Positive Thinking and Empowering Beliefs

Is positive thinking really that powerful?

Yes!

Especially when you have empowering beliefs rooted in the subconscious as well.

Do you truly love yourself? Do you believe you are worthy of love?

Or are your limiting beliefs holding you back?

We all have “stuff” from our childhoods:

I’m not good enough
I’m not creative
What I say isn’t important
I’m not smart
I’m not worthy
I’m not lovable

And so on

Do any of these resonate with you?

These type of beliefs can keep us from being the best, most wonderful person we were meant to be.

And they can sabotage our health and our weight loss.

Have you ever gotten rejected and dove into a tub of ice cream because “I might as well get fatter, I’m not lovable anyway!”

It can be hard to go to positive thinking in that moment. We may really want to lose weight but are afraid of what will happen if we do: “I’m just not ready for a relationship right now!” This belief can keep the weight on – our subconscious thinks it’s for our protection.

Our conscious mind is only about 5% of our brain while the subconscious is about 95%.

So we can tell ourselves we’re great, we’re lovable, but if the subconscious is back there saying “No you’re not - don’t forget what your second grade teacher said about you!” then those subconscious beliefs overpowers the conscious beliefs and work against us.

We can figure out those negative beliefs and replace the limiting ones with empowering, positive ones. It can be life-changing.

We can work in any area of life such as:

• Health and Body, including weight and smoking
• Relationships
• Spirituality
• Prosperity
• Self-esteem
• Grief and Loss
• Personal Power

And it doesn’t mean we shouldn’t also work with the conscious mind.

Meditation starts with the conscious mind but taps into the subconscious mind. It is a great tool to see what our limiting beliefs might be and to work on creating positive beliefs instead.

Another great way to work with the conscious mind is to bring about positive thinking through a mantra or affirmation that you repeat daily.

Start with this one: “I am fabulous!” (or pick the word that works for you).

Do you really believe it?

Say it over and over again, seeing yourself looking fabulous, hearing others saying you’re fabulous and really feeling, well, fabulous!

Do this every day for a week and see what happens.

You may be surprised.

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