, worrying with others think of us, lack of confidence, etc. http:naturalconfidenceprogram.com.

Love, Morty

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Sabrina April 9, 2013 at

Thank you

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Morty Lefkoe April 23, 2013 at

Hi Sabrina,

You’re welcome. Glad to hear it was so useful for you.

Take a look at our Natural Confidence program that helps you eliminate 19 beliefs and get rid of several different problems, such as procrastination, worrying with others think of us, lack of confidence, etc. http:naturalconfidenceprogram.com.

Love, Morty

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Deirdre Coval April 7, 2013 at

You link does not work all it does is stop 3 minutes in to it!!

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corey April 22, 2013 at

I had the same problem. I originally used Chrome as my browser. Switched to Explorer and it worked fine.

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Shelley April 6, 2013 at

Thank you, Morty! I feel so liberated just from releasing ONE belief! Already, it’s having a snowball effect on related beliefs :)

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Morty Lefkoe April 23, 2013 at

Hi Shelley,

You’re welcome. Glad to hear it was so useful for you.

Take a look at our Natural Confidence program that helps you eliminate 19 beliefs and get rid of several different problems, such as procrastination, worrying with others think of us, lack of confidence, etc. http:naturalconfidenceprogram.com.

Love, Morty
P.S. My wife’s name is Shelly!

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Niki April 4, 2013 at

Thank you for sharing a new way to look at the world :)

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Morty Lefkoe April 23, 2013 at

Hi Niki,

You’re welcome. Glad to hear it was so useful for you.

Take a look at our Natural Confidence program that helps you eliminate 19 beliefs and get rid of several different problems, such as procrastination, worrying with others think of us, lack of confidence, etc. http:naturalconfidenceprogram.com.

Love, Morty

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Roger April 3, 2013 at

I got into the “I’m not capable” program was making some interesting pregress when the program just quit.I tried it several times gut it quit at the same place Do not leave people half-way through a program and then leave them hight and dry. Very unwise if not dangerous! I will avoid your programs in the future. This is very irresponsible of you!

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Morty Lefkoe April 23, 2013 at

Hi Roger,

I’m sorry to hear that the program stopped working. When that happens it is almost always the fault of the browser. We have hundreds of others using the program and no one else has complained.

Please try it again with a different browser.

Love, Morty

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Giulia April 2, 2013 at

Thank you very much Mr Morty!!
The shift from being a creation of circumstances to be creators of our lives is amazing, it opened my eyes so much! My belief was ‘I’m not good enough’ and yesterday night, while finishing the video, something beautiful happened to me: suddenly a lot of creative ideas about a project rose from my mind, as if a plug was removed from my thoughts. Now I want to try the same process with others limiting beliefs. What helped me the most was actually imagine what my parents wanted to express through their behavior: what was their state of mind, which were the situations they were facing and so on. I realized that they did not know how to act in some circumstances and that I can learn from my past to build a more fulfilling future.
Thank you so much,really!
With love
Giulia

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Ann March 29, 2013 at

Thank you. I did the first video and came back and did this one. I had a bit of difficulty in remembering at first but then I was able to type situations that would have led me at the time to think that I am not capable. At this time I must say that I do feel that I am capable and I have found myself countering the negative expressions when they surface. Thanks for the help.

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Nicole March 25, 2013 at

This program does not help me because I was raised in foster homes and I was told to be seen and not heard. When I did something really bad, I was sent away to another foster home. So how can I feel like I was important?
I have wanted to write self=help books all my life, but I feel no-one wants to hear what I have to say. Can you help?
Nicole

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Morty Lefkoe March 27, 2013 at

Hi Nicole,

If you try the belief-elimination process at http://recreateyourlife.com, you will see that the belief can be eliminated regardless of your childhood experiences.

I’m not important is the meaning you gave to the events. The events could just as easily mean that you are very important, except to the few people who treated you badly as a child. Who you are as a person is not dependent on how 3-4 people treat you at a particular time in your life.

Love,Morty

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George March 11, 2013 at

Hi Mr. and Mrs. Lefkoe. I can’t tell how truly grateful I am for your program. I have been buying and using personal development material for many years and nothing compares to your program. I got to the source of what was holding me back and making me feel anxious. I agree with you that this material can help elevate society as a whole if enough people do it. Thanks again.

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Phil March 8, 2013 at

This is old-fashion, discredited Freudian rubbish. It was a complete waste of my time

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tha April 23, 2013 at

Thanks for helping!

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Marco Capone March 8, 2013 at

Hey Morty, I came across your technique through reading some of Steve Pavlina’s articles. I instantly was about to listen to your technique but it seems as though I can only click links for 3 popular limiting beliefs. How can I listen to some on other topics than the 3 main ones listed at the top of this blog?

Thanks, and congratulations for such a great process you’ve created

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Stephanie March 7, 2013 at

thx for your work. I did the free “Not Important Enough” I have done an intensive 3 yrs personal growth program (by Bob Proctor certified coach) – numerous courses each yr, wkly coaching calls and monthly Hypnosis specifically geared to limiting bleiefs (it is really good) My challenge is that for 15 yrs. I’ve been searching or wondering what I would like to do with my life.. and come up with nothing. Ihave been in outside sales for 30 yrs and want OUT, but don’t know where ‘out’ is. I do well at my job but hate doing it – I am not working today … just can’t get my butt out. I just can’t seem to find anything I am excited or passionate about, anything that I can grab hold of and say ‘yes, this is what I want to pursue’ I am 55 so I want it to be for rest of my life… I can do it and love it for as long as I live, if I like. I want to feel I am being of ‘service’ – meaning that I’m doing something meaningful, making a contribution and feeling valued in return. I can lay out a number of things to visualize and concentrate on but I can’t seem to get past. I aso want to make more money than I’m making now because I used to and I am good, have lots of positive skills and am passionate about whatever I do.

That’s waht is difficult – is that I DO have passion, however I feel ‘stuck’ – I’ve said for years, it’s like a thoroughbred horse that is being held back – not alowed to run – even if it was allowed to run – WHERE would it go …
I am a member of Toastmaters & am slowly working on my speeches but work takes up lots of time and I am tired when I come home and have much to do so the speeches are only 3 after a yr. I am going through the leadership book and they have asked me to be the Pres. of the club starting July (needs to be voted on) I’m not used to leadership roles because I am an outside sales rep. I have leadership but not structured – this is all helpful.
I just don’t know how much longer I can hold on to this sales position – as good as I’m doing I hate going to work.
I’m doing Carol Chuttle’s Chakra 7 program right now & I do some Tapping, it works for many things but for this it see,ms to just be a bandaid…
any sugestions?

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Morty Lefkoe March 7, 2013 at

Hi Stephanie,

I’m sorry to hear your life has not turned out the way you would like it to. My life was a mess for many years so I can appreciate how you feel.

The only suggestion I can make is to do what I did to turn my life around and what thousands of others have done: eliminate as many negative, limiting beliefs you can. That opens up possibilities you can’t even imagine and removes barriers.

Check out our Natural Confidence program that helps you eliminate 23 of the most common beliefs and conditionings. http://naturalconfidenceprogram.com.

Love, Morty

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Lisa April 2, 2013 at

Dear Morty,

I just wanted to leave a comment about how wonderful your program is. I went through all 19 beliefs and 4 conditionings. I had every single belief and as I was going through the program have come up with some other beliefs surrounding money that I want to work on next using the process. When I got to belief 19 I was shocked at the feelings even seeing it on the screen produced inside me. I also wanted to comment that with every belief I “saw” different pictures and different situations inside my head. It was really quite amazing and easy for me to see how we form these beliefs and even though they might sound similar like “I’m inadequate” or “I’m not capable”, but they do stem from different interpretations and have to be addressed separately.

There is definitely something that shifts within you when you realize that it is your interpretations, perceptions, and the meanings you associated with events that cause you to think feel and act. And that “you” are still there regardless of what you think feel or act. Once you go back and reprocess these events it is almost like a physical response and the process reprograms your mind. Thank you so much for your work and I know this is going to change my life. I replied below Stephanie’s comment because I can totally relate to what she has said. I wanted to encourage her to try the entire program. It has been an amazing process. I am recommending it to several people and hope that they will at least take advantage of your free site. I cannot say enough good things about it!

Lisa

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Julianne March 7, 2013 at

Hello There. I found your blog using msn. That is a really well written article.

I will be sure to bookmark it and come back to read extra of your helpful info.
Thanks for the post. I’ll certainly comeback.

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hana March 3, 2013 at

Hi Morty
i really like how your available to respond to questions, concerns!
im using the LBP course and now completed belief 10
so far, it seems good i mean there is a bit change to the thoughts.. but im a little doubtful if my beliefs still there? when i say the belief again at the end of each session, i don’t notice much change in feelings even though iv repeated the process several times? maybe if i finish them all, it’ll change?

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Angie March 3, 2013 at

Morty,

I have done the belief elimination program couple months ago. Last year I was between jobs and trying to straight up my professional as well as my long term personal issues. A long time ago probably sometimes in the beginning 2011, I have got a newsletter from your institute with the three free videos. I remember, I have done the first one after a long time from receiving it and then the second one a long time afterwards.
I feel good benefits from them and have watched the third one. I remember after completing the third video I decided to write an email to you explaining, I really felt these videos made a little changes in my life but at this time, I wasn’t planning to purchase the whole program. The reason for that was purely financial. Like I said I was between jobs (my company closed and laid everybody off) and I also signed up for classes at a local college to complete prerequisites to apply to a university program later. I was really short in money.
After finishing writing the email I suddenly changed my mind and decided to spend the money even if this didn’t make any sense to me (I was unemployed). I thought maybe I should do something what doesn’t make sense now and will make sense later. And that’s what I did. I was working on the belief program in breaks between the college classes.
I tell you, I don’t regret of purchasing it. During belief elimination I realized how much I was stuck in a certain way of thinking about myself, and how much this affected me and my relationship with the world.
I understand the program may not cover everything people went through their life, because everybody may have very unique experiences. It was the same with me; however, it definitely touched crucial issues I struggled with and probably other people do.
Right now I don’t even remember the way I was thinking about myself and even if trying to remember it feels very, very strange and not like me at all. I became new me, much more confident, thinking higher about myself, thinking I am worth of something good in life, capable of doing things I hesitated to do before and more. I definitely know this is a new me and I see the world with a different eyes.
I also would like to mention my unemployment problems vanished. I was preparing to start a college program by attending prerequisites. I was also interviewing with few employers now and then. I didn’t expect to find a job anymore and all my focus was to go back to school. Although after one interview,
I have got an offer for a full time job in my profession. It is a really great job. Few weeks later I received a letter from the college, saying I was accepted to the program for this year. I was shocked because I didn’t even know to the last minute, if they accept me for the spring semester of 2013.

I am not sure what happened. If this is how I see myself and respond to the world made this difference?
I used to struggle with many things very hard in past. Now I don’t feel I struggle anymore.

Thank you Morty so much for inventing the technique and for sharing it with the world, I am also very thankful you give free materials and discounts. There are many people out there (like me) struggling with jobs, financial issues, and others issues as well. This way is more affordable to people who really need such help to change their life for better. I loved the technique and recommend it to anybody who wants to make a change in their lives.

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Caitlin March 2, 2013 at

Almost done with the Natural Confidence program. Very amazing is all I can say! I have noticed subtle changes to how I feel (for the better) and am a better parent too. My oldest daughter (7) actually said out of the blue today “mom, you should teach others how to parent b/c you’re a great one!” Made me smile and I thanked her. Especially now that I’ve seen some beliefs I’ve probably instilled in her unknowingly; but now I know what to do to help her get rid of beliefs. Very freeing to know possibilities are endless for her too.

I shared belief 1′s video with my mom today and she said this would not work for her because she says she can’t remember any of her childhood. She’s 68 and in good health. I know she has many low self esteem beliefs. I am taking the LBP training and hope to help her one day but what do you say when someone is adamant they can’t remember childhood or even young adulthood and therefore can’t come up with a source for their belief? She said “this seems like a great program, but for someone like me, it just wouldn’t work.”

Sounds like she has a belief right there to get rid of but I can’t put a finger on how to phrase it.

Thanks for any advice.

-Caitlin

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bill February 16, 2013 at

I sat down this morning and listened on how to get rid of the “I’m not good enough ” core belief that I thought I had. I had to go back and repeat part of the exercise because I was not sure if it was totally gone . After I was finished I could n’t believe how much lighter I felt .All day long I was aware of how different I was feeling.Thank you for something so simple it proved to be so powerful.thanks again………………Bill

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Lisa February 8, 2013 at

This really works. I eliminated “I’m not important from your Youtube video with Joe Vitale a few weeks ago. I have lived with it my whole life and it was gone from following along with the process on the video. It is still gone! Like it never existed. Thank you for this work. I can’t wait to shed more!

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Tia February 6, 2013 at

Hi Morty,

I like your program, it’s helpful and practical, no nonsense and appeals to logic.
I love it :)

I think it could be very helpful for victims of child abuse, as it is and has been for me. Personally I had to get over the regular family examples though, the remarks about parents actually meaning well irked me and at first made me feel like “This will only work for ‘normal’ people”. Some people are just very broken and therefore too self absorbed or confused to mean well. (I understand now that at a higher level this doesn’t matter because what it comes down to is that nothing that ever happens to you says anything defining about you, but it did give a hurdle at first)

I was able to bust some profound beliefs stemming from my childhood using the line of reasoning once I stopped using the video’s.
So I think it would be nice to have video’s for people having to deal with a tougher childhood, so it can be easier for them to relate.

Thank you :)

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Christine February 4, 2013 at

I wanted to take my time to thank you, Morty. After so many years of living in my own fears, I was able to find the root causes of my fears, thanks to you. I can move on with my life, (whereas before it felt like I was permanently dwelling on negative situations from my past). I can now understand that I gave these memories a meaning, and that I can also take it away and rewrite new meanings. Thank you so much, for all your help.

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Vasil Stoyanov February 4, 2013 at

Hi Morty,
I’m in the last belief, so I decided to share my experience.
When I eliminated some belief I felt that something heavy fell off my back. The strangest was when once after eliminated a belief, I had to leave the home. While I was out I felt that I had forgotten something at home.Then I realized that was because I was free from that belief. Yauh :)
I used to write down negative beliefs and eliminate them in your system. Now I feel powerful.
Thank you, Morty!

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Em Strang January 31, 2013 at

This course really is unbelievable. I started off doing the DVD version of Undo Your Fear of Public Speaking but it didn’t really work for me, so I contacted Morty and he gave me the link to the online version (for more kinaesthetic people). For anyone struggling with the more rational, conceptual approach to getting rid of beliefs, I urge you to try the online version. I can’t believe the changes it’s made! I feel like a new woman! I feel as though anything is possible (and I’m only on belief 18)! Today I attended a seminar of a couple of dozen students and I actually offered to read and give comments on the text! This is unheard of for me!!!! Not only that, but I didn’t even have any hesitation or 10 minutes sitting there sweating, wondering whether I should speak or not. I just did it. No big deal.
Morty, Shelley, THANK YOU SO MUCH. This is really important, liberating work.
Em x

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Thank you for the auspicious writeup. It if truth be told was a amusement account
it. Look advanced to more brought agreeable from you!

By the way, how can we communicate?

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Shirah Penn January 31, 2013 at

I loved this video and presentation of eliminating negative beliefs. It is very well done and easy to follow. And it works!
Please send my love to Shelly! Lots of love, Gramma Shirah

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Sam January 28, 2013 at

I wanted to share this. I was astonished when I reached number 6 because I was expecting it to be there and yet, it wasn’t. Then it hit me, I had removed the belief that “nothing I do is good enough” a few years ago by watching a YouTube video of Morty’s. I had forgotten about it but remember that it was a breakthrough at the time. Some unexpectedly unfortunate events occurred shortly thereafter and I forgot about the program and how I became interested in it in the first place until now. Amazing, I got to belief 6 and expected the same emotional impulses and answers to the questions as before and yet, nothing was happening, it was as if someone was talking about a piece of furniture I used to have. At the time I eliminated it, it was a very powerful and destructive force in my life. I can now clearly see how it has changed my life for the better and it does so daily and without any effort or even awareness on my part.

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Scot. January 27, 2013 at

Thank you.
I appreciated the graphics to help with the eliminating beliefs program. Much better than a 50 minute audio.
I substituted issues with parents for those with older brothers through most of the program and found it quite useful. (Lost mother early but always felt my parents did their best – everyone has / had limitations.)
Due to a serious workplace injury, finances are extremely limited so I appreciate your free content.
Scot.

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Morty Lefkoe January 28, 2013 at

Hi Scot,

Glad you found our program useful.

Love, Morty

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Tosin January 23, 2013 at

Wow! This was awesome! It took me 7 months to try the first video after hearing about it. Once I did, I went the whole way on the Natural Confidence program even before getting the other free belief elimination videos. That’s how awesome it did the first time round.

Thanks Morty! You’re on to something huge here.

Idea!

It would be awesome if you commissioned the development of an app that had videos/programs and a community aspect. I think doing the program via mobile will make your message easier to access and to share. And I’d love to use it from a completely selfish POV.

As soon as I started doing NC, I started noticing other beliefs in my life- how I think about work, relationships, my education- that were holding me back in those areas. I am planning to extract the template you used from the NC videos and apply them to eliminating some of these beliefs. I should probably read your book first to get a deeper understanding of the process and how it can be applied to different problems.

I also plan on starting a blog on personal transformation later this year directed at Nigerians who are looking to evolve the country. Along with mindfulness and the deliberate cultivation of habits, belief elimination will form a pillar for my message.

Thanks for your work. Thanks for the your inspiration. Thanks for dedicating your life to transforming ours.

Tosin

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Jim Long January 22, 2013 at

Just a question: if someone has abandonment issues or feels insignificant or unloved, how do the programs address these issues? Thanks

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Morty Lefkoe January 22, 2013 at

Hi Jim,

If you were abandoned as a child, that fact is not causing problems today. The meaning you gave it, the beliefs you formed at the time, are causing problems. And one of the possible problems is having you feel insignificant and unloved.

We help you identify the beliefs causing today’s problems and then eliminate those beliefs. When the beliefs causing a problem are eliminated, the problem is also.

We’ve helped over 13,000 clients in over 60 countries in phone and Skype sessions totally get rid of problems like this.

For more information please call us at 415-884-0552.

Love, Morty

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Bjorn January 19, 2013 at

Finished the 19 beliefs and conditioning program. I didn’t get the big results that I wanted at first but I kept at it. Until I came to #13. Then the wall came down with a bang! All the other beliefs had cause small cracks and damaged my beliefs and then it all was gone in a brief moment, epic! It was a very physical experience, since I got physically sick by what I had found out. But that soon developed into a new perspective.

The rest of the program after that moment was very easy and enjoyable. Every time you said: “And now it’s time to play the possibilities game” and cheered and said in front of my computer “YES! Now it is time for the possibilities game, I love that I am ALL possibilities”.

To know that you are pure energy coming from consciuosness as an adault and NOT being conditioned by your childhood beliefs is a turning point in my life, Focus on the food, not the bell!

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Stephanie January 17, 2013 at

I just finished the five money beliefs in one evening. I’m in tears. I feel awesome. “I’ll never have enough money” was the centerpiece for me. I can see how that formed and how that has been limiting me for many, many years. And now – it’s just GONE. And it’s funny! How about that?? I started my own business two years ago and have been struggling along. Within the next month or two it will either take off or collapse. So I’ve substituted “business” for money and applied the concepts, and I’ve found that is helping too. My mother started a business that has never taken off and I can see where I formed the beliefs that “business is a struggle” “I’ll never have enough clients” etc. If you want to get anywhere, this is the program. This should be taught in high schools and universities!! Thanks Morty and Shelly.

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Wanda January 17, 2013 at

I just completed the NCP and I have to say that I extended finishing it because I really enjoyed listening to Shelly and Morty’s voice.
Wow, Is more than I can say. I am so different than I was just this December. It’s true, I take in information from books and workshops and have been adding them to my life w/o much thought. So natural. My inside feel like a kid again. LOVE IT!
OK. I auditioned for Vagina Monologues bc I thought it would be fun. I had always wanted to do theater, but had doubted my voice. Ha! People loved my voice. I’ve gone back into the job hunt, I feel energized and not stressed, overwhelmed or depressed… Like I used to get. I am so looking forward to making money, on my own terms, and taking trips and fun. (I really want to share and learn more about the Lefkoe Method) So many people to help– my family specially, but they speak Spanish.
Oh. I figured out that my biggest hinder was asking for help, for what I wanted. Alas, I replaced my own wording, like Morty said then I thought about it a lot in reconditioning. Feeling happy and like I can truly conquered the world.
Lefkoe Method, Forever! No gimmicks or kids playing… This is “al grano.”
Thanks to Morty, where in my adult years my heart compressed, now it swells.

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Morty Lefkoe January 17, 2013 at

Hi Wanda,

Thanks for sharing with me your results from the NC program. Congratulations.

By the way, we have a certified Lefkoe Method facilitator who speaks Spanish in case you have some Spanish-speaking people who might want phone or Skype sessions.

Call us at 415-884-0552 for information.

Love, Morty

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Jackie January 17, 2013 at

This is awesome! Thank YOU! I am amazed at how quickly this is totally effective. I have been “a seeker” for years, traveling across the world seeking to free my mind. I felt I took care of many things and was much happier than before, but there were still ways in which I felt stuck in limitations. I was just at the point of “I guess this is just the remaining stuff I’ll have to live with for life” when I found your confidence program through Steve Pavlina’s website. It is great how CLEAR and SCIENTIFIC your program is, and it works so EASILY. Wow. I may comment again when I’m finished with all beliefs and conditionings (only on number 10 now) but I was too excited not to share my enthusiasm. Wonderful what you have created here. I hope to learn even more about it so I can be like “Uncle Morty” to the children I work with. :)

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Paunee January 13, 2013 at

Hi Morty,

I am almost done with the 19 beliefs. but I still sometimes struggle with the notion that events have no inherent meaning. by this, do you mean that events have no inherent meaning in describing a person?
using your example: someone i know walks into a conference room and doesn’t say hello to me. i give it the meaning that he is mad at me. but the event can have many other explanations. such as he is having a bad day or he didnt see me or that in fact he is mad at me. what if, after i ask him why he didn’t say hi to me he says that he was mad at me. isn’t that then the meaning of this event? or are you saying that even then there is no meaning in his being mad at me in relation to who i am / nothing that would say anything about me as a person. so just because he is mad at me, doesn’t mean anything about me still.

i would appreciate some clarification. i’ve had a lot of success so far with the program. i don’t pay much attention anymore to what others think. it feels very liberating. however, i still procrastinate quite a bit. i’m on belief # 17. is it normal that i still procrastinate though i’m almost done with the program?

thanks much for everything!

Paunee

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Stephanie January 9, 2013 at

Geeeeeeez. I’ve been through so many self-help stuff in the past five years it’s not even funny. The last one I tried focused on past lives and it was just a little too out there (kept being told everything I’m experiencing now was because of a past life), and that’s when I realised I’d become a junkie, become too much of a patsy and had to stop. However, I found this a few days ago and am I ever glad I decided to the chance on it. This is quick easy and 100% effective in my case. I feel like I’ve lost, oh, 500 lbs!! :) The first one free really gave me the evidence that it works for me to be willing to give it a whirl. This could change the world overnight if more people did this! Excited to get to the money beliefs once I’m done with the basic beliefs and see how I rocket forward. Thanks so much Morty and Shelly.

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Wanda December 25, 2012 at

Good Morning! What a beautiful day. My mind is as clear as sunshine and possibility is bright on my face. — Happy Holidays.

This is was my first thought on Christmas day. What a gift I have given myself thanks to the Lefkoe Method. I wanted to ask others if they felt the same.

I have more often than not sabotaged myself. Yet, as an emotionally kinesthetic person, I’ve always known that I could change/end that nagging feeling. What freedom, and how graceful I now feel to know that I was right all along. How often have a argued with my sister? How often did I battle the enemy of my thoughts as I wrote them on my journal to really analyze them…but finding no true resolve.

Yet, here I am now, just on #4. Eliminating beliefs that started young and re-enforced by my adult brain. I look forward to completing the program. I know Morty and Shelly’s words to be true.

When as the last time that vision a successful future, only to feel a heaviness in my chest. This morning, this is not so. I pictured me to become a “fulfiller of good intention” AND to fulfill my childhood dream of traveling the world. This thoughts bring me a feeling of calmness and freedom and of my own possibilities to make my dreams come true. Thank you.

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Chantelle Lace December 24, 2012 at

Wow, the limiting belief free process was great you really gave me food for thought.

-Thank you Kevin

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Kevin UK December 23, 2012 at

Kevin UK December 22, 2012 at 10:03 am

Well, what can I say? I’ve had hypnotherapy, counselling, and I feel like I’ve read every book on psychology that’s ever been written and still felt that there was something still in my head that I just couldn’t explain. If you can imagine each situation I’ve ever encountered as one of the many thousands of stones in a giant pyramid, and every time I thought I’d solved my problem by taking away a stone, somebody just put it back again after an hour , day or weeks. But when I tried the free belief removal I knew within minutes that something had really changed.

I’ve started business after business and when they seemed like they were going ok I’d bring them to an end – because I subconciously felt I didn’t deserve success. This led to bankruptcy, losing our home and years of struggling. I’ve also gone through life manipulating events so things go wrong – and then I play the victim card. (The upside of living this way is it builds character and strength so I’m able to survive almost anything.)

After buying the course, I’m now on belief number 12 and the stones are coming down thick and fast. It’s hard to explain, but the beliefs just aren’t there anymore and I do things now and then think ‘I wouldn’t have done that yesterday’. The system is similar to the psychology books I’ve read over thousands of hours but the Lefkoe Method seems to put everything into place simply but very effectively.

If I’ve achieved what I did with negative beliefs then the sky’s the limit once I finish the course.

This is probably the best money I’ve ever spent.

Kevin (uk)

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Jenny December 22, 2012 at

Hi Morty,
I have completed your program and I feel great. You have taught me so much about myself that I didn’t understand. I thought my unhappiness was caused by the outside world but now realise it was low self esteem. I moved countless times, even to the other side of the world but still did not find inner peace. For the first time I feel confident and was able to end a 10 year friendship in which I put up with a lot of sub standard behavior and did it in way in which I felt happy with, by expressing my feelings in an articulate way.
As a psychiatric nurse I think your program should be available in every hospital. Maybe patients would be able to stop burying pain in drugs and alcohol or by shutting down completely.
Thanks Morty and Shelly. Have a great Christmasx

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Ed December 19, 2012 at

Do you have a training program on how to determine what the beliefs are for a persons behavior pattern?

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Ed December 18, 2012 at

At what point is the belief dissolved?

A. When we make the distinction.
or
B. When we imagine the past event and apply the new alternative interpretation.

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Morty Lefkoe December 18, 2012 at

Hi Ed,

For most people it appears to be when they get they didn’t see the belief in the world. Getting the event has no meaning solidifies that.

For emotionally kinesthetic people it appears to be when they get the feeling of the belief is not related to reality in any way; it is the result of the meaning they gave the events.

Love, Morty

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paunee December 17, 2012 at

Hi Morty,

As I got to belief # 14 “I’ll never get what I want”, I realized that this was a big one for me. the first thing I thought about was “I’ll never get the relationship I want” and also “I’ll never get the career that I want”. but I feel that 1. the underlying reasons for these beliefs for me are a bit different from those you state in the video and 2. with respect to the relationship one, that the beliefs may have been formed later in life / not sure how to find a link for it from my childhood. my parents, tho still married for 40 yrs, have had their troubles and disagreements… mom always likens her ‘bad luck’ to mine everytime a relationship doesn’t work out for me. her favorite phrase: ‘we just don’t have luck in this area’. ‘we’ as in the women in our family / me / my sister / her / my grandmother. really not sure how to tackle this one. any help would be appreciated.

thanks much for all that you have done and for the incredibly powerful Lefkoe program!

paunee

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Heike December 8, 2012 at

Hi folks,

here I am again. Yesterday I eliminated Belief #15 “I’m powerless”. Strangely I didn’t feel a strong sense of relief, like I had with the other believes, but the belief was definitely gone. Then I got the idea to check whether the positive aspect of the belief was now true. “I am powerful”. No, it was untrue. Oops.

Rechecking on “I’m powerless”, this is clearly gone. Fine. Now what?

That’s when David Allen author of “Getting Things Done” walked in front of my inner eyes. So I asked myself “Do I have the belief “I can’t get things done”?” And there it was, I held that belief.

Next I worked the Lefkoe process freeform on that one and eliminated it too.

Now this is true: “I can get things done.” and “I am powerful.”

Now I have that feeling of relief like with the other believes… yeah, and then some.

So, I highly recommend to not only check if the limiting belief is gone but also if the positive version of the belief is activated or not.

With each limiting belief killed I feel like the load of invisible stones I carried on my back is getting lighter and lighter. Also my behavior is different and other people notice this too, in a positive sense. And like you said Morty without any effort on my side, this is just the natural me acting and moving unrestricted. Smooth. Effortless. Beautiful. Definitly life changing.

So, anybody who wants more life – do yourself a favour, before you do anything else, first get rid of your limiting believes and the Lefkoe Belief Process is the way to do that in the fastest and most effective way.

Off to kill another belief

Heike

PS: Highly recommend the muscle testing for quick and accurate assessment of wheter or not you have a belief.

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Christoffer L. December 7, 2012 at

Thank you so much for changing my life! After only one week of dedication to the program, I am now able to communicate on a whole different level. When I first started out I had many beliefs about my self and the world which I thought were true. I had a hard time approaching women (because of negative beliefs) but I’m now able to talk to anyone on a genuine, real and confident way. I am able to hold eye contact without thinking that I am not good enough or that it is dangerous to have people focusing on me. No anxiety, no fear of rejection. There is no voice in my head to critizise my actions.

I am the creator of my beliefs, and I can change it. I am the creator of my life!

Again, thank you so much! Much appreciation from Norway!

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Anemone December 3, 2012 at

I just finished the 19 beliefs and 4 conditionings. I’m not sure about some of them but definitely felt a shift with most of the ones I worked through. So while it may not fix my life completely (life is complicated) I think it has taken the edge off my fear of other people. It actually felt at times like taking a scalpel and separating the events from the beliefs and feelings. Thank you.

I noticed that for a couple of beliefs, I acquired them for the first time in my teens or 20s and had cleared them myself since then, but that I seemed to need to be walked through the ones formed when I was younger. I’m assuming this has to do with cognitive development – it’s easier to see and clear a belief that’s formed when we’re sophisticated enough to see ourselves forming the belief as we make it (formal operations). Or something like that. Younger kids just don’t have the perspective, and then we don’t remember forming the belief in the first place until someone spells it out for us and we go “oh, yeah!”.

I found the videos hard to follow because of long sentences and many ideas following very quickly one after the other, and had to hit the pause button a lot (and sometimes backtrack, too), to be able to follow the arguments. It took a lot of concentration. I also had a hard time sensing how I felt on such a short notice. I think that having subtitles would have helped me a lot (I do have a hard time following what people say), and of course they’d be essential for people with hearing impairments. Even without subtitles, I’d still recommend this process for other autistic people, but not until I’ve let it sink in a bit and can say more about outcome.

Belief 17, “People aren’t interested in what I have to say”, made me laugh. Even the textbooks say that about autistic people. But it’s all in the presentation. We all love museums, after all, and what are they but geek-fests?

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Morty Lefkoe December 3, 2012 at

Hi Anemone,

I’ve never had someone with autism tell me that they were able to get through the 19 beliefs. I’m happy to hear that it worked for you.

