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Hidden Beliefs

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Take what you can use and let the rest go by.
Ken Kesey

To your conscious mind it may not always be obvious that deeply ingrained subconscious beliefs can be responsible for holding you back from what your heart desires. When your hidden beliefs are in conflict with your conscious thoughts, your results tend to be inconsistent and frustrating.
By bringing the hidden beliefs to your attention, it becomes possible to resolve the conflict between these inner and outer levels of thoughts. But finding the hidden beliefs is an interesting prospect because of their hidden nature and not always obvious.

Everyone has to find their preferred method for uncovering hidden beliefs and there is no one size fits all method. Here are some suggestions for identifying hidden beliefs related to prosperity.

Write down everything you can remember that you heard in your family of origin about money. Take each statement, one at a time and ask yourself to what degree the phrase has played a part in shaping your prosperity consciousness. Whether the statements are positive or negative, try asking yourself how your life would be different if you didn’t believe or hear each one.

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