Beliefs came from the real experiences but often we forget that the original experience is not the same as what is happening in our life now. Our values and beliefs affect the quality of our work and all our relationships because what you believe is what you experience. We tend to think that our beliefs are based on reality, but it is our beliefs that govern our experiences.
Beliefs refers to a persons conviction about a certain idea; it embodies people’s perception of reality and includes the primitive ideas of the universe as well as the scientist’s empirical view of the world. For example: beliefs in spirits, belief in gravity, or belief in life after death. Belief is the physchological state in which an individual holds a proposition or premise to be true. Beliefs are stubborn but can be changed in the face of overwhelming evidence. Individuals operating within social or cultural systems learn the important values of that group.
If they accept and live those values the majority of the time, they will be able to exist in that group and depend on group membership when seeking necessary resources. If they do not accept or display the majority of these values, they risk being cast out and cannot depend on group support when needed. This study gives the family a chance to really examine their thoughts and feelings and its relevance to their lives. Family values and beliefs are able to make profound connections between the real world and their private lives.