I’d love to ask you a few questions. If you are willing to give me a few minutes, please call me at 415-884-0552.

Love, Morty

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Anemone December 4, 2012 at

I don’t use a phone. I find it too hard to figure out what people are saying. But you’re welcome to email me. I assume you have my email.

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Greg December 3, 2012 at

Thank you, this was powerful and deep. I am amazed by the immediate effect it had on me and am very much looking forward to starting a new step in life where I’m the creator!

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Heike December 1, 2012 at

Hi folks,

this process works, it kills limiting believes in 40 minutes or less.

Here are a few tweaks I figured out:

1. I use muscle testing to check if I have a belief at the beginning and then at the end find out whether it’s gone. This is way more direct and measurable for me than the somewhat vague feelings of thruth or untruth, though they work too.

2. I found out that I formed some believes several times in my life. So as I work on the childhood events as it its done in the programm I get only a part of the belief killed, sometimes it gets stronger or it comes to the surface. Then I have to find a more recent event or similar events (something from my adult life) where I meant to see the belief in the event and then work the “unseeing” with these. Then the belief disappears. So I formed the belief in early childhood and then again as an adult. “I’m not competent” was such a case.

Hope this helps

Heike

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Morty Lefkoe December 2, 2012 at

Hi Heike,

Thanks for sharing how you use the Lefkoe Belief Process.

Most people are able to eliminate a belief permanently by using just the childhood source. If you require two sources, that’s fine.

Love, Morty

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Susan November 28, 2012 at

Morty, You are a star! Thank you so much. Your free programme is such a blessing to the world and I would love to work on each of the beliefs that could be blocking my pathway to confidence, health and success. I will certainly be spreading the word and singing your praises. x

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Morty Lefkoe November 28, 2012 at

Hi Susan,

Thanks for letting me know how useful our free belief-elimination program has been. Let me know how you feel after you eliminate the 19 beliefs in the Natural Confidence program.

Love, Morty

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Vasil Stoyanov November 27, 2012 at

Hi Morty,
I have no words to say how grateful I am! Until a few hours ago I thought it was impossible to buy your program but now it is before me. I know it works because I used the free section. I think this is the best program I’ve seen.
Thank you with all my heart!

Vasil Stoyanov

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Morty Lefkoe November 29, 2012 at

Hi Vasil,

I’m glad you were able to get the NC program.

Let me know how your life changes after you complete the program.

Love, Morty

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Jimmychooshoes November 23, 2012 at

Hi Morty,

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Jimmychooshoes November 23, 2012 at

Sorry about that. Clicked enter before I was done.

My question is this. When I eliminated the belief “im not important” I definitely felt a huge impact on the way I behaved. It just seemed like I carried so much for weight in my step and my voice was even bold and commanding. But also, the way I thought was different. It was like I gave myself permission to not care what others thought (even though I have many more negative beliefs). And Instantly after I eliminated it it felt like my mind worked differently, like I was able to think more clear, I seemed to have more discernment and my true personality came out. Why do you think I had the change in how my mind worked?

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Morty Lefkoe November 24, 2012 at

Hi Jimmychooshoes,

You felt that dramatic change because you eliminated a belief. Eliminating a belief about the world changes your perception of the world.

Love, Morty

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June November 17, 2012 at

Hi, how does this work for socially imposed limiting beliefs? I’m African and West Indian living in the United States and have been the target of racism. How do you eliminate the belief: I’m black and will never be allowed to get ahead?

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Morty Lefkoe November 18, 2012 at

Hi June,

You get rid of all beliefs the same way. The Lefkoe Belief Process will help you eliminate any belief, no matter what its source.

You can learn how to use the LBP in an online course we teach (http://lefkoeuniversity.com) or you can have a session with one of our certified facilitators (call 415-884-0552 for more information).

Love, Morty

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Tyler November 10, 2012 at

Dear Morty,

I love your work! It’s so remarkable. And your book too. After I eliminated your beliefs and saw the profound change in my life, I repeat profound. Seriously. I dont think anything is too far out of reach. To read the words ” feel like anything is possible ” on your website is one thing, but to feel that. Incredible.

And to anyone who doubts that this works. I’ve been there, as someone who knows how to spot the fakes and crap that doesn’t work because I have been trying to get rid of certain things in my life for years. I tell you, this works. You may find remembering your childhood memory difficult or some small aspect of it. But if you get this right and eliminate a belief I personally promise that this will change you. Thank you Morty for this AMAZING work.

God Bless,

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Annie November 5, 2012 at

I’ve just listened to the process to eliminate the belief “i’m not good enough”, And i’ve got stuck, i don’t understand, as the creator of my own life , why i chose the negative belief !!!???? Did my mind had different options to choose from???
thanks,
Annie

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Morty Lefkoe November 7, 2012 at

Hi Annie,

The belief wasn’t formed by an adult, but by a 2-6 year old child. Parents are adults, they must know what they are doing. So if they are dissatisfied with us, it must be our fault. You didn’t have much choice about the meaning you gave your parents’ behavior as a child.

Love,Morty

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Annie October 27, 2012 at

Just listened to Who Am I Really? What an eye opener and also a way for the soul to truly come out and be who we came here to be. I can’t wait to be that person instead of what I have believed life has made me.
Thank you for this program.

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Marquita October 23, 2012 at

When my father told me that if God wanted him to kill me that he would do it without hesitation. Also, he enjoyed telling me and my siblings that we were chattel, just the same as the couch or the lamp or livestock or any other inanimate objects. How did I misunderstand these situations? Are these not things that scream that we were not important?

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Morty Lefkoe October 23, 2012 at

Hi Marguita,

They scream to me that your father might have thought you weren’t important, that doesn’t mean it is true. It also could mean that he had lousy patenting skills, he might not have even thought it himself. And there are ten other interpretations. His behavior has no inherent meaning.

Love, Morty

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Susan October 23, 2012 at

I can see how this process works and how it can be effective. My issues, mostly of not feeling “safe” in the world, stem from early memories. Critical father and moving 11 times in fourteen years.
However, can this process help with post-traumatic responses? I have had several instense feelings of insecurity, etc. and those feelings I have instilled in myself (auto- suggestion).
Please let me know if this is a process that could help in this regard.
Thank you

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Morty Lefkoe October 23, 2012 at

Hi Susan,

Yes, our work can help you overcome PTSD.

Call us at 415-884-0552 for further information.

Love,Morty

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Pradeep Deshpande October 23, 2012 at

This is simply excellent. I surely would like to recommend this to my all friends. I have also followed earlier “Bramhakumari sister Shivani’s hapiness unlimited” (available on youtube). It explains similar concept… in fact, I was astonished to find the correlation ..

Going through this session gave me an opportunity to reconfirm those concepts that I had forgotten for some time and to make me reliase who I am..

This gave me calmness and confidence !!

Thank you Morty.

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james October 15, 2012 at

I believe Jesus Christ is Lord and my creator not me. it’s going to take me longer to understand what your saying, so I can move past my limiting behaviors!

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Tyler November 9, 2012 at

Hi James,

I too believe that Jesus Christ is Lord and Savior and that he died for me many years ago. But let me help you understand the difference here. The lefkoe process is in no way saying that you created your own life, or even the physical and spiritual person you and others know to be James. When Morty says you are the creator of your life, he is referring to how you see the world. In his book he really does a good job of explaining this but when you are young, like 2 or 3 and the continuing years after that you are still trying to make sense of the world. You have to give meaning to things to continue learning and understanding what the world is. Thats why a two year old would not know to not cross a busy intersection and an adult would. At some point in that adults life they saw that if you cross the intersection you mite get hit and die. They attributed a meaning to that situation. So lets go back to when your a young child if your parents ignore you when there talking, or dont acknowledge you when you walk in a room or are too busy to play with you. You mite attribute the meaning ‘im not important’ to those situations. But that was YOUR interpretation. Thats the meaning you gave to it. Doesn’t mean its true and if fact most time it is not. Simply put if you change your interpretation of those events and therefore the meaning you gave them. You will change your world. The world is as you see it. It is literally all in your mind.

I hope that helps.

Best,

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Brian D. October 15, 2012 at

This was a very quick to the point process that I have been looking for. Thanks and I promise to pay it foward.

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Rodney October 10, 2012 at

This is going to be long, so I apologize in advance. But maybe I can get some insight.

I understand how the process works. You are essentially just trading out one belief for another, ‘tricking’ your brain to accept another and make it as much of a habitual idea as the ‘bad’ belief was habitual. But I also feel like if you understand how the process works before hand, you are pretty much already beginning to condition yourself to respond to the questions in a positive manner, regardless of if you actually know what he is asking you or not. And if you don’t prepare yourself, you are less inclined to learn or really take away from it.

I for one, actually felt a bit of uncomfortable pull when those questions were asked. (I did ‘I am not good enough’, because that is my major concern.) I understood the process and what it was he was asking me to do, but the examples and scenarios he was giving really had little impact on me, which doesn’t help me in my case as my brain was logistically stating “My experience was nothing like that.”

Which, some folks might say ‘Well clearly you don’t need to be here then since you don’t have that problem.’ But I do. Day in and day out as I work on projects and ideas, despite telling myself otherwise, I stop. I’m not good enough. It spawned not out of anger from parents because my parents adopted me and therefore I held them in an iron grip. I was spoiled. My mother was terrified that denying me anything was going to show her as a bad parent in my eyes, despite that I never felt that way. I never felt she was a bad parent in the times she refused to let me do things. It’s when she let me do things, or rather, when I told her I was going to do something. My parents raised me to never lie, to be honest, and to just state the truth. Yet my dad is a corrupted and horrid liar in both his professional and personal life, both towards clients and my mother. And my mother has lied to me, successfully ruining my relationship with the both of them. If it was a matter of ‘meaning’ and ‘my interpretation’ of the events that led up to this, I wouldn’t be so harsh. But it is hard when everyone around you has that same interpretation of that exact event (as these were public-based events).

When I would do something, or start to do something, my parents laughed at me. Mother especially since Dad worked all the time. I always aimed for the high bar. I still do, despite never feeling though I can reach it. So when I proceeded to state like a crazy inventor “THIS is what I am going to do!” My mother’s response was “No you’re not.” This would be her response if she was not already laughing in my face about it. “You want to mediate other people with problems? You never leave your room.” “You don’t know how to do that, you sit with a computer all day.” So on, and so on. Anything I brought to the table, if it was not to be made for the money, and it was just because I -wanted- to do it, she would cackle and tell me I was never going to do it. “Go ahead and try it, feel free.”

And I never did. Because of her laughter, my interpretation of the events would be that even if I did try it, she would continue to either laugh. One might suggest doing these things anyway, and see how loud she laughs after the results. My problem was she still laughed when I did accomplish something (The military, no less). And eventually it got to a point that I just stopped doing or telling them anything.

This program would work well for those with the angry parents, and it would work well with those who only have parents as their ‘enemy’ that spawned the event that lead to the belief. But there are many who go beyond parents. We cannot always assume our friends are right, so who is to say that they are not wrong in their interpretations as well? Every day I deal with folks who tell me it is not just their parents, but it is also their friends, their enemies, even anonymous people on the internet that take the events they contributed to, and tell them “You’re not good enough.” They get this every single day of their entire life, from childhood to adulthood. The interpretation that they have of themselves, is just further justified by everyone else’s responses, right down to complete strangers.

And that is where they DO see those words in the world. The internet makes it even more viable to give it that shape, that color, that location. The person’s avatar. The color of the website or text. The website they’re on or the page they clicked to. Now we do have a visible piece to those words, just in addition to those words. I know some folks who are so terrified of click on an icon because they know that the page that icon leads to, must have some bad news. It becomes an environmental stimlus.

So what do I do now? My parents made me angry because they laughed. I was angry because I was that child that said “They are unrealistic in their decisions.” I was angry because I KNEW that they did not know anything about me, but my goals and reasons for wanting to do anything still had to do with stopping them. Stop laughing, stop shaking your head, stop telling me it is not worth it or that I just cannot do it. It persists even today, whether I am choosing to work for an employer or if I just want to make something out of the kindness of my heart to a friend. There is always that underlying “I am not good enough. This isn’t getting on paper as well as it is in my head and I do not know the craft necessary to make it look as good.” Time passes, my head keeps thinking, and my hands keep stalling.

Which is funny, because I am a very high-spirited person. I am ambitious and while I have little physical evidence to prove this, I somehow still carry the weight as though I have those successes. Despite my inability to seemingly produce anything (something I may or may not believe), everyone says I am the person they want to be. I am the one they come to. I help as best I can, not because I am helping but more because, when they do have problems, they tend to be small ones that I did overcome. And that is my problem. My answers to them are the answers to me. Their problems are a mishmashed version of my problems. “I can’t get myself to do this.” “Sit down and just do. Don’t think on it. Just make it and get past that point and then judge it.”

But I hear these words so often from me that I cannot myself seem to take from them. Sure, all of this can be deducted as “Well, you just said you cannot. So you believe you cannot.” So what happens when you hold the belief that the very advice you know that works, doesn’t work for you, and therefore does not? I laugh at myself, and I tell myself “It does work.” Because it DOES WORK. Every piece of logic and truth agrees with me. I have seen it work. I have done it to show it works. I know it very well works. I know I am absolutely “fantastic” in what I do. I jokingly tell my friends “my art sucks.” Though I know it doesn’t. I know I am not PERFECT in it, but I know I am better than a good bout of people out there.

Yet despite having all these positive beliefs, I still wind up day by day, and that belief of ‘I’m not good enough’ raises its ugly head in the middle of the oasis, sucking out the water until there is no reason to stay there anymore.

So what is my problem? Is it “I’m not good enough?” Is it my environment? Is it, as it always seems to be, just me? I don’t seem to have the thought patterns others do. Despite clearly acknowledging it, I don’t seem to see things as everyone else does and it becomes bothersome when you have 500+ interpretations that are the same—and yours is vastly different. One could say agreeing with the other interpretations is comforming and thus they may not want to do it. But if you feel in your gut that your interpretation is the right one, how do you get rid of something like that?

This program does do what it needs to do for those folks. I can see that from a mile away, and I do nod with the questions and go through the exercises…but I feel distanced. I don’t believe I should be distanced. I don’t believe I am distanced. But I FEEL that way. I can’t seem to answer the questions right because my answers don’t seem to answer that question. They are more statements. “Write down these events that may have caused you to feel this way.” I’ve never felt that way. I had a completely different event. There are no events that made me feel that way, so the closest I can offer is this, which is not the same…so nothing clicks.

I still feel lost.

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Morty Lefkoe October 10, 2012 at

Hi Rodney,

There is too much to answer in a written response, so please call me at 4215-884-0552 and let me explain how the belief-elimination process works and how you can get value from it.

Love,Morty

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Morty Lefkoe October 23, 2012 at

Hi Rodney,

I just noticed that I gave you an incorrect phone number. Here is the correct number. Please call so we can help.

415-884-0552

Love, Morty

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Morty Lefkoe November 8, 2012 at

Hi Rodney,

There is no need to feel lost. You sent us a very long note describing your plight and asking for help. We can help if you call us. Please call. 415-884-0552.

Love, Morty

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Sazali September 30, 2012 at

Hi,

In in my opinion, you need to to have a good idea of how the “Leftkoe Belief Process” works before you try out the free program so that you know what to expect and how to respond to the questions or exercises given during the process. I think the idea is to enable you can respond to them meaningfully so that your mental response will have an impact on you. So some kind of thinking and preparation may be required before you try the session.

That’s what I did. I read a few blogs about Morty Leftkoe’s work before I tried the free program and then did the “I’m not good enough” session. Since I had some idea how it works I found myself able to work through the session reasonably well (I guess). I came out of the 30 minutes or so session with some new revelation and perception about myself and the past events that changed my thinking and I am already experiencing that changes now. Not bad for a free program !!!.

Now I “know” that I am good enough, that there is nothing inherently wrong with me and that all this while, that I’ve just been “hypnotized” by my own interpretation of events that happened a long time ago. I’m now even thinking that, sure, I have my own weakness or shortcoming but that don’t make “not good enough”. I’m still OK. It’s liberating !!!!

This is NOT an endorsement. I haven’t buy the program yet but since the free program works for me, who knows what Natural Confidence can do? So I’m saving the money for it (the price is a bit stiff for me even for the three-payments plan). Thanks Morty.

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Morty Lefkoe October 1, 2012 at

Hi Sazali,

Glad you got value from the free belief. And let me know all the results when you finally get the Natural Confidence program.

Love,Morty

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Morty Lefkoe October 10, 2012 at

Hi Sazali,

One more thing, you do not need any preparation or advance knowledge for the belief-elimination program to be successful. Most people have no preparation and it works for most people.

Love, Morty

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Cat September 18, 2012 at

What if hearing the belief now makes me feel mad and heavy, like I know the belief is wrong?

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Morty Lefkoe October 1, 2012 at

Hi Cat,

If saying the words of a belief doesn’t feel good, it probably means you have the belief. Use the process to eliminate it.

Love,Morty

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Diana September 12, 2012 at

Hi Morty,
I am enjoying learning about your technique and have bought your book.
My question is:
How do you know if the troubles you are having is a result of limiting beliefs OR simply a lack of ability or some other factor?
I admit, I had a horrible child hood (abuse, bullied), but my live is actually pretty great now in terms of my relationship/kids/finances. I’m sure that has effected me in some way, but not sure how exactly..
My situation is this: I’m having issues with my career. I am a recruiter on 100% commission and started 7 yrs ago after being out of the workforce for 9 yrs (raising kids) and getting a divorce. I was doing okay for the first 5 years although it was a constant struggle, always feeling like an uphill battle. So many things can go wrong that are beyond my control. Although I was making fairly good money (although not great), I quit that agency (toxic work enviornment/revolving door) for another one. I like where I work and the people, but it’s even harder to make any money here. In order have any “success” here (and that’s not guaranteed) you have to make 60-100 cold calls day in day out, make calls at night in order to generate enough job orders and potential candidates. I NEVER had to do that at the last job and did quite well. Over the past 2 years, I became increasingly more frustrated with the amount of energy that is required to make placements and then the agency takes more than 50%. As well, it seems that whenever I get some activity going, it constantly falls apart. Nothing ever seems to go my way. My colleague on the other hand, is doing unbeliveably well which does bug me (I get along great with him) This situation has made me question everything – is this is right job for me? should I do this on my own and take 100% of the fee? should I do something completely different? I’m good at what I do (i.e. relationship building) and can make cold calls, but the sheer quantity is unappealing to me. I find cold calling potential candidates alot easier and enjoyable than cold calling companies for job orders. Unfortunately, without job orders, it’s hard to make enough money (I focus more on filling other recruiters jobs). In order for me to be successful, I am told that I have to increase my client calls significantly. This is the thing I’m resisting.
I don’t know if I’m really “blocked”, in that I have limiting beliefs, or if this is just a ridiculously impossible job? More than half the people hired don’t cut it.
Ideally, I would like to stay here and make it work, but if I can’t I need to do something else. Even the thought of switching gears at my age (50) totally overwhelms me.
Any help you could provide would be helpful.
Love D.

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Delonte September 8, 2012 at

Thank You

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Rocky September 4, 2012 at

Thank you so much for this program, it has released me from years of limiting beliefs in connection to my self esteem. I have made great strides and felt more capable than even. Yet I still have the primary belief that I am trying to free myself of and that is about money. I come from a family where they have many limiting beliefs about money and its lack more specifically. I understand the connection between not feeling good enough and it being an intangible meaning that was created in my mind, yet with money not having it and the belief that it is in limited supplyis tangible when I open up my wallet or check my bank account. I would love to explore and learn about this method, since I feel I have had more progress with it than any other, including energy workshops and meditation, the question I have is will the program show steps on how to realease limiting beliefs about money and inspire the necessary action thereafter in order to correct the situation? Thanks again for all the time and effort that has been put in this program and for sharing it.

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Kathleen September 1, 2012 at

Wonderful! Awesiome! Amazing!
To think that I spent the night and into this morning weeping because I was stuck in the past, thinking about how from my dad to my ex-husband, to every relationship in between – I was just not good enough, not perfect enough, thinking self-defeating thoughts even though I – yes, ME, have a very accomplished background both intellectually, professionally and educationally.

Your system just plugged into that part of my brain that needed resetting! Thank you from the bottom of my heart for this accessible and timely intervention.

May God continue to bless you and the work you are doing.

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karen August 21, 2012 at

Morty , I don’t know where to start , you are an amazing person , what you do is so kind .You have helped me so much & so many people .You are blessed. I’m going to pass this on to someone else I know will be really grateful. You do get negativity back from people when theyre really in a mess. It’s trying to keep itself alive. But beauty is beauty , truth is truth ,and there’s a lot of people who are really ready. Amazing gratitude , respect . THANKYOU SO MUCH.

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Satheesh August 21, 2012 at

Hi Morty,
Thanks very much for this information, infact i was doing a lot of thought process to change my belief, your link was send to me by a friend of mine.
Interpretation to the event is the great answer to my questions.

Thanks very much and God bless you.
Satheesh.

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Rez August 20, 2012 at

This programme may be helpful for “normal” people. However, I don’t think it would help a person like me who has been struggling with Attention Deficit Disorder my entire life and has had many experiences, both old and recent, that have reinforced my beliefs in my deficiencies caused by my disorder. In my case it is not just my parents that have perpetuated the belief but also other people (friends, bosses, colleagues, etc)

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Morty Lefkoe August 20, 2012 at

Hi Rez,

In addition to any beliefs you might have that have caused your ADD, you also have the belief that you can’t get rid of your problem. I suspect that is the biggest problem you have now, namely the belief that nothing can help you. Unfortunately, it is a common belief that keeps people from getting help.

By the way, the source of ADD is nothing that people have told you.

We have helped people with ADD and ADHD.

Love, Morty

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Courty August 18, 2012 at

Morty, you have changed my life. I realize that is a rather cliche’ thing to say, but it is the complete truth. The part of the video about being the ‘creator of your life’ hit me like a ton of bricks. Very enlightening bricks. :) A light bulb switched on in my universe the day I watched the video on changing negative beliefs. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.

Court

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Darl August 15, 2012 at

Hi Morty,
Thank you for your program. I successfully removed the belief that mistakes and failure are bad. During the program, I had difficulty remembering a specific time when I felt bad for making a mistake. I just knew there were many times my parents were upset with me. A memory suddenly hit me like a ton of bricks and I recalled every detail. I sat amazed as I watched my belief melt away, and I no longer maintain that belief. I can’t wait to get into your method more. I appreciate what you’ve done for me very much.

Sincerely,
Darl

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Tasha August 15, 2012 at

Hi Morty,
When I tried your method, I found myself feeling very self conscious, reluctant to say things aloud, and unable to make it through the process. I was reluctant to believe the source of the belief was my parents, and I was skeptical that the process could work. I got discouraged and did not complete the process because of these thoughts. I just find it overwhelming to try to remember the traumas that could’ve led to these beliefs…or which traumas are valid enough to have formed such strong beliefs…
Thanks anyway.
Tasha

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Rachael August 12, 2012 at

Dear Morty,
I just had my introduction to your Method, on the far end of not having had a whole night’s sleep. So this isn’t the best stance from which to comment, except to say THANK YOU! I can’t wait to do this WITH a good night’s rest! But i know that something definitely shifted in the meantime. I can feel absolute promise of the transformative !!!! coming.

Rachael Rocamora

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Agnieszka August 6, 2012 at

Hello,

I came accross your video a few days ago and was able to eliminate one of my beliefs. The interesting thing is that elimination of only one belief makes other negative beliefs not so “believable” anymore either.

What an amazing program, and free, I think you just might saved my life.
I do not however want to stop working on myself. There is one belief that has been undermining my life for a very long time: I’m unlovable / unwanted. Is there at this point a video or any kind of material which could help me eliminate it?

Please don’t stop the free services, they can and probably have saved lives. I strongly believe that if more people knew about the Lefkoe Method it could lower suicide rates. This should be something we teach children and young adults at schools.

Thank you.

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hayley August 3, 2012 at

Hi Morty,

Before I listened to your ‘i am not important’ i already knew what I typed to you at the end were ‘stuck in my mind’ from child-hood experiences, however trivial they seem. But after the end of your 20 minute session I feel some what more confused that they should have effected me so much. Don’t think you helped – but maybe added to the problem. Didn’t bust the belief – sorry!

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Debo July 21, 2012 at

Hello Morty,

Right from my childhood I had this believe that I am not good in Science . Also , I could see this event in the form of my Transcript that inevitably showed (by means of Grades) , that I failed in Science.

I just did your ” I am not good enough ” Limiting Belief removal program. So it means people in my position cannot get rid of a limiting belief like “I’m not good enough” when they have evidence ( like poor grades in my case) that they are indeed not good enough.

Regards,
D

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Morty Lefkoe July 21, 2012 at

Hi Debo,

There is a difference between not being good at a specific skill, right now, and not being a good enough person, forever. The first can be true, the latter can never be true.

The Lefkoe Belief Process can eliminate the belief I’m not good enough because it is not the truth.

Love,Morty

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Robyn July 17, 2012 at

Also I really liked your Parent University concept ;) A full program like that should be a requirement for every parent…it could change the world.

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Robyn July 17, 2012 at

Thank you very much for this presentation. It was very profound and it worked for me!

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linda July 16, 2012 at

Hi Morty,
I just finished doing your free “not good enough” issue. Then I have read through your blog. Very interesting, people who r not ready to help themselves will always be negative, and we all have different situations that happen to us, your guide line is for us to picture our own event, mine was allot different I was told to my face every day, but doing that little free bee with you helped me move on, when I finished you asked how do we feel, I felt empty a bit scary as for years I have had resentment and goodness knows what else there, and now it is gone I feel a void . I have read tons of books which talk about me being the creator, and finally your explanation it hit home. I am sure the light bulb goes on for allot of people, I for one appreciated your effort you have put in.
Many Thanks. Linda

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s July 12, 2012 at

Hi Morty! I bought NC and am having a problem with it. While I have a lot of these beliefs, I feel like they didn’t come from my parents, I absolutely can’t see the way my parents treated me leading to them, and I can’t go back into any specific situation and re-live it because I can’t figure out how I formed the belief! Any advice?
Thanks!

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James July 10, 2012 at

Hi Morty,

Thanks for the work you’re doing! I have two comments after having done your confidence program and your money belief program. I find that the wording for the beliefs you use aren’t exactly how I would word them myself and it’s a little difficult to make the switch in my head. Therefore some of the beliefs seem to disappear right away and others linger.

Also, I find that your 5 money beliefs program is missing a few VERY important belief that I’ve had for a long time, maybe even multiple lifetimes. And that is that having money isn’t spiritual. And that money is bad or evil. Or that money corrupts. There are also other related beliefs like wealthy people are arrogant and untrustworthy. I think it would be GREAT if you could flesh out this program with more of these kinds of beliefs.

Thanks again for your great work!

Love
James

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Katheryn July 6, 2012 at

Hi Morty:

I listened to you on a webinar and you just made sense. For that, I thank you.I find myself taking a step back and really considering a moment before reacting to it. I like the way you share your information….I trust it. I appreciate your work and thank you for sharing.

Best regards,
Katheryn

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Chuck June 28, 2012 at

Not everything is only a belief or assigned-meaning. If I murder a kid in front of your eyes you feel bad because its inherently bad, not just because I attribute the meaning that its bad. By your standards it would be appropriate to feel joyful about that event.

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Morty Lefkoe June 28, 2012 at

Hi Chuck,

I could find other interpretations for your example. But let’s assume I can’t. That’s one example. How many more can you find?

What does it inherently mean that mom and dad yelled at you? Or weren’t present when you wanted them? Etc. These are the events that had no inherent meaning that you gave meaning to and formed the beliefs that are running your life. Not having a child killed in front of you.

Love, Morty

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Lin July 1, 2012 at

I am on Belief 2. I have started who are you reall. I do have to say your analagies are good but you repeat the same one in every belief. I also have to say you have forgotten that some of us come from broken homes, foster care and child abuse. I dont see where you give us any recourse to think something else. I did soemwhat on my own liek they just weren’t loving people. They couldnt love you for they were not your biological parents. They hadnt their own negative beliefs. Also , Feelings to have shape , size and color especially when they’re intense childhood memories.
There is not download to repeat the process and these negative beliefs have been there a long time- isnt repition needed to get rid of them. It would be helpfull when somethign happens that mimics the childhood events and thoughts in your mind.

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Debbie June 25, 2012 at

I have finished the Natural Confidence program, and done many of the occuring processes. however, I can’t seem to lose my anxiety that when a man is angry, he may become physically violent. I spend too much time being anxious around any kind of conflict. I know rationally and logically that this is ridiculous and yet I find myself immediately anxious if my spouse argues with anyone or strongly relays his views. I’m afraid he will be beaten up, or that a brawl will ensue and he will be killed or hurt badly. Any suggestions (besides individual sessions)?

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Morty Lefkoe June 25, 2012 at

Hi Debbie,

If you are able to use the Lefkoe Occurring Process all the time you would be able to dissolve the meaning you are giving specific conflict situations, which would also dissolve your fear.

You probably have beliefs like Anger is dangerous and conflict is dangerous, and have conditioned anger and conflict to produce fear. If you eliminated those beliefs and conditionings, the anxiety would stop.

Love, Morty

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Bogdan June 17, 2012 at

Ciao, I think form in deep is empty, empty in deep is form.Use this with smart’
Thanks for good lesson,
Bogdan Lewandowski.

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kavya June 12, 2012 at

how is babby formed
how girl get pragnent

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karen August 21, 2012 at

how many years old do you have kavya?
how do you live ?

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karen August 21, 2012 at

kavya, you ask women who live with you in your country, when you are alone with them.
Ask women who have with babbys . They will tell you.
Peace be with you.

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Jessica June 6, 2012 at

I went through the free online streaming to eliminate 3 limiting beliefs. I only did the “I’m not good enough” one, for right now. But for the moment, I have found that it helped me identify my limiting belief, but not eliminate it. Am I missing something? The last thing it did was have me write down specifics about the memories with my parents that created this limiting belief. To be honest, I already knew that. What I need to know is how to eliminate the belief now. But after I did that and clicked continue, there was nothing else to it, except taking me to the page to purchase the next program up. I was under the impression I would actually be able to eliminate this belief after going through this (though to be honest, I was skeptical that a few minutes watching a video online would do that. It’s so ingrained in me, and I already knew it was there.) So I’m wondering if perhaps I missed something? Or if the only purpose was to identify and not eliminate. I’ll try it again tomorrow, I guess.

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Morty Lefkoe June 7, 2012 at

Jessica,

Please try again. Somehow you missed most of the process. There are several parts taking about 25 minutes in total that will actually help you eliminate the belief.

Love, Morty

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Jessica June 7, 2012 at

Thank you! I will try again tonight and let you know what happens.

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Helen June 3, 2012 at

I was turned off by your videos because you want me to blame all my beleifs on my parents. I do not recall my parents in the way you portray them. They were very supportive. When I got in touble (as all kids do) I knew it was for something that I should not have done and I was being punished for that. I have no negative feelings from my childhood as far as my parents are concerned.
I think in today’s society, we are too quick to blame the parents. My negative beliefs stem mainly from the mental abuse I suffered from my ex-husband but your videos don’t handle that situation.
Please do not send me any more videos to watch.

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Stephanie March 7, 2013 at

Helen, every child, from the time they are born to about age 6 has a brain like a sponge – they don’t have conditioning yet, they don’t have set beliefs … their brains are forming & they take in EVERYTHING. You can have the BEST parents in the world & your ‘little’ child sees things differently. They take in the experience, and store in subconcious where ALL the info in those first yrs. is stored . As you grow older and start to go through life, you may start to feel a ‘feeling’ of sad, mad, not good enough, not worthy .. etc and you don’t know why… because it’s subconcious and all you have the feeling. Limiting beliefs are rea, Even Dr. Phil talks about them extensively in his book Self Matters. Please don’t take offense – it’s not about blaming your parents.

