Change Your Limiting Beliefs To Have A More Fulfilling Life

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There are good beliefs and bad beliefs – each one affecting your life in some form or fashion. For example, your good beliefs are created to assist you throughout life while your bad beliefs can hinder you from being successful in life – to stop you from moving forward in life.

If you’re tired of feeling like the world is against you, it’s time for you to make a change.

Bad beliefs are what is known as limiting beliefs (limiting you to what you believe you can do, can have or experience). You can eliminate these beliefs permanently, but you need to understand that they are protecting you… for some reason.

Limiting beliefs are not inherited at birth. After all, you did not come into this life thinking it was difficult to make money or friends. You didn’t just think you’re short or not very bright. You never thought you were a terrible person.

Your beliefs were instilled during childhood due to your experiences and things you heard when young. The majority of beliefs come about before you turn six years old, which means you never know when the belief came about.

It is possible to learn what led to the belief if you think back on the experiences you had or the statements that you heard in childhood. For example, you may have heard that money does not grow on trees, which makes you think negative about money.

When your beliefs were being formed, it caused the subconscious mind created an internal image of who you are because of those beliefs. Every time a belief formed, the subconscious mind included it into the blueprint. This blueprint affects every part of your life – actions, experiences and thoughts. The only part of you that knows the blueprint is the subconscious mind, and it’ll work extremely hard to keep up the image.

Unless you change the blueprint, it will stop you from getting what you want in your life. These limiting beliefs will control your thoughts and actions in your life. When you want or desire something, you need to think beyond the blueprint or else your limiting beliefs will rear their ugly head and keep you from attaining what it is you want.

Are you tired of living a negative life? If so, then it may be your limiting beliefs holding you back. If you want to get more joy from your life, you need to make positive changes to your blueprint.

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Beliefs Are Just Your Perception Of Reality

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Your limiting beliefs began small – a minor interpretation of a perceived reality due to something happening to you or around you. You look at the event through the experiences you’ve had already in your life – things you know – and then construe them in a view that works for you.

It may make sense to you at the time, and it’s only solidified when something else happens to reaffirm the first instance. With more and more instances such as these, it only reconfirms what you think you know. It creates a shape of belief. The more confirmed that belief is, the stronger it will become.

Your Belief Will Become A Part Of Your Subconscious

It won’t be long before the belief becomes a part of who you are that you’ll no longer think about it. It becomes part of the subconscious belief system. Think of the human brain as a computer. It starts with the most common task to confirm the belief in conjunction with others already in the system. Whatever a person believes, the brain confirms it repeatedly.

The way nature has allowed the brain to work; the brain can prevent insecure feelings. The more solid the beliefs it has, the better off a person will be against the world.

The brain will choose ways in which to confirm a belief. It subconsciously looks at and interprets information that confirms what a person believes. Anything else that contradicts this will be ignored. These beliefs come together and give people their point of view of how the world is. This means your view of the world will differ from your best friend.

Your Beliefs Can Limit You

As your beliefs become more part of you, they can hinder you from being more than you can be. Any beliefs you have in childhood can carry on with you into adulthood. And, some beliefs you attain later in life – some of these will hinder you from being able to enjoy new things in your life, take part in events going on or even keep you from taking the next leap in life (despite the clear road).

What Can You Do?

If you want to overcome these limiting beliefs, there are four things you must do:

• Recognize what the beliefs are
• Question them
• Come up with a replacement belief
• Enforce and reaffirm the belief

It’s important to understand that you can change just one belief at a time. Trying to change them all simultaneously will cause your body to shut down and go into crisis mode. Focus on just one belief. When you manage to successfully overcome it, focus on another belief to change it.

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How You Can Get Rid Of Your Limiting Beliefs

Most people have no idea that they’re going through life with a pre-programmed mindset. The programming is the result of outside forces or individuals who have some sort of influence in their life. For example, children are heavily influenced by their parents and grandparents. These individuals’ beliefs are passed down to their children – to think or see one particular way about something.

For that reason, it should be of no surprise that this leads to ingrained limiting beliefs. With so many outside influences, people may wonder how they can eliminate their current limiting beliefs and create beliefs that fit the mold they are in.

Everybody has some sort of belief system – at various levels of feelings and thoughts – be it by words, scent, sounds, etc. However, a belief system with limiting beliefs means a person may constantly be aggravated or frustrated as they have no understanding as to why they can’t have something good happen to them in their lives.

Where Did These Beliefs Derive From?

