How To Make Beliefs That Work For You


Do you believe that you have the ability to attract every opportunity?

Or do you believe that some things are simply unavailable to you? You may not realize it, but you make a belief — and the universe matches your expectations.

By making new beliefs that love, success, and great health are available to you, you can have your expectations met. But how do you get rid of limiting beliefs you have had for a long time?

In this 40-minute talk from Mindvalley A-Fest Costa Rica 2015, the woman voted as the best hypnotherapist in the UK, Marisa Peer, teaches how to train your mind to attract abundance.

The Best Highlights


  • (6:28) — Marissa gives real examples of famous celebrities to show first you make your beliefs, then your beliefs make you;

  • (14:14) — You will start questioning your own beliefs about what you think is not available to you;

  • (23:02) — Marisa demonstrates with a live audience how beliefs are real;

  • (34:45) — You’ll discover a powerful exercise for instilling new beliefs that everything is available to you.

If you want to create new beliefs and attract positive changes for a happier life, join other brilliant minds at Mindvalley A-Fest Montego Bay 2017 and learn how you can take your life's purpose to the next level.

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Do you agree with Marisa that your beliefs can provide you with amazing opportunities? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

Marisa Peer

Marisa Peer

Marisa Peer is a Mindvalley author and was named Britain’s best therapist by Tatler magazine. Her extensive client list over the past 25 years includes royalty, rock stars, Hollywood actors, Olympic athletes, CEOs of multibillion dollar companies and political leaders. She uses the power of Transformational Hypnotherapy, a science of turning ordinary people into extraordinary individuals within one of two sessions. Through her work, Marisa has discovered that there are eight unique Mental Thought Models that the top 1% of super-achievers in the world possess. But 99% of the population lack at least one of them.

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