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Rachael May 31, 2012 at

First of all, none of the limiting beliefs you offer in your pitch apply to me, so I didn’t select one. Without even seeing your approach, I can almost say with certainty that the method should be universal in its application and work for any limiting belief, not have to be confined to just particular beliefs. I think you should have just chosen a limiting belief and showed everyone how your system works on it.

However, I can see how offering a few selections gives you a little research into which of the categories of beliefs most people who respond. Clever, indeed.

Second, the least you could do before having someone enter their email address in order to get your free advice on how to destroy a limiting belief is to tell them they are “subscribing” to something before they elect to request something for “free.”

I think I’ll pass on your approach and your method. Besides, God’s plan is far better than yours for eliminating limiting beliefs.

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Morty Lefkoe May 31, 2012 at

I just received the following email from Terry Shull, who completed the Natural Confidence course. I thought others might like to see it.

Hi Morty,

It’s been over a year since I started the Natural Confidence program. I procrastinated in finishing it but with your support I completed it about two months ago.

As you know, I am 74 years old and have led an unusually intense life. I have been married four times and divorced three times. I was diagnosed with PTSD in early 2004 as a result of my service during the Viet Nam war. I have spent most of my life with the feeling of not being able to trust hardly anyone. I have always had this feeling of worrying about myself first and others next, if at all. My relationships have been superficial at best. The multi-marriages are just one example of my difficulty at being able to connect at a deeper emotional level with others, including my children. I have spent thousands of dollars and countless hours in therapy, taken all of the self-development courses available the last 40 years and they have helped some. I tell you all of this because it’s the best lead-in to telling you what the Natural Confidence program has done for me that all of the many hours of therapy and self-development courses couldn’t do or didn’t do.

The last few months since completing the Natural Confidence program has been the very best time of my life. After completing your program I felt strangely empty. I felt uncomfortably calm, not anxious, and smiling more—a very unusual feeling for me to have. I noticed that I was hardly ever critical of others anymore but suddenly I found myself being sincerely empathetic to the feelings of others. I find myself able to trust what others say and do—that’s a first. My grown children and I are having sincere, loving communications—I am telling them I love them and they are saying the same thing!! Best of all, the petty arguments my wife and I have been having has diminished dramatically and we are spending lots of time talking and really listening to each other. People ask me what I’m doing—that I seem different. And I am—delightfully different!! I like myself and others. The vacuum that I felt when I eliminated those life-long (until now) limiting beliefs are being filled with love and trust for others, especially my wife and children. The anxiety I have lived with for so long has been replaced with sincere feelings of caring and empathy for others.

There is no way to thank you and Shelley and the entire Lefkoe Institute staff for this miracle. This note is the best I can do. “Thank you” is a bit too shallow to convey my deep appreciation and love for all of you.

With deep appreciation and love for all of you
Terry Shull

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chrissi May 30, 2012 at

THANK YOU FOR ADDING AN AFFORDABLE PLAN!!!!!!!!

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Claudette May 21, 2012 at

Hi Morty,

I am going through Natural Confidence – about 1/2 way through now – and feel a calmness a lot of the time now – still much to work on and look forward to finishing. Thank you for the program.
I noticed that at one point Karen mentioned 20 beliefs and 5 conditionings but I only see 19 and 4 on the side bar.
I am taking the course right now and can see the benefit of finishing the NC first, especially since I do have fears associated with being judged and evaluated (vivid memories from grade one with that). So working to try to get through NC but don’t think at this time I will finish it in the 3 wks.
I really do appreciate all the information and availability – it feels safe and less intrusive than counselling I have gone for in the past.
Thanks again.

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Morty Lefkoe May 22, 2012 at

Hi Claudette,

Sorry about the confusion: there are 19 beleifs and four conditionings.

If you don’t complete the program in three weeks don’t get stressed about it. Just complete it as soon as you can.

Love, Morty

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Vladislav May 21, 2012 at

Hello, Morty.
I have a question: how I can understand that my belief is removed? I worked through free program and began listen to big one. So far I worked through two beliefs: “I am not good enough” and “Mistakes and failures are bad”. In the beginning, than I told those statements aloud, I felt confidence – that they were correct statements about reality. Now I feel rejection and inside fiercely don’t agree with them. It is change, but not “feeling those words as flat” – they still cause emotional response. Are those statements destroyed?
I will continue to listen to the program, so this comment is like: “Hey, this flask is emitting blue gas! Is this right, or I confused oxygen and nitrogen again?”

P.S. My grammatical mistakes are caused by my birth in Russia. I still hope that you can read this.

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Morty Lefkoe May 21, 2012 at

Hi Vladislav,

DO the beliefs still feel true? Is there a change in how the belief felt from when you started to the end of the program? Is however you knew the belief was true at the beginning changed at the end?

Love, Morty

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Troy May 20, 2012 at

I would like to know how to get my money back if some one could let me know that would be good

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Morty Lefkoe May 21, 2012 at

Hi Troy,

I’m not sure what you bought or what you want your money back for.

But if you send an email to karen@lefkoeinstitute.com she will assist you in getting your money back for whatever you purchased.

Love, Morty

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Silvio May 12, 2012 at

Hi Morty!
Thanks for offering for free an opportunity for testing your method. I’ve gone through the “I’m not important” and really felt different at the end of the process. The other two beliefs did not resonate with me though. However, there are other beliefs in the list that I would like to work on. So I haven’t decided whether I would buy the Natural Confidence program or buy separate beliefs instead. I also ordered your book “Re-create Your Life” and will be getting it in a few days. So, I guess I will read the book first and take a decision then.

One thing I would like to hear from you is that I noticed that all three free beliefs recordings have about the same script for the basic part, differentiating only in the parts regarding to the specific belief. Do all the beliefs in the Natural Confidence program do the same? If that is the case, doesn’t it become boring to hear again and again the same explanations on forming beliefs (among other parts in the script), for example? Or this repeating is part of the process? How about the actual one-to-one consultation, does the facilitator do that too?

Thanks and regards,
Silvio

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Morty Lefkoe May 21, 2012 at

Hi Silvio,

The process for eliminating beliefs is the same, no matter what belief you are eliminating. The content is different each time: the belief is different, the source of the belief, the alternative interpretations, etc.

Very few people complain about the process being boring when they eliminate beliefs that had kept them stuck for a lifetime.

And, yes, eliminating beliefs in individual sessions is essentially the same as with the digital version.

Love, Morty

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beverly May 12, 2012 at

hi Morty,
I just purchased the program and waiting for it to come. I think I eliminated “Im not good enough. I don’t feel the same gut reactions when I say it. Just like many of your clients I need emotional healing. But I also need physical healing in my body. I know “logically that it already exist” but I have not been able to receive and really “believe” I have been trying to for sooooo long. My life is pure hell due to the non existence of both. Have you encountered any people in similar situation? What could be the limiting beliefs which could be holding me back from receiving and believing? I know many people are able to receive healing though. I am excited about working the program and being LIBERATED! I had such an emotional and physically abusive childhood. Thanks Morty God Bless!

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Liz May 11, 2012 at

Hi Morty,

I haven’t read through a great deal of your material but I did go through one of the videos and read through your blog. I find the material, problems, difficulties, that you discuss resonates with me a great deal. I have a lot of the “I’m not good enough”, “I need attention from other people” beliefs. But it seems like a lot of your philosophy is that these beliefs originate from your parents. But I’ve always been so perplexed because I had an ideal childhood. MY parents were incredibly supportive and even when I deserved it they did not punish me or tell me I did anything wrong. It was always building me up and building me up. And yet for reasons uknown to me when I was younger I started developing these beliefs that I needed and wanted and would do just about anything to get the attention of others. Does any of your material speak to this kind of a situation and the reasons behind a spontaneous need of such a thing?

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Melissa May 9, 2012 at

Morty, I bought the whole program and I’m really enjoying these videos. And I am struggling with one thing. When you ask “Do you still feel… (belief)?” I do often feel sadness or hurt or anger, related to the belief, which seems like I’m still “feeling the belief.” I’m guessing I would feel relief or nothing, if I no longer have that belief. So…should I go back and work on those beliefs? I hope this makes sense! Thank you, Melissa

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Morty Lefkoe May 9, 2012 at

Hi Melissa,

The feelings could be the result of the belief still being there, but it doesn’t sound like that is the issue. It also could be thoughts about the childhood events that led to the beleifs, and the beliefs are really gone.

I can’t really tell without spending some time talking to you. You can try going through the process again with a belief and see if that changes your feelings.

Love, Morty

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Karitzme May 6, 2012 at

Hi Morty,
I wanted to thank you for offering some of your videos on getting rid of negative beliefs for free. At this time I am unable to pay for the program which I feel is extremely valuable. The fact that I was able to get rid of a few of my beliefs for free has already made a difference and has empowered me. Again, Thank You So Much for truly helping me get rid of some of my negative beliefs. You have made a huge impact in my life in such a short time, a gift that I would not have been able to afford.
Extremely grateful, Karitzme

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Sh May 4, 2012 at

Hi Morty,
I’d like to thank you for the natural confidence program. It’s been going great so far and I feel a difference already. I reached the 9th belief but right now I’m a little confused. I just don’t know what’s the difference between I’m inadequate and I’m not competent. (Also ‘I’m not capable’ feels a little like them but I can see the difference) They seem the same to me and if I eliminated one of them and went on to do the other one, it would feel like I’m trying to remove something that is no longer there. I wouldn’t know what to do. What am I missing? English isn’t my first language so there might be be a difference in meaning that I don’t get.

Thank you in advance

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Morty Lefkoe May 9, 2012 at

Hi Sh,

For some people, the different beliefs you name are different ways of saying the same thing, so getting rid of one automatically gets rid of the others. For others, the beliefs are experienced differently, so each belief has to be eliminated separately.

If it feels like getting rid of one belief gets rid of another, then you don’t need to work on the second one.

Love, Morty

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Herman May 3, 2012 at

Morty,
Most of the garbage was dumped on my brother, 12 years my senior.
I have felt that even though, to a great degree, I was spared their anger and rage I assimilated what they dumped on my brother.
Am I thinking correctly?
Many thanks
Hertman

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Morty Lefkoe May 9, 2012 at

Hi Herman,

In most cases we form beliefs based on our own experience, not on how we observe others being treated. It is hard to see how you formed negative self-esteem beliefs based on how your brother was treated.

Love, Morty

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Hans April 27, 2012 at

I just want to say thank you again Morty. Your Lefkoe method has been very liberating for me. I decided to pick up a copy of your book also, to learn more about the process. Thanks!

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Morty Lefkoe May 9, 2012 at

Hi Hans,

You can understand The Lefkoe Method better by reading about it.

If you want to eliminate more beliefs and create some real improvements in your life, such as getting rid of anxiety and stress, check out our program: http://recreateyourlife.com/naturalconfidence.

Love, Morty

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susan April 24, 2012 at

I love the idea of you as my kindly neighbor. That part was so helpful. I can see my young self talking with you and becoming so relieved to find acceptance. I also see myself enjoying your adult attention and wisdom. Thank you

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Pani April 22, 2012 at

Hi Morty,
First let me begin by repeating what everyone else who has gone through this program has said (though I am on belief # 7), your program is really amazing. I get it and it has been very effective so far. I just finished the belief “nothing I do is good enough”. this was a very tough one, but I think that I did it. I feel so much better now. I haven’t checked what all the remaining beliefs are about, but how about the belief: “everything has meaning”. this is something my father says all the time and has always said. do you think that this is something that has to be eliminated as well or is it kind of embedded in the other beliefs?

thanks so much for all that you do!!!
Pani

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Morty Lefkoe April 24, 2012 at

Hi Pani,

I think most people have that (unconscious) belief but it seems to take care of itself in the process of using the Lefkoe Belief process many times and getting that the events that lead to beleifs never have any meaning.

Love,Morty

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Ray April 18, 2012 at

Thank you, Morty! Your work is ground-breaking. My comment is quite long but I hope you’ll get back to me!

I used to have the belief that mistakes and failure are bad but over the course of 2 years, I got rid of it by myself when I failed at some of my endeavors over and over. I was depressed for a long time but eventually I realised that the sky didn’t fall when I made a mistake or failed. Life is too short to take too seriously. Living life with ease and a light heart makes success come to you much easier.

I did watch the videos for eliminating ‘I’m not good enough’ as well as ‘I’m not important’, because for me, somehow they went both hand in hand. I now feel much lighter and looking back, it was rather silly of me to have those beliefs when there could have been many other reasons to explain the events in my life.

Beliefs are only our attempt at expaining various events in our lives. I’m also personally working on replacing detrimental beliefs with useful ones. I’m very interested in natural confidence program. Where can I get it?

I’ve also noticed that now when I tell myself ‘I am important…’, I don’t seem to believe it 100%. There’s still some resistance and I find that I have to rationalize with myself as to why I really am important. Similarly, when I tell myself ‘I am good enough, I deserve the best that I can get’, there is some resistance and I still have to stop and run myself through why I DO think I’m important and try to ‘convince’ myself. How do I get rid of this? I want to be totally confident in my beliefs.

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Morty Lefkoe April 18, 2012 at

Hi Ray,

First of all, you can get the Natural Confidence program at http://recreateyourlife.com/naturalconfidence.

I can’t be sure what is happening to you. If you did the process correctly, the beliefs should be gone. And if they are, then one possible reason you still don’t feel the opposites are true is that you have other similar beleifs that make you feel as if the original beleifs are not gone.

For example, you could get rid of the belief, I’m not good enough, and still hold the beliefs, I’m not okay and nothing I do is good enough. If you held the latter two beliefs, it might still feel as if you believe, I’m not good enough, when in fact that belief is gone.

If you wanted to have a session with a Certified Lefkoe Method Facilitator we could figure out exactly what’s happening and help you. For more information please call us at 415-884-0552.

Love,Morty

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Hans Pennala April 13, 2012 at

Thanks Morty!

After working for years with various techniques and various results I happened across your information. After the free session I noticed significant changes in my feelings immediately. Within 1 day I have observed my behaviors playing out differently which has made significant improvements in my life, and this is only the first belief, and the first twenty four hours. This is amazing work, thank you so much.

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Faik April 2, 2012 at

Morty;

thank you and your team once again. You help me lot and soon definetly i will go for the complete online program to get rid of all limiting beliefs possible. With the help of your methods, love, and care now i forgive the things faster and naturally getting lighter, thanks for that once again..i am sure that Morty methods will help our planet to chance to better..Regards. Faik

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Juliet Petersen March 30, 2012 at

Hey Morty,

I just wanted to say thank you so much for taking the time and energy to put on these videos and teach people about this. I have really seen a difference in my life already and I can’ t wait to see what my future will hold. Thank you!

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Magnus March 29, 2012 at

Hi Morty.

I love the belief buster. The possibility part in the end was lovely.
I would like to add a comment to your videos, since i have been working as an NLP Coach for some time now.
I have also helped a lot of people go through theyr limiting beliefs, and i would offer the advice to you of adding Auditory and Kinesthetic language pattern.

You often say “can you see”, and “see yourself”, but many people have a preferance with sounds or feelings when describing events. Maybe you could add some more of theyr type of language.

Hope this was helpful and thanks for helping people all over, expanding conciousness :)

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Morty Lefkoe March 30, 2012 at

Hi Magnus,

Thanks for the suggestion. We do have something specific for emotionally kinesthetic and maybe we also should have for auditory.

Love, Morty

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Testloa March 26, 2012 at

I read the material on the website and am not sure if your program can help me. Over sometime I have started following certain things which are effecting my personal life
I used to be very carefree with my daughter initially. Sometime back I had bad experiences with her health one after the another. Now I feel myself to be overly concerned for her. Everything small thing make be become nervous. I am a working women. Thankfully I do not take any tension for anything other thing in my life – be it professional issues or financial issues. The only thing I am always worried about is my daughter. I am not able to sleep properly. If I do anything for my personal pleasure like reading a book or watching movie – i have a guilt feeling. I feel if I plan for enjoying activity, I will have bad effect on my daughter’s health. I have totally stopped engaging my self into any activity that would give me pleasure. I have built of this belief – like if I do x thing then it will be bad for my daughter. And the list of the this ‘x’ thing is growing. I find myself always thinking negative and at times when I go against them and try to break the belief something bad happens and the negative belief/feeling becomes more strong. I used to be very carefree and ambitious female and now its only about my daughter.In my professional life and other aspects of personal life I am very confident, I know I can do anything. Issue comes when I start relating these to my daughter. I want be myself, what I was. I want to enjoy my daughter’s childhood. Please guide me through it and let me know if I need to provide my details

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Morty Lefkoe March 26, 2012 at

Hi Testola,

It appears from what you’ve told me that your fear about your daughter is the result of beliefs about parenting and having a child. We probably could help you in private one-to-one phone or Skype sessions.

If you would like further information or would like to make an appointment, please call us at 415-884-0552.

Love,Morty

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Testloa March 26, 2012 at

Thanks for your quick response. I see a ray of hope in this state of depression. Please let me know what time suits you, I would really want to get rid of this problem. I am in India, please let me know the time that suits you and whatever mode of conversation is better

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tanja March 18, 2012 at

Now I don’t believe in anything, I don’t know who or what I am or supposed to be, just blah. Thanks for erasing who I was but now who am I. I don’t even know what I want to do or who I want to be because I don’t care either way. How do I find out what I want to do or who I want to be now.

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Morty Lefkoe March 19, 2012 at

Hi Tanja,

If you want to find out who you really are, try this short video for an answer.

http://d3n3f57qjh51zc.cloudfront.net/who-am-i-really-new.mp3

Love, Morty

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Yosef March 9, 2012 at

Well, I’m more into conditional, behavioral therapy ie making changes in present behavior to effect real, genuine change. However, I enjoyed going through this. One really positive thing that I learned here and that I hope to apply to all aspects of my life is the realization that surrounding events have no meaning, only the meaning that I give them. What a powerful tool for re-framing events. Thank you so much!

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Morty Lefkoe March 18, 2012 at

Hi Yosef,

Glad you found the belief-elimination process useful.

If you eliminate all the beliefs that cause a specific dysfunctional behavior, the behavior will cease. You can get rid of procrastination or fear of public speaking by eliminating 10-15 beliefs.

Love,Morty

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micheline mann March 9, 2012 at

Morty
I think your method can be very effective but I have some challenges in making it work for me. Perhaps you can help.
I applied the 20 min process to the limiting belief that mistakes are bad. I know I have this belief but when I think back on early memories around which I may have formed this belief, I cannot find an instance of disapproval or punishment form my parents. My mom was very kind and tolerant and I remember that. But I feel great internal shame, humiliation etc when I think of asking questions, singing in public (lest I make a mistake), showing emotion of any kind (appearing out of control) initiating anything I won’t be immediately successful at. So that is problem one.
Problem Two is I know I have other limiting beliefs but I don’t know how to make them into simple statements (like: Mistakes are bad) in order to apply your method toward them. How do I get a list of typical limiting beliefs?

much appreciated, Micheline

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Morty Lefkoe March 9, 2012 at

Hi Micheline,

There are common beliefs that most people have, but what you want to do is eliminate the beleifs that cause specific problems in your life, not just a random list of beliefs.

The beliefs in the Natural Confidence program are responsible for the most common problems people have. To see a list of the beleifs in that program, go to http://recreateyourlife.com/naturalconfidence.

Love, Morty

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micheline mann March 10, 2012 at

thank you for your thoughtful reply – extraordinary that you have time for all these replies!

yes, true. I do want to look at limiting beliefs that I hold but I needed a list from which I could determine what beliefs I have. Sometimes it is difficult to distill your beliefs into a basic statement with which one can work. The list you offered is good and fairly thorough.

I will look further into your methods.

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John March 9, 2012 at

Hi Morty,
I’m currently working through the Speaking Without Fear program through sessions with Shelly on the phone, and it’s going pretty well, but I have a few questions/concerns. How many beliefs must be eliminated before I no longer have fear? The first belief we did was “I’m not good enough,” and I just worked through it again with your video. In the second session we did another 5 or 6 beliefs, and I’m not sure the effect really took hold, because even now, days later, I’m still terrified of public speaking. Going through classes today, there was no way I was going to speak up in class! I’m still really scared, and it’s painful. I read somewhere on one of your websites, or perhaps your blog, that I have to de-condition the stimuli that lead to the emotional response also, which we haven’t worked on yet. I really want this process to work, but the whole time, even going through the beliefs, there’s the feeling that I’m going to have to speak publicly in the near future (which I am, in a little over a month). So when I eliminate a belief, it feels different to say it out loud, but I still FEEL fear. Maybe I just haven’t eliminated enough beliefs. I think perhaps the belief that “change is hard and takes a long time” should be addressed, because I certainly feel that. Anyway, I really appreciate the program, and I’m determined to keep working at it until I finally am free of my fear.

Thanks a lot,
John

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Morty Lefkoe March 9, 2012 at

Hi John,

As you surmised, the fear won’t go away until you have eliminated all of the beleifs and conditionings that cause the fear.

It won’t be long.

Love,Morty

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John March 9, 2012 at

Thanks Morty! I think I am going to purchase the Natural Confidence DVD as well, because I think that going over these concepts again and again helps to strengthen them for me – that’s just how I learn, and with the DVD I can use it as many times as I want. Would you recommend that course of action?

Thanks again,
John

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Morty Lefkoe March 9, 2012 at

Hi John,

The Natural Confidence program will enable you to eliminate the 19 most common beleifs that cause several of the most common problems people have.

The point here is not learning the process, which you can do with the Lefkoe Method Training, but to eliminate the beleifs that are causing you a problem. The NC program is the best and fastest way to do that.

Love, Morty

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Sylvia March 6, 2012 at

Hi Morty,
I agree with a lot of the people here that this program is very good. I have just finished the natural confidence program and I have noticed very positive changes in my behaviour and attitude towards life. But there is one thing that I am concerned about. When I was doing the program I started to feel more and more anxious the further along I got and now that I have just finished the program I am sitting here writing this message and I feel awful. I feel very anxious about everything in my life. Is this a normal reaction? I did everything in the program and I know I have eliminated the beliefs because I can feel it. So what is going on with me? Was I expecting to much? or am I just overwhelmed now that I have finished the program? Should I do the entire program again? Not sure what to think of this.
Best wishes
Sylvia

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Morty Lefkoe March 6, 2012 at

Hi Sylvia,

Sorry you seem to be having difficulties. I’m not sure what’s happening. I’ve never heard of someone getting anxious after finishing the Natural Confidence program.

What thoughts are you having? What thoughts are accompanying the anxiety? I don’t think it is merely overwhelm.

What meaning are you giving your feelings?

That will give me a clue as to what’s going on.

Let me know.

Love, Morty

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Sylvia April 10, 2012 at

Hæ Morty,
I just saw your reply, thanks.
It has been a month now that I finished the NC course so I can´t remember exactly what I was thinking, I just remember the feeling I had. I read something you wrote about people who feel their beliefs and have a hard time seeing the beliefs and I think I am one of those people. I realize now that in every belief that I tried to eliminate I had a very difficult time when you or Shelly talked about the fact that “meaningless situations can´t make you feel anything”. I understand it but the feeling never went away. I can always “feel” it, even now I can feel “I´m not good enough” when thinking of a situation. I truly believe in this program as I can feel and see change, although some beliefs have come back (or never eliminated). What I most wanted to change was the way I talk down to my self when I have a difficult task in front of me, which has not changed at all. Not sure what to do. Maybe I should do the program again and focus more on “not feeling” than “trying to see something”. I thought I was a visual person but by the looks of things, I’m not.

Best wishes
Sylvia

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Morty Lefkoe April 10, 2012 at

Hi Sylvia,

Please call me and let me see if I can help. 415-884-0552.

Love, Morty

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Sylvia April 10, 2012 at

Thanks Morty, but unfortunately I can not afford to call you at this time. The currency in my country is very low against the U.S dollar so the price would be three times what I would pay for a session with a trained professional here. I´m just going to do the course again and “see” what happens. :)
Best wishes.
Sylvia

Sylvia April 24, 2012 at

Hey Morty,
I did what you told me and it worked.
You told me that I should skip the part where you talk about “seeing” the belief and only do the “feeling” part and it worked. I cried after I finished the “I´m not good enough” because finally I feel that the belief is gone. What a relief.
I see now that I have to skip the seeing part as it interrupted my processing of the program as I was trying to force myself to see something I didn´t really see.
Thank you very much.
Best wishes
Sylvia

Joseph Bernard February 29, 2012 at

Thanks Morty, I love the method and I felt very positive about the results. This is a cognitive approach that is simple and clear. Do you teach the technique?

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Morty Lefkoe March 1, 2012 at

Hi Joseph,

Yes,there is a course starting today, in fact.

If you are interested, check it out at http://lefkoeuniversity.com.

Love,Morty

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Alasdair Anderson February 29, 2012 at

Hi Morty,
I want to accept all that you say but the following keeps coming to mind.
My survival can depend on the approval of the next up on the pecking order beginning with my parents( or perhaps step parents) to bosses, all the way up to medieval Kings who had the power to chop off my head. So their opinion of whether I am good enough could count for more than my opinion of whether I am good enough – my very well being or life could depend on my fear and response to their opinion.
Perhaps the answer is that if I hold the energy of being good enough then the universe will respond in kind.
Cheers, Alasdair.

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Morty Lefkoe March 5, 2012 at

Hi ALasdair,

It might well be that your survival can depend on what someone thinks of you (maybe once in a lifetime in the 21st century USA), but what has that to do with whether or not it is The Truth about you?

Nothing your parents did or didn’t do when you are a child means that you are not good enough.

Love,Morty

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Rabiya February 29, 2012 at

Dear Morty,
I can easily say that you have helped me eliminate one of my limiting beliefs. I am very grateful to you for that especially since I never believed I could rid myself of it. Thankyou SO much. I hope your program can help many other people the way it has helped me. Thankyou! :)

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kathleen February 21, 2012 at

Hi Marty,

Thank you for making your video available. I find your process very interesting and helpful for those events to which we attribute meaning by which we develop limiting beliefs. I find it most helpful for things more recent than childhood.

How do you deal with an auditory learner who was told directly and explicitly throughout childhood that she was “not good enough, not smart enough and not worthy of being heard or seen”? This was based in an atmosphere of extreme abuse.

Do you find this process effective when the experience and messages were very explicit, using these very words?

Thank you!

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Anne-Marie Mulligan February 27, 2012 at

I do not believe your ‘free’ course will help me sadly, it may work for others but I am writing a film script to deal with my issues. Good feedback so far, was interested to hear what you were telling people. Do not flood my email with nonsense for I will report and block you. I was dangled out a 13 floor high rise at the age of 4 by a drunk father while my mother watched coldly on…Do you HAVE a video to deal with that sort of trauma…doubtful. Nice idea but too vague in your belief elimination. I will Create MY OWN reality with help of my Inner Guidance thank you. Good luck on your journeys people…Look Inside Your Self. Namaste <3

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Nan February 20, 2012 at

You assume that one’s parents were the cause of beliefs, but what if it came from siblings ore extended family. OR what if the beliefs are from a kind of emotional neglect? And I wonder if it is true that the scenarios from childhood truly had no meaning? Or was it that the meaning really was more about them than it was about us?

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Jennifer February 20, 2012 at

just did WAIR for the first time. What a remarkable process – life changing . thank you, thank you, and blessings. J

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jaya February 17, 2012 at

Dear Morty,
I did listen to the talk on getting rid of an unhelpful belief. I found it helpful. It is very sound, reasonable and empowering. When I have time I want to listen again, and / or read some more stuff.
Thank you for this service, Jaya

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Morty Lefkoe February 17, 2012 at

Hi Jaya,

Thanks for the post.

Don’t worry about listening again; eliminate a couple of more beliefs and notice the change in your life.

Then let me know about it.

Love, Morty

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Lynn February 17, 2012 at

Thank you so much for sharing your work. I can’t believe how fast I was able to get rid of my belief that mistakes are bad. It almost seems funny now. Of course they are not bad, they are part of life, it is how we learn… lol. Awesome work. And again thank you so much for sharing. I look forward to hearing your wife speak on Shifra Hendri’s Quantum Healing and Soul program later on this month about how to parent so we do not add these same limiting beliefs to our children lives. I heard your call last night and had to try to see if it would work. I am still amazed at how fast and easy it was. Thank you and keep up the great work!!!
All the best to you both
Lynn

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Morty Lefkoe February 17, 2012 at

Lynn,

Thanks for sharing your excitement about getting rid of a belief. If you think that’s exciting, wait until you experience a total transformation when you eliminate the 19 beliefs on the Natural Confidence program.

Let me know what you think.

Love, Morty

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bailey February 17, 2012 at

Outstanding! Thank you for such an awesome gift! I have advanced education and training in psychology including cognitive and hypnosis and yet I found your method to be incredibly useful, widely applicable, and quick and easy. Can’t ask for more than that! Offering this opportunity as you have is a huge gift that no doubt is bringing rich blessings to many, yourself included. Thank you again for making such a difference!

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Morty Lefkoe February 17, 2012 at

Hi Bailey,

Glad to hear that you found our work so incredibly useful. And that was just one belief. Wait until you complete the 19 beliefs in the Natural Confidence program and you experience a total transformation in your life.

Let me know what you think.

Love,Morty

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Craig February 12, 2012 at

Great stuff, would it work for a lack of true courage and strength, the stuff you need to push forward in life and really be yourself, and help obtain the things you know deep down that you really want ?

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Morty Lefkoe February 12, 2012 at

Hi Craig,

Yes, it does work for a lack of courage and strength. In fact, we have a digital product called Natural Confidence that is designed specifically for that. It consists of a program to help you eliminate 19 of the most common beleifs that undercut confidence.

Check it out at http://recreateyourlife.com/naturalconfidence.

Let me know what you think after you try it.

Love,Morty

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Stephan February 12, 2012 at

Hi Morty,

I want to thank you with your life changing program.
I feel so much more confident!
Normally i was to scared to play guitar when other people could hear or see me playing, i would just lock up and feel ashamed.
Now i just do it ! and really enjoy playing, i now love it when people are listening.
This is just one example of the many big changes in my life for witch i`m very gratefull for.
Thanks for helping me being able to express myself!

Regards Stephan

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Morty Lefkoe February 12, 2012 at

Hi Stephen,

Thanks for sharing your expeirnece with our free priogram.

And if you think you got value from eliminating a couple of beleifs, wait until you see how much your life changes when you eliminate more beliefs.

Check out our Natural Confidence program at http://recreateyourlife.com/naturalconfidence.

Love,Morty

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Pippa February 7, 2012 at

Hi Morty,

I noticed change after doing the process. Do you have an affiliate program. I am living in Brazil, but I have an address in Canada that I use. Is it possible?

Thanks!

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Morty Lefkoe February 7, 2012 at

Hi Pippa,

Yes we have an affiliate program. You can sign up at http://recreateyourlife.com/partnersignup.

Happy to have you aboard.