Where did you get your beliefs from? How are they influencing you and the choices and thoughts you have? How is your negativity influencing them? For those who would rather not have limiting beliefs, there is hope. There are various methods and resources to help you eliminate these negative influencers and instill positive ones instead. What are some of these techniques that can be used to retrain your mind to think more positive? They include:

• Hypnotherapy
•Mind Mediation

  • Meridian Psychotherapy
  • M.E.L.T  (Mind Emotion Liberation Technique)
  • Mindscaping

Note: (All these therapies are available at K Holistic Therapy)

It is your own personal set of beliefs that factor into which one is right for you. When you think or talk negatively, you start to see things in a negative tone. Why is that? The universe sees to it that anything you feel reverberates back to you – good or bad. Therefore, if you are thinking negatively, you are only going to feel negativity. If you feel positive, you will experience positivity.

When you allow for limiting beliefs to dictate your life, they keep you from going after just what you want. These beliefs play a huge role in your self-worth and give you some sense of optimism. What you decide to believe in your limiting thoughts, your behavior is a reflection of that decision.

Now, ask yourself this one question, “Should I continue believing in those that keep me from being happy and fulfilled?” If the answer is no, then you need to focus on eliminating those negative thoughts and focus on the things that you want to ensure you get what you desire.

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From negative to positive

Getting A Handle On Limiting Beliefs Can Have A Positive Influence On Your Life

Any belief that does not work in your best interest and helps you to become a better person is considered a limiting belief. These types of beliefs are the result of things that happened to you in childhood, usually due to your parents, aunts, uncles, cousins, friends, teachers and others who have come into your life.

These individuals create your perception of the world.

So, when you finally become an adult, they are rooted deep into your subconscious and don’t give them much thought. It’s similar to your belief that the world isn’t flat and the grass is green.

Due to these beliefs being deeply rooted in your subconscious, it’s possible you don’t know they exist. It won’t be until you’re struggling for success that you start to question why bad things are happening to you. You must release these beliefs and incorporate new, more positive ones so that you can be productive in life.

What can you do to eliminate the beliefs and ensure your success?

Look Deep Within Yourself To Find Those Limiting Beliefs

Be sure to look at all aspects of your life to figure out where things are most difficult for you. What kinds of feelings do you have? What are your thoughts about these areas in which you are having problems?

One way you know if a limiting belief exists is if, even with meditation or exercise, nothing appears to be going your way. This may mean that you have a deep emotional belief that is affecting you from making the changes you desperately want to change.

For instance, if your goal is to improve your health using positive thoughts about diet and exercise, but you’re still finding yourself struggling with it, you could have a problem with food and workouts that keep you from making the necessary changes.

Who Influenced Your Beliefs

When you realize you have limiting beliefs, you need to think back to who influenced you to think the way you do. What did you hear people saying about diet and exercise? What phrases were commonly used to describe the situation? Were you told that if you ate too much, you’d get fat? Or, if you didn’t exercise that you were unhealthy?

What about money? You may have negative beliefs about money because you were constantly told money doesn’t come out of thin air or that the rich get richer while the poor just get poorer.

What kinds of actions took place while you were around regarding the negative situations? What you heard and saw will affect the beliefs you have, influencing you in how you see the things in your life.

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Changing Negative Beliefs

4 Steps To Changing A Negative Belief Into A Positive One

If you’ve heard them term limiting beliefs, you may have wondered what they are. Simply put, they are negative ideas and thoughts your subconscious mind has stored – beliefs that are the result of experiences throughout your life (childhood and adulthood). Why are they limiting? These thoughts keep you from growing and being successful.

If you want to get past these negative beliefs, you just need to remember a few things that can help you do just that!

Take Charge Of The Belief System

The first way you can start getting rid of the negative beliefs is to learn more about the way you think, what your ideals are and what kinds of values you have. Once you’ve understand them, you can separate them based on how society looks at them. Are your beliefs based on others’ acceptance? Is the belief based on something negative in your life?

When you can differentiate the beliefs, you give yourself the chance to learn more about who you are and can dig deep into your own belief system. It allows you to differentiate the good beliefs from the limiting ones, allowing you to make corrections as you see fit.

Accept The Limiting Beliefs You Have

Before you can start to let go of the limiting beliefs you have, you need to accept them first. The beliefs you have are just reflections of the person you are right now. Your life experiences have allowed you to attain and get what you have (good and bad). Some of these experiences may have been traumatic, which has led to negative thoughts and beliefs.

The reality is that negative experiences are going to happen. They can be detrimental to your health, making you believe that the world is not all good. These kinds of beliefs are subconscious, and the only way you can change them is to accept that it’s your past and to let these experiences fall to the wayside.

