We now reach Part Two of our series Breaking Through the Boundaries. Last issue Part One had a wonderful response, and so we are very excited with the next part to look into what your fundamental beliefs are and the best bit? You are going to get a featured clearing statement from my Money & You Brain Training Program. This is not just any statement. This statement is neuro-geared to assist change in your life.
What are your fundamental beliefs?
I like to think that you are becoming your own curious detective, operating at a deeper level to uncover what’s holding you back.
Often, clients or participants on my Money & You Brain Training Program claim that handling or earning money can seem overwhelming. Many hold beliefs that it is hard to come by or too hard to keep. We do not enter this world thinking this way about money, we have no concept of what ‘money’ is in our first innocent years. As the neural connections that form our beliefs and perceptions develop, they do so based on everything we’ve heard or witnessed from parents and authority figures as we grew up. It may have been that we witnessed continuous misuse of money or it could be the opposite where there was an unwillingness to spend - withholding things or experiences that you as a child wanted. As a young child these experiences can seem so unfair and in that heightened state of emotion, the neural connections associated with resistance and perceptions begin to form. When we experience this over and over again, beliefs are formed and our unconscious actions later in life, are simply playing out this belief as a reality.
Later in life, individuals may then tend to be either frivolous with their own money or overly cautious. They may develop fearful thoughts, worries or anxieties about not having enough or even develop feelings of unworthiness or an acceptance that others are worthy of more. Later in life, these beliefs will determine how we think, feel and communicate about money, Depending on the beliefs formed, you may experience for example that: asking for a payrise, filling out financial paperwork or even discussing money is not ‘safe’ to do. Actions like these may trigger feelings of anxiety, procrastination and even self-doubt.
In an article by Nicole L. Mead and colleagues from the Department of Psychology at Florida University, it is pointed out that thinking about money causes negative feelings in most people. Current Directions in Psychological Science. It is my experience however, this negativity can be rewired and broken through with key fundamental brain training steps..
My tip of the day to retrain your beliefs about money
Once you have discovered your desired outcome and identified the core beliefs that are holding you back, you can begin to focus on solutions that will get you where you want to be.
One of the clearing statements in my Money & You Brain Training Program is “I clear and delete everything that is in the way of me achieving (your desired outcome). All past, present, conscious, subconscious and deeper ‘still blocks’ are cleared and deleted now…”
I recommend you use this release statement daily, focusing on one belief at a time. Be the curious detective and observe what comes up for you emotionally and mentally during that first week. Learn it off by heart and only focus on one belief at a time... As the days progress you will experience ‘a’ha moments. You’ll become more aware of subconscious challenges and move that one step closer to what you want.
A selection of videos can be found at this link with helpful strategies to clear subconscious reactions and beliefs. https://www.facebook.com/pg/maggiewildeauthor/videos/?ref=page_internal
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