Embracing Change and Building New Patterns

Change is an inevitable part of life. We often find ourselves stuck in patterns that no longer serve us, holding onto beliefs and habits that hinder our growth. Bentinho Massaro emphasizes the importance of aligning with our higher self and creating new patterns that resonate with our true being.

“The frustration is not that things don’t happen fast enough; the frustration is that you keep waiting.” – Bentinho Massaro

In his teachings, Bentinho explains that waiting for circumstances to change is a misalignment with our higher self. Our higher self encourages us to be proactive, to focus on what we want to create rather than waiting for external circumstances to dictate our happiness.

This concept is similar to the biblical principle found in Philippians 4:13, “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.” It reminds us that we have the power to overcome obstacles and create our desired reality, not by passively waiting but through active faith and alignment with our higher purpose.

Building new patterns requires recognizing that our current habits and beliefs might not serve our highest good. It’s about understanding that everything, including our addictions and habits, are choices reflecting our beliefs. By changing our beliefs, we change our patterns.

Key Steps to Building New Patterns:

  1. Identify Limiting Beliefs: Understand what beliefs are holding you back.
  2. Align with Your Higher Self: Focus on what excites you and brings you joy.
  3. Embrace Change Lovingly: Acknowledge the role of old beliefs and let them go with gratitude.
  4. Create New, Empowering Beliefs: Focus on beliefs that align with your higher purpose and joy.
  5. Be Patient and Persistent: Change doesn’t happen overnight. Be consistent in your efforts.

Bentinho’s approach encourages us to view our limiting beliefs not as obstacles but as opportunities for growth. By lovingly acknowledging these beliefs and understanding why they no longer serve us, we can transform them and align more closely with our true selves.

Remember, building new patterns is not just about changing what we do; it’s about changing how we think and perceive the world. It’s a journey of self-discovery and empowerment.

Quote: “Treat your limiting beliefs with the utmost respect. Give them notice, throw them a party, and thank them for their service. Then, move on with your life.” – Bentinho Massaro

Bible Verse: “Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, the new creation has come: The old has gone, the new is here!” – 2 Corinthians 5:17