The Biggest Misconception About Limiting Beliefs and Mental Blocks Blown Up!

Today I’m spilling the tea on limiting beliefs, mental blocks and trigger moments and why they manifest in the way that they do!

Limiting beliefs just as the name implies are those ‘negative’ and challenging thoughts that swirl in our head so much that you begin to believe them as facts. They are the thoughts that keep you from believing your success is possible and can drive you to take actions that are not in alignment with our progress.

So where do they come from?

Usually when you are truly being attacked by your limiting beliefs there are for three main reasons.

  • Sometimes you create beliefs that are so far from our current circumstances that your minds simply do not believe in the possibility of it coming true in the way you want them to.
  • You create our beliefs and mantras while ignoring your internal alarm systems that are protesting the insanity of this belief.
  • You create these beliefs as shields when our goals are too big, frightening and you’re scared to fully commit.

Contrary to EVERYONE’s belief of limiting beliefs, I do not think they are bad things, infact I think they are your Ego’s best work in terms of not only protecting you, but also gauging where you actually stand on your own belief system.

Lemme explain that more.


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WHAT AWAITS YOU:

We go more indepth about how your limiting beliefs are triggers, examples and strategies to resolve each type.

We break down how to use these limiting beliefs in a unique way to cement success.

Your ego’s one job and how to get it to really allow you to expand more

The imaginative ways self healing and doing the inner work, makes facing your fears and limiting beliefs so much easier.

Techniques to challenge your limiting beliefs and step into your unique and awesome power to create your desired lifestyle.


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The Five Step Process for Releasing Limiting Beliefs

In this blog post, Mike Bundrant gives a super relatable break down of releasing limiting beliefs.


26 thoughts on “The Biggest Misconception About Limiting Beliefs and Mental Blocks Blown Up!

  1. This is an excellent post. I know I’ve fallen into these traps on more than one occasion. They can be hard to avoid if you don’t know you’re even doing it to yourself.

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  2. Directing one’s thoughts through one’s dreams is not easy, but if they find the right path everything is possible.

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  3. I believe I’ve been through these three ‘negative’ and challenging thoughts. It’s just now I found out the term for them: Limiting Beliefs. Good to know all about it from your article.

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  4. I loved reading this post. I always try to learn more about my mental health and keep it healthy, and I love your tone in this post. It’s like talking to a mental therapist which is really nice.

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  5. Altogether different perspective about limiting beliefs. Totally agree that triggers can in fact act a warning signals that should be taken care of instead of negating.

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  6. I have to say I think ‘we’ are our biggest enemies and coming to terms with what we can do, being positive about it and pushing through the mental blocks is something we have to do in order to be successful.

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  7. Nice article. You are right! – “It is all about your mindset, and how well you listen to your intuition and trust that you will achieve all that you desire easily.” Sometimes our biggest enemy is ourselves.

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  8. people should not really limit their beliefs, the points of this article is really something that some people cam relate and agree, I had a great read, thank you for sharing

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  9. I do agree with you! This vision of yours of those “limiting beliefs” is what I call instinct. I have always trusted my gut in changes and projects that seemed impossible to many people. I usually say “I have always had what I wanted, because I have always known WHAT to want”.

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