Category Archives for "Limiting Beliefs"

10 You’re Right! And So Are They

I rarely watch the news or read the paper. I haven’t done so for years. But when I do, I’m always struck by how much fighting is going on. I’m not just talking about wars and civil unrest, I’m talking about the corporate takeovers, the law suits, the backstabbing and infighting. Ordinary people bearing grudges […]

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13 Question Everything

I’ve never lived my life by what other people would consider conventional rules. From a very early age, what others considered as “normal” often just didn’t make any sense to me. I questioned everything, which didn’t really make me all that popular with the nuns and priests at the catholic school I attended. I’ve always […]

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11 The Value of Having a Plan B

I was having tea with a friend today, who’s in the process of starting an exciting new business she’s really passionate about. During a discussion about marketing, customer acquisition and business models, we also talked about some old fears which were rearing their ugly heads. She’s entering into a higher risk situation (starting a business […]

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20 If We All Create Our Reality, How Do Competitions Work?

Our need to compete comes from the belief that there’s a limited amount of resources, and every time someone else gets some, it leaves less for us. It’s the belief that in order for us to win, someone else must lose. But this isn’t in line with who we really are. There’s not a finite pool of energy from which we can create. Our creative energy (and remember, everything is energy) is unlimited and expanding all the time. As we raise our vibration and remember who we really are, competition as we know it becomes less and less important.

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4 How to Find Your Life Purpose (Article)

A lot of people talk about finding their life purpose, assuming that it’s some predetermined plan they’ve somehow lost track of and now have to find. And if we fail, if we don’t happen to find this purpose, we’ll be doomed to spend the rest of our lives as empty, unhappy sacks. Sad, isn’t it? This is a rather skewed view of how the Universe works.

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