Nowadays, many more people are aware of limiting beliefs as an obstacle to create the life they want. Once you’ve realized that unconscious beliefs are what is causing many of the emotions, thoughts and patterns you want to change, you probably get in a hurry to try and change them. The problem is that you often don’t go deep enough and are trying to change one limiting belief without knowing HOW it was put into place, WHAT components it consists of and WHY it’s there. And most importantly, you are probably missing to address the emotion it was put into place with.
In this episode of the Uncover YOU podcast, I talk about the complexity of belief systems and what they are made of with my friend and fellow truth hunter Abby Ruston. Abby runs a Youtube channel where she shares the practical steps that have helped her transform her life. This queen of analogies uses a mix of self awareness, neuroscience, metaphysics and spirituality, and doesn’t shy away from digging deep.
Listen to episode 19, where I’m having a really good time talking to Abby about the common things that people miss when they are trying to change their beliefs:
A summary of what we talk about in this episode:
- How belief systems is not just a few limiting beliefs, it’s the filter that we perceive the whole world through
- That several beliefs and identities we have formed around them are connected with thoughts, emotions and behaviours in a big root system
- What skills you need to change your belief system
- That when you’re trying to change beliefs, the resistance that shows up is actually part of the belief system
- That learning to welcome what’s uncomfortable and celebrate your own unique path will help you when dismantling beliefs
- The components of a belief system
- What most people miss when trying to change their beliefs
If you want more of Abby Ruston
Subscribe to Abby’s very practical videos on how to change patterns in your life, on her Youtube channel.
Here’s one of her videos on what she calls self concept, how you see yourself based on the past: