An opinion is presuming something to be true, to be a reality. An opinion isn’t stimulated, it’s produced by choice. An opinion about a thing‘s being isn’t the same as its existence.
To successfully draw in your hopes it’s crucial that your feelings are congruent with them. If, for instance, you desire a happy loving relationship but bear negative feelings about the opposite sex, love, or yourself for that matter, you will produce counter results.
Beliefs are constructed during an early age and at other key periods in your life. They can be formed and molded by family, peers, society and media, and a large number you may not even be aware of.
Opinions are not the truth, but merely a perception and toleration of such. What‘s great about opinions is that you can alter them and pick out the ones that accommodate you and back up your imagination and dreams.
Whatever the mind can conceive and believe, it can accomplish.
A different key element to drawing in and allowing the realities you look for is a sense of worth. If you do not feel that you deserve the truth you want, you’ll block its manifestation or undermine it once it arrives. Your sense of worth reflects your level of self-value and is meddled by guilt, dishonor, self-judgment and negative self-concepts.
Self-love and self-forgiveness always increase your sense of worth.
The fact is that you deserve wholly and utterly just by being alive. Once you acknowledge and awaken to your spiritual value, your inherent purity and worth and the true nature of your being, issues of worth are solved.