I was taking my walk this evening and I had an interesting insight about the vibration that I am offering for the things that I want. This brought to the fore front a different way of identifying my limiting beliefs and therefore my current vibration about the subject in discussion.
Please refer to the image below of a sample spreadsheet for better understanding of what I want to share:
If you would notice carefully, asking your self the question "Why do I want the thing that I want", gives you an answer that reveals a lot about what you are vibrating now and also your limiting beliefs.
Secondly it also reveals that you are actually putting a condition to receiving so many things, only if you manifest the original desire in question.
Hence, once you have identified your limiting beliefs, you can now choose your preferred belief moulding process to do the needful.
I wanted to ask whether this makes sense to all of you.
It also reminded me of Abraham's Pivoting Process where they ask us to focus on "what we want" and "why do we want" to instantly feel better.
I would love to have some clarity here. What I feel is that "why" does make your desire stronger and makes you more aligned. But if you look at it closely and deeply, it says a lot about your current vibration and also reveals your limiting beliefs.
Do let me have your feedback on what I have shared. I would love to have your perspectives.
Thanks so much.
Thanks for sharing this, Sourabh. It's always nice to hear other people's ideas regarding limiting beliefs because ultimately I think every "problem" anyone has ever had, or will have, ties into a limiting belief in some way.
If I'm understanding your idea properly (please correct me if I'm not), I think you're basically saying that every reason you have for wanting something could also be sparking off something that could be stopping you from receiving it, which seems reasonable.
But from your spreadsheet example, you seem to be actually going even further than that and saying that every "Why?" reason ties directly into a limiting belief, which I'm not so sure about.
For example, in your last line in column 2, you've got "I want to enjoy my life" directly linking into a limiting belief that "I am not enjoying my life now". I'm not sure you can make that jump in reasoning because I may be enjoying my life a great deal right now but may just have been inspired to want something else to make my life even more enjoyable.
For example, I may be having a great time on the beach and may just want to eat an ice cream just to add to the fun. Even if I can't have the ice cream, my life at that moment is still enjoyable.
Also, for the limiting beliefs in column 3, I think you still have to make a decision about which ones are the major limiting beliefs because if you knock out those major ones first then it might clear up many of the other dependent ones too...unless you are suggesting working on all of them?
If you are ultimately just chasing the major limiting beliefs, I think you've then got to ask yourself an additional question of "Which of these limiting beliefs (in column 3) is bothering me the most right now?". And asking that question is then going to filter down that third column to what you really need to clean up right now and give you a priority order for dealing with them i.e. deal with the one that feels the most limiting first.
What I'm not clear about at the moment is whether that final filtered list you obtain from asking your questions will really end up being different to the list you obtain from asking the single question "Why Don't I Have What I Want Yet? (or more simply, What's In The Way?) when applied to initial topic of "Regular Business".
Have you done any comparisons to see if different major limiting beliefs come out for you from the two approaches?
answered 13 Jan '12, 11:47
ok i will give you a fee pointer. what do you read that has no foundation because they are ego based desire? why do you judge other that they don't trust you? even if you get what you want they will not trust you more because of that.you are the one judging. what you do is your free will and you are responsible for it. has for people that really do not trust you it is their free will and they are also responsible for that. and if they really do not trust you why is it so important for you to get them to trust you? for the world things money and created needs of this world i agree and understand. why not focus on what you have and enjoy and make it a success. 41. Jesus said, "Whoever has something in hand will be given more, and whoever has nothing will be deprived of even the little they have." http://www.gnosis.org/naghamm/gosthom.html experience and enjoy.
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