Let Your Limiting Beliefs Go

Once the negative beliefs have been accepted, you can start letting them go. By breaking away from them, you’ll begin to feel happier about yourself and life. It will be like the world lifted off your shoulders. It’s the light at the end of the tunnel, giving you hope and the opportunity to make the changes you want so badly for yourself.

Establish Your Positive Beliefs

If you desire change, it’s time to build your new belief system that includes joyfulness and success. Any new positive belief will assist you in the journey of being someone better than today. When you create new positive beliefs, you allow yourself to be more confident and motivated to accomplish your goals. No one and nothing will stop you from ascertaining them.

Best of all, you’ll be happier to have overcome the negative thoughts because you accepted that you had them and changed them to something positive.

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Unfortunately drugs are all around and easy to get hold of. Young people are very vulnerable but there are warning signs to be aware of that a child may be using drugs:

These first three are ones to really look out for.

  1. A gradual loss of interest in hobbies and sport.
  2. Reduced interest in personal hygiene and grooming
  3. Decline in performance in school.

These first three are all activities that naturally produce a high, they make the person feel good. They may be getting their ‘highs’ met by drugs, hence their declining interest in getting natural highs. These are possible red flags, however don’t just assume they are taking drugs immediately there may be other causes, start to look for other clues before jumping to conclusions.

4.Sudden irregular mood swings

5. Staying out more, possibly with a new circle of friends

6. Sores and rashes, especially around the mouth.

7. Excessive tiredness

8. Loss of appetite

9. Excessive spending or borrowing of money

10. Use of deodorants, aftershave, perfume etc to hide the smell of drugs.

The first port of call as always is your GP. who will be able to put you in touch with a drug  counsellor66381076_855003401553647_1505559730020417536_n

 

 

Slaying Negative Beliefs

Hidden Inner Beliefs: How You Can Find and Change Negative Beliefs Into Positive Ones

What are hidden inner beliefs? These are views you have about yourself and the world – beliefs that may have been there since your childhood. They are the result of family, friends, school, church, books, television, the Internet or your own experiences.

Inner belief is created to ensure a simpler life. For example, if you touch a hot stove, logic would suggest that you’d think about the stove before you touch it again. After all, touching it while it’s hot a second time means you get burned once more. This belief is one that will keep you from endangering yourself.

However, not every single inner belief you have is positive.

For instance, if a person hurts you during a relationship, you may feel you can never trust another person again. This is a negative inner belief that keeps you from enjoying a healthy relationship – a negative inner belief that causes bitter feelings.

If you are to break the cycle of negative inner beliefs, you need to change them into positive beliefs. If you believe you cannot be successful at something, then that’s what will happen. You won’t be successful. However, it doesn’t have to be that way! You can change these inner beliefs to work more in your favor.

How To Find Your Hidden Limiting Beliefs

If you are to find these negative beliefs, you must pay closer mind to your daily thoughts. If you find yourself thinking negatively, you can look at the attitudes and feelings. What are some common negative limiting beliefs people tend to have?

• I’m just not good enough
• I don’t think I’m ready for this
• I don’t have enough experience
• I am a failure at time management
• I won’t be creative if I am not spontaneous
• No one is better at my job than me because they don’t care like I do
• I am unable to do this because other people are better at it than me
• I lack the right equipment
• Why bother trying if the economy sucks
• My life is too busy to focus on my goals
• I’m too short, fat, tall, etc.
• I need to wait to ensure this is the right choice for myself

Believe it or not, these are hidden beliefs, but since they are in your subconscious, they can stop you from going after what you want. You’ll start to wonder why you are constantly two steps behind when you want to be a step ahead. By recognizing these hidden negative beliefs, you can take the necessary steps to change them into a way that allows them to work for you – allowing you to attain whatever you want in life.

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3 Ways In Which To Recognize The Negative Beliefs You Have

Dream Interpretations

Your dreams can be quite useful in figuring out what your subconscious mind is dealing with. This is especially true if you have the same dream repeatedly. When your dreams repeat themselves, it means your subconscious mind is trying to tell you something – something you need to pay mind to. When you begin having the same dream over and over, you need to take time out and research what it means and how you can deal with the problem head-on.

Dreams can help you to recognize the negative things in your life (those limiting beliefs). For example, if your dreams involve a constant attack by the same groups of folks, it could be the result of people you no longer talk to – some kind of falling out you had with them. It may have been the right thing for you, but that doesn’t mean it was easy. The dreams are a representation of your guilty conscience – a way to punish yourself because your subconscious feels like you need to be punished.

Ask Yourself Questions and Give Truthful Answers

Be sure to write down the areas in your life that you are not happy with. This is the time you need to be honest with yourself. Be sure you deal with every single one and look into the reason why you’re not happy. This is the time to get into the nitty-gritty (the heart) of what makes you so unhappy. Then, consider what you can do to change the circumstances and what would make you in the end.

