Limiting Beliefs – Why Conscious Efforts May Fail You

We’ve talked about limiting beliefs a couple of times (and how to eliminate a limiting or negative belief in under 20 minutes) on this blog, but we skipped over the nitty-gritty and talked about my experience with a belief elimination method, how I eliminated limiting beliefs and how it affected my life experience and results. (Here is the original post, and here is the two-year follow-up.)

We haven’t discussed what a limiting belief is and how it manifests in your day-to-day life, showing up in the places that you are unhappiest. This can include your money situation, work situation, health situation, relationship situation and the relationship with yourself. It shows up in different places for different people based on their particular beliefs. It usually is much stronger is some areas.

What is a Belief?

A belief is something we hold to be true. Inherently, belief is the absence of doubt. We hold beliefs about everything and our beliefs inform our view of the world and our relationship to other people. Beliefs are self-perpetuating.

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The Lefkoe Method Review – Two Years Later

The Lefkoe Method Review - One person's individual account

 

The first time I posted about the Lefkoe Method was in July of 2012. You can read that review here. (You can learn more about the method itself here. And how it is endorsed by many greats and even backed by science. Of course, I didn’t know any of that at that time of this writing.)

I was introduced to the Lefkoe Method when my cousin sent me this link, where I “eliminated 3 limiting beliefs.” (What does that even mean?!) Immediately, I began seeing changes in my life that were mainly in my inner world and how I perceived things – they were subtle.

I noticed a difference in how I reacted to the world around me. People, circumstances, and situations that would usually get me thinking certain negative thoughts about myself were flagged in my mind and questioned.

The “real change”, or the external, you-can-measure-it-and-point-to-it change, began shortly after that post was written. I hadn’t connected the dots until now. Continue reading “The Lefkoe Method Review – Two Years Later”