Love, Morty

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Graham February 6, 2012 at

Interesting methods but I had a huge resistance to what you were saying in the “your not good enough section”.
My father died when I was 8 months old. My Mother sigle handidly brought up my brother and I. I cant ever remember her saying anything like you have described. My belief came from within, I wasn’t good enough because didn’t have a father. It was other significant people in my life like teachers (I was born in 1958 by the way so im 53 today ) aunts and uncles and believe it or not, other kidsYou haven’t got a dad so you are a shit. You haven’t got a dad so you will be rubbish at sport and even once I remeber some kid saying you haven’t got a dad because he died because he didn’t love you. Utter crap now but the event did imprint I am not good enough.You keep saying it was your parents actually made it impossible for me to buy what you were saying. And yes your research shows that for 13000 people or 130000 or 13oooooo people it was thier parents who were responsible. for many people it was other SIGNIFICANT people in their lives. How about a kid brought up in an orphaage MORTY? My wife recently separated from me after 30 years. Was that because I wasnt good enough? Is that why I am broken hearted? I wasn’t a good enough husband?

You need to rethink your methods to make them universally applicable. Also your website streams have glitches in them. People have told you this before and you haven’t fixed them. Why not?

I think on a one to one your methods could be really good and have a high success rate. Don’t get defensive either. Send me an email I think I could help you sort this all out. Maybe this is fair comment and your current content “isn’t good enough”?

best wishes

Graham

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Morty Lefkoe February 6, 2012 at

Hi Graham,

Perhaps the source of your belief is not your mom. With 999 people out of 100 it is parents, so we created a program that works for almost everyone.

For blog posts that explain why parents are almost always the source of our beliefs, see http://www.mortylefkoe.com/092209/# and http://www.mortylefkoe.com/wonderful-parents/#

I’m not sure what glitches you refer to. Over 100 people a day watch that program and we haven’t had a comment in ages. Please tell me what wasn’t working for you and we’ll investigate and get it fixed.

I’m not sure what you want to help me get straightened out but thanks for the offer.

Love, Morty

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Brenda February 5, 2012 at

I just did the Mistakes and Failures are bad on the online video. I listened to the 4 min video, said the words out loud and then typed in and repeated out loud per directives. Is that all? I was wondering if there is anything else done to eliminate the belief? No other directives are given, and it still feels open, like I’m missing something. Nothing came up to say that completes the exercise… Thanks.

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Morty Lefkoe February 5, 2012 at

Hi Brenda,

You only watched the first part of the process. You need to click the “continue” button. The total process is almost 30 minutes and when you’re done the belief will be eliminated.

Try again and let me know what happens.

Love,Morty

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Penny Wilmot February 3, 2012 at

Hi Morty

I have just listened to you on Jeneth’s New Wealth Experience replay. I think it is wonderful the work that you are doing with children. What an amazing world we can live in when we no longer have or do not even take on these limiting beliefs.

I went to your website to try your free eliminating beliefs programmes, I chose ‘I am not important’ I found it to be such an insightful experience and so freeing that I will now go on to do the others. I love the way you have included the opportunity to repeat those last steps as I realised that I had not spent enough time replaying the scenes. My second attempt really worked and I felt totally different when I said the words, there was no charge and my face didn’t screw up as I had noticed it did at the beginning.

Thank you so much for sharing some of what you do for free, I love that idea. I really believe our work is to empower people to create their own lives, and this is exctly what you are doing so well. This was a wonderful experience which found me laughing by the time I finished the process.

I loved the transformational Recreate Your Life it was such a feel good and inspiring experience, I have bookmarked the page. I am going to send this link to my friends.

With love and blessings and gratitude

Penny

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robby January 27, 2012 at

Hi Morty,

I have recently returned to the computer audio program I purchased from you about 1 year ago. I “believe” I was/am resisting something about it.
I am an est grad so a lot of what you are talking about sounds familiar to me (jargon) like “making distinctions” – “making a difference’ – “getting over it” etc.

I am having trouble continuing with the program – because (to me) you say “events have no meaning “ – but then you also say that each event could have “different interpretations”.

One question I have is: What exactly is the difference between an interpretation and just another meaning? E.G.: If you have the belief “I’m not good enough” and then you (Morty or someone else) suggests that – (I guess as an “answer” to the problem of the negative belief, i.e.: getting rid of it) – “Your parents might have told you, you weren’t “good enough” but they were wrong”. Isn’t’ that too just another belief/interpretation/meaning? If yes then why “believe” that interpretation either– it’s not provable – therefore is it also not “the truth”, or even “a truth”? It’s just another (meaningless?) interpretation.

Maybe you are good enough – maybe you aren’t good enough – who determines whether anyone is good enough? Isn’t that rather subjective? Was Hitler “bad” and Mother Teresa “good”? Wouldn’t it be ultimately more accurate to say no one knows what “good enough” or “not good enough” even is?

I know you draw a conclusion that is similar to that – but it seems to me as if you are trying to keep the “positive interpretation(s)” intact .Isn’t the positive belief as much a crock/untruth-impossible to prove- and therefore as ultimately potentially limiting as the negative belief?

If being good enough is subjective- why keep any interpretation of it?

Ultimately you are either good enough or you aren’t! No? Most likely no one is “good enough” and no one is “not good enough” either.

You say these interpretations are only one truth but not the truth. Maybe there is neither “a truth”, “the truth” “two truth’s” or any “truths “at all (?).Would we (possibly) all be better off being neutral/completely objective about everything?

Wouldn’t that be a way more accurate and clearer way to experience life?

Why be happy or sad or angry about anything? Why cry at a funeral – even if it’s your mother or significant other dead -it’s just a meaning you’re giving to a dead body in front of your eyes – no? Why be happy if you win the lottery – you’re just going to have money in front of your eyes and – even if it frees you up to see the world or stay home and watch TV for the rest of your life – it doesn’t mean anything right? Therefore – using that “logic”: the lottery can’t make you happy and a dead loved one can’t make you sad (?). I guess I would draw the ultimate conclusion that to be happy – or even to strive for that – is as absurd in relation to objective reality as to be sad, or to feel anything emotionally for that matter (?).

I’m a performer and I have felt “fear” with stage fright – I also have felt “happy” when an audience claps at my performance – should I go up on stage neutral- deliver a neutral performance -and leave the stage not caring whether anyone enjoyed the performance? In a weird way it sounds very liberating. I shouldn’t even care if they pay me, or if a bus hits me going across the street to my car after the performance (?).

If someone believes “I can’t find a job” or if someone believes “I can find a job” maybe the one who believes he can, will be more motivated to go look for a job – but that doesn’t make the job there for them or not-no? Why need to believe anything – go out the door, resume in hand, and toss the dice, and feel nothing either way?

NLP and the Sedona Method (other Human Potential programs- I’ve taken) seem to suggest similar things – NLP tries to get you to get distance from neg. memories in your mind, and bring you closer to your positive experiences (in your mind’s eye). Sedona says to let “go of your feelings”. Why not eliminate all beliefs, good bad, and otherwise; especially if they (all beliefs and their subsequent feelings) tell you absolutely nothing about reality – right? And then become more neutral than even the Buddha could ever have been.

It seems (to me) that positive beliefs are just as delusional and absurd with regards to the accuracy of “reality” as negative beliefs?

I feel or think or believe (???) that the alternate interpretations from each lesson shouldn’t be trusted or are potentially as inaccurate as any neg. beliefs I already have and therefore should also be neutralized?

Your thoughts please…

Robby

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Morty Lefkoe January 29, 2012 at

Hi Robby,

Thanks for the questions. Let me clarify.

Meaning, interpretation, a different point of view, etc. are the same.

Events have no inherent meaning, in other words, any event can be given many different meanings, but it doesn’t have a meaning until we arbitrarily give it a meaning In other words, you can’t draw any conclusions from any event. You don’t know anything for certain from any event other than it happened.

Yes, the “positive” interpretation is as much “a truth” as the “negative” one. None of them are “the truth.” The only point of that step of the process is to realize that you what you thought was the truth is only one interpretation and there are many others just as good.

You say: “It seems (to me) that positive beliefs are just as delusional and absurd with regards to the accuracy of “reality” as negative beliefs?” I agree. I don’t know where you got the idea that I wouldn’t.

Because events have no inherent meaning, you can make up a meaning and live life as a game, pretending something is more important than something else.

For more details see my weekly blog posts at http://mortylefkoe.com.

Love, Morty

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Dex January 26, 2012 at

Hi Morty,

Thanks for creating this work. I especially enjoyed the experience of distinguishing myself as the creator of my life, the observer of the event and not the beliefs about what the event means.

Totally freeing!

Wishing you all the blessings life has to offer,
Dex

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Raj January 25, 2012 at

This did not do anything for me, I understand what your trying to say but I don’t think a belief you had for so long can just go away with one session. also, It takes a while for your subconscious mind to process a new belief.

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Morty Lefkoe January 25, 2012 at

Hi Raj,

Thanks for taking the time to write.

I notice that your comment indicates a belief that it is impossible to eliminate a belief in minutes because it takes the subconscious time to process.

In fact, we have now worked with well over 13,000 people one-to-one and almost all of them reported that a belief was eliminated in minutes. When we talked weeks and even months later, the belief still was gone.

Independent research confirms our findings.

Perhaps the process did not work for you, but beliefs can and do get eliminated in a matter of minutes.

Thanks, love, Morty

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Lis January 17, 2012 at

Hi Morty,
I recently completed the natural confidence program and I just want to tell you that the results so far have been amazing. I have suffered from anxiety my whole life and became quite depressed when I was a teenager and into my 20s. My only refuge from this depression as I got older, even though it seemed to be a struggle, was accomplishing my goals but even afterwards because of my perfectionism I still wasn’t happy and couldn’t appreciate them or the praise that I received from people. I was constantly told to give myself more credit. After, and even during, the program most things have changed. I can get up in the morning when the alarm goes off, I can get out the door on time and time has seemed to slow down, messes seem to clean themselves up and things that once seemed tedious get done effortlessly. I am on track to pay off my debt. I believe in eating a healthy diet but when I decide to eat something that I know is junk I don’t get upset with myself anymore. I feel like the weight of the world has become so much lighter, that the fog has lifted, I notice so many things I never had time to pay attention to before and I have more then enough energy to get me through the day- even when I am tired physically. I don’t feel angry and stressed because of the actions of others as often now because I recognize that I am choosing to feel the way that I do. The biggest improvement of all has been with social anxiety, I admit that I still feel a little awkward or nervous before speaking to someone don’t know but once the conversation begins there’s times when I feel like I have known the person I am talking to my entire life. I no longer need to put effort into making eye contact and not making nervous gestures because it comes naturally now and it’s enjoyable. I have been in therapy and on drugs for depression, I have done yoga and meditation but these only ever seemed to treat symptoms and required so much time and effort, which is incredibly draining when you already feel exhausted. There are still some beliefs and conditions that cause me anxiety that I know i still have, but I am now fully aware of them and how I feel because of them and I feel in control of my life. As I am writing this I realize that the list of things can go on and on. Thank you for creating this program, it is amazing.

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Morty Lefkoe January 17, 2012 at

Hi LIs,

I’m thrilled that our work has made such a profound difference in your life. That’s why we go to work every day.

If you find additional beliefs you want to get rid of, either call us for a session at 415-884-0552 or learn how to eliminate beliefs using the Lefkoe Belief Process at http://lefkoeuniversity.com.

Keep up the good work.

Love,Morty

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Jardley January 15, 2012 at

Hey Morty, hopefully you get this. I’m on the Mistakes and Failure are Bad belief and I’m struggling to get with it and skeptical. I can’t get behind the steps because the focus seems to be solely on “parents” I do believe & understand that much of our beliefs are molded by them and society at large but I just feel like putting it on parents is so black and white. There are many people that influence that belief and personally I can think of two figures that strongly shaped this belief in myself and that’s my mother and my childhood best friend’s mother. Because I can think of these two and memories attached to them, I don’t think it’s as easy to just state a memory from a parent is the source of why I feel the way I feel now especially because as you say sometimes events in your life add up to form this belief.

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Morty Lefkoe January 15, 2012 at

Hi Jardley,

After working with over 13,000 people directly, we are now convinced that virtually all our self-esteem type beliefs, such as I’m not good enough, I’m not important, and I’m powerless, stem from interactions with parents before the age of 6.

I’ve written a couple of blog posts that provide my reasons for this conclusion. See http://www.mortylefkoe.com/092209/# and http://www.mortylefkoe.com/wonderful-parents/#

Love, Morty

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Sheila January 15, 2012 at

This was a waste of time.

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Morty Lefkoe January 15, 2012 at

Hi Sheila,

I’m sorry you did not experience value from the belief-elimination process.

It appears to work on over 90% of the people who try it. In any case, thanks for trying.

Love, Morty

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Mark January 14, 2012 at

If i dont replace a limiting belief with a new empowering belief after the limiting belief is elminated, wont it come back? and if so how do i install the new belief?

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Morty Lefkoe January 14, 2012 at

Hi Mark,

You don’t need to install a new belief to keep the old belief from coming back.

In fact, I’m not sure how to install beleifs so that you really believe them. And thousands of people, including me, have eliminate beliefs without them coming back.

Love, Morty

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Suzanna January 13, 2012 at

Really good so far, Thanks Morty. Although I have only done the first 4 beliefs in the program, (the streaming stopped for some reason) I am looking forward to getting the CD. Strangely enough I did not seem to possess the ‘I’m not important’ belief, yet I seem to be finding/noticing that I have all of these other beliefs that are untrue, yet I believe them, such as, Nobody likes me, People are mean, I’m always alone, I’m safer alone, People can’t be trusted, No one understands me etc.. etc.. etc.. And while I seem to have eliminated, I’m not good enough, and Mistakes are Bad, they actually seem to have reinforced some of the other beliefs. That kind of sucks. Logically they are untrue, regardless they are there. Those definitely need to go. But they are not on your list. So after I finish this… then what do I do.? I really would prefer not to spend the rest of of my life thinking, “Hey, I’m doing OK! But every one else are a bunch of ( self censored expletives)”!

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Morty Lefkoe January 14, 2012 at

Hi Suzanna,

After you complete the Natural Confidence program, there are two ways to identify and get rid of any additional ones you have that are causing a problem.

Either call us and have phone or Skype sessions and we can help you do it. For information about these sessions please call us at 415-884-0552.

Or you can take a course we offer that trains you to be able to eliminate beliefs on your own. For more information please go to http://lefkoeuniversity.com.

Love, Morty

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Lis January 18, 2012 at

I finished the program and what I noticed was when I got rid of negative beliefs about myself, I stopped believing them about other people. For example if someone did something and I didn’t understand why they did it I would think “they are stupid” Once I got rid of that belief about myself I stopped believing it about other people.

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Paul January 11, 2012 at

I couldn’t use your website on my iPhone???

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Morty Lefkoe January 11, 2012 at

Hi Paul,

Sorry but our websites use Flash and iDevices don’t use Flash.

We intend to change all our websites very soon.

Thanks for your interest. Try eliminating a belief on your computer.

Love,Morty

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lp January 10, 2012 at

I did listened to the Who am I really and I love all the info I am gaining but I am stuck still with this one thing….I am the creator of my life…Yes I believe this to be true…but I am stuck with all this potential and options and I have no idea what to create. What do I do with myself? Is there any guidance around finding purpose or what ones passion to create/live is? I can just sit here and be but I feel empty and lack direction, focus and purpose. I want to create something but I don’t know what. Thanks for any advise on this. :)

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Morty Lefkoe January 11, 2012 at

Hi lp,

Try Janet Attwood’s book, The Passion Test. It is great for discovering your passion in life.

Let me know what you think after reading it.

Love, Morty

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vdcfvdf January 3, 2012 at

Sorry I just don’t think any of this makes sense. I guess if you can’t see mistakes and failures are bad then you can’t see happiness either. If you fail a test then why is that not bad. You didn’t study so you fail and why is that not bad. The meaning of mistake is an accident so that can’t be your fault so why feel bad about that anyways. You have to give meaning to events or you wouldn’t remember any events and therefor you couldn’t improve. That is just ridiculous.
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Mark January 14, 2012 at

wow you are hopeless! your are the type of person that needs this the most!

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vdcfvdf January 3, 2012 at

It is actually Mistakes and Failures are bad with an “s”. It is hard to listen to that video hearing that mistake. So I guess this time a mistake can be bad.

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carmel January 2, 2012 at

I’ve finished the program and done all the beliefs except I’m stupid, I never felt that and don’t remember anyone ever saying that to me. I don’t ever think I’m stupid. I just finished the last one today so it remains to be seen the changes in my life. I do see very clearly that I create my life. I do feel lighter now somehow and better about myself. My issue was being assertive and speaking up for myself and also being too concerned with what others thought. I really hope that one is gone. Morty, you say you have eliminated 100′s of beliefs, how do we find out about all the other ones we might have that are not on the program? Also, I was wondering what age would be good for my kids to see this as I am sure they have some of my baggage also.
Thank you!

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Morty Lefkoe January 7, 2012 at

Hi Carmel,

You can start children on the program at whatever age they can understand it.

When we work with children directly we can modify the language a bit. But if you are using a program already created for adults, a child needs to be able to follow each of the steps. You could certainly try at 12-13.

There is no reason to get rid of beliefs except when they have a negative effect on your life. So the way to find additional limiting beleifs is to look for the beliefs that are causing specific problems in your life as you identify the problems.

Love, Morty

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Rose Mead December 20, 2011 at

Thank you for this program. It was fantastic. I went through every belief even when I didn’t have one. Thank you for your work.

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heidi December 10, 2011 at

Hi Morty,
I did the I´m not important process and it worked out really well. I felt this belief completely shifted. And then I did the I´m not good enough one and I could get a shift in relation to my past. But my present is so difficult now that I feel that I´m not good enough now, I am unable to support my children financially and I don´t seem to find the right thing to do. So when you ask if I no longer have the belief, I feel I no longer have the one that stems from my childhood, but what about my present experience? How do I go about it?
Thank you so much.

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Morty Lefkoe December 11, 2011 at

Hi Heidi,

Just as I’m not good enough is just one possible interpretation of your childhood experiences and is not the truth, so too it is just one interpretation of your current circumstances and not the truth.

Events have no inherent meaning–what your parents did as a child has no inherent meaning and what you have done as an adult has no inherent meaning.

If you eliminate more beliefs it will become more real to you that events have no inherent meaning.

Love, Morty

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Lea December 9, 2011 at

What if I can not remember any events in the age before 11?? I just blank? Because something happened with 11 and therefore all before is gone?

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Morty Lefkoe December 9, 2011 at

Hi Lea,

The best way when you don’t have memories before 6 is to remember your parents at whatever age you can. Or how you remember they treated a younger sibling.

Once you have a sense of how your parents dealt with different types of situations, then imagine what children do at 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. Given what you know of your parents, would would they have reacted to what children do at different ages?

I remember nothing before 6 and little before 10, and this is how I’ve eliminated hundreds of beliefs.

Let me know how this works.

Love, Morty

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Pinck Steiner December 6, 2011 at

When I tried to take advantage of your free offer, the window that it opened would not load. I noticed that the original page was http://recreateyourlife.com/free/index-pavlina.php which had not “www”. The link sent me to http://www.recreateyourlife.com/free/good-enough.php which has the “www”. This page would not load. When I removed the “www” from the URL window, I was able to access your video at http://recreateyourlife.com/free/good-enough.php.

You may need to modify the link on your website as others may be missing out on your helpful video. The hosting for your website should handle this automatically, but it does not at least from my location.

Thank you so much for providing your free trial.

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JH December 5, 2011 at

I have been recommending this program to my family and friends and they dont respond like they understand what I am saying when I talk about beliefs. They seem completely clueless. I know this program will revolutionalize my life and could for others too. I just cannot understand why everyone I speak to about it looks at me like I am speaking another language. I want to continue to let people know about the program but just don’t know how to explain it to them.

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Morty Lefkoe December 8, 2011 at

Hi JH,

People are more interested in how the process will benefit them than in how it works. So I suggest that you talk about the problems in your life before and how the program has changed your life. Describe, with specifics, how your life is different today as a result of the program.

Thanks for telling people about our work.

Love, Morty

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Rotem December 5, 2011 at

This is a unique and fascinating resource and I’m going to share it with my readers.

FYI – the “contact us” link on this page doesn’t work: http://www.recreateyourlife.com/free/help.php

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Morty Lefkoe December 5, 2011 at

Hi Rotem,

Glad you found this material useful.

And thanks for the heads up about the broken link. We’ll get it fixed right away.

If you have any questions as you eliminate more beliefs and read more of my posts (http://mortylefkoe.com), please let me know.

Love, Morty

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K. Walter December 3, 2011 at

While I agree with the majority of what he’s saying, the take home message just doesn’t seem to click with me. I agree, yes, that we are the creators of our beliefs. But I don’t agree that the self is totally seperable from our beliefs. Long story short: This didn’t work for me, but I could understand if it helped others feel better.

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Morty Lefkoe December 5, 2011 at

Hi,

There really is no “take home” message. If you complete the process, something you’ve believed for a lifetime will have been eliminated. The process eliminates limiting beliefs. There is nothing to learn or remember or use.

Thanks for taking the time to post.

Love, Morty

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1000zahia November 30, 2011 at

I’m not a native speaker of English. I’m from an asian country. I’ve been learning English since the summer of 2003. I go to a college in the USA. However, I still can’t communicate well in English. My spoken English is so bad. Now, I almost believe that there is no way to speak English like native speakers do. I watched your “I’m not good enough” video, and it seems that my current ability to speak English has nothing to do with my parents or siblings. I was always a good boy, and I did well in school. I was a neat boy who cleaned after myself. I don’t really remember my parents blaming for anything. So how do I believe that I can speak English like a native? What would you suggest?

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Morty Lefkoe December 2, 2011 at

Hi,

The program that helps you eliminate I’m not good enough is for that belief only. It will not work for other beliefs, like I can’t speak English like a native.

The source of that belief is obviously very different, as are the alternative interpretations.

We have private phone sessions with clients all over the world helping them eliminate a wide variety of beliefs. Call us for more information: 415-884-0552

Love,Morty

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JH November 28, 2011 at

I am doing the natural confidence program and it seems wondeful. I keep running into an issue and wondered if other people had the same problem. Anytime I try to come up with alternative interpretations..like “My parents could have been wrong” my mind fights me and says “no your parents were the authority, they were right you were wrong” This keeps me from seeing the possibilities of the alternative interpretations with out this belief nagging at me and shutting me down. Is that something that will interfere with my success. Should the beliefs around them being the authority been put into the natural confidence program? Seems like eliminating this belief would take a lot of power away from the way we interpreted our parents.

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Morty Lefkoe December 5, 2011 at

Hi JH,

Sorry you are having a problem using the free belief-elimination process.

I guess we could have added another belief, but most people are able to find other alternative interpretations for their beliefs.

Keep at it and let me know how you do.

Love, Morty

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Wayne November 25, 2011 at

Hi Morty!
I suffer with pains and aches in my body it really effects all aspects of my life. The doctors say its in my mind. Do you think it may be due to a belief I have picked up that may have caused this condition? I have had these pains for over 30 years. I am fit and otherwise healthy.
Regards
Wayne

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Morty Lefkoe November 26, 2011 at

Hi Wayne,

I can’t be sure. There is a significant mental component to physical pain, but I’m not sure if all the pain would disappear if you eliminated a bunch of beleifs.

Love, Morty

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GT November 24, 2011 at

Hi, I just wanted to say that this is an excellent program. Although it’s true most beliefs were created when little children, I also believe that some of them were also reinforced or created by friends, school, other people, etc. For example when I was in grade school I formed a lot of negative beliefs because as a kid we want to belong to our social group and if that doesn’t happen, then we start creating negative beliefs, so instead of making it so repatative about just forming beliefs from parents, you can include scenarios that happened from one’s social circle. Just saying…..

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Morty Lefkoe November 26, 2011 at

Hi GT,

After helping over 13,000 people eliminate beleifs, we have found that interactions with parent are the source of almost all self-esteem type beliefs. Later events could have caused the beliefs if they hadn’t already been formed earlier in life.

Take a look at my blog post in whihc I discuss this topic in more detail. http://www.mortylefkoe.com/wonderful-parents/#

L0ove, Morty

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JH November 21, 2011 at

Wow just did the video mistakes and failures are bad. I used to really stress out over that belief…now I feel nothing. It seems like mistakes and failure is not a big deal now, like its just not an issue anymore and I wont be worried about making a mistake or failing ever again. Like my mind is just uninterested in giving much thought to making a mistake and freaking out like I used to. The fear has been deflated. I always wondered what it would feel like to eliminate a belief and this is the best way I can describe what it is like with out it now. Pretty amazing program.

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Morty Lefkoe November 21, 2011 at

Hi JH,

Thanks for trying our program. I’m glad you had the opportunity to experience eliminating a belief.

And if you think getting rid of one is exciting, try eliminating the 19 that are responsible for most of the everyday problems we have, such as worrying about what people think of us, procrastination, lack of confidence, etc.

Check it out at http://recreateyourlife.com/naturalconfidence.

Love, Morty

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susana November 16, 2011 at

For years and years,all of my life,my mother continued to repeat to me that I was born under a bad star.She used to say “poor….. you are born under an ugly star!I heard this hundreds of times and still now that she has passed away,I still sometimes hear her voice saying it.I know that it is not rational,but I sometimes find myself thinking that she was right.Is there anything that I can do to” put to peace”this belief? Thank you….. Regards

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Morty Lefkoe November 16, 2011 at

Hi Susana,

Thanks for your interest in our work.

You either can eliminate the belief on your own if you know how to do that, or you can call us for a single phone or Skype session during which we will help you eliminate that belief and a couple of others that might be a problem for you. 415-884-0552.

Love, Morty

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Dave November 1, 2012 at

My god, that is horrible and I don’t even know you and I know that isn’t true at all. It was just a stupid thing she said.

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susana November 16, 2011 at

For years and years,all of my life,my mother continued to repeat to me that I was born under a bad star.She used to say “poor….. you are born under an ugly star!I heard this hundreds of times and still now that she has passed away,I still sometimes hear her voice saying it.I know that it is not rational,but I sometimes find myself thinking that she was right.Is there anything that I can do to” put to peace”this belief?Thank you…..Regards

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James F November 15, 2011 at

Hello, Thank you for all of your information. Is there anyway to view the belief eliminating on an iphone?

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Morty Lefkoe November 16, 2011 at

Hi James,

At the moment the program uses Flash, whihc is not accepted on an iPhone. We are in the process of switching all our programs over to another system that doesn’t require Flash.

It should be complete in a few weeks.

Thanks for your interest in our work.

Love, Morty

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orrie November 14, 2011 at

Morty,
Im starting out with the beleif that mistakes and failure are bad. The problem is i cant at all find refernces in my childhood where that might have came from. Im completely stuck. what do i do then? Is it a must to be able to come up with something from my past? My mind is completely blank. What should i do?

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Morty Lefkoe November 17, 2011 at

Hi Orrie,

Yes, you do need to find the source of a belief to be able to eliminate it using the Lefkoe Belief process.

The suggestions made in the video are the most common. If they don’t work for you, the only other suggestion I have is to schedule a session with a trained facilitator who will ask you questions and use a variety of techniques to help you find the source and eliminate the beleifs.

If you’d like to do that you can call us at 415-884-0552.

Love,Morty

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Eric Evans November 12, 2011 at

Morty,

I just purchased your program after taking the free session, “Mistakes and Failure are Bad.” I now no longer believe that mistakes and failure are bad, and I also don’t believe that I’m not good enough. It’s amazing. It’s like the belief just melts and drains out of my head. I now see that I create the beliefs and attribute their meaning to meaningless external events. I have also taken “Who am I really?” and I have to say that this is the most powerful and succinctly stated piece of spiritual/psychological technology I have ever used! I now understand that I am what Joseph Campbell called the sacred “Thou,” I am not my beliefs, my feelings or what I do. I am the observer of these things, and I create my life by attributing meaning to them.

I recently lost my job, and my mom said I should seek counceling because I was getting pretty severly depressed. I chose your program instead, and even though I am currently unemployed, I understand that the events that have happened to me may be consequences, but they have no meaning other than what I attribute to them. For the first time in my life, I feel whole.

Regards,

Eric Evans

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NHR November 11, 2011 at

After I click on the belief the page I am told to bookmark is blank except for the comments window

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Morty Lefkoe November 17, 2011 at

Hi,

I’m sorry you are having problems. The site is working for me and for about a hundred others every day.

I suggest you try closing your browser and then trying again, or sometimes rebooting your computer works. But the site is working.

By the way, the program does not work on iPhones an iPads because it uses Flash. We are changing that so Apple products will work in the future.

Love, Morty

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Irene Boshier November 6, 2011 at

Plz don’t clame to give something for free when at the end of it all when u really want to know secret of loosing negative belief in 20 min, there is a huge price tag attached to. Good job in luring ppl to your web sit wit the aid of some friend, does take talent to do that But its not nice too fool honest ppl.

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Morty Lefkoe November 6, 2011 at

Hi Irene,

I’m really sorry you feel taken advantage of, but I’m not sure what you are unhappy about. We offer you the ability to eliminate three common limiting beleifs for free, and we do. If you want more than that, there is a charge, but we deliver exactly what we promise.

Love, Morty

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Eric Evans November 12, 2011 at

Irene,

I got a negative belief taken away for free, and I also participated in “Who am I really?” for free. Morty gave me exactly what he promised. I then purchased the program, and Morty is continuing to give me exactly what he promised. He never promised the entire program for free, jut the belief of your choice. I am so thrilled with the results of his program that had I known it was so effective I would have gladly paid quadruple the price for it. Morty’s method is far more effective than anything else I have tried. I no longer believe that mistakes and failure are bad or that I’m not good enough. I took the Mistakes and Failure are Bad program almost three weeks ago now, and this belief shows no sign of resurfacing. In conclusion, Morty has given far more value than he’s asked for back in monetary compensation.

Regards,

Eric Evans

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xgon November 5, 2011 at

iam dying to see your video and gey acces to your freely available method.i cant see your video in my hand set.please avail your videos in mp4 or 3gp format.please.

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Morty Lefkoe November 6, 2011 at

Hi Xgon,

You must have an Apple product that doesn’t have Flash. Right now our programs require Flash. Try our programs on your computer.

Sometime soon our products will be available without Flash and will play on Apple products.

Love, Morty

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Ron November 3, 2011 at

Regarding this process to get rid of the belief that I am not good enough, what do you do if you feel that you know parents and others have probably said or done things that caused this belief, but you can’t remember any specific instances? I can’t come up with any pictures or images or memories.

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Morty Lefkoe November 3, 2011 at

Hi Ron,

You don’t need to rememebr specific situations for the Lefkoe Belief Process to work. A sense of your interactions with your parents is sufficient.

Thanks for your interest in our work.

Love, Morty

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Janina October 31, 2011 at

Dear Morty,

Heaps of gratitude for making such a gift available free to people. I’ll bet you are doing a great service to the world with just your free sample. Thank you.

I loved that changes I experienced in overall attitude, how I felt inside, a much greater feeling of ease, freedom, and a subtle deepening of presence, and most of all greater patience with myself. If you knew me, you’d know the lattermost is no small thing!

I gave it a few days before commenting, just to check if the changes were really lasting (and not just the aftereffects of trance or deep focus with no real substance). The changes are lasting. And the changes are continuing, subtly. Remove one part of the foundation of assumptions and the whole organism shifts. I must say, I like this shift!

On another topic:
I think I know what an earlier person, cheri, was posting about on 2 October 2011 when she said she was “tricked”. Below video #2 are the buttons “Discover More” and “Repeat”.

“Discover More” takes you to the sales page. “Repeat” is poorly labeled. It doesn’t repeat anything, it takes one to the third, final, and very important video in the process. It would be better to label that button “Continue to Step 3″ to accurately reflect where it takes you – to the final video in the process.

I initially poked “discover more” first, because I didn’t want to repeat anything, I wanted to continue! I was taken to a sales page, and felt very cheated myself because I was left hanging in the middle of a very deep process.

