Our limitations all begin with what we believe. Believe you can't do something and you are never wrong. Question yourself when you find you have a limiting belief. Last night I realized I've been telling myself for years that I am a morning person, and as the day goes on I'm less mentally creative and therefore I never write at night. This belief limits my abilities, so I'm changing it. I now believe that I can get myself into a creative state of mind anytime of day. I'll begin practicing tonight and after a while it will be my new truth. All change starts with belief.
Are you aware of any limiting beliefs that are holding you back from your full potential?
As you become aware of your various beliefs, ask yourself if they serve you or work against you. Some beliefs work well for a time and then lose their usefulness, but because we never question them, we just keep acting on them. For example, I used to believe that I couldn't sing well at all and that I couldn't ever learn to carry a tune. So I never sang. Then one day I decided to challenge the belief, to practice singing at home and then to sing karaoke to a crowd of people. I did it. I'm not afraid to sing in public now. The old belief was limiting my self expression and served no purpose other than to back up my fear of singing in public.
Take a careful look at why you avoid certain activities and you may discover that it is an old limiting belief that has been holding you back.
Be Happy, my Friends-
Laura Barrette Shannon