Experiential Belief Strands
What is it in and of itself ? What are its building blocks?
The belief structure of an individual is made up of experiential beliefs strands. These strands consists of usually 3 (or 4) primary beliefs. The core belief, a major belief, and a supporting belief. All strands in the belief structure lead to the individuals singular core belief. These strands were created from the core belief outward to each supporting belief. However, the strand is experienced from the supporting belief inward to the core belief.
The first 3 or 4 held beliefs make up an individual’s
Main Experiential Beliefs Strand
The core is the first belief held and is the core essence of an individuals experience. The main major belief reinforces or is justified by the core, and main supporting belief reinforces or is justified the main major belief.
Beliefs on a strand justify upwards and reinforce downwards.