The highest expression of belief is miracles.
The lowest is to doubt.
You choose. You will manifest according to your belief or doubt (disbelief).
The template has always been to cast doubt. Once doubt is believed, you’ve lost your power and you will manifest illusions that convince you that your loss is permanent.
Healing, therefore, is a realignment of your power with your innate divinity regardless of any other consideration such as your religious persuasion or agnosticism.
I’m sure the above has been stated in countless ways in different eras and in different cultures. For me, the above statemnt is yet another way to communicate how beliefs work in a way that’s as rational as possible without being captive to the gravity of beliefs.
Beliefs agnostically self-reinforce instantaneously, creating feelings, thoughts, and actions in that order, which themselves create more self-reinforcing feelings, thoughts, and actions.
If you don’t believe those 21 words rationally describe how beliefs work, then that gets reinforced and you manifest the doubt.
I don’t know what others think of those 21 words. I’ve yet to receive a reply from any of the various professional Philosophers or Theologians regarding any aspect of beliefs in General. All I do know is that Philosophy considers beliefs to be a sign of irrationality, and Theology has nothing to say about beliefs.
Shouldn’t Philosophy be interested that those 21 words lay waste to their rational arguments about beliefs and how Philosophy was created? Plato’s Allegory of the Cave came this —][— close to figuring out how beliefs work. But instead, it remains an allegory about allegories: don’t depend on them to bring you up into the sunshine.
Shouldn’t Theology realize that those 21 words obliterate the cornerstones that have been staked out for thousands of years? Most interesting is how those 21 words make an extremely powerful case for the Bible. Not as a literal, but as both a physics operating manual, and a practical guide to avoid giving away your power.
If you can wrap your mind around those 21 words and use them to parse the flaws in your thinking about life from any modality, then it changes absolutely everything that we’ve been taught by the religious authorities, and it shows what a radical Jesus was. It got him murdered, and forming a new religion based on a murder dilutes his message to such an extreme that what the holy fuck are Theologians talking about?
Which is exactly what Jesus wondered, too, calling out the Pharisees for their sheer hypocrisy, and belittling the Sadducees for their utter lack of spine.
“Unless you believe like a child you will by no means enter into the kingdom of God.”
Believe in what? Nothing, just believe.
The Kingdom of God? Beliefs are your divinity.
Doubting is what caused Eve to bite the apple.