Breaking Free From the Chains of Limiting Beliefs


Limiting beliefs hold us back. A bold statement to kick off this post.

chains

In my last post I talked about: “I Am that which I think I AM.” This post follows on from that and those eight words. Our limiting beliefs form the “I Am” that is our current existence. Another way of writing this is the equation below:

Be Do Have

B+T+A=R [Beliefs + Thoughts + Action = Results/Outcomes]

We repeat the above on automatic pilot. Day in and day out. We rarely question out beliefs, thoughts or actions. We do question the results or outcomes of our lives, but at times struggle to change or understand why we get the results that we do. These subconscious programs hold us back. Limiting us.

Using the phrase – “I Am that which I think I Am”, helps us to shine a light on our chains, our limiting beliefs, if we so choose. It helps us to see where we can focus our energy to make changes. To develop better beliefs, supporting thoughts and actions that are in alignment with the new beliefs. All three working together to create the outcomes and results that we desire.

torch light

So shine a light on your limiting beliefs. Take ownership of your thoughts and follow through on your actions to have better outcomes and results. Break free from the limiting beliefs of the past. See possibility and move toward it.

Until next time

metta

Garth

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About selfhypnosisresource

Hi there. I have an interest in personal change - for the better and have done so for many years. I am working on meditation - that's a work in progress. I have been on a number of Vipassana retreats. I found these of great value. I also have an interest in self-hypnosis and how it can help with self improvement. My blog is on topics associated with personal change, hypnosis, Vipassana and Huna
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