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In her book, You Are a Badass, Jen Sincero writes, “most people are living in an illusion based on someone else’s beliefs”. This quote really stands out to me, because I think it’s something we all can relate to. All too often in my practice, I hear the impact of other people’s voices, limitations, expectations on my clients’ views of themselves.
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We all have these illusions, but sometimes we’re not aware that they’re in our heads, limiting us. Actually I would argue that often we’re not aware of them, which is what inspired me to write this post.
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If we were constantly told we weren’t as smart as our older siblings growing up, for example, we can live in the present moment telling ourselves “I’m not smart enough, I can’t figure this out because I’m stupid” anytime we face a challenge. If we grew up being told there’s a high value on blending in and not drawing attention to ourselves, we can live a limited life in the present; metformin-online com we can’t do anything to pursue the truest expression of ourselves, because the cost is too great. Or maybe we’re living in distress right now, because we’re in our middle age, and we still haven’t figured out what we want to do with our lives. We’re so stressed out about it, because we’re living under the illusion that we have to have it all figured out by the time we get out of college.
If we start seeing these thoughts for what they are; the illusions, rather than fact, we can start to extricate ourselves from their grip. If we see them as thoughts, rather than a part of ourselves, we can be liberated from them. Isn’t that fantastic?
So, this week, I want to encourage you to challenge ONE belief that you’ve been limited by. Start to pull it apart, realize how it’s not a part of you, but a thought that’s been driving your limitations. One fear, one bit of doubt about yourself. One voice in your head that’s telling you you can’t do something. One belief you’ve been holding on to that you have to do things a certain way, or by a certain time. If you give this a try, I’d love to hear what you experienced; leave a comment below.