A convenient belief is something you believe to be true, whether it actually is or not. It is a belief that is convenient for you because it serves a purpose in your life. A good example is distance healing. Sending your thoughts, prayers, positive vibes, or “healing energy” long distance to help someone heal may sound a bit ludicrous to some people. But for those who practice it, and can cite amazing results from doing it, they have no doubt it works.
So the question is: If the results are positive, does it matter if you can’t scientifically prove the process? [Read more…]