30 May What Do You Believe In?
– How to identify (and change) strong negative beliefs –
Overcoming negative, limiting beliefs is one of the biggest battles we’ll ever face. One of the common questions I hear is, “What ARE limiting beliefs, and how do I know what mine are?” Let me break it down, because this is so simple.
A limiting belief is a negative thought that plays over and over until it becomes a pattern … a belief. Who plays out this pattern so eloquently? You guessed it … our ego-thinking is at the bottom of all this.
You may find that looking for those strong, negative beliefs is a rabbit hole that’s just not worth going down. How productive is THAT? After all, Ego doesn’t want you to find these limiting beliefs, because then it loses control over you! So even if you DO find a limiting belief, ego will go to the ends of the earth to prove itself right.
Why try to FIND those energetic blocks if your time could be spent more productively, in looking for the positive beliefs that can serve you so well … if you’ll simply expand on THOSE?
If you’d rather focus on your strengths than your unknown weaknesses (even if you don’t know what they are), then this topic is for you!
In this week’s episode, you’ll also learn:
- What ARE limiting beliefs, and how do I know what mine are?
- How to find those inner positive beliefs that may have been buried over time
- How to identify the ONE positive belief that can help you get to that next level of success
These are spiritual lessons with a practical edge. You can also listen in for the short exercise that’s designed to help you implement this week’s topic.
If you’re someone who has the audacity… the willingness to take bold risks… then you can use the powers of alchemy to transform challenges into positive new successes starting today!
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