Dr. Holmes wrote, “Nature is not foolish; she does nothing without an ample reason, leaves no gaps and provides for all emergencies."
Gaps are made by us. We decide what we must climb over or step over or fill in over to get to what or where we want.
Anybody out there have some gaps?
Tony Robbins has said, “the past does not equal the future unless you live there.”
So, where are you living...in your mind?
You may ask how do you get away from that "there" to get to "that" there? Or, the platform to the train or the train to the platform?
The answer lies in a spiritual practice. A mental practice. Daily, hourly, or at any moment of the day possible, engage in a spiritual practice. This may include affirmations, self-talk, meditation, visioning, reading and comprehending, workshops or classes, the James Mellon's Mental Muscle and other such in-depth experiential programs, or just good ole spiritual mind treatment - affirmative prayer.
Stay focused. Be aware. Be mindful and decide to rid yourself of the limiting beliefs that don't suit you or serve you. And work your spiritual mind practice until you do so.
Dr. Rosalene Glickman has a formula for life: "Accept, Understand, Optimize"
As they say at the Global Truth Center: Love Only, Forgive Everything, Remember Who You Are!
Napoleon Hill has a famous saying: “Whatever the mind can conceive and believe, it can achieve.”
To change a belief is easy. It might take time, but it's easy. It might take consideration and thought, but it's easy. It may take a conscious and consistent use of that stuff bouncing around in that brain of ours - thoughts and feelings - but it's easy. You might have to restructure your self talk words, meditate more, move your feet more after you treat, but it's easy.
Just stay focused and consistent.
What's hard is what happens when you don't do the work.
And the best thing is ... once you change or heal your beliefs ... you don't have to deal with the intricacies of how your new belief will manifest.
The Universe will take care of that.