But, knowing that I can be too literal (and I can get snagged on words sometimes) and that websites are difficult to get perfect, I decided to poke the “Repeat” button just to see if it would get me better results. I was so very glad to discover the process is completed, after poking “repeat” under video 2.

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Snail Shell October 25, 2011 at

“free” limiting belief page is a blank on iPad, or did you just want my email to spam me?

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Morty Lefkoe October 26, 2011 at

Hi,

Sorry but the program uses flash and Apple products don’t permit the use of flash. If you try on your computer it will work.

We will be switching to a new delivery system soon.

Love, Morty

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Lucie October 21, 2011 at

Amazing program. I’ve tried a lot of different methods and seminars to improve my negative self-talk. I purchased the self-confidence course and I’ve never seen anything work so well, so fast and at a great price.
My childhood conditioning definitely had me reacting to situations in a negative way. I feel calm and really in charge of my life for the first time ever.
Thanks!

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joyce October 21, 2011 at

I keep getting tripped up when you ask “did you ever really SEE “I’m not good enough” (or whatever belief I’m working on). I get tripped up every time — I have to answer NO every time because a belief is not a thing like a tree or a car. Do other people think they SEE a belief? Am I missing something? Are you intentionally asking us a really bizarre question so we can see how silly it is or do people really think they SEE it. Could you have just as easily asked “did you ever really TASTE “I’m not good enough?” What am I missing?

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Morty Lefkoe October 22, 2011 at

Hi Joyce,

Thanks for your interest in our work.

Visual people think the meaning they assign an event is inherent in the event, so it seems to them as if they can “see’ the belief out there is the world. People who are more emotionally kinesthetic have no idea what we mean by seeing, and respond, I didn’t see it, the events made me feel it.

That’s why the Lefkoe Belief Process has separate steps to help both visual and emotionally kinesthetic people eliminate beliefs.

Love, Morty

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abcdonfernado November 19, 2012 at

Joyce,

Im so glad I read your comment it seriously made me laugh. But I do understand where your coming from I thought something similar when I first started using this program.

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gooconz November 24, 2012 at

yes. Some people, me included, feel the image of the event (the memory) that they see in their mind is an _Image Of The Belief!_ As if the belief was illustrated and put on a big poster, like a movie. But what this refers to on a deeper level is the feeling that the belief is ‘something out there’ instead of just a thought in your mind. That’s why turning that around is effective and useful for some people. You might want to look at whether you ‘felt’ the belief out there (rather than seeing it) or whether a memory you have in association with a belief seems like a demonstration of that belief?

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Casey October 11, 2011 at

Hi Morty,

I started the process of eliminating a belief and partway through the process I clicked continue and the next page didn’t load any useful content. I then restarted the process but this time there was nothing but a text box and continue button. I hit continue again and I kept getting pages without any kind of video player… is there something wrong with your site?

Thanks,
Casey

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Morty Lefkoe October 12, 2011 at

Hi Casey,

Thanks for your interest in our work. I’m sorry that you have had a problem trying to use our program.

We have about a hundred people a day try to eliminate a belief on the free site, and when we only get a complain from one person, it is almost always a problem with their browser.

Please try closing your browser and then trying again, or using a different browser. It should work then.

Love,Morty

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steve September 28, 2011 at

I just listened to 10 minutes of your tape. It’s boring, depressing, unintelligent crap.

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Morty Lefkoe September 28, 2011 at

Hi Steve,

Sorry you didn’t find the process useful. Over 90,000 have been able to use it to eliminate a limiting belief. Thanks for trying it.

Love, Morty

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cheri October 2, 2011 at

Dissapointed at the lack of integrity……you adveetise at the end of tis perocess you will ave eliminated the belief…however ypou meant to say at the end of this process this is what I want you to pay for this information. Best say it how it is…….feels so not ok to be tricked.

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cheri October 2, 2011 at

Disapointed at the lack of integrity……you advertise at the end of this process you will ave eliminated the belief…however you meant to say at the end of this process this is what I want you to pay for this information. Best say it how it is…….feels so not OK to be tricked.

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Morty Lefkoe October 2, 2011 at

Hi Cheri,

There is no charge to eliminate the three beleifs.

If you want to buy additional products there is a charge, but eliminating three beliefs is free.

I’m not sure what you mean you were tricked.

Love,Morty

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Larry Crane September 26, 2011 at

Dear Morty:I beleive we could help each other.Please call me at 818-385-0272 in L.A.
Love,Larry Crane

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dale September 25, 2011 at

what happens if my father said I’m bad. HOW do I get rid of that belief.

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Makiko September 27, 2011 at

Hi Dale,

how about stop believing what your father said?
At the end, isn’t is You who is believing that?
Hope this wil help.

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Makiko September 25, 2011 at

Hi
I have a question.
In the “who I am I really” process, you talk about the eyes that gives meaning (interpretations) to the events, and the eyes are who we are.
I knew the things you shared about we are the creators of our life and we are not our acts or our thoughts an so on.
However I have always wondered why some child give negative meaning to an event while other child didn’t.
My guess is this child didn’t have “negative self restricting eyes”.
So I guess I am a negative self harming conscouiness?

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Yong Kang September 23, 2011 at

Hi Morty,

I would like to say a BIG THANK YOU for creating the videos!

I’ve benefitted a lot just from participating in these videos. They make me more aware of my beliefs, but most importantly, I’m more conscious of when they are formed. They are mostly formed in my childhood. I still have many limiting beliefs, but now, I able to point them out and eliminate one by one after following your program and using your method.

Here’s my story and I would like to share with you:

I always have the belief that I have to please others or receive praises in order for me to be happy in life. I don’t necessary do things that please others all the time, but each time I did something good, I’m very eager for others to compliment me. If they do, I will feel happy and proud of myself. If they don’t or they didn’t like what I did, I will feel neglected, discouraged, upset etc. I’ll think that “I’m not good enough” or “I’m not important”… the other negative beliefs I used to have.

But after participating in your programs and thinking it through by myself, I know that my belief isn’t true. I don’t have to receive praises to be happy with myself or my work. Generally, when I completed and satisfied with my work, I’m already proud and happy with it myself! I do not need external confirmation or recognition, I already happy in the first place. These external comments could make me happier and improve my work, but they aren’t necessary to make me feel happy. So why do I believe in that I need praises?

I try to recall my childhood. It’s always a good starting point. Thanks, for pointing that out! Being a middle child in my family, I felt that I need to be obedient, extremely hard working, organized and excel constantly to gain attention from my parents. I would feel happy whenever they praise me even up till today. I’m already 27 now! And my dad is the type who don’t praise others easily. When I get full marks for my Mathematics exam, he could say something like the paper is easy. So to even get a praise from him, it’s heaven. haha… Sometimes, I also doubted when others give me praises. I wonder if they are genuine or not or they are just being nice. This all attributed to my childhood when the compliments don’t come easy. I suddenly realize I can never get happy from people’s praises! It’s either I don’t get compliments or I doubt them!

Thank you for letting me see that I’m the creator of my life. I can find my own happiness in my work internally. What comments whether positive, negative or none are just bonus to me. I shouldn’t let them get to me or affect me.

I’m sure I have much more negative beliefs, but I’m much more happier with myself now.

Thank you, Morty! =)

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Morty Lefkoe September 24, 2011 at

Hi Yong Kang,

I’m so happy that you have gotten so much value from my video programs.

It sounds like you still have the belief: What makes me good enough or important is having people think well of me. That, and 18 other common beliefs, can be found on our Natural Confidence program. Check it out at http://recreateyourlife.com/naturalconfidence.

Thanks for writing,

Love, Morty

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Chuck September 21, 2011 at

Sometimes I have trouble at the end feeling whether or not I still have the belief. I’m totally getting it on an intellectual level but the feeling is something I’ve wondered about. Tonight I’m starting over from the beginning and this time I’m trying muscle resistance testing when I make the belief statement at the beginning and end. It seemed to work and so if and when I’m not sure I think I’ll use it. The method I’m using is the one where your standing body tends to lean forward for yes and backwards for no.

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Morty Lefkoe October 2, 2011 at

Hi Chuck,

Did the muscle testing help?

Most people are able to know if a belief is gone by how it feels when they say the words. They stop feeling true, they no longer resonate, they feel silly.

Let me know.

Love, Morty

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maria September 18, 2011 at

Hi Morty,
I didn’t get this answered so I am passing it on to you: I dont hold negative core beliefs holding me back – as far as I am aware – I am only wondering if the path I am following is beyond my capacity or a limiting belief. I am not giving up or looking for an excuse but attempting to be realistic. By the way, right now and after a long battle I consider myself a happy being. I think I may have not expressed myself clearly enough. Thank you again.

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Morty Lefkoe September 18, 2011 at

Hi Maria,

Most of us hold some negatvie beleifs fromour childhoods,even when we’re not aware of it.

Thinking you might not be able to do what you want to do might be the result of some limiting belief.

Love, Morty

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joyce September 14, 2011 at

I’ve done the first 2 and my question is — aren’t I now just replacing one belief for another? You are asking us to give the event another interpretation, but now isn’t that just replacing the existing belief with another interpretation which now becomes the new belief? So for instance, now instead of believing “I’m not good enough” I give the events another meaning and believe instead “they were wrong”. It takes the personal charge off the event by placing the blame onto my parents, but it’s still assigning a meaning to the event is it not, by assigning another interpretation to it?

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Morty Lefkoe September 14, 2011 at

Hi Joyce,

Thanks for trying our belief-elimination program.

You don’t substitute one belief for another. The alternative interpretations are only to realize that there are many possible interpretations for an event, all of which are in your mind, and the event has no inherent meaning. Once you realize you can’t see the belief in the world and the event has no inherent meaning, the belief will be gone. You will not be left with any other meaning.

Let me know if you have any further questions.

Love, Morty

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mechele lagergren September 13, 2011 at

i read your blog,i strongly believe if you want to change you well.mind over matter,you give some good techniques and strong words to hold a person up and give them the confidence to want to change.

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Susie September 12, 2011 at

After listening to the Bust a Limiting Belief for Mistakes are Bad. I feel that Mistakes are Bad even more now. What’s that about?

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Morty Lefkoe September 12, 2011 at

Hi Susie,

I’m sorry to hear that you had a problem with one of our free programs.

I have no idea why you would have a stronger feeling that the belief is true after going through the process. Most people eliminate the belief after going through the process one time if they understand and do each step correctly. A few people are unable to get the process to work for them.

Actually, we either believe something or we don’t. There aren’t degrees of believing something. We can, however, have a stronger feeling about some beliefs. And apparently your feeling that the belief is true got stronger.

Sorry, but I have no idea why. You might try one of the other beliefs and see if that works better for you.

Love, Morty

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Darryl September 12, 2011 at

This sounds very interesting and I would love to see it, however I have the limiting belief that your website does not display properly on an iPad. Could you help me with this please?

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Morty Lefkoe September 12, 2011 at

Hi Darryl,

Sorry you are having trouble using our free belief-elimination program.

It was created in “flash,” which means that iPads can’t run it. We intend to modify the files so they can be seen on Apple products.

In the meantime, please try it on your computer. Let me know how it works for you.

Love, Morty

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AJW September 9, 2011 at

Hi Morty,

I know you don’t think anything’s wrong with me. Perhaps I just don’t know what I believe anymore. How come it’s flat when I say I’m a woman, a man, a monkey, just like it’s flat when I say any statement before or after? (It’s not that I’m not seriously trying).
As I’ve said before, I get it, in the understanding conscious believing including the speed of elimination etc, and I know I’m not stupid, but yet other people respond normally, so here’s another belief coming in “I’m not normal”! Because nothing seems to have an effect, it gets of course, boring and dispiriting to hear you ‘promise’ and ‘guarantee’, so much so that I begin to wonder that the negative statements themselves are exacerbating my already negative beliefs. Why would my subconscious be in so much resistance to your positivity and obvious wish to help me? I believe in you. So here’s another belief coming in “I don’t believe in myself”. As I’ve said before, I’ve been round in circles covering all these things but it’s like I’m a piece of wood, just not connecting, conducting impulses or whatever. There’s a deadness that I know MUST be subconscious because it has happened so many times with other stuff I’ve BELIEVED in and have been enthusiastic about in application, but yet nothing happens at all. I recall one of your earlier bloggers saying that she thought her subconscious must be ‘locked in’ and I knew just where she was at…”There must be something really wrong with me!” Of course, you said there’s no such thing. So what it is that leaves us out in the cold, feeling we really are failures, when we read all these positive testimonials from folk. What separates us from the majority? It can’t simply be because there are so many negs to de-layer that I don’t notice the difference yet. I know that there’s no shift at all, because at least some or most of it would have vanished long since.
You know, and your bloggers must know, that this is not a criticism of your Method/programme, because it obviously works. I just wish that ‘Locked-In’ and me, knew how we could diagnose the stuckness.
Thanks for your love and care and all your hard work, it’s appreciated by me for the change you’re making in the world, despite me not yet catching on to it.

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Stefan September 8, 2011 at

Recently started the pgm and perhaps the answer of my Q will been taken care of by itself sort of…What I´m wondering about is my interpretation or judgement of OTHERS judgement of me!
For ex if I just know that my father considers me to be of, say low intelligence as this shows up in my grades or bad results in sports. Perhaps he doesn´t say anything but I understand from his vibes and feelings that he´s not satisfied etc. This applies of course to any person, friends, classmates, teachers etc.

Sincerely,
Stefan

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Morty Lefkoe September 14, 2011 at

Hi Stefan,

What your father or others think of you has nothing to do with the type of person you are. Their negative opinion is not necessarily true.

I’m not clear what you are confused about. Please write again.

Love, Morty

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Chuck September 7, 2011 at

I’m starting to see a connection to what I’m learning here and a few things I’ve heard about quantum physics. The idea that something has the options of being either a wave or a particle until it is witnessed and then it’s fixed, or Shrodinger’s cat who until we know is both alive and dead in the box and then would be fixed as one or the other until witnessed. I also think of the question about a tree falling in the forest and if no one is there to see it happen does it make a noise. All of this physics and philosophy seems to point to the witness, the meaning we give something, as having the potential to create it. For me the whole tree question is yes it does make the noise because it’s what we’re used to, it’s what we believe. I have much work still to go to rid myself of my beliefs. Intellectually this is making sense to me and that’s a good place to start. I think I’ll be going over this again and again, it needs to be ingrained in me, especially using the skill of interpreting life in a way that is kinder to myself and leaves more options open.

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Morty Lefkoe September 8, 2011 at

Hi Chuck,

I’m glad that getting rid of a belief is providing you with a lot of useful insights.

Use the free program to eliminate the other two beliefs and see if that helps even more.

Love,Morty

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maria September 7, 2011 at

How do you define intelligence? How do you know if capacity is a belief or a reality? How do you know if what you want to achieve is beyond your capacity (eg intellectual) or a limiting belief? I am really struggling here. Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thank you for everything else.

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Pepi September 7, 2011 at

you cant know can you achieve something, nobody can. but what can be eliminated is that you believe you cant achieve it. and if you try and fail, you wont interpret it as “i fail always” “i cant achieve what i want” because you eliminated all those beliefs and wont generalize one single event and apply your interpretation to you and your life in general. You can not know anything for sure and that will free you not to worry or regret.

Just do the exercises and you will see the effect, with analysing it you’re going in the opposite direction of where you need to go, you will only dig yourself deeper into despair if you try to prove that “you simply dont have the capacity for your goals”. not to mention that human beings usually naturally strive (when they are being themselves) towards something that is naturally achievable for them.
if you’re trying to be an athlete if you’re following your true self you will just have a goal to be best version of yourself, not to be “better than your friend”, so if you’re not being better at it is because you just follow your nature… other way you’re following a belief “i need to do this and this to be happy” which isnt true and needs to be eliminated as well.
there is nothing you need to be happy, so even if you dont achieve intellectual goals it wont make you unhappy.

out of all beliefs in Natural Confidence set, I am stupid was probably the only one I didnt have. I just never strived to be smarter than I am, never got that programme “i am good only if i am very smart”. shocking because i have all other possible beliefs LOL

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maria September 14, 2011 at

Thank you Pepi, I dont hold negative core beliefs holding me back – as far as I am aware – I am only wondering if the path I am following is beyond my capacity or a limiting belief. I am not giving up or looking for an excuse but attempting to be realistic. By the way, right now and after a long battle I consider myself a happy being. I think I may have not expressed myself clearly enough. Thank you again.

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Roxann Higuera September 7, 2011 at

I’ve done a few beliefs now and Who Am I Really. I feel like I’m starting to GET IT. Wow! The philosophy behind it all reminds me of A Course in Miracles — “Nothing I see means anything” and “I have given everything I see all the meaning that it has for me.” (Lessons 1 and 2) That is making more sense to me, too. It’s like a little light went on. “Oh! So that’s what that was about!”

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mona September 6, 2011 at

I am having troubke, I did the limiting belief that I am not good enough, but it did not seem to work for me. I was the middle child in the family of 3 kids my sister did no wrong, strong christain perfect child and my brother was the baby. I was the free spirit, testing the waters and always in trouble. I have to say that I can understand why my parents reacted the way they did. I gave them a run for their money and really did some bad things in my childhood-teenage yrs so as I was saying this out loud it did not seem to fit, because honestly I was a handful a little rebel.. it has made me feel like the black sheep per say..how can I get rid of this feeling..

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Morty Lefkoe September 6, 2011 at

Hi Mona,

In almsot every case, if you follow all the steps in the process, the beleif will go away. But getting rid of one beleif will not change your overall sens eof yourself, that is the result of all your beleifs, that might include I’m not important, I’m not worthy, Nothing I do is good enough, etc.

Say, I’m not good enough, and ask yourself only if those words feel like the truth, If not, the belief is gone even though you still may not feel good about yourself due to the other beliefs. And even if you think it is impossible to eliminate a belief permanently in only 30 minutes.

Love, Morty

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Pepi September 7, 2011 at

Mona, even if you were behaving bad, you are not permanently bad.. so thats what you can tell yourself as other possible interpretations. you were free spirit and sometimes your behavior caused problems, but you’re not the problem.

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Kat September 5, 2011 at

I am getting so many great insights and feeling so energized by stepping thru each belief “ridding”! My question is what do I do about the damage done by my behaviors before that were due to these beliefs? I would like do-overs!

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Laura September 4, 2011 at

I just bought the program but I can’t seem to access anything on line
Which is reinforcing my belief that nothing really works . Please fix!

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Pepi September 4, 2011 at

I am from Eastern Europe, average salary here is $500 per month. How should I possibly have money to pay for sessions? I suspect I would have at least 20 sessions to clear all the issues because I have a lot of them.

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Emmy September 3, 2011 at

What a waste of time. Got your link from the Lisa Garr show and it doesn’t work. You just want people to buy your programs.

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Morty Lefkoe September 4, 2011 at

Hi Emmy,

I’m not sure what link doesn’t work, but I’m sorry you are having a difficulty.

You can eliminate several beleifs for free at http://recreateyourlife.com.

Try the process and let me know how it works for you.

Again, sorry you had a problem.

Love, Morty

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Max September 2, 2011 at

It would be very useful to have a subtitle option in the site… i can translate to brazilian portuguese.

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Jon Palmer September 2, 2011 at

Hi Morty,

Keep up the good work. Do you have any plans for certified practitioners of TLM over here in the UK? Also – how long would it take to become a certified TLM practitioner? Lastly – could you recommend the next most logical course/programme to follow after the natural self confidence programme i.e would it be End Social Anxiety / E

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Pepi September 1, 2011 at

another question;

i think i am more kinesthetic. But can I be a mix too? Because first I tried methods doing only “seeing” part and it worked, but when i pay attention I feel it mostly, dont know how I see it ?

and just out of curiousity, did you notice difference in personality among kinesthetic and visual people – are kinesthetic more emotional, athletic ? some correlation, even slightly?

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Pepi September 1, 2011 at

Question

Can things like “introversion” (getting drained by social events.. needing (too much) time alone) be also changed by your method, Morty?
I used to believe I am defected, I am an introvert and I dont fit in into the world. I tried many therapies and they helped a little but progress was EXTREMELY slow, and mostimportantly ; my belief that I’d be better if I was more social etc. was stuck, even worse than before?
Currently my goal is to be able to enjoy social activities and to participate in social life. So I wonder… is introversion -having “quiet” energy fixed, inborn, or it can also be changed?
I want to change it because I want to enjoy group socializing (for now I enjoy mostly one-on-one), I want to feel connected to the people, and not “outshined” by loud people!

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Joseph August 31, 2011 at

Morty,

I wholeheartedly agree with you – Mistakes and failure are not inherently bad. As you say, it is only a meaning you ascribe to your parents’s actions in your childhood. However, just like your parents, most people in the world share this belief, and that makes it into a social reality, irrespective of its inherent falsehood. There are real-world negative consequences, whether for failing to do what your parents want or for failing to do what your boss wants, or failing to do that which society expects from you. Our society is often intolerant of mistakes, failure and incompetence. The results are often “bad” for you. Loosing a job bad for you even if you take it as a learning experience. How does it help me to disbelieve that “mistakes and failure are bad” if my boss will fire me for frequent failure to reach deadlines and stated goals??

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Paul August 30, 2011 at

Hey Morty, thank you very much for making these programs available, I can tell they’re going to make a big difference. That being said, I have a few questions about the “I’m not good enough” program.

Why is it that only the experiences with my parents give me my limiting beliefs? Couldn’t it have come from other kids? I was picked on a lot by bullies throughout elementary school and middle school. Couldn’t these events have contributed to my believe that I’m not good enough? They are the ones that really stick out as examples of why I don’t feel good enough – not so much anything my parents did.

Also, what if I’ve had an experience where “I’m not good enough” is really the only meaning there could be? For example, in high school I auditioned for a musical group and didn’t make it, meaning – I literally wasn’t good enough to be accepted into the group. How can I shake this belief in these kinds of circumstances? I know that I can’t “see” the belief, but it seems pretty close. I’ve had a few other similar experiences too, being a musician.

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Morty Lefkoe August 30, 2011 at

Hi Paul,

Thanks for your interest in our work.

See my blog post for a partial answer to your question: http://www.mortylefkoe.com/031610/#

See also the blog post I will be putting up tomorrow for additional information. http://mortylefkoe.com

Let me know if these posts answer your questions

Love,Morty

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Paul August 30, 2011 at

Thanks Morty, I found that article right after I posted. It actually makes pretty good sense to me. It’s just that the most memorable negative experiences are those from school and later in life.

I liked the example you gave about your daughter thinking something’s wrong with her teacher, not with herself. It really made me realize that the beliefs instilled in us early on can completely distort our perceptions of reality.

Looking forward to your next post!

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AJW August 27, 2011 at

Hi Morty,
I get it but I don’t feel or ‘know’ it. I’m the same before as after, and the next day. I’ve been round in circles reckoning so many beliefs and other ways of stating them, on long lists. (I covered all this ground previously with EFT too) Zilch. Your good book doesn’t mention the conditioning of infancy before beliefs were possible, though I can guess their nature. Unfortunately, as with some others of your fans, money is zilch too, so the cycles continue…
ps ‘Leaning’ and other kinesiology self-tests also seem unreliable in my case so “What’s wrong with me?!?!”

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Morty Lefkoe August 27, 2011 at

Hi AJW,

There is nothing wrong with you. You, like most people, have a bunch of negative beliefs that you have to get rid of. Getting rid of one belief might feel good for the moment, but it is unlikely to result in a permanent change in your life.

Call me Monday and let me see how I can help you. 415-884-0552.

Love,Morty

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Danny August 16, 2011 at

Hey Morty,

My school is giving projects for the summer. My lecture is in psychology, and I chose to write about your work. I just want you to tell me what events in childhood, could have lead a person to form “Change is difficult”. I would really appreciate it if you tell me…..

Thanks and regards,
Danny

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Sherrie K August 10, 2011 at

Unbelievable! People wouldn’t believe it until they tried it. Morty, I got rid of 2 limiting beliefs, “I’m not good enough” and “I’m not important”. I’m so overwhelmed, I’m at a loss for words. You’ve helped me do for myself for free in 30 minutes what others charge for their programs that take months or years to accomplish.

As I answered the questions out loud, it was as if you were here right with me. I felt my conscious awareness soar like I’ve never felt before. I’ve been doing meditation with different programs and they’ve helped, but not like this. I also have the book, “Power vs. Force” by Dr. David Hawkins, and I can see how some of the things in that book intertwine with your program. Bless you!

Sincerely,
Sherrie K

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Linda August 7, 2011 at

Hi Morty.

My beliefs do not stem from “I’m not good enough, or I’m not important”, it’s almost the opposite.

I have always been involved in sports and my basic belief is that the only way I can feel good about myself is to win a competition. It’s how I felt important as a child, it’s what I received recognition for and I always felt good afterwards. Now, my sport is golf. When I play by myself or just for recreation I feel fine. But in a tournament setting, I worry about not playing well or not winning, because if I don’t – I won’t feel good about myself. How do I eliminate that belief?
Linda

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Morty Lefkoe August 9, 2011 at

Hi Linda,

Whenever you have to do something to be good enough, you must have the belief I’m not good enough. If you were good enough to begin with, you wouldn’t have to do anything to get good enough.

Then on top of the belief I’m not good enough it sounds like you also have the belief: what makes me good enough is succeeding/winning. That’s what you need to be good enough. And when you don’t win/succeed, then you feel as if you aren’t good enough.

If you can’t eliminate those beliefs on your own, we would be happy to help you in our one-on-one phone or Skype sessions.

Call us for more information at 415-884-0552.

Love, Morty

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matt August 6, 2011 at

Hi Morthy

None of these 3 beliefs really resonate with me – I tried to do the “I’m not good enough” one as it’s close but unless it’s the exact one, I don’t feel I can engage with the process. My biggest one is, “I can’t do it” – this is similar to I’m not good enough and Mistakes are bad but not the same!

What do you suggest? Thanks.

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Morty Lefkoe August 9, 2011 at

Hi Matt,

We’ve found from experience that almost everyone has at least one of these three beleifs, which is why we used them.

If none of them seem to be true for you, then we don’t have any others available for free.

We do sell individual beliefs, which you can find at http://recreateyourlife.com/store/beliefs-list.php. Maybe one of these will resonate with you.

Love, Morty

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Danielle August 3, 2011 at

Wow! easy, simple and right to the point.
Thank you, thank you, thank you Morty.
As soon as I get the money I will get your program.
I can hardly wait to see what my life will become once I eliminate all those believes.
What a gift to the world you’re doing.
Thank you :-)

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Peter August 2, 2011 at

Thank you, Morty. I think I’ve always sort of known this information, but never really understood it until this program spelled it out for me. Thank you, thank you.

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Morty Lefkoe August 9, 2011 at

Hi Peter,

You’re welcome. Glad it was useful.

Love,Morty

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GrayForest July 28, 2011 at

Morty,
Thank you for making this process available for free. Wow. Life changing. Namaste.

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Julz July 27, 2011 at

Thanks Morty for your insight, it fits right in with another Author I am currently reading. I have to admit the focus on parents was a bit of a stumbling block for me as my limiting beliefs centred very much on peer harassment but the overall tutorial was great.

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Morty Lefkoe August 9, 2011 at

Hi Julz,

Thanks for your interest in our work.

Our experience directly with over 13,000 clients has shown us that self-esteem-type beliefs are always formed in childhood in interactions with our parents. See my blog post where I explain why: http://www.mortylefkoe.com/wonderful-parents/#

Other beliefs are formed later in life as we encounter different areas of life.

Love, Morty

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raj July 27, 2011 at

morty,
i’m having problems with the analogy between the rain and the reactions of my parents. the rain is not a reaction. i was the proximate cause of my parents’ reactions. it’s easy to see that the rain has no meaning. but if you are the proximate cause of a reaction, it’s harder not to attribute meaning to them.

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louise July 25, 2011 at

I have never been a bridesmaid or a bride! I have been in an unloving uncaring relationship for many many years and don’t know how to move on or get out of it.
I don’t feel good about myself or do anything write where I feel that was a great job.
I just feel like an existence with a huge empty hole on the inside! and nothing or nobody to turn to .

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Morty Lefkoe July 26, 2011 at

Hi Louise,

The problems you mention can be eliminated when you eliminate the beleifs underneath them. Have you eliminated the three free beliefs at http://recreateyourlife.com?
That would be a good place to start.

Love, Morty

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lornie July 31, 2011 at

Morty, why did you not answer Anthony ?

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JH July 23, 2011 at

YEP this program works!! I just eliminated a belief.

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anthony July 22, 2011 at

Marty,
I think you are making a contribution to many.
What would you say to Stronger messages to children that are definitely NOT a misintrepation, e.g., child abuse where you are beaten or sodomized or told straight to your face, “YOU ruined my life! I had to get married at 17 and that ended all the fun of my younger years.”
Or – I have had clients deliberately told they were useless, a pain in the ass, crazy, ugly, etc.

These are more than just misinterpretations…and attributive meaning.

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lornie July 31, 2011 at

hi Anthony, i have just done this program and it has worked for me a little as i can see now that i am important. but i still see that i am not important to my parents. im 44 years old and they still only want me on thier terms and when they want some thing from me. there have been times of absolute dispare in my adult life and they could see my pain and need for thier love, yet still they walk away. maybe if they had been there for me in my adult years i would have forgot the childhood dispare by now. i want to love my parents but they make it so hard for me to love them.

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Morty Lefkoe August 9, 2011 at

Hi Anthony,

Being told something does not mean it is true. One interpretation of what you are told is that it is true. Another is that your parents thought it was true but they were wrong. Another is that your parents said it out of their beliefs and anger and they didn’t really mean it. Etc.

Being told something or even being beaten has no inherent meaning, only the meaning you give it.

Love,Morty

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RB July 18, 2011 at

Your method is very biblical. Proverbs 23:7 says, “as he thinks in his heart, so is he”. Romans 12:2: “be transformed by the renewing of your mind”
John 8:32 “you shall know the truth and the truth shall set you free”
God has thousands of wonderful promises in the Bible that would give us victory if we would just believe them and get rid of all the unbelief.

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Jediah July 14, 2011 at

Your website given in your email shows ONLY #1 your pix #2 a blank screen follow with NO sound

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Nan July 14, 2011 at

I thought the same thing but you have to click on the arrow to start the video. This needs to be made more obvious

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Jenny Funkmeyer July 14, 2011 at

After i regesteted, I chose the belief and click. It gives me a blank screen which “continue” to more blank screens. I’m using an iPad. Maybe it’s not playing on the iPad or iPhone?

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Cassandra July 20, 2011 at

I’m having the same issue…

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Morty Lefkoe July 22, 2011 at

Hi Jenny,

Sorry but our videos are “flash” and Apple products (except MACs) won’t work with flash. We intend to change our videos as soon as we can so iPad will work on our site, but for the moment they can’t.

Please use your computer.

Love, Morty

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Bill July 14, 2011 at

Hi Morty,

I sat through your free introductory video and while I understand the message about limiting beliefs being in the mind, I just perceive this bit of information as an interesting fact. I feel that the video has little effect on me.

Basically, the attribution of meaning to events which are in itself meaningless, I can agree with. But in my experience, the events itself are not what cause me to validate my beliefs, it is the expression of beliefs by others. I have the belief (here we go again!) that other people are thinking entities, just like me, and have their beliefs shaped by experience in the interaction of the physical world. And other people, of course. Their meaning counts and I take it seriously. And, given enough evidence by way of external opinions that ‘I’m not good enough’, I will tend to believe this. To think otherwise, namely to accept that I am the only creator of meaning for meaningless events, is a solipsistic view of the world which I can not relate to.

