Unlimiting Yourself

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These last few days I’ve been spending time reading and trying to get to the heart of the conflicting feelings in my head.  Ever have days when you are going down a path but know deep inside that you’re going the wrong way? Somehow we get stuck in a frame of mind and think that we can’t do things differently.

What if what we are doing out of habit or belief is wrong for us?  We get to this place in our lives where we live on auto pilot.  For example I have long believed that while I may write that I am not a creative person.   Another belief is that if I don’t start my day with a Diet Coke I’m going to be miserable.  Maybe this one sounds familiar… I can’t do anything different because that is what people have come to expect of me and I have to be the stable one. 

For just a moment make the assumption that all of those self defeating beliefs are wrong. If you believe in the Law of Attraction then this will make sense.  If you believe that you can’t… then you can’t.  If you focus on what you can’t do/be/have then you are reinforcing those thoughts.  If I believe that I am not creative then I am not.  What are your self-defeating thoughts doing for you?  Nothing good!

Eliminating self defeating beliefs takes determination.  It also requires you to believe that your abilities are limitless…. which they are!  When you recognize that as fact it will be exciting, empowering and motivating.  Even more importantly you’ll start to take actions which support your limitlessness, drawing more to you.  

What then is today’s Simple Step?  Entertain the thought that your abilities are limitless to create the life of your dreams.  Just consider the possibility and how your life would be different without your self assessed limitations.  Imagine it, visualize it, feel the freedom!

What do you have to lose except your limits?!?  And that is exciting!   

We’ll talk more about eradicating limiting beliefs in this week’s blogs. 


4 thoughts on “Unlimiting Yourself

  1. HI Maryann, It is amazing when something is thrust in our lap and now we have to be "in charge." My friends use to call it becoming grown ups. Drat it all!

    I do have a couple of thoughts for you. First… know that no decision you make can't be changed. If you have older (not small children) folks that you are making decisions on behalf of let them know what the issue is and the range of thoughts that you are having. Early involvement in the process can save you grief later. That said there may always be an unhappy person especially when what they want isn't what you choose. Let them know that you understand and why you are making the decision that you are. Let them know that if something changes or there are new considerations that you'll make a different decision. Above all let those involved know that you are going to do the best that you can… which is all that you expect from them. Ask for their help and support. The worst that is going to happen is that they won't… and the best is that you've formed a new relationship that helps you all to succeed.

    Sending you peaceful energy Maryann!

  2. Jim, You are very welcome. I am glad that my version of simple works for you. I have written articles with suggestions, guidelines, steps.. and others that have a concept. It all depends on what I'm talking about at the time. I appreciate your thoughts on what will help and please know that I take your comments to heart.
    With love, Cheryl

  3. i am having those thoughts right now. I have gradually become the head of my household and it hit me today. OMG I am in charge here.!! It is scary for me because I'm not sure I'm up for this. i have not volunteered for this responsibility and if I make the wrong decision I will hear it from all sides. I can't just sit here and wait for the decision to be made for me so I better get busy and make a decision. i usually am very decisive but today i seem to be very scattered. Any suggestions.

  4. * This is a really good, if not great Positive thought, teaching article. I really appreciate it. And yes I do have these feelings, thoughts and ideas. Nice of you to offer suggestions, positive ideas as to
    what steps or direction would be appropriate while adjusting habits and making changes to ones behavior. Either way I will read this every day a couple of times a day for several weeks. Makes a lot of sense without being too complex. Thank you sincerely and looking forward to more of your Wisdom and Guidance
    Sincerely Mr Jim Rodriguez.

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