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Layer 2 Limiting Beliefs Transformation Services, Inc. | 941-479-0323 | www.TransformationServices.org Layer 2: Limiting Beliefs We are often unaware of our limiting beliefs because they were “passed down” to us by the attitudes and beliefs of others. As long as they remain unconscious (we are not aware of them) they can hold us back from achieving our fullest potential and experiencing joy. For example, if we have heard all of our life that money is the root of evil then we may unconsciously create situations that limit our financial success out of fear of that evil. Below is a list of some common “phrases” that we are often told growing up or hear in our community. They are so “normal” that we rarely question their validity or consider how they affect our belief systems or make us unhappy. Of course, there is some truth and a good intention behind most of them, but consider which ones you have been conditioned to believe and how they have impacted your beliefs and your life. “Money is the root of all evil.” Good intention: money does not bring happiness and can corrupt Conditioned fear: negative association with having money; it turns you into a bad person Potential limits: unconsciously avoiding or sabotaging financial success to avoid the “negative qualities” you believe you’ll develop if you have money “Finish your plate. There are starving people in the world.” Good intention: don’t be wasteful with food and have compassion for others ...
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