Welcome to Day Three of the 30-Days “No Limits” Challenge! //

Today’s lesson is all about becoming open, willing, and curious about your limiting beliefs about money.

I’ll walk you step-by-step through an inner dialog process that will help you explore what’s running behind the scenes. There is a really good reason you’ve learned or adopted all of the limiting beliefs on your list. Use today’s lesson to explore your money blocks with greater depth.

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Today’s Challenge:

** Be sure and watch today’s video as all of these steps are better explained.**

Please Also Note: This is the first three steps of Inner Bonding by Dr. Margaret Paul and Dr. Erica Chopich. You’ll see the Inner Bonding steps in italics.

Step 1: Pick one of your money beliefs from yesterday’s list. 

Now start thinking about that particular money limitation, and sit quietly as any feelings or body sensations arise. Welcome these feelings—gently allowing yourself to sit with these emotions and sensations. Avoid wanting to push your feelings aside or get distracted.

Step One of Inner Bonding: Willingness to Feel Your Feelings Fully and Take Responsibility for Your Feelings.

Step 2: Move into an intention to learn about the feelings or body sensations that arise.

For example, if you feel a sensation in the pit of your stomach, allow yourself to become curious about why that body sensation is there. This step requires compassionate curiosity and a willingness to learn about yourself.

Step Two of Inner Bonding: Move into the Intent to Learn

Step 3: Start to dialog with yourself to learn about what’s really going on inside.

This is an opportunity to learn what you might be telling yourself that is contributing to the feelings and sensations you feel. This step may really surprise you. You may just discover the hidden key to how you got this belief in the first place, and why you hold onto to it. Welcome any revelation you may discover.

Step Three of Inner Bonding: Dialogue with Your Wounded self and Core Self (for all six steps, visit here).

Alright, today’s lesson is all about exploring one limiting belief from your list from yesterday’s challenge. You don’t need to “do” anything with what you discover—only be curious, open, and willing to learn about yourself and what is in your highest good.

If you feel comfortable, share something that you learned on today’s post or on YouTube.

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3 comments on “Openly and Willingly Explore Your Limitations With Money”

  1. The primary limitation I have with money, as I made clear on Day 2, is that even though I have enough money now in my life, I still tend to live as though I don’t have enough. This is a mindset that I have held over from days long gone by. It impacts my feelings relative to money and perhaps even my body, creating a kind of constriction.

    When I engage in the inner dialog that you suggest, Misty, it is pretty clear to me how this limitation developed. It is something like a habit that even though you no longer have any reason to defer it you still find yourself expressing it.

    My Core Self is wonderfully generous and desires to bless the earth with my substance. However, the wounded self is still getting in the way of this generosity. So it seems that my wounded self simply needs to get out of the way so that the core of who I am can have free access to this area (money) and all other areas of my life. My Core Self is really where the power is, so I’m pretty confident who will win this contest.

    • Jerry, what does your “Wounded Self” worry will happen if you are generous? Maybe you can start assure your WS that (whatever the worry and concern is) will not happen, and that will calm that aspect of you.

      Dr. Margaret Paul of InnerBonding teaches that our fears and worries are always there for a good reason. I like exploring what the true underlying concern is, then addressing that concern. Maybe you’ve already done this and practicing a new (more up-to-date) habitual way of being will help retrain your WS to relax. Best of luck, Jerry.

      • Thanks for your good wishes, Misty. I think I’m making progress in doing what you suggest: assuring my WS that I can be generous with money and in other ways without fear of anything bad happening. And as a result of this retraining, yes my WS is beginning to relax.

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