Tag: limiting beliefs

Attached to your beliefs?

Aren’t identity attachments interesting? I love witnessing them play out, in myself and in others. The most recent one really fascinated me. With all the covid stuff happening there has been a lot of “this is right, that is not” type stories happening. There was this woman who is all about being the light, who

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Labels don’t make anyone special

This is for the people who read, watch and hear all the things being shouted online. Take note – They aren’t special because they apply a label to themselves. They may have more belief in themselves but that doesn’t make them more important for humanity. You are human. A spiritual being in a human form.

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Questions to ask when wanting to pursue your dreams

If there is anything this pandemic has taught us, it’s that nothing is guaranteed, life always comes to an end, and we are so easily replaceable in jobs we work so hard for. Of course, this has led many to start questioning their values in life and whether pursuing their dreams could be the most

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Guidance, knowing or avoiding responsibility?

The minute you think you know is the minute you know nothing. You have beliefs. Beliefs that you have a right to, just as everyone else has a right to theirs. NONE of us unequivocally know what is happening right now. Even if God himself has told you what is happening you are a human

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Uncovering beliefs

Im not good enough. What makes me worthy? Maybe I’m too much? Those wounds have been in and out of my consciousness for years upon years. As they are for many of us it seems. What causes so many of us to have thoughts like these? This past week I uncovered a belief I’ve placed

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Your beliefs are yours – not mine

I prefer to deal with stuff IF it happens. I prefer to turn my ‘waiting’ into being. So I ask everyone who keeps telling me I will need a vaccination to travel, or I will be locked in a country, or any of the other things you believe will happen, to keep it to yourself.

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