Beliefs are like puzzle pieces that interlock to form your identity. Since nature abhors a vacuum, if you want to change a limiting belief you can remove a detrimental piece, and replace it with one that’s useful.
“The outer conditions of a person’s life will always be found to reflect their inner beliefs.” ~ James Allen
The first step to changing a belief is to identify it. The way to recognize that a limiting belief is operating in your life is to detect patterns that are driving your behavior. If you’re stuck on repeat and want to change a behavior, decide what kind of a belief you would have to have to keep attracting the same kind of experiences over and over again.
The second step is to choose a new belief. You can replace a limiting belief with one that is empowering by flipping it to its opposite. For example: ‘I’m not good enough’ can be changed to ‘I am good enough.’
The third step is to...
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