I’m on such a self-improvement tear. Usually after school is out for the summer, I have a chance to absorb & process all of the information I didn’t have time to during the year. I relate it to The Quickening (Click here, here, here, here, & here).
I’ve recently started studying Anthony Robbins’ philosophy. I really vibe with the ones where he talks about limiting beliefs we place on ourselves. After listening to him, I can see that I’ve set limits on myself because I didn’t think I deserved more.
Since school ended I’ve been in such an introspective mood. I’ve been in such a positive sense of expectancy. I’m happy that this sense of expectancy has returned because I stopped having a positive sense of expectancy after experiencing hard times in life. I can remember having great expectations when I was younger. I would be in such a state because I knew that something good was going to happen. I just didn’t know what. Well, somewhere along the way I stopped being in a state of expectancy and I started being or having a sense of dread because that’s all that seemed to be happening in my life. Instead of continuing with being ME & being in a state of positive expectancy, I sidetracked myself & changed my life and my positive sense of self expectancy for the worse.
However, after listening to Anthony Robbins lately, I’m discovering how to get back to where I came from when I stayed in a state of positive expectancy.
Here are 10 empowering beliefs that will change your life:
- The past does not equal the future.
- There is always a way if I’m committed.
- There are no failures, only outcomes- as long as I learn something, I’m succeeding.
- If I can’t, I must. If I must, I can. *
- Everything happens for a reason and a purpose that serves me.
- I find great joy in little things…a smile… a flower… a sunset
- I give more of myself to others than anyone expects.
- I create my own reality and I am responsible for what I create.
- If I’m confused, I’m about to learn something.
- Everyday above ground is a great day.
I’m going to spend the next year meditating on this! Bye for now!