What limiting belief are you holding on to and how do you let it go?

 I thought I knew myself. I really did.

I’m a tropical flower. I LOVE sunshine and warm weather. I HATE rain and wind. And I hate it even more when I’m on holiday!

Walking hurts because of my lower back pain – though I’ve had massive improvements since I started the Alexander Technique.

Then Paul and I started out on our first break together in Penzance and everything I thought I knew about myself turned on its head.

It poured with rain and the wind made my hair stand on end. But I didn’t care – not one little bit. Instead, I felt exhilarated. That was surprise number one. I have ‘good hair’ days and I have ‘bad hair’ days, and I feel good about the former and irritated by the latter.

But the bigger surprise was that we walked all day – up and down hilly paths overlooking the sea – some of those paths, sodden.

Even when Paul suggested we take a bus, I chose to walk (albeit downhill). He could hardly believe it and neither did I – but I loved it. How amazing was that!

So what does it all mean?

As I kept thinking, in wonder, “this is so unlike me!” by the end of our time there I came to realise, “this is who I am now.”;

Now I’m wondering, what other self-limiting beliefs am I holding on to?

It’s your turn now.  Ask yourself, “what self-limiting belief am I holding on to which, if I were to test it, might turn out to be an absolute lie?”

With love and gratitude,

Sue

 

P.S.  My third book, ‘Open Your Heart: The 7 Secrets Of Strong And Loving Relationships’ will be launched on Thursday, 21 September 2017

P.P.S.  I enable women build strong and loving relationships, first with themselves and then with others. That’s because your relationship with yourself shapes all your other relationships.

If you’d like to find out how you can do that email me on sue@sueplumtree.com for a FREE one hour exploratory conversation.

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