On the other hand, I can understand that holding the belief ‘I’m not good enough’ will turn into a self-fulfilling prophesy if one continually searches for validation in interaction. At least I’m aware that this loop is present in my behaviour, I guess that would be a step forward.

And, with respect to being the creator own my own beliefs, and hence my life, my main reaction is ‘Great! So this mess I made of my life is also entirely my fault!’ Which would be just about the opposite of the message you want to get across. I don’t feel more enlightened or elated after viewing the video, just more stupid.

But again, the meta-view of my behaviour would be significant, at least that did get across. Maybe I just need more time than others till this feeling of power over my own beliefs sinks in.

Regards,

Bill.

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Nan July 14, 2011 at

But Bill because YOU created those beliefs YOU can change them… You should just try it out. There is more in the program that helps you understand and resolve the issues you’re having and if it still doesn’t work for you, you can get a refund

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Morty Lefkoe July 22, 2011 at

Hi Bill,

I did not say you ar ethe only creator of meaning,. I said you ar ethe only creator of YOUR meaning. You give meaning to whaat happens in the world, regardless of what other intend. And that meaning then runs your life.

Here is a good example of creating meaning: You discover the you create the beliefs that create your life. One meaning is: I’m a screw-up; I ruined my life. Another meaning is: If I created the beliefs that have negatively affected my life, I can remove them and create positive beleifs. If I created my life so far and I don’t like what I created, then I can create a different life. I love being powerful.

Thanks for your interest in our work.

Love,Morty

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Moria July 8, 2011 at

Hi Morty,

I just came across your site and would like to go through the free process you’re offering but for some reason the video keeps stopping… will that interfere with the process?
Many thanks! /Moria

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Morty Lefkoe July 8, 2011 at

Hi Moria,

I’m not sure what you mean by the video is stopping. It is in several pieces and you need to click “continue” after each section.

Other than that there may be a problem with your computer as tens of thousands of people view that video and very rarely does someone mention the video stopping.

Let me know if you can get it working.

Love, Morty

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Nan July 14, 2011 at

Morty,

First I’d like to say thnak you!! I love you!!! Thanks for sharing and putting this out there for all of us to have access to. I’m on Belief #3 at present and working my way through. Eating lunch now and so I’m checking other things out.

Second, I consider myself a bright person although my teenager thinks I’m a computer dork. The way the pages change is a tiny bit confusing. Not the actual changing, clicking continue, but when you get to the next screen is does appear to be blank and is not super obvious that a person needs to click on the video or the arrow to start up the video. That may help. Also, I didn’t have problems with the video stopping at one point today, had to refresh my screen. Not sure what that may have been caused by. I did have problems using some work software via internet yesterday because I have the very lastest version of internet explorer- just came out, a tech guy had to go in an allow something in my computer to work. I tried to send a message through the email support on the site but was having problems reading the code thing and it wouldn’t let me refresh it to one I could understand… any how, alll techie stuff. I’d send my kid over to fix it, ha ha, but we’re not just down the street!

Again, Thank you SOOO much for putting this site up or I may never have found you and would have still been stuck in my old beliefs.

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Danny July 2, 2011 at

Hello Morty.

I’m a senior, but I had this problem about lack of motivation for doing homework for many years now (Like most of the students, but my problem is more intense).
So what beliefs do you think I have?
Also, what beliefs might cause the same problem (lack of motivaion) for sports?

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Morty Lefkoe July 6, 2011 at

Hi Danny,

There are too many possibilities to know without talking to you. It could be procrastination, a fear of looking bad (worrying what others think of you), or several other things. Each problem has different beliefs.

We have one-on-one phone and Skype sessions in which we could help you handle both issues easily. For more information you can call us at 415-884-0552.

Love, Morty

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Erin July 1, 2011 at

Hi Morty,
I love your work and love your blog. I released a limiting belief with this and found it very interesting and extremely helpful. I am planning on buying one of your programs and I was wondering if you have some specific details on what beliefs form jealous behavior. I am guessing they would be covered in your natural confidence or stress reduction but I was wondering if there were specific ones that you could lead me toward? Or is there a good way for me to figure them out? I have worked on the outer surface of this many times but it just keeps coming up for me and I would love to release it for good.
Much love and light…Erin

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Morty Lefkoe July 6, 2011 at

Hi Erin,

Jealousy is a fear that something of yours will be taken from you. There could be many beliefs causing that problem.

Many of the beliefs are contained in our Natural Confidence DVD package. That might not handle the problem totally, but it should help.

The only way to make sure you identify and eliminate all the beliefs causing the problem is to have private one-on-one phone or Skype sessions with us.

For more information please call us at 415-884-0552.

Love, Morty

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Erin July 7, 2011 at

Hi Morty,
Well, just ordered Natural Confidence and I am beaming with excitement! I can barely wait to get started! I think I will hit that and then see what seems to be left after that.
Much love for you and your vision in this life…
You are helping so many and I appreciate it more than you know.
Erin

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Karen Joergensen June 29, 2011 at

THANK YOU. Even though I’m educated as a NLP Psychotherapist, and has been through a lot of therapy, this helps me out changing radically some limiting beliefs.

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faye June 28, 2011 at

hi, i thank you for the sessions they help me calm, and relaxed, i am in the middle of a big change at my job and normally i will stress out, frustrate, lost sleep, angry at anyone and everyone etc but after going thru all the sessions i find myself so relax, complete, whole, so calm and peace. i thank you so much, i still have some voices that caomes in not so strong but still i know they need to be get rid of, i tried your quick method of getting rid of any other fear or voice that might pop up and i feel great already, i am looking forward for the results of these program. i didn’t know why i had to pay for the cd when i already done all the sessions online, they are the same thing, am i suppose to relisten to them sessions every single day, i didn’t think so ut i am confuse now, please let me know, i am so looking forward for what the next thing for me to do to keep up and maintain this wonderful feeling i have, thanks once again, Faye

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Morty Lefkoe June 30, 2011 at

Hi Faye,

We offer three beliefs for free and you bought a program that has 19 different beliefs and four conditionings. The process for getting rid of each belief is the same, but you have to do the process with each belief to get rid of it.

Let me know if you have an additional questions and let me know how you feel when you complete the program.

Love,Morty

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Almog June 28, 2011 at

Hey morty.

I have been reading a lot about your work and I really appreciate it. Really, you are my saviour. I eliminated all 3 beliefs on recreateyourlife.com and you helped me save the rest of my life and countless other’s too. Thanks a lot!

PS – What software was used to make the cartoons of the children and parents in the videos on recreateyourlife.com ?

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Abarenboushougun June 25, 2011 at

I get that we impose meaning on situations when there is no need for it – the rain is not “good” or “bad” it simply is raining. We have created beliefs in the past which influence us not even consciously but sometimes dictate how we feel. Those beliefs might not necessarily be true. If we attempt to tweak our lives though by coming up with new beliefs (which may or may not necessarily be true) it doesn’t feel to me like a breakthrough. I want to eliminate all beliefs, the filter that we see things through. I agree that I am the creator of my life but would propose that I create my life by my ACTION in every single moment. This is the creation process and with the awareness of being in the driver’s seat in the ever present (no going on auto-pilot) we take control of our lives…

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Morty Lefkoe July 1, 2011 at

Hi Abarenboushougun,

You can eliminate all the beliefs you want to. We have a package of the 19 most common beliefs that cause eight off the most common daily problems many of us have at http://recreateyourlife.com/naturalconfidence.

And in one-on-one phone sessions you can eliminate as many as you’d like.

For more information please call us at 415-884-0552.

Love, Morty

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DeVere June 20, 2011 at

Thanks so very much for helping me too eliminate my limiting belief of “I am not good enough.” I have struggled to suppress that ugly hurt for so long that it was buried deep in my subconscious. Thanks for giving the opportunity to identify it, seek it and finally destroy. I am born again, I feel a soothing peace not only spiritually and mentally but my body feels relieve as well starting with the top of my head then my stomach and then the entire body. A thousand blessings to you Steve and Lefkoe too, for this incredible practical tool for self development that provides immediate recognizable results. Thanks again!

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Niki June 18, 2011 at

Hi

I tried to look at your page (video?) but see nothing but empty boxes and continue buttons, I’ve tried in Firefox and IE.

So um I still feel like I’m not good enough!! Bot even good enough to see the videos. Plus now I’m starting to feel like a failure!

Niki

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Morty Lefkoe July 1, 2011 at

Hi Niki,

Did you ever get it to work. It is working for hundreds of others, so I suggest you try again. The belief-elimination process really does work

Love,Morty

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Joe June 17, 2011 at

Hey Morty,

I find your method very interesting and I really want to give it a shot. I have two beliefs that I need to get rid of, and both of them come from and unwanted and uncharacteristic skepticism. I have OCD, so my brain likes to think a lot of things I don’t want it to. All of these thoughts are in opposition to my beliefs or something I would like to believe. More specifically, I am trying to make the law of attraction work for me. Now as I’m sure you know, the law of attraction is ALL about belief. What you believe manifests. Now my problem is that I have an unwanted belief that the law of attraction either isn’t real or won’t work for me no matter how hard I try. Now, I don’t AGREE with the belief, but I know it’s there and it’s making things unneccearily difficult for me. The second belief I need to get rid of is just a broader version of the first: nothing will work for me. Now, again, I know that both of these beliefs are untrue, but I’m having trouble TRULY eliminating them, and it’s of GREAT importance that I eliminate both of these beliefs ASAP, as my career and my happiness depends on it. PLEASE help me eliminate these beliefs. Thanks in advance.

-Joe

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Morty Lefkoe June 17, 2011 at

Hi Joe,

We could easily help you eliminate these two beliefs in a one-to-one phone or Skype session. Call us at 415-884-0552 for more information or to set up an appointment.

However … getting rid of those two beliefs will not get rid of your OCD and are unlikely to make any significant difference in your life Most issues in people’s lives are caused by several beliefs and often conditioning also, and eliminating the two beliefs you are aware of won’t do the trick.

We would be happy giving you want you want, but I want to make you aware that giving you what you want (eliminating two beliefs) probably won’t resolve the issues you want to resolve.

Love, Morty

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Jeff J June 15, 2011 at

Morty,

First, thanks for the wonderful program. I don’t believe my fear of making mistakes has changed, but we will see. I do however look forward to trying another one of the belief busters. I did want to mention that I found the concept that the event did not have meaning to be,……… incorrect. True, some events only have meaning if we attach the meaning to it. Others are forms of intentional communication just as surely as opening our mouths and talking. It is important to me to note that it was a miscommunication that helped create the belief.

I hope things go great for you always.

Jeff J

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Morty Lefkoe June 17, 2011 at

Hi Jeff,

Even if people mean what they say and intend it exactly as they say it, it still has no meaning, in other words, you can’t make any predictions for sure about you, people or life based on what someone says.

Even if someone says Mistakes and failure are bad, that doesn’t mean it;s true. You don’t know anything about mistake and failure based on what your parents said about it.

Thanks for taking the time to comment.

Love, Morty

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chirag gindoria June 14, 2011 at

Firstly i really want to appreciate the work and want to express my gratitude from extreme within me.But what i want to ask is that what type of role does meditation plays in our life,i have been doing breathing meditation for past 2 yrs and i am greatly benefited from in and meditation ultimately teaches to control our mind.So my question is this that even when one can control his mind through meditation then why not meditation is taught to conquer stage fear and other fears and why lefkoe himself never gone into this question or never tried to do any meditation.

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Morty Lefkoe June 15, 2011 at

Hi Chirag,

I’ve meditated from time to time during my life but I don’t know enough about it to know if it can totally stop one’s stage fear.

I think that although you can clear your mind during meditation, when you aren’t meditating I think the fear is still there. The Lefkoe Method removes the fear totally and permanently.

Thanks for your interest in our work.

Love, Morty

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Justine June 2, 2011 at

Morty, I want to thank you for this program. I am a college student, and self esteem issues have been holding me back from expressing myself and doing my best in and out of the classroom. I feel much more determined and positive about my future after completing the elimination of the belief that “failure and mistakes are bad.”

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Morty Lefkoe June 15, 2011 at

Hi Justin,

Glad our work has been helpful.

Thanks for taking the time to post.

Love, Morty

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george May 31, 2011 at

my limiting belief is not cited above. it is that i just cannot be bothered. no i am not a bit depressed. why strive ? why stuff up your good health with stress and overwork? i enjoy people, good food and conversation and many interests..flying aircraft,gardening,reading , bush walking and camping….. i cannot be bothered getting any better than what i am right now.i earn the minimum for the maximum.my kids have grown up,my wife died a few years ago. i plan in advance but live one day at a time to make the most of enjoying what i do that day..i find that there are many people like me. you are today because of what you were yesterday and will be tomorrow because of what you are today…the realistic truth so make use of it. gm.

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Morty Lefkoe June 15, 2011 at

Hi George,

There is never only one belief that causes a problem.

My experience is different than yours: You are tomorrow what your beliefs are tomorrow, not what they were yesterday. So if you eliminate your limiting beliefs, your future can be very different from your past.

Thanks for taking the time to post.

Love, Morty

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Nancy May 27, 2011 at

All I can say is Thank You.

I have spent years trying to remove the ‘I am not good enough’ belief, through countless methods. Obviously they didn’t work. I still had the belief when I got here.

I don’t anymore. YES!

I can look myself in the mirror and SAY “I am good enough.” That so never could have happened before.

So again I say, Thank You.

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Morty Lefkoe June 15, 2011 at

Hi Nancy,

You’re welcome.

Love, Morty

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BB May 25, 2011 at

Hi Morty,

I watched your free video on how to eliminate 1 belief.
I have some concerns regarding the material you’re presenting – as someone who’s worked as a trainer before – I hope you won’t mind me being plain about my questions.

(1) Life inherently has no meaning. Meaning is what we attribute to it (as a product of conditioning, etc.).

(2) Beliefs and feelings are products of attribution; they have no independent existence of their own

(3) You can be a happier and healthier person if you get rid of all your limiting beliefs.

Unless I’ve misread your intent, these are some of the key ideas that the free-demo of your program revolves around. I have queries on all three points and seek clarification:

(1) Life has no inherent meaning except that which we give it – Surely this undermines every tenet of every major school of spiritual (and religious) teachings. My own views are that there is a meaning to life, but it’s not the one that people in an unconscious state believe it to be. And really, overcoming false belief attribution is one leg of the journey, but nowhere near the end. In the symbolic paradigms of energy medicine, related to concepts of Chakras in the Eastern philosophical-spiritual tradition, knowing that the ego-self is a fiction is but one step, finding who you really are (and you state this in your video but don’t adequately explore it- perhaps you do so elsewhere) and what is your individual, personal sense of truth – is really the journey we take towards greater awareness. What I think you’re talking about is cultivating a ‘detached mind’, where you are able to accept and experience all events without judgements (good/bad, etc.). This relates to the 6th, or brow chakra, also known as the ‘third eye’ of discernment. Yet your program does not discuss how to find your own internal compass, how to seek your own truth. I fear it stops at saying: There is no truth. There is no meaning. And that is not a message I would endorse in my own work.

There are far too many people living off fake ‘spiritual highs’ believing that detachment from right/wrong; good/bad is the way to be. In practice, while these persons may be highly successful in business; quite often they exhibit signs of a lack of empathy. How often have we encountered typical type-A personalities who bash their way through the world uncaring of their effects on others? I’m not saying that the people who benefit from your program lack empathy, I’m just asking how you address this point.

(2) Beliefs and feelings are products of attribution: Again, I would have to disagree. People from different backgrounds, cultures, races, ages, etc. have experienced at some point in their lives a sense of ‘universal truths’, often breaking their own (false-sense) of limiting beliefs. Such life-changing experiences can occur whether or not a person is religious, or performs spiritual practice. To say that all beliefs and feelings are products of the mind limit severely the spiritual senses inherent in all human beings.

Moreover, certain ‘beliefs’ and ‘feelings’, regardless of whether they are internal or externally induced, may actually lead you to (correctly) conclude: that (certain) Mistakes are bad (for example). I’ll use two dramatic examples to make my point. Your demo provides the tools to eradicate any belief or feelings or negativity that arise from them by positing alternative views of a situation. (I should add that you also do not address who the ‘creator’ of these views are and why you would create such views for yourself in the first place – these are addressed again, in the traditions I described above). Say – for instance – someone who has committed a violent act of murder, rape or something less severe like theft or jaywalking seeks to disassociate themselves from the natural feelings of negativity that accompany such actions (in most ‘healthy’ people).

Bear with me – I realize this is hyperbole, but it does make the point: With the tools provided in your demo, a person may well convince themselves that it is okay to commit murder. (Internal dialogue: Mistakes are bad. I shouldn’t feel bad about making this ‘mistake’. Why? Because there are other possible interpretations. E.g. ‘I did them a favour’. ‘It was self-defense (which would be valid to a certain degree in a court of law’). ‘They were weak and did not deserve to live’. ‘They were of a different race/tribe and were not human so it was okay’ Or, take rape – the rapist may well say an alternative interpretation could be: ‘She deserved it’, ‘I thought she meant yes’, ‘She’s my property and I can do whatever I want’. And so on and so forth, an aggressor may well de-legitimize a belief (or instinctive gut reaction) that says violence against another human being is wrong. (Again this is not my view, I’m saying that your demo leaves these ethical and moral questions unexplored and I hope you address them elsewhere).

Essentially my second point of objection is that there are certain universal human truths that transcend mind-based beliefs and move into the realm of instinct, or knowing. One might say that such universal beliefs and spiritual experiences are accessed throught the 7th (Crown) or 4th (Heart) Chakras.

(3) Removing your limiting beliefs makes you healthier and happier.

If life has no meaning, then ‘peace’, ‘happiness’ and even ‘health’ are empty concepts. I’ve argued above why life does appear to have some meaning that transcends the limitations of ego (which really, I think your program can do wonders for, but in conjunction with other steps).

Also as I explored in the examples of violence above, certain beliefs and feelings may be in accordance with an innate sense of morality that would be detrimental for any human being to lose. Certain experiences of beliefs and feelings — in my opinion — transcend the mind and actually signify the presence of a much grander, broader universal existence – they represent Truth. (with a capital T)

So these are my three (ultimately intersecting) critiques of the demo I saw of your program. I would be interested to know whether you address these questions elsewhere. I’m also curious as to know how it overlaps with practices in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.

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Morty Lefkoe May 26, 2011 at

Hi BB,

I don’t address any philosophical questions and I don’t explain anything about my system in the free belief program. That program is a practical process that eliminates beliefs if you want to eliminate the belief.

I have written about most of the issues you raise in my weekly blog at http://mortylefkoe.com. Check it out.

A couple of points:

First, I said events — such as mom and dad yelling at you, someone not talking to you, a tornado, etc. — have no meaning. I never said that life has no meaning.

Also, to say that our beliefs are the meaning we give to meaningless events does not say that there are not any universal truths.

I am not theorizing that eliminating beliefs makes you happier. I’ve been told that by thousands of people who have used our processes to eliminate beliefs. Certain beliefs inevitably make you anxious, angry, and depressed. Eliminating them stops the negative feelings.

The point of alternative interpretations is not to create other (dysfunctional) beliefs, but to get that your initial belief and all the alternative interpretations are all in your mind, and that none of them are The truth. So you can’t use an alternative interpretation to justify anything.

Thanks for your interest in our work and for taking the time to write such an extensive post. Most of your criticisms are based on assumptions about what I think, not what I actually think.

Let me know if you have any further questions after reading some of my blog posts.

Love, Morty

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BB May 25, 2011 at

Hi Morty,

I watched your free video on how to eliminate 1 belief.
I have some concerns regarding the material you’re presenting – as someone who’s worked as a trainer before – I hope you won’t mind me being plain about my questions.

(1) Life inherently has no meaning. Meaning is what we attribute to it (as a product of conditioning, etc.).

(2) Beliefs and feelings are products of attribution; they have no independent existence of their own

(3) You can be a happier and healthier person if you get rid of all your limiting beliefs.

Unless I’ve misread your intent, these are some of the key ideas that the free-demo of your program revolves around. I have queries on all three points and seek clarification:

(1) Life has no inherent meaning except that which we give it – Surely this undermines every tenet of every major school of spiritual (and religious) teachings. My own views are that there is a meaning to life, but it’s not the one that people in an unconscious state believe it to be. And really, overcoming false belief attribution is one leg of the journey, but nowhere near the end. In the symbolic paradigms of energy medicine, related to concepts of Chakras in the Eastern philosophical-spiritual tradition, knowing that the ego-self is a fiction is but one step, finding who you really are (and you state this in your video but don’t adequately explore it- perhaps you do so elsewhere) and what is your individual, personal sense of truth – is really the journey we take towards greater awareness. What I think you’re talking about is cultivating a ‘detached mind’, where you are able to accept and experience all events without judgements (good/bad, etc.). This relates to the 6th, or brow chakra, also known as the ‘third eye’ of discernment. Yet your program does not discuss how to find your own internal compass, how to seek your own truth. I fear it stops at saying: There is no truth. There is no meaning. And that is not a message I would endorse in my own work.

There are far too many people living off fake ‘spiritual highs’ believing that detachment from right/wrong; good/bad is the way to be. In practice, while these persons may be highly successful in business; quite often they exhibit signs of a lack of empathy. How often have we encountered typical type-A personalities who bash their way through the world uncaring of their effects on others? I’m not saying that the people who benefit from your program lack empathy, I’m just asking how you address this point.

(2) Beliefs and feelings are products of attribution: Again, I would have to disagree. People from different backgrounds, cultures, races, ages, etc. have experienced at some point in their lives a sense of ‘universal truths’, often breaking their own (false-sense) of limiting beliefs. Such life-changing experiences can occur whether or not a person is religious, or performs spiritual practice. To say that all beliefs and feelings are products of the mind limit severely the spiritual senses inherent in all human beings.

Moreover, certain ‘beliefs’ and ‘feelings’, regardless of whether they are internal or externally induced, may actually lead you to (correctly) conclude: that (certain) Mistakes are bad (for example). I’ll use two dramatic examples to make my point. Your demo provides the tools to eradicate any belief or feelings or negativity that arise from them by positing alternative views of a situation. (I should add that you also do not address who the ‘creator’ of these views are and why you would create such views for yourself in the first place – these are addressed again, in the traditions I described above). Say – for instance – someone who has committed a violent act of murder, rape or something less severe like theft or jaywalking seeks to disassociate themselves from the natural feelings of negativity that accompany such actions (in most ‘healthy’ people).

Bear with me – I realize this is hyperbole, but it does make the point: With the tools provided in your demo, a person may well convince themselves that it is okay to commit murder. (Internal dialogue: Mistakes are bad. I shouldn’t feel bad about making this ‘mistake’. Why? Because there are other possible interpretations. E.g. ‘I did them a favour’. ‘It was self-defense (which would be valid to a certain degree in a court of law’). ‘They were weak and did not deserve to live’. ‘They were of a different race/tribe and were not human so it was okay’ Or, take rape – the rapist may well say an alternative interpretation could be: ‘She deserved it’, ‘I thought she meant yes’, ‘She’s my property and I can do whatever I want’. And so on and so forth, an aggressor may well de-legitimize a belief (or instinctive gut reaction) that says violence against another human being is wrong. (Again this is not my view, I’m saying that your demo leaves these ethical and moral questions unexplored and I hope you address them elsewhere).

Essentially my second point of objection is that there are certain universal human truths that transcend mind-based beliefs and move into the realm of instinct, or knowing. One might say that such universal beliefs and spiritual experiences are accessed throught the 7th (Crown) or 4th (Heart) Chakras.

(3) Removing your limiting beliefs makes you healthier and happier.

If life has no meaning, then ‘peace’, ‘happiness’ and even ‘health’ are empty concepts. I’ve argued above why life does appear to have some meaning that transcends the limitations of ego (which really, I think your program can do wonders for, but in conjunction with other steps).

Also as I explored in the examples of violence above, certain beliefs and feelings may be in accordance with an innate sense of morality that would be detrimental for any human being to lose. Certain experiences of beliefs and feelings — in my opinion — transcend the mind and actually signify the presence of a much grander, broader universal existence – they represent Truth. (with a capital T)

So these are my three (ultimately intersecting) critiques of the demo I saw of your program. I would be interested to know whether you address these questions elsewhere. I’m also curious as to know how it overlaps with practices in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.

Regards,
BB.

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mohan May 24, 2011 at

i m 5 time failer in ca exam now i can,t understand what to do. plz help me …..i lose my confidence also. how can i solve my problem

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Christina May 24, 2011 at

My mother was critical, my father died when I was 7. I did not experience any positive support from my father. I am not even able to imagine how it would feel but i know it would make a difference. I always felt unsupported and insignificant in the eyes of others but I do feel good enough within myself. My limiting belief is about determining and fixed effect of being unfathered. That it must be so because of this. There is no positive model of masculinity and creativity, of success in life. Weak men relating to me will become even weaker, due to the absence of strong father archetype there is no support for a man. My need for this energy may depleat a man. This is my limiting belief. It is kind of psychological theory belief. I do not see any argument to the contrary. What do you think?

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Morty Lefkoe May 24, 2011 at

Hi Christina,

Your post is a good statement of a psychological theory that explains your situation.

We have a different model: All problems are caused by beliefs and conditioning and can be eliminated fully when the beliefs and conditioning are eliminated.

WHat happened in your childhood is not affecting you today. What’s running your life today are the beliefs you formed as a child, about men, about not being able to trust men, about men not being available, etc.

Love, Morty

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mohan May 24, 2011 at

i need your help

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Allan Kenyon May 21, 2011 at

Morty,
What you do works!
I’m recomending your website to my clients.
Yes! You have helped me personally. I feel better physically as well being more mentally focused.
Allan

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Morty Lefkoe May 24, 2011 at

Hi Allan,

I’m thrilled that you got so much value from our work.

Thanks for recommending us to your clients.

Love, Morty

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Anabela May 20, 2011 at

Dear Morty,
thank you so much for the brilliant demonstration of how to eliminate a belief. It was very important for me. Now I believe that I will be able to buy your complete method, one day. I don’t know when, but I surelly will…
Let me give you a digital hug :))

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ej May 20, 2011 at

Morty!
Thank you so much for your work. I have purchased the natural confidence program and am in the midst of recreating my life. I love the strong new voices in my head that now say things like, “I’m important”!

The list of 19 beliefs and 4 conditionings is extensive, but I’m wishing you’d add something along the lines of “I’m not lovable.”

Thanks again for being there!

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Morty Lefkoe May 24, 2011 at

Hi EJ,

SOrry we couldn’t include all the beliefs, but we can help you get rid of specific beliefs in our private phone or Skype sessions.

ANd for the next two days we have a $100 off sale.

Let us know if you want to get rid of I’m not lovable and any others you might have.

Love,Morty

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Jeff May 16, 2011 at

Dear Morty

I came across the free belief elimination, became convinced enough to eliminate the 19 beliefs and 4 conditionings and would like to thank you – it revolutionised my world and it was a little frightening at times as I didn’t know where the next change was coming from – now my life seems to be pointing in a much more fulfilling and constructive direction now and the delight I feel to at last say, ‘I don’t care what others think!’ and genuinely mean it is truly blissful. Bravo!

Here’s to you and your organisation’s happiness and success,
Jeff

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Jennifer May 7, 2011 at

Hi Morty,

I am working through your Natural Confidence program and have started to notice small changes in the way I think about myself and interact with other people.

I am struggling with belief # 14 ‘I’ll never get what I want.’ This belief def feels like it is true for me but I am having a hard time believing I got this belief from my interactions with my parents. Growing up, I got pretty much everything I asked for (within reason), this includes birthdays and Christmas.

The more I think about the belief “I can’t have what I want.” the more I believe it should be “I can’t have what I want on my own.” Meaning, now that I am an adult, how can I possibly get everything I want without the help of my parents?

I think I will go through the belief again but this time use “I cant have what I want on my own.”
Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks,
Jen

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Morty Lefkoe May 9, 2011 at

Hi Jennifer,

If the words of your belief are slightly different, use the words that feel real to you.

The NC program doesn’t contain all the beliefs one might have, just some common ones. If you have other ones and you are able to eliminate them on your own, that’s great. If not you can schedule sessions with us so we can help.

Have a great day.

Love, Morty

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Chantale May 6, 2011 at

I wanted to try to get rid of a limiting belief There was nothing on the page ??

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Morty Lefkoe May 6, 2011 at

Hi Chantale,

You might have been using an iPad or iPhone. The program doesn’t support them yet. It works on regular browsers.

Sorry you are having a problem.

Love,Morty

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Chetan Thaker May 4, 2011 at

Hi Morty,

Your method works. I feel some improvement in my feelings.

Regards,

Chetan

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Morty Lefkoe May 6, 2011 at

Hi Chetan,

ANd you will notice even more change. Try getting rid of a few beliefs and let me know what happens.

Love, Morty

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Jim Hefling May 2, 2011 at

Very nice. I’m not sure about the effect, but the initial statement does “feel” different. I will probably want to do the whole program. I’ll know better tomorrow, after I sleep on it.

Jim

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Morty Lefkoe May 2, 2011 at

Hi Jim,

The question is not do the words of the belief feel differently, but does the statement still feel like the truth like it did before you did the process. If you eliminated the belief, it will still be gone tomorrow.

Let me know.

Love, Mroty

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Carol April 29, 2011 at

The page is blank! I’m trying to read it on an iPod.

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Morty Lefkoe April 30, 2011 at

Hi Carol,

Not sure what web site you are looking it. At present you can’t do the free process on recreateyourlife.com because it is still in Flash and iPods can’t use Flash. We are in the process of switching formats so iPods will be able to access that site.

Sorry, love, Morty

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Rick April 27, 2011 at

Greetings,

I can’t say that my parents were particularly critical …… on the other hand, they were not encouraging either even when behaviors would have justified it.
I was physically small from grade 1 of elementary school and often I was bullied (all the way up thru senior high).
Also, my parent’s financial means were limited and the statement “we can’t afford the things other families can” created a “complex” of sorts.
On the other hand, I was a good student and usually got A’s and B’s.
I got a BA in liberal arts and got married to a fellow student upon graduating.
A subsequent failure of a business led to the eruption of these suppressed feelings …… I plunged into a deep depression and the marriage ended as a result.
I continued to stumble ahead, just managing to make ends meet.
At the age of 35, I returned to college and got a BS in pharmacy. Unfortunately, the motivation for this was to “prove” something to others …….. not a good motivation and I soon discovered after graduating that pharmacy was not for me.
Since then, I have had several opportunities to to pursue businesses and even go to medical school but in each case, I subconsciously sabotaged these opportunities (I have only recently been able to decipher my behaviors).
Now, I am telling myself it is too late to start over (I’m 62) and I beat myself up daily (even though intellectually I know that I was “unconscious” at the time).
Self-sabotaging behavior is still evident.
How might I use your program to get out of this stagnating, procrastinating loop (my confidene isn’t too good now) ?
Thanks ….. and best wishes.

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Chetan Thaker April 26, 2011 at

Hi Morty,

I have noticed that you have stressed on the fact in the videos that almost all of our self esteem beliefs are formed by our interactions with our parents.

How would you explain in the case of two brothers who don’t have much of an age gap say 1-2 years having got the same parenting don’t succeed equally?

In other words one brother does exceedingly well while the other turns out to be a failure.

Regards,
Chetan

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Rick April 27, 2011 at

Unfortunately, we also received conditioning thru school, television, radio, etc and that conditioning and the cultural expectations (their demands) may conflict with our personal experiences …… plus I also believe that there may be individual predispositions due to genetics/brain differences …… ultimately beliefs make keep us from taking chances ….. achieving change.

