Limiting Believes

Posted on 9th May, 2019

 

 

I meet many people in my practice and, I hear many different stories and issues that they have in their lives. Many try solving them in conventional ways, but this doesn’t always help and either new issues are created or symptoms persist. why?

 

The law of attraction really works, While solving problems and addressing the issues outside of us purely by intelectual or physical means, The state of mind doesn’t change, it continues to emanate same vibrations creating same or similar life situations.

 

Spiritual approach is different – Taking responsibility and changing the core vibration inside of us – our subconscious mind we can expect situation and issues to change. Searching for the answers within ourselves first helps.

 

 

Limiting believes

 

Limiting Belief nr.1: 'I can’t be my real self or I’ll be judged.'

 

Consider these seemingly benign statements we say on a daily basis:

  • 'I can’t tell the truth because I may get judged…'
  • 'I don’t want to get close to this person lest my heart gets broken…'
  • 'I don’t want to ask for what I want because, what if I get rejected?'
  • 'I can’t trust people because I’ve been betrayed before…'
  • 'I can’t pursue my dreams because I don’t know what I’d do if I fail…'
  • 'I can’t do X because of Y…'
  • 'I can’t do A because of B…'

Embrace these beliefs instead:

  • 'It is not my job to please people in life.'
  • 'Be me. There’ll never be anyone else like me.'

This may cause your believe sytem to shatter and therefore keep your energy working against you. 

Limiting Belief #2: “I can’t fall in love or I’ll get my heart broken.”

To find true love, you need to put yourself out there and allow yourself to be vulnerable. While you may get hurt in the process, it’s part and parcel of any love journey. Know that it’s not possible to form a true connection without first being vulnerable. To avoid love out of fear of being hurt will only lead to a fear-based, loveless life filled with “what if’s, regrets, and “I wish I did xxx” when you grow older.

 

Embrace these beliefs instead:

  • “I love freely because it is part of being human.”
  • “It is by opening my heart that I will attract the right kind of love into my life.”
  • “Heartbreaks help me to learn more about myself and love; they move me closer towards attracting the right person into my life.”

Limiting Belief #3: “I can’t ask for what I want because I may get rejected.”

In life, people face rejection all the time. Rather than avoid rejection, learn to handle it. Rejection is merely a process that lets you know that you’re poking in the wrong direction so that you can adjust your strategy and move in the right direction. By shying away from asking because you don’t want to face rejection, you’ll only rob yourself of opportunities to get what you want. The universe wants to give you what you want — create the chance for it to do so. 

 

Embrace these beliefs instead:

  • “Rejection is part and parcel of life. Every ‘no’ will lead me closer to a ‘yes.'”
  • “I need to first ask in order to receive.”

 

Limiting Belief #4: “I can’t trust people lest they betray my trust.”

Betrayal never feels good but that doesn’t mean you should close yourself off from others. Just because there are a few bad eggs it doesn’t mean you should stop trusting others. Doing so will keep you from meeting amazing people and make you constantly live in fear.

So, trust freely while being smart about how you handle toxic people. Cut off the bad eggs while opening yourself to receive new people into your life.

 

Embrace these beliefs instead:

  • “Everyone is deserving of my trust unless otherwise disproved.”
  • “Without trust, I can’t form a meaningful relationship with anyone.”

Limiting Belief #5: “I can’t pursue my dreams because I may fail.”

 

Failure is over-glorified in today’s world. People fail all the time — there’s no need to make a big hoo-ha out of it. What’s more important is the actions you take when things don’t go your way. How can you learn from your failures? How can you turn your failures into success? These are the questions to ask yourself as you pursue your dreams.

 

Embrace these beliefs instead:

  • “My dreams are mine for the taking.”
  • “Whatever I can conceive, I can achieve. It’s up to me to take the steps to make things happen.”

Limiting Belief #6: “I don’t need to be successful so I’m not going to strive for success.”

 

You don’t need a reason to achieve success because you’re meant for success. But supposed you do need one — what would you do if you are hugely successful, have a billion dollars, and are well-known? How can you put this success, money, and fame to the highest use? Perhaps this answer is the answer you need to strive for your highest potential.

 

Embrace these beliefs instead:

  • “I succeed simply because I can.”
  • “By being successful, I have more resources to achieve my highest goals and dreams and to support the highest good of mankind.”

Limiting Belief #7: “It’s too late to pursue my dreams.”

 

If you often say that it is too late to pursue your dreams, recognize that age isn’t the real limiting factor here — your belief that it is a limiting factor is the limiting factor. Forget the standard societal definition where one needs to be at a certain place in life at a certain age to be considered successful. Your life path is bigger than such predefined tracks. Create your own life path and make it happen.

 

Embrace these beliefs instead:

  • “It’s never too late to pursue anything. What’s more important is that I take action now.”
  • “Age is just a number. My current age is just a reflection of the number of years I’ve been alive, but not a reflection of my unlimited power as a being.”

What are Your Self-Limiting Beliefs?

Do you carry any limiting beliefs? How are you going to turn them around?

 

 

 

 

Self sabotage 


Thats yet another issue that is cause by limiting believes of low self esteem, such as 'I am not important', 'I am not good enough', 'Too good to be true', 'She or he is too good for me, I do not deserve' etc. These believes cause us to refuse things and events in our lives, by vibrationally creating situations that cause us to see what we really truly believe in our subconscious.  

 

Best

 

 

 

Yours Valdas

 

 

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