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Overcoming Limiting Beliefs. UPPER LIMIT PROBLEM . Hidden Barriers. Based on FEAR and FALSE belief. Hidden Barriers. “I cannot expand to my full creative genius because something is fundamentally wrong with me” pg 45 Play it safe. Stay small. 1. Fundamentally Flawed . Hidden Barriers.

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Hidden barriers
Hidden Barriers

Based on

FEAR and FALSE belief


Hidden barriers1
Hidden Barriers

  • “I cannot expand to my full creative genius because something is fundamentally wrong with me” pg 45

  • Play it safe. Stay small

1. Fundamentally Flawed


Hidden barriers2
Hidden Barriers

  • “I cannot expand to my full creative genius because something is fundamentally wrong with me” pg 45

  • Play it safe. Stay small

1. Fundamentally Flawed


Hidden barriers3
Hidden Barriers

  • “I cannot expand to my full success because it would cause me to end up all alone, be disloyal to my roots, and leave behind people from my past”

  • “You follow breakthroughs of success with bouts of self-punishment” pg 49

2. Disloyalty & Abandonment


Hidden barriers4
Hidden Barriers

  • “I cannot expand to my full success because it would cause me to end up all alone, be disloyal to my roots, and leave behind people from my past”

  • “You follow breakthroughs of success with bouts of self-punishment” pg 49

2. Disloyalty & Abandondonment


Hidden barriers5
Hidden Barriers

  • “I can’t expand to my highest potential because I’d be an even bigger burden than I am now” pg 52

3. More Success Brings a Bigger Burden


Hidden barriers6
Hidden Barriers

  • “I can’t expand to my highest potential because I’d be an even bigger burden than I am now” pg 52

3. More Success Brings a Bigger Burdon


Hidden barriers7
Hidden Barriers

  • “I must not expand to my full success, because if I did I would outshine _______ and make him or her look or feel bad” pg 55

  • Turn down the volume or turn down enjoyment

4. The Crime of Outshining


Hidden barriers8
Hidden Barriers

  • “I must not expand to my full success, because if I did I would outshine _______ and make him or her look or feel bad” pg 55

  • Turn down the volume or turn down enjoyment

4. The Crime of Outshining




Warning signs1
WARNING SIGNS

  • Worry

  • Criticism and blame


Warning signs2
WARNING SIGNS

  • Worry

  • Criticism and blame

  • Deflecting


Warning signs3
WARNING SIGNS

  • Worry

  • Criticism and blame

  • Deflecting

  • Squabbling


Warning signs4
WARNING SIGNS

  • Worry

  • Criticism and blame

  • Deflecting

  • Squabbling

  • Getting sick/Getting hurt


Warning signs5
WARNING SIGNS

  • Worry

  • Criticism and blame

  • Deflecting

  • Squabbling

  • Getting sick/Getting hurt

  • Self destructive behaviors


Overcoming
Overcoming!

  • 1. Ask is it true? Is it really true without a shadow of doubt?


Overcoming1
Overcoming!

  • 1. Ask is it true? Is it really true without a shadow of doubt?

  • 2. What is the cost of this belief?


Overcoming2
Overcoming!

  • 1. Ask is it true? Is it really true without a shadow of doubt?

  • 2. What is the cost of this belief?

  • 3. Who would I be without this belief?


Overcoming3
Overcoming!

  • 1. Ask is it true? Is it really true without a shadow of doubt?

  • 2. What is the cost of this belief?

  • 3. Who would I be without this belief?

  • 4. This is my belief, but how can the opposite be just as true



Experiencing fear
Experiencing Fear?

  • “Fear is excitement without the breath” Fritz Perls MD

  • The energy itself is neutral. It’s how we interpret it


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