There as a pretty interesting phenomenon from a couple hundred years ago, regarding primitive cultures and sex.
There was this young, enthusiastic female anthropologist from England. She’d gotten some kind of grant to go and study these south pacific islanders.
They, however, knew she was a “beginner” and told her a bunch of made up lies, just to have some fun.
She came back to Victorian England filled with tales of an openly sexual society where everybody freely had sex with everybody else.
As expected, tales of this far away land spread like wildfire, and pretty soon was the topic of conversation at upper class parties.
Those “people” who have sex with wanton abandon.
Now, the older anthropologists who’d been around for a while knew something was up. So they went down there and found out it was all a tall tale. They were only “performing for the cameras” so to speak.
Here’s the funny part. Even though the story of the mythical place where everybody is openly having sex with everybody else had been thoroughly and scientifically debunked, people still believed it.
For at least a hundred years, even respected journals talked about this magical sex kingdom as if it actually existed, even though it had been proven to be a huge practical joke.
Beliefs are a funny thing. There’s many reason why we’ll believe a particular belief, and strangely enough, truth isn’t a requirement.
If it makes us feel good, if it’s easy to wrap our mind around and it “makes sense,” or if it protects our ego, we’ll believe it’s true even if there’s contrary evidence right in front of us.
Now, this is fine and dandy when you’re talking about some South Sea Island sex party, but when you’ve got some limiting beliefs in your mind that are not only NOT true, but are keeping you from easily getting all the good things in life, then it becomes a problem.
Luckily, all it takes is a few linguistic Kung Fu skills to blast those beliefs to bits, so they never bother you again.