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Opting Out of Small Beliefs

A friend who recently began a weight loss journey in earnest texted this morning saying, “Dry heaves suck.” No argument there. He went on to explain that he’d just climbed a monster mountain on his bike, and it was more than his body could handle. But, he explained, “Progress doesn’t come easy.” Well, maybe not […]

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  • August 29, 2017

To Clear or Not To Clear?

If you’ve been reading guest posts or comments here for any length of time, you’ve run across the wisdom of Namaste Faustino. He’s shared many transformational ideas and processes with us here, and today he’s soliciting our thoughts on a topic near and dear to every conscious creator’s heart … Here’s Namaste: Have you found an […]

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  • October 21, 2016

A Choosy Believer

Many of us were taught that our core beliefs were implanted early via our authority figures and childhood experiences. Some say our beliefs are tricky to identify and hard to change. I’m opting out of some of that. Instead, I think a belief is just a thought that got a lot of air time. (Thank you, Abe, for that […]

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  • April 30, 2015

Shifting Beliefs with Abe

For those looking to let go of beliefs that don’t serve us, Abraham has a quick way to shift things. While some people love working with EFT to help unhook from limiting beliefs, or using Psych-K, or Byron Katie’s Work, etc., some folks are still looking for an effective way to release thought-obstacles that keep […]

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  • May 17, 2014

How to Change Beliefs

Deliberate creators know that life unfolds according to what we believe and expect. So it becomes pretty helpful to be flexible in adopting beliefs that support what we want to create. How do you change what you believe? If you ask around, you’ll hear things like: you need to identify your limiting beliefs your core […]

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  • July 4, 2011
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