Saturday, January 26, 2013

Could You? Would You? When?

There are beliefs you have that free you:

I.E. "You can be, do, or have anything you want to be, do or have."

And there are beliefs that limit you:

I.E. "You can't have every thing you want."

At your core you are an unlimited being, so coming across things you want to do but with a corresponding thought that says you cannot, causes resistance within you.

The only limits you have are those you have created in your mind.

"Whether you think you can or you think you can't, either way you are right." ~ Henry Ford

So in a way the limiting belief you have in your mind, beliefs you know or aren't consciously aware of, are pushing away the desires you want for yourself.

So to allow in your desires, you would need to let go for the beliefs you are holding on to.

Here are 3 questions you should ask yourself:

#1. Could you let this belief go?

Whatever the belief that is limiting you.

In fact you need not define the belief.

Could you let this go?

#2. Would you let this belief go?

Again you need not consciously name the limiting belief.

Chances are this belief is a subconscious one.

Would you let this go?

#3. When will you let this belief go?

Whatever the answer, continue asking the question until you feel a shift within you.

A sort of freeing effect within your emotional self.

Asking yourself:

Could I?

Would I?


Over & over & over again will begin to release the beliefs that are keeping you chained to where you are.

Releasing them will open up opportunities for you to get to where you want to be.

The objective of this method is for you to release negative (limiting) resistance.

The more negative vibes you release, the more positive vibes you allow in.

This is important since you attract not what you want but who you are, and if you get yourself to vibrate in a positive vibration then more positive people, events, things & circumstances will be attracted to you.

Go to now to see more details about what else the method can do for you:

I love you.

Thank you.

~ Musawenkosi Tshoaele

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