Limiting beliefs are a lie…

Let me ask you this…

What do you believe about yourself?

I’m looking for the limiting beliefs…

The beliefs that aren’t founded in truth — like:

* I’m not a morning person

* I’m not artistic

” I’m no good with numbers

” I’m always late

” I’m not creative

” I’m not smart enough

” I’m not lucky

etc. etc. etc.

These are just beliefs…they aren’t real and they can change at any time!

The challenge comes in if we are willing to let these false definitions of ourselves change?

Look at the beliefs you have and ask yourself which are in alignment with who you want to be and which aren’t…

And the ones that aren’t, ask yourself these 2 questions:

  1. What would I have to believe to be (the opposite of your limiting belief)
  2. What do I need to do (change, act) to believe that?

You decide who you are in every single moment of your life — throw out the old limiting beliefs and step into who you really are — extraordinary!

Go Big!

Kristen


11 Responses to “Limiting beliefs are a lie…”

  1. Hi Kristen.
    Thank you!!!!!!
    I hope to meet you soon.
    Mark

  2. fran says:

    Still trying to figure out the message

  3. Great Blog! Thanks – we all need to be reminded that when negative thoughts come to question our selves and ask “Is that really true” – sometimes we stop ourselves before we even get going. We need to remember to talk to ourselves in a positive way – to be encouraging and kind just like we would be to our best friend or a child.

  4. Rosemary says:

    I am a morning person, and an afternoon person, and a night person.

    I am artistic.

    I am great with numbers.

    Being late? Gee, I’ve got to work on that, as I try to stuff in one or two more tasks, or finish just one or two more things, and that is why I am late.
    I am creative.

    I am really, really smart.

    Being lucky? That’s another thing on which I have to work, but I don’t think I am unlucky. That’s a start.

    The biggest limiting belief I have is that I do not have, and cannot earn, enough money to pay all my bills and live the life I want. I just earned a big commission, paid a number of bills, but there is still a pile of them. Okay, I’ll work on that.

    Yesterday, I began an e-mail fight with my financial partner. He is a retired police detective, and I was just fuming that instead of appreciating that I had put my heart, soul and considerable knowledge and experience in property management and real estate, in general, he always complains and is suspicious of me. A friend, who is a practitioner with the Church of Religious Science, suggested that I should stop fuming and start thinking about getting a new partner, and what characteristics that new partner would have. My Mind cleared, and ideas began to pour into it, ways to find that person, and how it would benefit everyone. I am focusing on what I want and not what I don’t want.

    Thanks, Kristen, for your coaching and tough love. It’s a small step, but a step nevertheless to “Go Big.”

    Rosemary

  5. Joe Johnson says:

    Thanks Kristen,
    As I keep changing myself to believe in me and who I want to become, I see that the things that hold me back are those dreaded old paradigms keep resurfacing. How can I eradicate them once and for all?

  6. tim r says:

    Thank you for these words of encouragement. A great way to start out my work week. I ‘have decided that this is going to be a great day’ regardless of what comes at me!

  7. Pilar Alverde says:

    I like the way you say things, you are clear an direct, thank you for your free reports you give to us. This have helped me.
    I live in Mexico, City.

  8. bart says:

    Hi Kristen,

    Yeah,i know many of the lies they will try to put into your head.As like in the industry they will try to make you believe how much they value you are which they might not know of what the effects are that NLP does you stop believing just anything they will tell you.
    The whole idea with limitations is something of the past i’ve been using a program called abundance manifestion and it makes you think and feel alot diffirent.

  9. Pace says:

    Hmm, though, the past clearly shows it’s hard for me to get up – so isn’t saying “I’m not a morning person” more an observation than one of my limiting beliefs?

  10. Ingo says:

    Hello, Kristen and : Thanks A-gain 😉
    In earlier days our father liked to remember: “To believe means not to know!”…seems I better should have answered: “Believing is the new knowledge”

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