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Are You Upper Limiting?

Do you sometimes struggle to breakthrough to a new higher level of love, money, success, health or happiness? You may be upper limiting.

What does this mean? Well, things seem to be going well and then… whoosh, you catapult straight back to your old reality. What’s going on? Why is it so hard to create lasting change?

Deep within your subconscious mind, you’ve got a pre-programmed set point or level that you’ll pretty much always default back to no matter how hard you try to better your situation — unless you become aware of it, and learn how to change your set point.

In this week’s video, you’ll discover what upper limiting means, hear two stories about my own upper limits, and learn three strategies to overcome yours so that you can finally blossom into the person you dream of being, and create the life you crave.

Key Points:

You’ve picked up a bunch of limiting beliefs and programming from your past which determines how you see yourself and the world.

You have a ‘set point’ or level of how much love, money, success, health or happiness you allow into your life.

If you try to go above this level, you’ll probably self-sabotage yourself so that you stay in your comfort zone.

The good news is there are ways to overcome your upper limit.

Start by becoming aware of your limits and self-sabotaging patterns. Awareness is crucial because it gives you the power to make new choices in how you behave.

Read the book The Big Leap by Gay Hendricks and identify your limiting beliefs.

Craft your own mantra or affirmation to use to sooth your soul as you expand to your new higher level.

You’ve got this, beautiful soul!

Love and blessings, Elyse x

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  • Reply
    August 19, 2015 at 10:11 am

    Very interesting share Elyse, would love to see some more tips on becoming aware of what limits you have subconsciously set. Some people might find it hard to tune into that? Kate, Wondrous x

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    Kate @ Tell Me Tuesday Blog
    August 18, 2015 at 9:48 am

    What a fabulous topic to talk about! I’ve just started reading The Big Leap after hearing Marie Forleo talk about it. There has already been so many “ah ha!” moments and it has already changed the way I look at my actions.

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