Can releasing general beliefs help us release specific beliefs?

Can a focus on releasing beliefs that are general in scope allow us to indirectly release specific beliefs? Or is it necessary to focus on releasing specific trauma?

Letting go of general beliefs can encourage you to practice letting go of more specific ones.

It depends on the themes of exploration, the person involved, and the personality construct, as to whether absolute specificity is required in all cases.

In most cases, it may be representative of a theme you do need to investigate and explore. But letting go of more general things you believe you can handle to let go of, can encourage you and give you the practice you need to let go of more specific things more easily.

Bashar - The Three Behaviors of Connection - July 2023