Sep 22

Turn Your Limiting Beliefs into Powerful Self Help Motivation – Part 1

Tag: * Top Rated,Personal Growth,Self Help MotivationBeth and Neill @ 7:21 pm

Are You Hitting Roadblocks on the Way to Success?roadblocks-to-success

How many roadblocks have you hit on your way to success and happiness? If you’re like most people, the number one obstacle is your own limiting beliefs. When you encounter these obstacles you have two choices, give up or find the [tag-tec]self help assistance and motivation[/tag-tec] you need to overcome them.

If you choose to seek support, then the question becomes, “What kind of limiting beliefs do I have that are preventing my [tag-tec]success and happiness[/tag-tec]?” The first step to answering this question is to begin paying attention to your thinking.

Do you ever hear yourself saying things–silently or out loud–such as: I’m not smart enough, good enough, or capable enough to achieve the results I want? If so, you’ll probably end up stuck in the following cycle:

Limiting Beliefs -> Thoughts -> Actions -> Results -> Limiting Beliefs

Thoughts such as these cause internal anxiety, anxiety creates stress, and stress causes fatigue. Stop and think about this. When you’re tired, do you have the energy to get out there and do what it takes to generate the results you want? For most of us the only thing this pattern creates is a sense of frustration and hopelessness. Hardly the kind of inspiration you need to break the cycle.

How Do You Create the Motivation Needed to Turn Limiting Beliefs Around?

To begin with, it’s useful to realize what creates this pattern. As children, it was likely we developed limiting beliefs each time we had an experience that we didn’t enjoy. The greater the degree of our displeasure, the greater the power of our limiting belief.

This happened because we took those experiences and made them mean something about ourselves and the world. Then we began repeatedly looking at our world through the filter of that meaning.

β€œTo grow, you must be willing to let your present and future be totally unlike your past. Your history is not your destiny.” ~ Alan Cohen

Your Future Does Not Have to be Created from Your Past

Now that you have some idea how the process began, how do you create the [tag-tec]self help motivation[/tag-tec] you need to turn this pattern around? You begin by creating an image of your future that is more compelling than the image of your past.

To do this effectively you need to get to the core of your desire to create a successful life. What do success and happiness mean to you? What are the most important things you’d like to experience as the result of being successful? What will change about your experience of being you when you become successful? Clearly understanding your answers to these questions is the surest way out of living in the past and moving toward the future you truly want.

Discover the Gifts Offered by a [tag-tec]Painful Past[/tag-tec]

Looking toward your future can actually open you to the possibility of discovering the gifts offered by these painful beliefs from your past. It’s important to learn to recognize when they are influencing your thoughts and actions. Then you can begin to identify the nature of the belief and the needs it was designed to protect and serve when you created it.

From this moment on, every time something happens and you feel uncomfortable in any way, STOP–use these feelings as an alarm. Explore them to discover the limiting belief that is generating the feelings, and what the belief is attempting to offer you.

Being successful with this discovery process requires an ability to get to the root cause of your feelings. Bringing this information into the light of consciousness is necessary if you wish to connect with the important message your feelings are trying to communicate.

In our next post we’ll show you a step-by-step process for identifying your limiting beliefs, the gifts they offer you, and specific actions you can take to experience more of the success and happiness you want. Using this process will help you overcome whatever roadblocks may lie on your path and ensure that you never again lack the self help motivation you need.

Until next time…

With great love and a commitment to your success,
Beth & Neill

8 Responses to “Turn Your Limiting Beliefs into Powerful Self Help Motivation – Part 1”

  1. Laura Grayson says:

    I agree, it is important to look to the future and have a positive outlook on life.

  2. Stephen Rickwood says:


    You are right on the button with your premise of limiting beliefs. I am fortunate that some years ago i had a spiritual awakening that led me to discover exactly how those limiting beliefs are formed. Limiting beliefs are what i discovered to be, a hidden mental barrier that makes a prisoner of us all and until that barrier is identified and exposed people will always be imprisoned by those same beliefs no matter how hard they try to escape them.

    I am fortunate that some years ago i had a spiritual awakening and was led to identify exactly how those beliefs were created. I believe i have the key to unlock the greatest and best kept secret of all time and i will share it with you one day.

  3. Beth Banning says:

    Laura, thanks for stopping by…

    Stephen, just love your visual imagery… limiting beliefs are like a mental prison–or one of those hamster wheels–trapped, running so fast it’s difficult to hop off.

    I’m so happy that you’ve been able to use these ideas to support your life. Stay tuned for part two of this post, where we give a step-by-step process for unlocking the door to that cell. πŸ™‚

    with love,

  4. Damon Krikwen says:

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  5. Andrea says:

    Overcoming fears and finding the positive in life needs to become a goal for all of us. If we each can make some positive change together we can have more happiness in our lives and make a posiitive change in the world. Live your best life daily, from the heart, Andrea