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Go Beyond Your Limiting Beliefs: Identify and change the Things that pull you down.

We all have belief statements that we repeat a few times or more, sometimes more deeply than reflect these programs rooted in our subconscious. Beliefs can be useful or not. Distinguishing what a personal belief is, and whether it is limited or not, is all based on your level of satisfaction with your situation.

So, how do you identify a personal belief?

A good way to determine what you believe is to be attentive to the answers to the following questions:

  • What is missing in your life?
  • Why are you making excuses to do what you need to do?
  • To whom or to whom do you point your finger for not doing what needs to be done?
  • What is your goal?
  • What kind of attitudes do you have? Most positive or negative?
  • What arouses fear in you?
  • What makes you angry?
  • What situations make you look dramatic or reactive?
  • What prevents you from taking action?
  • What keeps you from conforming or giving in?
  • Do you get caught up in power games with family, friends, or co-workers?
  • Is perfectionism preventing you from taking action?
  • Do you procrastinate?
  • Do you have negative expectations?
  • Do you have weak limits?
  • Are your habits supporting you or sabotaging you?
  • Do you have things stored inside you like feelings, emotions for a long time?
  • How is the quality of your life, work, money, love, happiness, relationships, living … environment, health, is there a balance between them?
  • What does it take for you to be financially independent?
  • How much do you love yourself?
  • How much do you respect yourself?
  • How much do you admire yourself?
  • What role does your ego play?
  • How honest are you with yourself when answering these questions?

After answering these questions, find out if it is a belief by asking:

“Is this true for ALL the people in the world?”

For example, the statement: To be rich you have to work hard.

Is this true for everyone in the world?

Well, while it may be true in many circumstances, it may not be true for everyone. I personally know some people who have an abundance of money and don’t have to work hard. Some have inherited money, others have found a legal way to earn money through outsourcing, others still love their work so much that they never have a hard time making money.

To be… rich you must work very hard – it must be a personal belief because it is not true for everyone.

Once you discover your beliefs, you need to be bold enough to ask some tough questions …

The questions look something like this:

  • Is my statement, belief or thought true for everyone in the world?
  • Is what I believe in myself really true and do I believe without a doubt that it is true?
  • When I believe that thought or statement, how do I react, what happens?
  • What did this belief or thought cost me? What has prevented me from doing, from being or having?
  • Who would I be without this thought or belief?
  • Are there times in my past when the opposite of my belief was true?
  • In other words, go back to your personal experience and make up several memories of when the opposite was true.

In this way, by expanding self-knowledge, you will be going to the root of your beliefs and thus demystifying the reaction of your emotions.

Now, practice your discoveries and apply in the way your subconscious absorbs your new perspectives.

Access the “Course” area and practice with the “Guided Exercise”, which I have prepared exclusively for you to eliminate once and for all your limiting beliefs.

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