Limiting beliefs are negative thoughts we have about ourselves that we have created from things that happened to us in the past. If you have limiting beliefs, you have consciously or subconsciously decided to believe something negative about yourself.
Limiting beliefs tells us that we can't do certain things based on a fear of what might happen or what has happened in the past.
No matter what it is we say about ourselves, the brain believes them to be true, why else would we be telling ourselves?
The key to changing limiting beliefs is to create new identity statements that reinforce a positive self image. Make negative statements about yourself in the past tense. Speaking to ourselves in the past tense opens new opportunities for the future... It stops us from remaining stuck where we are because it tricks our brain into believing that you no longer have that problem.
I ᑌᔕEᗪ TO ᗷE ᑕOᑎTᖇOᒪᒪEᗪ ᗷY ᗰY ᖴEᗩᖇᔕ, ᗷᑌT ᑎOᗯ I ᗩᗰ ᖴEᗩᖇᒪEᔕᔕ!
I ᑌᔕEᗪ TO ᔕᗰOKE
I ᑌᔕEᗪ ᗷE ᔕᑕᗩᖇEᗪ TO ᗰEET ᑎEᗯ ᑭEOᑭᒪE.
I ᑌᔕEᗪ ᗷE ᔕᑕᗩᖇEᗪ Oᖴ ᑕᕼᗩᑎGE.