Once I was afraid. I was petrified. Thinking I could never live without you by my side. How many times have you thought something was impossible to live with or live without?
How many times have you held a belief, not because you truly knew it to be true for you, but because perhaps someone in your family told you it was the truth? So you just sorta blindly took it on as The Truth.
So often we take on outdated thoughts and beliefs from other people (usually our families or the collective), and we don't really stop and ask if this is true for us or if it is a big bunch of hooey.
I find myself challenging more and more of my own beliefs, those places in my mind holding me back from what I want to create for myself.
Things around being able to be an awesome mom AND have a business I love. You cannot have both! YES, I freaking can!!
I don't have time to pamper myself! Says who? I have all the time in the world to do the things that are important to me and my self care. The list goes on and on for me.
What is cool though is that the more I stop what I am doing the moment these limiting beliefs come up and just sit with that belief for a minute, I can ask where that belief came from, and I can pull it from my energy and let it go. It need not take a ton of time. And the more you do this the quicker it happens.
Then you can download or affirm new, higher vibin thoughts and beliefs to take the place of the ones that are no longer true for you.
For example, if we pull the belief that "I cannot be an awesome mom AND have a business I love", we can then download something like, "I know what it feels like to be an awesome mom AND have an amazing and profitable business I love, love love."
Easy peasy! I challenge you to find a belief or twenty that aren't in alignment with who YOU are any longer and ask where they came from. Ask if they are ready to be pulled and replaced with something more in alignment with you.
Remember what you believe becomes what you experience in your life.
Caroline Nixon is
a psychic healer and teacher who wrote two books about what she knows.