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Kimmy June 9, 2011 at

Oh, I think I know this ! In the videos, he stresses that you are the creator of your beliefs, because you interpret the meanings of meaningless events. So, the two brothers each interpret the same meaningless events(interactions with parents) differently, and each formed different beliefs. One created beliefs that lead him to be successful. In contrast, the other brother interpreted the same interactions differently, and negatively, and formed beliefs that lead him to failure. Hope this makes sense. (:

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Sandra April 26, 2011 at

Dear Morty,

I found your site by chance while looking on the net about self-esteem. I must admit, I was very curious. Maybe many people found what they were looking for, but it just seems I’m to complicated.

I remember most of my childhood and it was half – half. I was beaten, abused, tortured, especially psychological. If I ever asked why, which I quite often did, the answer was that I know why. After a good beat, I would receive some ice-cream and they would tell me “We’re friends again, right?”.

Anyway, enough with the details. The thing is, I wanted to be perfect and whenever I would achieve something, it was not good enough. Even now, although I repeat myself every time how wonderful and smart and beautiful I am, it doesn’t really help. It’s like a vermin eating me up inside. My mother thinks she raised me well and I’m afraid to make any reproaches.

The truth is I hate my family and I hate myself and I just wanted to vanish, not to exist anymore. Of course, now I have changed a bit, especially since I moved out… very, very far, about 9000 km away!

Many of my friends had or still have similar experiences and I don’t know how to help them.
So, my question would be how do I cope with my own vermin and how do I convince my friends that they are actually wonderful people with many achievements and do not need to listen to anyone saying otherwise. Including their parents.

I’m not looking for the perfect answer, just an opinion.

Thank you very much.
Regards,
Sandra

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Vicki April 25, 2011 at

Is there supposed to be a lot of white space between the illustrations on the video? Because that is what I saw. Cartoon of parent and child, white space, cartoon of parent, white space….
I use a Mac; maybe it is a problem caused by crossing platforms?

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RevStu April 25, 2011 at

LOL…and I luv your work also Morty :)

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RevStu April 25, 2011 at

Luv ya work Monty :) thnx

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Diana April 21, 2011 at

After a year of wondering and pondering I finally bought the Natural Confidence program. Normally I get nervous about spending larger amounts of money but I have to say that I didn’t even question this choice. I am ready to change.

I just eliminated the first two beliefs and I feel different, but I can’t fully describe it. It is almost like a new sense of calm or “a matter of fact” feeling has come over me. I know that ch…wait a second…I was about to say that “I know change takes time” but that is a belief waiting to be eliminated…haha.

In any case, I’m excited to work through the NC program and finally feel the way that everyone else sees me. Everyone sees me as a happy, confident and fun person…and I want to believe/know the same.

I have a ways to go, but thanks to you the journey is going to be simple and fun. Thank you! I’ll post again once I have finished the program.

Ooo…I do have one quick question. What sort of time line or plan is the best to follow? What is a reasonable number of beliefs to eliminate in a day?

Thanks again Morty!

PS: My husband and I are planning on starting a family in the fall and I’ve got Shelly’s “Parenting the Lefkoe way” http://thelefkoeway.com/ bookmarked. I’m sure that the Lefkoe method will help me raise a confident and happy child.

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Jennifer Barthe April 20, 2011 at

I just finished the complete system and can already feel changes. I look forward to making massive positive changes in my life from now on. Thanks so much for your wonderful system and I’m sharing my good news with as many people as possible!

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tonciu marin April 20, 2011 at

Dear Morty,
Please excuse me for my absence but you must know that I am a good Christian Ortodox and in this week we pay great respect to Jesus so after pass-over celebation I shall contact you.
Sincerily yours,
Marin Tonciu.

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Pam Maddox March 28, 2011 at

Dear Morty,
This is powerful stuff, and I totally get the childhood thing, but I’m having trouble with other stuff. I am recently divorced. I discovered my ex had been spending a lot of time with porn on the computer, had been spending an enormous amount of time talking to his ex secretary on his cell phone, had opened accounts in my name that I was unaware of, and had lied to me about a lot of things. If these events had no meaning, and the meaning I attributed to them was all in my head, why did I divorce him? Should I have given them positive meaning? I don’t think so! However, I do see that they were actually positive events. They told me my marriage wasn’t what I thought it was and that I was married to THE WRONG man. Help me out here. They were hurtful and I felt rejected, unloved, and worthless. It was those feelings that caused me to divorce him and to realize that I deserve better. If, however, all men act this way, I have no need of them.

Don’t we have to attribute meaning to events in order to see that there is something better for us–that we deserve better? If there was no inherent meaning in those events, I could have decided to stay in an abusive, neglectful relationship.

Thanks for your insight,
Pam

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Jeff March 21, 2011 at

Hi Morty,
Who would I call to learn the lefkoe method with better?
I am using the natural confidence program but I can’t tell if the belief, when I say it, produces a negative feeling and if it is actually removed later on in the videos. I want to work one on one and see the process work with a professional and then use their help to address everything in Natural Confidence Program.

Is there a specific amount of time to visualize my childhood and use a new interpretation on it before the belief gets eliminated?

Thanks a lot,
Jeff

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Morty Lefkoe March 22, 2011 at

Hi Jeff,

Thanks for your interest in our work.

If you are interested in a one-on-one session with a certified Lefkoe Method Facilitator please call us at 415-884-0552.

Love, Morty

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Claudia March 21, 2011 at

Hello Morty, eliminating beliefs is part of my homework of the Lefkoe-Parenting-Course, so I am sitting here as a mother and a child. First things first: it works. Amazing. And I have a question. Is it true that behaviour of parents is meaningless? I have found, after studying your material, that I react in a certain way whenever I am identified with a certain belief about a situation and this always includes a meaning about myself, the child or a child’s behaviour or life. The crucial question for me is this: are our minds connected or not? Does a child really create her own beliefs or rather “download” them from their parents? I strongly feel the latter, we form these beliefs because the situations we experience HAVE meaning, they are given meaning by our parent’s, they give their meaning to a situation and we adopt it, just like we adopt other things. There is no meaningless situation in families where people hold strong beliefs about things. I mean, a parent who rather watches TV then talk to his child has a clear meaning: TV is more important than the child. I mean, theoretically of course the child still could detach from this meaning, but the adult holds ,a meaning. And if we don’t have uncle Morty around the corner giving us “alternative meanings” (thanks for doing so!) or telling us that this doesn’t mean that the child herself is unimportant, but only that for the parent TV is more important (which is painful enough), we are stuck with it.
Now, the method still works, as I can see now that I am not my beliefs and that I can create my own beliefs. But isn’t it so that in families situations ARE loaded with the parent’s meaning about children, life, behaviour etc. and the child takes it on, unless it has some other source of input that allows the child to form other meanings, or not? I absolutely can agree on anything else, but this part doesn’t go through. A child’s mind, I understood, is completely open exactly for this purpose, to download the information that exceeds instincts to learn the additional skills it needs. I think this includes “meaning” with respect to situations, as this will control our behaviour and results. If you can influence how a child feels about certain things or itself, i.e. what meaning it gives to certain events, you influence that child’s life, that is how culture is created and what education is about, or not? Am I completely off or where am I off?
And a second question: is it so that only when I hold a belief about something/give meaning to it that results in the creation of emotions, do I co-create my life, as my emotions determine how I ultimately act? So, if I don*t give meaning to things, I don’t co-create? Saying, if we want to co-create, we have to give meaning to events in life in order to create emotions that fuel our actions?
Thank you for your work, it is very, very interesting.

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Jackie Paulson March 18, 2011 at

Here are my notes now that I am healed:

Eliminate belief I am not good enough
Beliefs
From our childhood and our parents
Be quiet
Be neat
do what you are told
Follow instructions: or be punished

This happened to me.
Didn’t live up to their expectations

many similar beliefs bring this on:
Their reaction when they did not like my behavior

I have experienced those!

Step mom: angry yelled, expected a lot, blamed,

Older: “I’m not good enough.”
The source of the belief is from parents reactions to us as kids.

Shipped me to boarding school in high school out of 7 kids…sent me away.
I am bad.

Dad was never home.
Mom, yelled all the time.
She talked on the phone about how bad I was.

__________________
Possibilities:
They had unrealistic expectations for me at my age as a child
Not a fact, a truth just an interpretation
THE TRUE NO A TRUTH yes

“because I said so.” mom said
“Don’t ask me why, when I tell you something.”

You could do better than that, blah blah

LEMON: see YELLOW
Meaning to EVENT
What did I am not good enough really mean can you SEE IT? NO

Saw and heard: many different meanings
They said, ——–
NEVER was it TRUE

THEY ARE WRONG.
If you cannot describe it, not true…what I really saw
was a angry mother, HER REACTION!!!!
series of events…
consequences and meaning: unpleasant consequences
was their meaning: Room- if they no speak to me I might think
they are rude, mad at me, stressed, deaf, I gave that meaning:
for their behavior from my mind
Meaning is in my mind.
No meaning as a child…until I gave it meaning.

What do I know FOR SURE? NOTHING.
It’s all IN MY MIND: not real

they made me FEEEEL like I am not good enough, you did that
to you with your mind. Meaningless events

Analogy: Sit in room, reading a book, and it starts raining:
Don’t feel anything: because of the rain.
A Farmer: needs rain feels good
wedding: feel bad
Is it the rain or the meaning I GIVE IT.
Rain has no meaning.
Feel good or feel bad meanings:
What did make you feel I am not good enough?

Only because you gave it meaning from your thoughts or your mind.

They sounded annoyed
Alternative: feel: unreasonable expectations of me, that is why they
are mad….not because I am not good enough.

I am good enough! This is TRUE!
3-18-2011 Notes

IF no emotions when I say I am not good enough, then it’s gone I am
healed. EMOTIONS heal you.
__________________________
Who am I really?
The conclusion: not true
You create your beliefs
My beliefs determine my life
I can change my belief’s and change my life
I am a hard worker,…etc…
I AM—————-
Never been the truth about YOU.
eliminate beliefs and feelings…

you cannot BE your feelings and beliefs

who are you really????
They got in my head because of your interpretations
I is who I is…the creator

You’re not your life you are the creator of your life

analogy: Imagine you are clay: you make it into I am not good
enough, mistakes and bad,
NOW: You can creator of your life and create YOU OR I.
Transformed

1. Cognitively* understanding it *experiencing it or *creating it.
Describe
-photo’s

distinguish it…
You are creator of your life not others.
not your experiences not your beliefs
what is possible right now?????
I am the interpreter not sum total of who you are.

Inside you…what limitations do you experience right now?
No limitations…
Feeling something is missing IF ONLY’s…
I expect to feel a release: I am good enough as I am the
creator
Nothing is missing and all is possible
distance yourself from thoughts and feelings: observe it
feels are there, but detached…
LEFKOE METHOD
Jackie Paulson

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Bill Nonte March 20, 2011 at

Hi Jackie,

Thanks for sharing your notes. I found the Lefkoe Method about a month ago and have been working through the beliefs. It is an amazing process. I have searched high and low for answers to why I think the way I do. Morty seems to have finally answered that question for me. I have shared the Lefkoe Method with my sister and she loves it too. Since we grew up in the same family with the same parents, we have similar beliefs and it is interesting to compare notes with her as we try to trace the source of our beliefs. I am so glad you now KNOW that you are not your thoughts and that by eliminating your beliefs you can have a whole new lease on life. Your step mom was very wrong to have ever given you the impression that you were not good enough. I am finding that when parents are insecure, they conveniently blame their children or hold their children back in order to protect themselves from their own insecurities. As Morty said, it is perfectly logical for us to think “I am not good enough, I am not important, etc…” I am sorry you had to go through that as a child but am so glad you have “figured it out”! I love the line “It is not The Truth but just A Truth!!!! Good luck in contnuing to eliminate your childhood beliefs that can stand in the way of self fulfillment!!! Maybe we will meet at a Lefkoe convention some day:) Take care. Bill Nonte, Orlando, Florida.

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racquel127 March 18, 2011 at

Hi Morty
Tried sending you this letter, but it wasn’t the right email…So I’m posting it here.
I left you a comment earlier, I’m sure you’re busy and can’t comment on every single compliment… It is sooo amazing that your wife is also great, her parenting tips are the best – you are one special couple!!
I live in Israel now, made aliyah from Montreal in 1981. I’m studying to be a marriage therapist now.
If you ever visit in Israel, please feel free to drop me a line and I’d love to meet both of you in person and take you out to lunch or dinner…
Racquel

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Morty Lefkoe March 25, 2011 at

Hi Racquel,

If we ever get to Israel we will look you up. Thanks for the invitation.

Glad you find our work useful.

Love,Morty

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Barry March 16, 2011 at

Then, after I managed to nudge it past the hangup point, it goes to a spam page selling more of your products.
Kind of scammy.
This is your “cure”? wow. I’m underwhelmed. You may have been able to trick me into saying and typing “I’m not good enough.” (Was that fun for you?)
But I am far too good to fall for something like that.
Good luck with your “business”.

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Morty Lefkoe March 17, 2011 at

Hi Barry,

I’m really sorry you had a problem with our program. It is designed to help you totally eliminate the three common beliefs. If you will scroll through the hundreds of comments underneath your post you will see that many people eliminated the belief and found it very useful.

SOmething happened with your computer and I’m not sure what because most people have no problem with the program.

You might want to try it again and let me know what you think.

Again, sorry it didn’t work the first time.

Love, Morty

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Barry March 16, 2011 at

The page hangs up and freezes at the point where I type “I’m not good enough.” Sort of has the opposite of the intended effect. Don’t you think?

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Jeff March 16, 2011 at

Hi Morty,
I was wondering how long you should imagine for when you are using your new interpretation?? For the first beliefs 1-9 I could imagine for about 30 seconds and it seemed to work, now for belief 10 it is taking over a minute or 2 and still feels weird when I say the belief.

Also, what are you supposed to FEEL when the belief is eliminated? I felt a lighter feeling and a sense of happiness and started almost laughing when I would re-say the belief at the end of the exercise, does that seem usual to determine that the belief is gone?

Thanks,
Jeff

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Morty Lefkoe March 17, 2011 at

Hi Jeff,

You aren’t supposed to feel anything particular after finding a few alternative interpretations. You just realize your belief is only a truth, not the truth.

When the belief is gone people feel a lot of different things. WHat you feel is common. But whatever you feel, when the belief is gone it feels gone.

Love, Morty

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Jeff March 20, 2011 at

Hi,
Ok thanks that’s good to know!
Although how long am I supposed to imagine when I use the new interpretation as a kid?
And just “knowing” it’s gone will bypass the conscious and eliminate it that easily from the subconscious?

Jeff

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Racquel March 16, 2011 at

Hi Morty,

Just went thru the “getting rid of a belief” (I’m not good enough…) and it was incredible!! I found myself actually talking to my computer :-) saying out loud, Yes, Oh definitely, No, Not at All… I loved every minute of it! The little square where you have to submit what your parents did to you, how you felt, and what was your interpretation: was very painful, sort of like reliving the past (and I’m 53 years old!!) but when I finally “let go” of the belief… I was so happy! People look at me like I’m such a happy person, so beautiful, so talented, etc., but nobody can fathom that I still live with this terrible feeling of inadequacy… but hopefully, never again, and from now on – the sky is the limit!
Thank you for your help,
Racquel

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Margaret March 16, 2011 at

I sent your link to my sister who went through the “I’m not good enough’ session. I asked her what she thought, she said “I don’t think I’m ready to let go of that” … So i think part of your challenge is that your clients need to be ready to let go.. or open to the idea of letting go.. or ready to shed negative beliefs.

so maybe there needs to be something to help people realize they need this help . Right now, you are at the mercy of clients realizing they need help, then searching for ways to resolve, then finding your site.. You might want to align your self with someone higher up in the self-help food chain, like Tony Robbins, or someone with name brand recognition

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Margaet March 16, 2011 at

I think you need to get this into the school systems.. Ideally, for kids in 7th or 8th grade.. before they start getting in trouble with the law. I don’t know how to go about this, but I would love to see a teen version.. using language and examples that would resonate with teens.. perhaps even taught by young adults or someone they kids would view as a peer. Perhaps your daughter or school principal has some ideas .

Schools offer programs for kids that are high risk and this is the group of kids I would target. Perhaps you could link up with one of the ‘kids at risk’ programs that are already widely disseminated through the schools. That would give you immediate access to the right kids using existing delivery channel to a very large group of people who could use this program – BEFORE it is too late for them.

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Compton March 8, 2011 at

I am a Personal Life Consultant, a trained Psychotherapist and I am amazed at how quickly my belief of “I am not good enough” came up and all the supporting beliefs came up as well. Your method is sound and worked for me. I cannot however afford at this time to have the program. I am so glad that I click on your site and found you. I will be able to support it in the near future. I work with clients to support them in clarity, balance and well being. So you see how your program would be perfect for me.
Thank you for all your insights.
Compton

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Tom Mitchell March 4, 2011 at

Hi Morty,

When following your process, you ask that we go back when we were children and look at specific examples of when our parents had reacted to us making a mistake. But, what about examples more recent examples of when we, as an adult, have been on the receiving end of a co-worker’s, manager’s, client’s, customer’s, spouse’s, etc., disapproval? While those really old memories from my childhood are still in the back of my mind, there are plenty of more recent experiences in my head that seem to confirm and/or prove the negative beliefs that I have of myself. Any suggestions?

Tom

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ROB March 3, 2011 at

Hi Morty.

I just ran through your free program about eliminating the belief of “I’m not good enough”. I can see what you are trying to do. I understand the realization that you are trying to get people to achieve and I think that this is a good thing. However the experience for me was extremely difficult. In fact, rather than feeling better, I feel a whole lot worse having re-experienced some painful memories.
Now I do understand that these past experiences need to be examined and looked on in a different light to create a change (we can’t just ignore them) but I think I am trying to say that, for some of us, so much happened to establish the erroneous belief that the experience of looking back at them can be overwhelming – which can be dangerous if the correct support is not around at the time.
I will now have to go over and over these past experiences to change my understanding of them, because right now I feel worse than before I began your method. I know that this is a good thing in the long run (a very necessary thing if i want to change my life).
I don’t think I am posting this to be critical of your method – I can see the intention and I think it is good and I understand that it is in fact the only way to correct the wrong thinking. I think what I am trying to say is that maybe for some people the whole experience could be a little dangerous depending on what they have gone through in their life. For example, when I found this, the first thing I thought was that I must get someone I know to do this because she has become very ill with ‘wrong thinking’, but after having been through the program myself I now would consider it to be very dangerous for her to study the past in this way without the proper support at her side.
I’m not 100% sure what my point is. It is just something that I wanted to say after having been through part of your program. I hope that this message doesn’t offend you – that is not the intention.

Regards

Rob.

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Morty Lefkoe March 3, 2011 at

Hi Rob,

Thanks for taking the time to write with your feedback. I really appreciate receiving it. I am not at all offended.

Our experience now with tens of thousands of people who have used the Lefkoe Belief Process to eliminate beliefs is that less than one percent of the people who use it have the problem you described. We obviously have to be concerned with even that small amount, but the clear value received from the other 99+% is so great that I think it is worth offering our work to people.

Obviously some people’s childhood experiences were very traumatic and could be upsetting when revisited. Most people, however, realize that they are in the past and no longer present, and all that remains of the past are the beliefs formed there that still run their lives. The process helps people give a different meaning to those early events, thereby forever freeing them from the events.

Love, Morty

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alon February 27, 2011 at

what is the diffrence between “undoityourself” to “recreateyourlife” ???

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Morty Lefkoe February 27, 2011 at

Hi Alon,

Give us a call and we’ll tell you what is best for you. 415-884-0552.

Love, Morty

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Essie February 22, 2011 at

Hi Morty,

This is Essie. I would like to thank you for putting together this wonderful Natural Confidence Program!! I have completed total 19 beliefs and 4 conditionings. I am now more aware of my anxiety and be able to recognize them immediately. Knowing that all events have no meanings unless the meaning I give them is very empowering. I couldn’t thank you enough for how you have changed my life!

In addition, I still feel some negative beliefs regarding relationships. I find myself get anxious in my relationship with my boyfriend and family relatives over matters. I think it’s because there were negative beliefs formed from my parents’ divorce. They had a bad divorce. I still have some fear of having happy relationship even a happy marriage.

Would you please advice on how do I find the cause and eliminate these negative beliefs about relationship?

Thank you so much for everything!

Best regards,

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Morty Lefkoe February 23, 2011 at

Hi Essie,

I’m thrilled that the Natural COnfidence course has been so helpful.

If you had a session with us on the phone or Skype, we could first figure out what beliefs were causing the relationship problem, and then we could help you eliminate them. ANd there might be some conditionings involved in your relationship issues too.

Call us to discuss at 415-884-0552.

Love, Morty

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Ayşe Semra BORA February 20, 2011 at

Dear Morty;
My first attention was failure. I am listening to your youtube videos. As soon as I understand your process I will try for a new one. Language may be a problem to figure out what you are saying. I have a hard time to catch all of the words. The sentences could be written at the same time. I mean any of your sayings. So, the people in all around the world would have better understanding. I got a strict belief what you were doing. My son took your programme. He said that he’d got rid of some uncomfortable feelings even behaviours. He worked hard on your process.
Thanks for everything.Love,Ayşe

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SoJo February 20, 2011 at

I know that mistakes are not bad. I believe that creativity can be born in the midst of mistakes. However the consequences of my late age error, is killing me health wise and eliminating time being spent with my dying mother. I know that there is a creative solution, just have not found it yet.

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Allie February 19, 2011 at

Hello Morty,

I just finished Conditioning #1.
I bawled my eyes out through most of it …Got to the end and repeated the phrase…and the rainbow came out and I couldn’t stop laughing. I feel like the weight of the world has been lifted off my shoulders. Can’t wait to do the rest!
All I can say is that this is working for me and I am so so grateful. Thank you, Thank you.
Allie

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Morty Lefkoe February 23, 2011 at

Hi Allie,

Yeah!! Thanks for letting me know your reaction to the first conditioning.

Please let me know how you feel when you complete the program.

Love, Morty

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Jeff February 16, 2011 at

Hey there,
I just eliminated a belief of “I’m not capable” and it feels amazing. I was wondering though, taking the “Natural Confidence” course will be amazing for me I’m sure, and I’m going to partake in it soon, but what about other beliefs. For example, Jack Canfields belief that you eliminated for him on “having free time and being able to read more and not feel like leisure activities are a waste of time” is a belief that I would love to get rid of. Although, there are no videos for random beliefs such as these. Is there a way I can get rid of other beliefs with the Lefkoe Method.

For example, I bite my nails and there must be a belief programmed in me to do this action. I REALLY want to eliminate this.
Or, the free time belief that Jack Cranfield had is a must.
And there are some other beliefs I’d love to “discover” because like Jack also said, “I didn’t even know I had some of these beliefs”. So where can I DISCOVER these beliefs that I don’t even know I have and eliminate them as easily as the 19 in this program?

Thanks so much!
Jeff

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Morty Lefkoe March 3, 2011 at

Hi Jeff,

We have a few programs that help people eliminate the most common problems and the beliefs that cause them.

To find and get rid of the specific beliefs and conditionings that cause your specific problems you would need a trained Lefkoe Method facilitator to work with you.

For more information about private one-on-one phone or Skype sessions, please call us at 415-884-0552.

Love, Morty

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Mark February 14, 2011 at

Hi,

I just thought I’d share this in case someone else is having this issue. I am going through the program, but had an extremely hard time trying to get rid of belief #10, ” if i make a mistake or fail, I’ll be rejected.” I didn’t even know i held the belief until I started this process. After going through the process 6 or 7 times with no luck, I was very irritable and had alot of anxiety.

Eventually, I just had to write down what the actual events were, and come up with my own possible interpretations. I guess none of Morty’s interpretations really felt right for me, for the situation I was thinking of, and that was enough to make it impossible to eliminate the belief.

Anyway, its gone now, but it was a very hard, emotionally draining process.

I’d also like to say thank you to Morty. I saw this program for a long time before deciding to purchase it, but i’m glad i did. Some of it is very hard, but i’m glad i’m doing it. Overall, I’m happier day-to-day.

Thanks

Mark

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Allie February 19, 2011 at

Do conditioning #1. I know you are supposed to do them in order but I had the same trouble, did this and the light bulb went off!

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Lion February 11, 2011 at

Hey Mister great stuff you posted here!
As far as coaching by video can reach I think you did a really nice job.

Just one thing I want to add since I consider it very essential.
Please pardon me if it is already included in the videos, I didn’t watch the whole 33min one. In case it’s already there just delete my comment.

Now my point is that in order to effectively change believes, you have to set up a new one. If you do not, you just delete and erase. This might be a nice thing as well but the problem is – in the absence of a new believe, your mind goes searching for something to relate to, to evaluate the situaion and inevitably comes up with possible ‘new’ believes which can be (since the brain works largely by examing old experiences) your old ones. So after spending an amount of energy on getting rid of some particular belief, your mind recreates it in such a case. This way you might eventually get caught up running in circles.
That’s why I say (and admittedly – I learned it somewhere else either) when you examine your believes and decide on which one you are going to change – make up for yourself a clear picture on what you want to have instead.

Lastly all that has to be conditioned. While one video or simliar exercise can give you the critical kick to get started, you have get used to your new pattern of belief. So everytime get in a situation where your new belief has any relevance, use it to condition that new belief until it’s automatic.

Best Regards!

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Morty Lefkoe February 11, 2011 at

Hi Lion,

Thanks for taking the time to comment.

My experience after helping close to 100,000 people eliminate many, many beliefs, is that the beliefs do not come back even if you do not create a new one. And I wrote a blog post on why we do not think in necessary or even appropriate to create a new one. (See http://mortylefkoe.com)

Also my experience is that once the belief is gone, there is nothing more that needs to be done. There will be an automatic change in your behavior and feelings that will last.

You might try completing the program and see for yourself. Please write again with more questions or comments.

Love, Morty

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David February 9, 2011 at

Hi Morty,

I’m still working on my NC-program but here are some findings and questions. I’ll start with a little background so you get to know my perspective and maybe it’s helpful for others as well.

My perspective
Coming from a childhood with a strong mental abuse (single child from single parent who was in hiding during WWII) I found the program sometimes a bit too ‘light’ in addressing my barriers and needs. I was literally brought up with the message that I was no good and send off to a foster home at age 7 for that reason. As a result of my messed up childhood I spend most of my life in survival mode instead of actually living.
Feeling unsafe is my main theme and has limited me in many ways which consequences I can see almost every day. Although I was able to repair my life over the years I still noticed something I call a strong negative/destructive subconscious that instantly kicked in when I visualized progress and expansion in my life. Lack of self confidence shows mainly in my work. But being self employed this has severe consequences. Then someone pointed me to your program and after trying the free beliefs I ordered the NC-program.

The First Round
In a week I went through all the beliefs, the conditionings and the bonus program. I had already decided to run the complete program at least twice to make sure I fully grasped every theme. Some of the bonus beliefs I did 2 or 3 times. And of course I ran the WAIR-program frequently after the most important beliefs.
During the process I could easily relate to the alternative answers. Needless to say most of them were way better answers than the ones I formed in my mind. These were great insights and touched some of the feelings I already had as a child! At the end of the weekend I suddenly felt sad and helpless. I noticed that I still operated in the same mode as before running the program. I went too eager and too fast through the program.

The Second Round
I ran the whole program again, this time making and saving the notes about all the beliefs. I had some trouble to recreate the childhood scenarios with the alternative meanings on some beliefs. After each belief or conditioning I ran the WAIR-program. But there’s a big discrepancy between feeling and knowing. Cognitively, my mind completely agrees with the statements but when it comes to feeling as if anything is possible there was quite some resistance. I didn’t end up feeling nothing is impossible although I want this immensely. Instead I ended up feeling much more is possible and I still can have a better life.
Even with the conditionings I took notes and played them back and forth. I’m glad I did because this addressed my main theme in the very essence. In line with the conditioning: with almost every large project I feared failure and therefore no love (lost client), abandonment (no clients at all) and therefore death (bankruptcy). For me this is most likely the main reason why I couldn’t break through the survival mode. Knowing that survival mode blocks growth and expansion this was great news! I hope this finding will lead to my breakthrough. Or does this need more work or another program?

My results so far
It’s too early to tell if I made the breakthrough but this I can share. It’s much quieter in my mind and for sure less criticising. Using the statement in the WAIR program regularly helps me to silence negative thoughts or feelings. I’ll continue with the program again and again. Adding more notes and maybe more detailed memories will pop up so I can make the visualisations more real. That’s it for now. I’ll report more findings when they occur.

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Morty Lefkoe February 11, 2011 at

Hi David,

Thanks for the long report.

The NC program is meant to deal with the everyday problems most of us experience. You only have to go through the program once to get rid of the beliefs and eliminate the problems this program is designed to deal with.

When the issue is more serious, as yours seems to be, you don’t need to do this program again, you need to get rid of the additional beliefs that aren’t on this program.

There are no other DVD programs available, as each person is very different. Call us to find out about our individual phone sessions where we help people identify the specific beliefs that are responsible for the remaining problems, and then eliminate them. 415-884-0552.

Love, Morty

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David February 16, 2011 at

Thanks Morty,

I hoped the NC-program could tear down my negative subconsciousness as it is the result of negative beliefs formed at childhood.

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shaz February 9, 2011 at

Hi Morty,

Is this method based on New Thought commonly know as Metaphysics. I firmly believe in the power of our subconcious mind.

Thank you for sharing

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Robin February 3, 2011 at

Are you kidding me? $250.00 bucks for one DVD? You are crazy! There are other programs out there that are just as good. I can’t believe I got sucked into even watching your video!

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Morty Lefkoe February 11, 2011 at

Hi Robin,

We put over 10 hours worth of material on one DVD to save the environment from too much plastic. We could have made a separate DVD for each hour, but why do you need 10 DVDs when one will do.

Moreover, I do not know any other program that offers a lifetime guarantee to permanently eliminate the beliefs that cause many of the most common day-to-day problems. Not to improve your condition; but to eliminate it totally. ANd that claim has independent university research that proves we do what we claim.

In any case, if you are not happy with what we offer, I truly am sorry.

Love,Morty

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MATT February 2, 2011 at

I DONT THINK THIS WORKS AT ALL. THE AUTHOR ASSUMES THAT ALL CONCEPTS ORIGINATE FROM CHILDHOOD, WHEN IN FACT THERE MAY BE MANY EXTRINSIC FACTORS THAT WILL DEVELOP OVER TIME FROM VARIOUS SOURCES OF INPUT.

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Morty Lefkoe February 11, 2011 at

Hi Matt,

I don’t assume that all beliefs come from childhood. They don’t. We form beliefs about issues as we are exposed to them in life. But almost all self-esteem beliefs are formed before the age of six.

And it isn’t an assumption. We’ve worked with almost 100,000 people from over 50 countries and have discovered this fact. It is not a theory.

Thanks for taking the time to post.

Love, Morty

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Matthew January 28, 2011 at

Morty. I think I have a belief that I am having trouble getting rid of. The belief is “It’s wrong to want more”. Its not so much about I don’t deserve it, as it is a belief that wanting more is evil and not wanting is righteous. While logically I don’t really buy into this, the more I think about feelings that I have under some situations, I think I have this belief. What are some alternative explanations for this? I am pretty sure that it comes from the church teachings I had as a child. I would really like to shed this belief, but haven’t been able to yet. Any ideas?

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Morty Lefkoe January 28, 2011 at

Hi Matthew,

If you really have the belief, it is easy to get rid of using the Lefkoe Belief Process. If you are able to use the steps of the LBP yourself, that’s the way to go.