Look at the reason why you are where you are. What beliefs do you have that brought you to it? Now, what beliefs would help you out of the situation so you can be happier? Allow yourself to think freely and write down everything that comes to mind. If you are totally honest with yourself, you’ll realize what beliefs you have are limiting you.

Set Goals

When you create goals for yourself, you start to recognize the beliefs that limit you. It can give you the answers as to why you have yet to ascertain your goals just yet. Again, you want to answer as truthfully as you can. Look at the answers you have and look deep into them. You should see there are not outside forces keeping you from attaining them.

You’ve created everything in your life to date because you have the power to go after what you want. This may not be what you want to hear, but the reality is that you can’t blame others for not getting what you want. If you want something positive to happen to you, you need to take control of all the situations you are faced with and tackle them head-on.

Are your Beliefs Hindering You?

Have you made the same mistake but not in the same way? Do you constantly think negative thoughts and behave in ways that hinder you from being successful? Are you constantly blaming others for things happening in your life – never taking responsibility for your own actions? If the answers to these questions are in the affirmative, then you probably have a subconscious limiting belief that you need to contend with.

This kind of belief limits you from moving forward with life and becoming the best person you can be. If you want to get anywhere you want, you need to remove any negative belief you may have. Of course, this means recognizing what these negative beliefs are. Now, you may be asking yourself how you can recognize a negative self-belief.

First, you need to understand why it’s important to recognize them.

Why Should You Identify Your Negative Self Beliefs?

Negative self-beliefs are based on false or invalid thoughts that can hinder you from growing to be the kind of person you want. The problem in recognizing them is that they are a part of you – of who you are. Due to the way they are, you may feel it’s just who you are, your genes, your luck or something else you have no control.

Another problem is that they can be societal effects. Most people tend to see them as normal parts of life. This is not the truth, and you need to understand that right now!

These kinds of beliefs are harmful to your growth, which is why you need to recognize what they are and how they are affecting you overall. By doing this, you may be in for a nasty surprise. What you may have thought about yourself when you recognize these beliefs.

How Does The Law Of Attraction Factor In?

The problem with these beliefs is they may be so ingrained in your subconscious because you’ve had them for so long. They become “default thoughts”! If you look at it through the concept of law of attraction, you have to ask yourself what these default thoughts are bringing to your life.

With the embrace of laws such as the law of attraction, you decide for yourself how life will be for you. Now, if you do this without recognizing what your limiting beliefs are and getting rid of them, then what good are you doing for yourself? These beliefs are deeply embedded in your life and have the energy you don’t want them to have.

By recognizing and eliminating them, you can move past all the negativity and allow more positive things to enter your life including thoughts and beliefs.

 

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Overcoming Limiting Beliefs

How To Overcome Limiting Beliefs To Fully Live Your Life

When you believe something to be right, chances are the conviction was formed out of logic, right? Actually, this is not the way in which beliefs develop; you don’t need evidence to have a belief in something. If that were the case, you could say that a person you don’t know looking at you is evidence of you being boring. The first thing you have is a belief, which is when you start looking for evidence to support the belief. This then leads to twisting facts, so they become evidence.

Since this isn’t how beliefs are created, it’s safe to ask where and how beliefs come about.

Beliefs are the result of one thing – to avoid pain and experience pleasure. For instance, believing that something isn’t possible for you to do may be your way to avoid the pain that comes from failing. With that belief in mind, you begin to look for evidence that will support it. When your mind fails to find any evidence, it will create them instead by twisting things in their favor.

How can you change these limiting beliefs?

2 Key Ways To Destroy Fallible Beliefs

There are two ways in which you can incorporate a belief with the evidence that will support, but first, you must get rid of any belief that has no supporting evidence behind it.

Challenge The Belief Itself

One way to do this is to challenge the evidence. How so? You must question beliefs and create the doubt that the evidence doesn’t support the belief you’re trying to eliminate.

For example, if a person thinks they are boring, they should be questioning that belief. Did someone tell them they are boring? What evidence do they have that support this theory? Were they obtained properly?

This is the way a belief changes. You question it repeatedly! The stronger the belief is, the more questioning you will have to do. By constant questioning of this belief, you can destroy it. For example, if you the evidence you had from a stranger’s glance was that you were boring, by challenging it, you limit the belief, and it eventually becomes non-existent.

Tie It To Pain

Another unique way in which to change your beliefs is to tie it back to some type of pain. Remember, beliefs relate someway to pain. When you tie it back to pain, you realize the damage it’s doing to you. You can steer clear of the belief and eventually it’s gone.