How do you perceive yourself to be?
Last week I wrote about how we can bypass our limiting beliefs by merely using our imagination. With consistency and daily practice of visualising the reality we want fuelling it with strong positive emotions.
My question is:
Who would you be if you were living your heart’s desires?
Would you be different? Would you be more confident? More assertive? Would you be calmer? More centered and focused perhaps?
Would you dress differently? How would you stand? Would your posture change? Would you talk differently?
How we perceive ourselves is crucially as important in advancing towards our goals.
If the image we have of ourselves and how we feel about ourselves is based on our past failures, then that only hinders our manifestation powers and progress in moving closer to our dreams.
“Our self image and our habits tend to go together. Change one and you will automatically change the other.” – Dr. Maxwell Maltz
We all know how hard it is to change a habit, especially when it’s a bad one. You need a lot of will power and conscious effort.
The good news is, we can change our self image by merely imagining a different version of ourselves daily.
By changing how we perceive ourself we can easily and effortlessly start to cultivate new healthier and more positive habits and be more in alignment with our desires.
So start changing the way you see yourself. Let the old limited version of yourself go. Imagine the You that is in complete alignment with your heart’s desires. The You with all the positive qualities you need in order to attract more of what you want.
“Close your eyes and imagine the best version of you possible. That’s who you really are, let go of any part of you that doesn’t believe it.” – C. Assad
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All techniques and information I share are considered coaching, self-help or complementary therapies. I am not a licensed psychologist, psychiatrist or medical doctor, I have a degree in Health Sciences in Complementary Therapies. Everything I write and talk about comes mainly from my own experience in healing myself and the tools, techniques, and resources I learned throughout my own inner journey.
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