Embracing Belief and Faith to Create Your Reality

Have you ever felt stuck in your life, as if you’re drawing a picture but somehow keep sketching yourself into a corner? The key to expanding your possibilities lies in the power of belief and faith. It’s often our lack of faith and vision that keeps us contracted and limited. But what if I told you that you have the ability to create your own reality?

Consider this: if you’re drawing a picture of your life, why would you choose to draw yourself stuck? It’s the lack of faith that leads to a lack of vision. When you doubt your abilities, you might find yourself asking questions like, “What if I can’t find a job that resonates with me?” But the swiftest way to deal with these doubts is to align yourself with your truest intentions. This isn’t about practicalities or inabilities; it’s about self-doubt.

Practicing faith is essential, especially during transitional phases. It’s easy to feel inspired for a moment, perhaps after watching an uplifting video or reading an inspiring blog post. You might feel ready to quit your job, end a relationship, or live without money, trusting the universe to provide for you. But when the transition begins, and the logistics and self-doubts appear, can you maintain that level of faith?

You can quit your job right now, and something will show up for sure, because your belief system will support that transition. However, if you start doubting and lose faith, you’ll find yourself struggling to piece together a new reality. It’s important to align with the universe and trust that it will support you, even if you start doubting. God does favor the bold, and you will be supported in your bold choices.

Your belief system ultimately determines the reality you experience. The Creator, no matter how gracious, cannot go against your free will. If you insist that you’re unworthy of an amazing job or an abundant life, then even the Creator cannot help you. Sometimes, it’s about giving everything to God and trusting that the Creator’s grace will present you with the highest options available.

When you open yourself to faith, you start seeing possibilities instead of limitations. You begin to view reality from all possible angles, both humanly and non-humanly possible. The highest vision for you is the vision that the Creator has for you. By trusting in your highest self, you’ll receive guidance on what to do and when to do it.

It’s essential to catch yourself when you start doubting and find ways to snap out of it. Whether it’s going for a walk, listening to an uplifting session, or simply reminding yourself to trust in God, use whatever technique works for you. Remember, you’re the one drawing the picture of your life. By embracing belief and faith, you can erase the limitations you’ve drawn and marvel in the infinite space of possibilities.

“The limits in your life are often self-imposed. When you up your faith levels, give everything to God, and trust, grace fills your vision and allows you to see multiple possibilities.” – Bentinho Massaro

Bible Reference: “Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and do not lean on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make straight your paths.” – Proverbs 3:5-6

Summary Points:

  • Your beliefs shape your reality: What you believe to be possible determines the experiences you’ll have.
  • Faith and positive vision are essential: Overcoming self-doubt requires trusting in yourself and a higher power (the universe, God, etc.).
  • Maintain faith during transitions: Even after you take a leap, you need to stay aligned with your intentions and keep a positive outlook during the change.
  • Surrender and trust: Giving your worries and burdens to a higher power allows grace to flow, opening up new possibilities.
  • Seek unseen options: Don’t limit yourself to obvious choices. Ask for expanded possibilities and let the universe surprise you.


  1. Reflect on limiting beliefs: What doubts do you have about your ability to create the life you want? Write them down.
  2. Practice affirmations: Counter those doubts with positive affirmations like, “I am capable of achieving my goals,” or “The universe supports me.”
  3. Take a small leap of faith: Choose one area where you want to see change. Make a decision aligned with your intention, even if it feels scary.
  4. Journal about the transition: Document your thoughts, feelings, and any challenges during the change. Note how your faith affects your experience.
  5. Seek guidance: If the concept of “giving it to God” resonates, explore ways to establish a stronger connection with your understanding of a higher power. This might involve prayer, meditation, or spiritual readings.