If you are not, you can call us and schedule one session with a certified Lefkoe method facilitator and we can help you get rid of that belief and a few others in the one hour session. 415-884-0552.

Love, Morty

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Lisa January 27, 2011 at

Dear Morty….

I tried your 3 belief elimations having been referred by a friend. I loved the way you faciliate. It is both refreshing and insightful. As a ‘releasing’ website we hold Sunday evening live conference call sessions for our 400 members around the world on the variants of releasing and letting go of and eliminating belief structures and emotions.

We would simply love to have you come and facilitate a call for us. Would that be something that could be a possibility? We would like to spread the word for you and for our members to experience the phenomenal effects of your process. I know you are extremely busy and whatever happens, thankyou for bringing this wonderful process to the world…..

Much love

Lisa
XOX

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Morty Lefkoe January 28, 2011 at

Hi Lisa,

I’m looking forward to being interviewed by you on the call and answering any questions your members might have.

Thanks for inviting me.

Love, Morty

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Ashanti January 26, 2011 at

I remember my childhood well. My parents were very supporting and make me feel totally loved and did NOT give me the belief that I wanted to get rid of so a BIG part of your program was kinda off for me. I replaced most of what you said with the group of person who ACTUALLY gave me the belief. PLEASE BE MORE CAREFUL with what you say.

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Morty Lefkoe January 26, 2011 at

Hi Ashanti,

Based on our experience with over 13,000 clients, 99+% formed their self-esteem-type beliefs in childhood interactions with parents. So we created a product for those 99%.

Maybe your beliefs were formed differently.

I’m glad you were able to use the process by substituting a different source for the beliefs.

Love, Morty

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Shirley January 26, 2011 at

Dear Morty,
I have just completed your Natural Confidence program and I cannot thank you enough! I feel like a new person :) I will highly recommend it to everyone who will listen.
Natural Confidence is a pathway to emotional freedom. At times, I questioned the necessity for the repetition, but I am so pleased I stayed with it, because it works! It was through the repetition that I ‘got it’. At times, I thought the beliefs did not apply to me and almost skipped some of them, only to find I experienced a shift in feeling that told me some small part of me had believed it and now it was gone.
I think one of the great challenges in life is to see our parents as people. People who are sometimes confused and afraid and often without parenting training or skills. This program really helped me to see the role of poor parenting skills in my parents’ behavior. This alone was freeing as I no longer felt personally responsible — especially after I talked with uncle Morty :)
The changes this week have been dramatic. I am so grateful!

Thank you (as they say in French Merci Mille Fois) a thousand times!

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Morty Lefkoe January 26, 2011 at

Hi Shirley,

Thanks for sharing your experience with the NC program. I’m thrilled you feel “like a new person.”

Thanks also for telling others about our work.

Please stay in touch and let me know s you see more changes n your life.

Love, Morty

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Steve January 22, 2011 at

Great Program.
“I’m not who I think I am; I only experience Life through Who I think I am”

All the Best

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Morty Lefkoe January 28, 2011 at

Hi Steve,

Thanks for taking the time to comment.

Love, Morty

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Heidi January 21, 2011 at

Morty,
I watched the “I am not good enough video”. I don’t have the feeling that it worked for me. I guess, in my heart I don’t believe that you can not change feelings and believes that are rooted so deep inside just in a couple minutes.
I suggest that you offer the video to delete the believe that you cannot change so quickly as well for free. If that really works then more people would probably buy the other videos.
I also saw that you offer the stress video together with a lot of other videos, but the procrastinate video comes with less videos. Why?
I would need a couple if not all of the other videos as well.

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Morty Lefkoe January 28, 2011 at

Hi Heidi,

The stress and Natural Confidence programs have the same beliefs and conditionings. The other programs have fewer beliefs and conditionings, as fewer are needed to get rid of the problem.

However, the NC video has all the beliefs and conditionings of ALL the other programs, so if you get NC you can all the other programs for the same price.

The NC program includes Change is difficult. You also can purchase individual beliefs, including Change is difficult.

Let me know if you still have questions.

Love, Morty

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rani January 19, 2011 at

Hi. I just wanted to check if there is anyone in Johannesburg, South Africa that is doing this work? Pls let me know urgently. Thanks. Rani

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Morty Lefkoe January 19, 2011 at

Hi Rani,

There is no one in South Africa, but we work on the phone and on Skype with people in over 50 countries around the world. We could certainly have sessions with you that way.

Let me know if you have any additional questions.

Love, Morty

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rani January 19, 2011 at

Hi! I tried yr 3 free belief elimination processes and they were good. However, I do think that I have many underlying beliefs to eliminate first. I know you have to charge for the programs but I am unemployed as well and living off the generosity of family as I suffer with severe mental health problems. Is there any way that your programs can be made available to people like me? Thanks. Rani

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Morty Lefkoe January 28, 2011 at

Hi Rani,

Call me at 415-884-0552 or Skype me at mortylefkoe.

Love, Morty

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Matthew January 10, 2011 at

Morty. I have purchased your Recreate Your Life system and am finding great benefit from it. I am surprised at how many of the beliefs that you help clear, are beliefs that I really didn’t think I had. Can you suggest ways for me to find other beliefs that I don’t consciously think I have, so that I can work on clearing them using your method? I am struggling to identify more limiting beliefs that I might have, especially since I don’t consciously think they are a problem. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks.

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Morty Lefkoe January 19, 2011 at

Hi Matthew,

Take a look at the Table of Contents on my blog, http://mortylefkoe.com and look for posts dealing with identifying beliefs. There is at least one, maybe two.

The best way is to work with a trained certified Lefkoe Method Facilitator who can help you identify the beliefs and conditionings that cause specific problems, and then help you eliminate them.

Love, Morty

Love, Morty

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Peter foul mouth January 10, 2011 at

Dear All and Morty,

I mistakenly copied some pretty foul language regarding some of my issues.

I assumed that it would be cleaned up before posted to all. Please remove move post and I will copy in a clean one.

Thank you for addressing my mistake.

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Benny December 31, 2010 at

Hi Morty.

To keep a long story short… Your program has changed my life forever. It wasn’t just about eliminating those specific beliefs. It was about me being able to see that all my limitations are a joke I pulled on myself. It’s about me finally being able to realize I never saw my limiting beliefs to be true.

I am sitting here with tears in my eyes and a feeling of peace in my heart. Thank you so much.

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Franco Liberty December 20, 2010 at

Hello Morty,

I purchased the Natural Confidence program and just completed Belief #8. Overall, what if I can’t recall specific events in childhood but I do have a “sense” of my parent’s criticism, annoyance and anger? In fact, I can’t recall much, just a handful of memories prior to age 12.

And, at the end of a couple of belief processes, when I say out loud the belief, to determine if I still have the belief or not, I just kind of go blank and really don’t know. If I don’t know, does this mean I still have the belief?

Thanks for NC program. Looking forward to improving my life with great strides.

Fanco L.

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Morty Lefkoe December 20, 2010 at

Hi Franco,

You don’t need to remember specific events in your childhood. A sense of what happened is sufficient.

When you say the words of the belief at the end, does it feel like it did at the beginning when you thought you had the belief? If it feels the same, if it goes clunk, if you resonate with it, if it feels uncomfortable, you probably still have the belief.

If it feels very different than it did at the start, if the words feel sort of meaningless, if they don’t resonate, if they feel silly, if they aren’t difficult to say, the belief is probably gone.

Love, Morty

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Sally December 19, 2010 at

Hi again.

I happily want to add that I found your latest blogs. This is great. And for anyone else who haven’t, here’s the link; http://www.mortylefkoe.com/

But please, if you would, answer my inquiry below. Now, I’ll go back an check out this other website of yours.

Thank you again.

Sally

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Sally December 19, 2010 at

Mr. Lefkoe,

I’ve been looking over your site and I’ve come to realize that you haven’t posted any blogs for over a year. Is that right? If not, please reply with a link to your later stuff. I’m curious what you’re doing these days. And too, are there seminars that you offer.

Also, I went thru your video on busting a belief and I thought it was useful. My problem is my parents weren’t the problem, but it was my sisters and their childhood friends. They were very emotionally abusive to me and my parents just seemed to look the other way. I would put on a brave face, then later cry my eyes out when alone in my room. My mother’s favorite saying was, “this too will pass”. Well, now as an adult well into my forties, it hasn’t. Failed relationship after failed relationship, I always thought I was the problem and, in a sense, I am. That is, I now realize the beliefs I’ve carried with me since my childhood days were just an interpretation of the hurt I had to endure and nothing more. I created those beliefs and I can dispel them.

Finding Eckhart Tolle was a big help for me but your program seems to me much more practical. The one problem I can’t seem to get past is when I go through your video, it’s harder for me to relate since it’s all about the parents. Do you have programs that deal with siblings and/or others? I think that would be considerably more helpful for dealing with my past trauma.

Thanks for all you do.

Sally

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Morty Lefkoe December 19, 2010 at

Hi Sally,

After helping thousand of people, we have discovered that the source of most self-esteem beliefs is our interactions with our parents. There are rare cases in which that isn’t true, but it is for the most part.

Sometimes people aren’t aware of how they formed their beliefs between the ages of 2-6, but this is when they usually are formed.
If you read some of my old blog posts you’ll see more details on topic.

Happy Holidays.

Love, Morty

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Joe December 30, 2010 at

Hi,

Just like to say that I agree with Sally. The problem, most definitely, wasn’t with my parents but with my older siblings. If beliefs come about between 2 & 6, then it was from them, not my mom & dad. Guaranteed!

I’m sure your presentation may serve the majority of the population, but it does nothing for me. Plus, I’m sure not all beliefs are formed before the age of seven. Perhaps the core beliefs, which all others may hinge off of, but absolutely, positively not all.

Why not think about providing an alternate script excluding any reference to parents? I think you’ll find that there is an audience for it. I, for one, would welcome it.

Joe

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Morty Lefkoe December 30, 2010 at

Hi Joe,

As I told Sally, our experience with many thousands of clients is that core self-esteem beliefs usually are formed from interactions with parents. If they are formed in a unique way for you, I don’t know what that might be so i can’t write a script for it.

All you need to do is when the script asks, what is the source of the belief, you give whatever your source is. ANd when we are looking for alternative interpretations, make up your own to go with whatever your source it.

Let me know how this works for you.

Love, Morty

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Joe January 2, 2011 at

A quick follow-up, while at my brothers New Year’s Eve, he made a disparaging remark about me to some others to get a laugh. Nothing new there, but what was new was the lack of affect it had on me. Like other times I had no come-back, but at least this time it didn’t ruin my night. I just shrugged it off and almost felt sorry for him lowering himself like that to get some attention. I found this change in reaction by me encouraging and I can only attribute it to your free belief busting video. Very interesting, and thank you.

Joe

Frank December 18, 2010 at

Hi Morty,

I did take you up on your free offer and I did very much feel a shift, but it is very difficult for me to believe that this is long lasting. I tried other products that were excellent days and weeks after completing the course and then one day I seem to “wake up” and realize that over time I’m fell right back into the old mindset.

Everything you say in your talk is absolutely true and the old belief is eradicated, but how does one hid himself of all the tendencies and associated triggers he has accumulated over the course of his life? My belief is the world is unsafe. It formed when I was a very small child and was abandoned and even though I know now that it wasn’t intentional on my parent’s part, that is at that time they probably thought they were doing the best for me, my tendency to treat the world as unsafe seems unescapable.

I realize that I’ve created this as a very small child, but coming to grips with this with your free trial or any other system I’ve tried seems to help temporarily. As life gets in the way again I seem to unconsciously fall back into old negative patterns. Kind of like coming out of a motivational weekend. You’re on top of the world for a good three to five days and then the wonderment of it all wears off and you’re back where you were prior to that weekend.

I’ve come to believe, at least for me, there’s no magic bullet. This negative belief in so entrenched in every aspect of my life that it has simply become part of me. And I’ve tried a lot of programs which have a score of testimonials from all the same wealthy self-help “stars” that you have on your sites and in the long run… well, as you see, I’m still looking, so I still must not be clear of my limiting beliefs.

You seem like a great guy, though, and I’m not saying your system doesn’t help some people reversed their lives permanently. I’m just saying that, from my experience, it’s not as easy as you make it to be. Though, I say from the deepest part of my heart, I wish it were.

Frank

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Morty Lefkoe December 19, 2010 at

Hi Frank,

It sounds like you did eliminate the belief and still have the belief, Change is difficult, based on your past experiences. That belief is making it difficult to believe that you actually did eliminate a belief permanently.

From your experience it isn’t easy. From my experience of having worked directly with over 13,000 clients and helped over 70,000 on line, it is that easy.

Getting rid of one belief is only getting rid of one belief– not too much in your life will change. You have to eliminate all the beliefs that cause a problem for the problem to disappear permanently.

There s a lifetime, unconditional, money back guarantee on our Natural Confidence package. Check it out and let me know what you think.

http://recreateyourlife.com/naturalconfidence.

Love, Morty

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Frank December 19, 2010 at

Morty, you said,

“Change is difficult, based on your past experiences. That belief is making it difficult to believe that you actually did eliminate a belief permanently”.

Wow. That’s some statement. I’m actually having trouble wrapping my head around that. I guess what you’re saying is I need to eliminate my limiting belief that ridding myself of limiting beliefs permanently is difficult because I did eliminate a belief but I just won’t believe it. Is that about right? What a mind twister! But you could very well be right. I mean it sounds like double talk, but I know it isn’t. I know the mind is very tricky and you just might very well be on to something.

But can you answer me this? Is you program just a series of going thru that cartoon scenario of having four of your friends over and they have their own interpretations of what happened or is it more than that? I went through all three freebies and by the third one I’m thinking, “been there, done that” and I just didn’t have the same interest. The information on your link doesn’t provide enough detail of what I’m buying for $300. Perhaps a link on what I can expect from your program.

Thanks so much for answering. I have to admit. Of all those other programs I’ve bought into, I wouldn’t have had this type of interaction with the developer of the product.

Very unique.

Frank

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Frank December 19, 2010 at

I want to correct what I wrote above. Your product is as low as $200. Really not a bad price at all and especially compared to what I’ve paid in the past for other offers that haven’t come through on their claims.

Frank

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Morty Lefkoe December 20, 2010 at

Hi Frank,

The Natural Confidence program uses the Lefkoe belief process to help you eliminate 19 of the most common limiting beliefs and four conditionings– that cause most of the everyday problems people have. For details see: http://recreateyourlife.com/store.

The steps of the LBP are the same every time you eliminate a belief. Sorry. But you have to go through them every time you want to eliminate another belief. Getting rid of one or two doesn’t automatically get rid of all the others. And you have to get rid of all of the relevant ones to get rid of specific problems, such as a lack of confidence, a concern with the opinion of others, social anxiety, a fear of rejection, etc.

Love, Morty

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Frank December 22, 2010 at

Thanks for the follow-up, Morty.

To be honest, I’ll very likely purchase your program. I can sense honesty coming thru in everything you do. It’s good to see. I was looking at the blog you did on money beliefs and I saw myself as one of those that sometimes purchases self-improvement programs and don’t do them all wholeheartedly. But even for those that I gave pretty good effort toward, the results weren’t long lasting. But it could be a belief that change is hard or unlikely. That just might be it…

Thanks again, Frank

Harold December 12, 2010 at

Hi Morty,
Wow, I just finished the entire Natural Confidence program that you made available to me including the 4 conditionings. Thank you so much for this amazing work you have done. When I eliminated the first couple of beliefs I can remember thinking “Ok, I still feel depressed”. And other negative thoughts were there as well. But then I did the “WAIR” process and it was all down hill from there. I have heard and read through many teachings that I must take full responsibility for the results that I am getting in life. But this is the first time I have been given the tools to actually do that. It’s not that so many “bad” things have been done to me; it’s the meaning that I have assigned to those events that have kept me bound. And now that I know this, I can move forward by either choosing better meanings for the events in my life or simply leave them as the meaningless events they showed up as.
I no longer feel suicidal as a result of doing this program over the last 4 days.
There is silence in my mind. Over the last several weeks before doing the Lefkoe Method I had begun to tell myself “I hate you”. I would even look in the mirror and speak those words to myself. Even knowing that those words and thoughts would attract like words and thoughts didn’t hinder the negative beliefs and conditionings from continuing to destroy my life. Now that I know that I am not my thoughts, feelings or actions, I can recall that I am the consciousness in which those things manifest at anytime to get myself back on track.
I look forward to the changes that have already occurred in my life manifesting themselves in the coming days. I look forward to conquering the issue of money using the Lefkoe Method as well. I am setting a goal to have phone sessions with a certified Lefkoe Method facilitator within the next 60 days to do just that.
Again Morty I am eternally grateful for your generosity towards me. I look forward to continued growth and expansion.
Love Harold

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Morty Lefkoe December 12, 2010 at

Hi Harold,

Thanks for letting me know that our Natural Confidence program was so beneficial. Having been depressed myself I know how debilitating depression can be.

Please stay in touch and let us know how you are doing.

Love,Morty

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Bill December 8, 2010 at

Hi Morty,

Just a little thing. When I went to the sample video it wasn’t immediately clear that I should press the play button. I actually hit the continue button before watching the first video. Also, when I came to this page to leave this comment, it took me a while to find it at the bottom of the page. :-) Cheers, Bill

P.S. The first thing I thought when I discovered you, is “I like this guy.”

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Morty Lefkoe December 8, 2010 at

Hi Bill,

Sorry about the problem you had with the video but I’m glad you worked it out. What did you think of the video?

Also, there is a place to write a comment that the very top also.

And thanks for liking me.

Love, Morty

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ingrid November 27, 2010 at

MY BELIEF IS MORE SPECIFIC “I AM NOT CAPABLE … OF MAKING THE MONEY TO PAY MY RENT AND MY BILLS”. THIS HAS BEEN MY REALITY SINCE I DECIDED TO DO WHAT I LOVE AND ONLY WHAT I LOVE TO DO.
I AM A WRITER AND ACTRESS. IT’S BEEN MORALLY DEVASTATING.
HOW CAN I BELEIVE THAT I AM CAPABLE TO MAKE MONEY AND DO WHAT I LOVE AND ONLY WHAT I LOVE?

THANKS .

INGRID
310-9633870

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Morty Lefkoe November 28, 2010 at

Hi Ingrid,

Your belief is based on your recent experience of not being able to earn a living.

What you need to identify are the beliefs that created the situation of not being able to earn a living doing what you want to do. And then get rid of them.

The belief you name is not the source of the problem. It is a result of the problem.

Love, Morty

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all November 26, 2010 at

Hi Morty,
I have managed to eliminate the belief, that mistakes and failures are bad.
I wanted to leave a message to let you know so that it would add to the people responding positively to your work.
I have been working on myself for a long time now, maybe consciously for 15 years and it’s been tough. But through it all, I’ve never given up hope and I’ve kept going. It’s kind of like everything is finally coming together.
I’ve read Anthony robbins books and a lot of self-help books. I then decided I was going to research into what makes people happy and that’s when I found your website, which brought everything I’ve been doing over the years together.
I now see how I created and can therefore create what I want.
Thank you for all your hard work and contribution and I just hope I can share mine with others as you are doing.

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Morty Lefkoe November 26, 2010 at

Hi,

I’m happy to hear it is now coming all together for you.

Thanks for taking the time to write.

Love, Morty

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joseph November 16, 2010 at

Hey Morty, Thanks for sharing your great information with the world. Everything we do is created in the mind to some extent. I used to get really stressed out and think I had no time in my life. I started changing my perception of things as it was the way I was perceiving things that made me feel those signals of stress. Now, I have extra time, I am getting all my word completed and I feel great. I’ve always been a positive person. This just is taking it to the next level! Your program was a big part of this experience for me. Changing beliefs, are huge! Thanks again!

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Morty Lefkoe November 17, 2010 at

Hi Joseph,

Glad to hear our work is making a difference for you.

Which program did you do? Did you just eliminate the free beliefs or did you complete the Natural Confidence program with 19 beliefs and four conditionings that I guarantee to improve your confidence and reduce your stress, among other benefits?

Check it out at http://recreateyourlife.comnaturalconfidence.

Love, Morty

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Karthik November 14, 2010 at

Hi Morty,

I am going through the NC program and it is great!

A question: How can I avoid in the future forming limiting beliefs?

Thanks
Karthik

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Morty Lefkoe November 17, 2010 at

Hi Karthik,

Glad to hear you are getting value from our Natural Confidence program.

The best way to keep from forming new negative beliefs is just to be as conscious as possible and ask yourself constantly, what meaning am I giving to new situations in my life.

Love, Morty

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rajith November 12, 2010 at

this program was awesome simply feel grateful to the creator

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Morty Lefkoe November 12, 2010 at

Hi Rajith,

Glad it was “awesome.”

Your welcome, love, Morty

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Jon November 11, 2010 at

Hi Morty,

How can I go about eliminating beliefs which are not on the Natural Confidence programme? Can I find alternative interpretations to a belief which is specific to me and then say the belief elimination process to myself, or write it down? Would that work?

Looking forward to hearing your response,

Jon

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Morty Lefkoe November 12, 2010 at

Hi Jon,

If you can get through the process by yourself, then do it. Soem people can. Most people can’t.

If not, you can have phone or Skype sessions with a Certified Lefkoe Method Facilitator. Call us at 415-884-0552 for more information.

Love, Morty

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zobida October 29, 2010 at

Thanks a lot for your great work !
love zobida

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Morty Lefkoe October 31, 2010 at

Hi Zobida,

Glad you find it useful.

Love, Morty

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Bindu October 27, 2010 at

Morty,

I have completed all the beliefs and conditioning. I feel more confidant than before now but really wonder if the deconditioning has succeeded. What do you suggest if I don’t feel I have been properly deconditioned? A

Thanks,
Bindu

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Morty Lefkoe October 31, 2010 at

Hi Bindu,

Why do you think the process didn’t work?

When the stimulus appears, e.g., rejection or criticism, do you feel fear?

Love, Morty

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Bindu Chunduru November 3, 2010 at

Hey Morty,

Yes I am feeling fear an anxiety. And suddenly powerless as well. I have done the “I am Powerless” belief and felt great for a while. But some how when I try to decondition, I am either not understanding the concept or am not gettig it. I have joined a new company and suddenly certain situations are making me feel powerless. What do you suggest?

Thanks,
Bindu

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Morty Lefkoe November 3, 2010 at

Hi Bindu,

There are so many possible answers it is hard to know from your note.

It could be that the belief isn’t really gone so you should go back and work on I’m powerless again.

Also, there could be other related beliefs that are not on the NC program that are getting in your way. The beliefs and conditionings on NC are some of the most common, but there are many others not on that program that might be causing you problems.

The only way to identify and eliminate all the relevant beliefs is to have a private session with us.

If you are interested you can contact us at 415-884-0552 for more information.

Love, Morty

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Adina October 27, 2010 at

Dear Morty,
Was listening to your well-made & truly unique video on eliminating “I’m not capable,” and was wondering if these ideas can be applied to children.

My husband is the authoritarian type who is fond of “What is wrong with you?” and I often look at my daughter’s defeated face and tell her that he’s just mad and it doesn’t have to so with her abilities.

Do you think this is effective in preventing these beliefs from forming?

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Morty Lefkoe October 31, 2010 at

Hi Adina,

It certainly can’t hurt and could possibly help. Don’t deny her experience. Just show her that her father’s behavior could have several interpretations other than the one she probably is giving it.

Also, check out my wife Shelly’s new parenting course which is nothing short of brilliant. It shows how to keep children from forming negative beliefs.

http://thelefkoeway.com.

Love, Morty

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Dorothy October 26, 2010 at

Hi Morty
Well, I had to work on belief #5 again, I knew I would have to do this, this one has been difficult to shred up and out. I was so lost in the crowd as a child and being mediocre in everything I did became my way of life. This was caused from a sense of futility I felt because of family circumstances. This time around I felt the re assurance of Uncle Morty next door help me to re define my image of myself. I really struggled with this one, and couldn’t believe how deeply ingrained it was to get go of. Will come back to it again if need be, but feel much more positive the second time around. Thanks

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Morty Lefkoe October 31, 2010 at

Hi Dorothy,

I want to acknowledge your commitment to yourself, to doing whatever it takes to get rid of the beliefs that are holding you back.

Stay with it and you will love the changes that show up when the beliefs are all gone.

Love, Morty

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Tom October 26, 2010 at

Hi Morty,

Thank you for providing this program.

I’ve just started working my way through, with the first belief, “Mistakes and failure are bad.”

When you asked me to say the words out loud, a huge wave of sadness welled up from deep within. I don’t know exactly from where or when, it just happened.

Guess what came up for me. My later father, bless his soul, was an airline captain. He commanded his first airplane, a Grumman Goose seaplane, at age 21 or 22. Piloting was his passion and his interest, not parenting us four kids, of whom I’m the eldest.

He expected his commands, in the cockpit as well as at home, to be obeyed without question, without delay, and to the exact procedure required. That may have worked well in the cockpit, before the days when crew management training became the norm. But such an oppressive, authoritarian atmosphere hardly constituted a healthy, open, and experiential learning environment for children!

I’m not sure about Mom’s role. She fell under his ‘command’ as well and had little to say in the home.

Blessings,

Tom

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Morty Lefkoe October 31, 2010 at

Hi Tom,

Thanks for sharing your experience of doing the first belief with me. Everyone’s experience is different in eliminating the belief, but everyone experiences great freedom when the beliefs are gone.

Love, Morty

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lph October 24, 2010 at

I followed your program, or videos, on importance, and it really did help me. I had a dichotomy of a family, with one there for me physically and the other emotionally, but never at the same time. In context of my situation, whenever I tried to express myself, I felt like it didn’t matter and would have no end.

It’s really about having someone say it back to you; thanks.

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tom October 19, 2010 at

heya morty.

your voice is so familiar, are you a speaker for landmar k?

i beleive ive been to one of your seminars in melbourne australia.

please email me buddy

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Morty Lefkoe October 31, 2010 at

Hi Tom,

No, I’m not a speaker for Landmark. And I’ve never been to Australia, although I would like to some day.

Love, Morty

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Jon October 19, 2010 at

Hi Morty,

Is there any chance that the Lefkoe method be tailored to get rid of shy bladder syndrome?

Thanks,

Jon

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Morty Lefkoe October 31, 2010 at

Hi Jon,

To the extent that the problem is largely mental and not physical, then yes, we could help.

If it is probably a physical problem, we might not be able to.

Love, Morty

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Jon October 19, 2010 at

Hi Morty,

Can the Lefkoe method be tailored to get rid of shy bladder syndrome?

Thanks,

Jon

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claire October 17, 2010 at

Oops. I forgot to ask you this so here is an addendum to my previous post.
I can identify much more strongly with the belief you talk about in your video: “What makes me worthwhile is overcoming obstacles”. Bingo along comes a life of obstacles. I think this is a big one for me. I think/act like this: “Life is a challenge, and I am going to rise to each challenge and surmount it”. the only problem is it takes sooooo much energy now for me to surmount all the challenges I create in my life. I would prefer to go from A to B directly without confrontation, disappointment, bad luck, fate, unexpected turns of events etc.
How do I free myself of this in 30 minutes? That would really alter my life. Imagine what it would be like to achieve what I want without there having to be a battle, struggle, bloodshed and war! Life would be such a pleasure!
Hope you see a way to free me to live a life that is rewarding without the challenges!
I live in hope,
Claire

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Morty Lefkoe October 18, 2010 at

Hi Claire,

You can’t free yourself of this in 30 minutes.

You can eliminate a single belief in 30 minutes or even less, but you need to eliminate a bunch of beliefs before a given problem disappears.

And many thousands of people have disappeared many different types of problems by eliminating all the beliefs that caused the problems.

See also my answer to your other post.

Love, Morty

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Rick October 24, 2010 at

My take away from Morty’s method is that I create the meaning to all the events… I walk around now catching myself before I assign ‘battle’, ‘struggle’ etc… and know, with certainty, that I have the abilities to overcome whats in front of me to the best of my current abilities… and within my control of course…

Challenges happen every day. Your day will be exactly the way you want it.

In my opinion, I think it can be done in 30 minutes…

Thanks Morty… seeing life a lot differently these days….

Rick

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claire October 17, 2010 at

I tried to eliminate the belief “I’m not good enough”. I don’t know if this is the ideal belief for me to begin with, but it was more ‘real’ than the other two options you gave me, so I chose that one. After all, I know deep down, there are times – in later life – when I have felt not good enough – though I have difficulties feeling this or recreating that feeling as a child.
So I’ve been throughyour exercise, done the replay once and still feel no better. I cannot really believe my parents were disapproving for another reason. They did react like that because they did disapprove of me/my behaviour.
On an intellectual level I understand that we attribute meaning to events, and I have experienced this Aha moment for myself spontaneously when realising that events were not perhaps as I had initially interpreted them. So your line of logic makes sense.
But in this instance I can’t let go of the meaning I attach to it. Of rejection, anger….. in fact I seem more able now to feel the “I’m not good enough” than I could before I started the exercise.
Two very probable, rational explanations for my Dad’s glazed, bulging eyes or my Mum squeezing my knuckles til it really hurt could be:
A) Dad had post-traumatic stress disorder (a fact) and he didn’t like any unpleasantness – so eye rolling at me when I performed wrongly in his view
B) My mother was very stressed and afraid of losing her job, so it was important that my off-behaviour was kerbed immediately in case there were negative repercussions (we lived at their place of work, so naughty kids could be a risk to her employment).
Both are probably the real meaning I should attribute to their disapproval. [Not wanting to confront bad behaviour; fearing losing job if I misbehaved]. However it does not make me feel any better about myself.
It just doesn’t work. I continue to hold the belief and I am afraid this exercise has just reinforced it.
Hope you can help me!!

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Morty Lefkoe October 18, 2010 at

Hi Claire,

The issue is not did you feel I’m not good enough as a child. Do you feel it is true today? You state at the end of your post that you do hold the belief.

The question is not were your parents disapproving of you for another reason. They criticized you. They might well have disapproved of your behavior. That is a fact. I’m not good enough is your interpretation of that fact.

If I know your parents criticized you as a child, what do I know about you as a human being … for sure. What can I be absolutely positive about?

Can you get that I don’t know if you are good enough or not. In fact, I don’t know anything about you at all from knowing how two people treated you as a child.

So your parents behavior has no inherent meaning. There is no “real” meaning. The only meaning for your parents’ behavior is that which you made up in your mind.

There is nothing to let go of. All you need to do is get your parents’ behavior has no inherent meaning, it doesn’t necessarily mean I’m not good enough, and the belief will be gone.

Also, there is no way to reinforce a belief. You either believe something is true or you don’t. It is on or off. There is no in-between.

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Jorge October 12, 2010 at

Hi Morty

I been anable to remember much about my relationship with my parents because I never live with my father and my mother were almost always over protecting me. Perhaps my beliefs have another root. How can you help me?
Regards
Jorge

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Bindu October 12, 2010 at

Hello Morty,

I have successfully eliminated one belief for free and really saw a difference after watching the “Who am I” piece. I went ahead and bought the Natural confidance DVD set and received an email with an order confirmation but no where is it mentioned when the DVDs will be sent or any means of tracking my order. I tried looking for a phone number I could call but could not find anything. Is there a number I could call someone at regarding my order?

Thanks,
Bindu

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Dorothy October 11, 2010 at

Hi Morty,
For some reason I felt strangely ill at ease after watching #5. All my life I have been considered a nice person and people like me. It was like I was stripping away something I was afraid to look at. I almost felt anger. It that unusual?