Smash These Limiting Beliefs!

Each Wealthology Profile has different limiting beliefs that block us from making more money.

 

Here you’ll find four core limiting beliefs for each Profile, along with a video showing you a technique to release them in 30 seconds.

 

Limiting Belief Reports:

The Achiever

The Strategist

The Hustler

The Guardian

The Thinker

The Light

 

Enjoy!

Love from

Michelle xx

 

Wealthology Insider Mail #49

This is the final Wealthology Mail!   We’re working on the theme of Self-Liberation – this is the final week of the final theme!

This month’s affirmation is:

I think what I want to think.

Find the image to use as your phone lockscreen here.

Repeating this phrase will gently shift your energy and keep you focused on this work.

The affirmation works best if you repeat it three times, three times a day, out loud and confidently, for the month we’re working on self-liberation.

Here are this week’s prompts…

1. Knowing I am qualified

Sometimes we look around and we think, how on earth did I get here?

Do you ever secretly wonder how you managed to make it this far without someone calling your bluff?

This is extremely common – and it’s exhausting.

In what way do you not feel qualified in your life?

Take a moment, journal it out.

Use the Limiting Belief Release: I’m not qualified / I am an imposter / I’m going to be found out

 

2. Knowing I am acceptable, just as I am

This is a powerful statement.

Do you know this, in your core?

Do you think you’re acceptable as you are, or do you need to be / have / do / give / achieve more?

What do you believe you must prove before you can see yourself as acceptable?

Give it some thought, even if it’s uncomfortable and journal it out.

Use the LBR and do these Limiting beliefs: I am not acceptable as I am / I need to do more

Everyone can find the Limiting Belief Release Technique here.

Lots of love,
Michelle xxx

Wealthology Insider Mail #48

This is Wealthology Mail and we’re working on the final theme of Self-Liberation!

This month’s affirmation is:

I think what I want to think.

Find the image to use as your phone lockscreen here.

Repeating this phrase will gently shift your energy and keep you focused on this work.

The affirmation works best if you repeat it three times, three times a day, out loud and confidently, for the month we’re working on self-liberation.

Here are this week’s prompts…

1. Guilt

Guilt can hold us back in so many ways, but what do you feel guilty about thinking?

How does guilt limit what you permit yourself to think and say?

Take a moment, get your journal out.

Use the Limiting Belief Release: I (should) feel guilty for thinking what I think / I (should) feel guilty for saying what I think

 

2. Knowing I am good enough

Do you really know that you’re good enough to think and say what you really want?

If not, why not?

Give it some thought – even if it’s uncomfortable – and journal it out.

Use the LBR and do these Limiting beliefs: I know I’m not good enough / I’m never good enough

Everyone can find the Limiting Belief Release Technique here.

Have fun digging into those, and I’ll be back with you next week!

Lots of love,
Michelle xxx

Wealthology Insider Mail #47

This is Wealthology Mail and we’re working on the final theme of Self-Liberation!

This month’s affirmation is:

I think what I want to think.

Find the image to use as your phone lockscreen here.

Repeating this phrase out loud, and confidently, will gently shift your energy and keep you focused on this work.

The affirmation works best if you repeat it three times, three times a day, out loud and confidently, for the month we’re working on self-liberation.

Here are this week’s prompts…

1. Fear of authority

Who were the authority figures in your life as a child?  Did you they scare you?  (They probably did at some point, as we’re often kept within our childhood boundaries with a dose of fear.)

Have there been occasions when you ‘liberated’ your thoughts and you weren’t met with bag full of positivity?

I want you to think about a time when you have been punished for being liberated – saying/ thinking what you wanted to.

Has it meant that you have a fear of authority now that keeps you holding back?

Use the Limiting Belief Release: If I self-liberate I’ll be punished / I can’t say what I think / I can’t think what I want to think

 

 

2. Coping with success

This is an interesting one.  What do you see very successful people struggling with?

We all see people’s struggles differently, but what worries you about ‘being successful’?

Jot down whatever comes to mind.

Use the LBR and do these Limiting beliefs: I can’t cope with success / I don’t want to cope with success

Everyone can find the Limiting Belief Release Technique here.

Have fun digging into those, and I’ll be back with you next week!

Lots of love,
Michelle xxx

Wealthology Insider Mail #46

This is Wealthology Mail and we’re working on the new theme of Self-Liberation.

Let’s take a moment to recap on self-liberation and what it means for your Wealthology Profile.

Self-liberation = knowing you can think what you want to think.

Most people don’t realise that there’s a distinction between this and self-actualisation. They think that when you’ve decided to be what you want, and step into your big vision for yourself, to talk about your mission and your brand and to really be it, that the work is done. You’re surprised to find that everything still feels like an uphill battle, and that you’re still hustling and pushing.

Where’s the ease and grace you expected?

Why is it still hard to make money?

The answer is this: you still don’t own your thoughts.  Externally you’ve changed, and you’re standing up to lead, and you’ve probably done a lot of self-development to get to that place. Internally, you’re still conforming. You have no idea that on a subconscious level, you don’t have freedom of thought.

So, let’s get this sorted.

Let’s remind ourselves how your Wealthology Profile interacts with self-actualisation:

The Achiever– struggles with self-liberation because they don’t see the big picture for their business. They’re so busy worrying about other people, and minute logistics, and micro-managing a million and one things that they don’t connect to their mission. There’s just no space for thinking about broader concepts or developing expansive ideas, so they block the possibility that they can think what they want.

The Strategist– can’t self-liberate because they don’t honour their own creativity. They get the initial spark on an idea, and then stamp the life out of it before it can ignite into the flame it had the potential to be. They then become convinced that their ideas are bad, and therefore they mustn’t think what they want to think, so the next spark automatically gets stamped out too. This becomes a problematic cycle, because the way they deal with their lack of self-liberation reduces the likelihood that they’ll experience it.

The Hustler– fears that self-liberation will get them into trouble. It just doesn’t feel safe for them to think what they want to think. They might have grown up around people who worried a lot about what others thought of them. They’ve often been punished for saying exactly what’s on their mind, and this especially create blocks when they know they are correct. They often have a huge subconscious fear of authority, or speaking out and being publically condemned.

The Guardian– believes that self-liberation will cause dramatic changes that they won’t be able to cope with. They have a subconscious belief that if they’re suddenly free to think what they want, it will create startling transformation, with dire consequences. Their enthusiastic nature means that they automatically start to put a lot of energy into seeing all things that can go wrong when these drastic life-changes occur.

The Thinker– doesn’t self-liberate because they think too much. Ironically, they’re unable to think what they want to think, because they’re too busy over-thinking everything else. They are constantly bombarded by thoughts about the past, the future, other people, their own problems, and other people’s problems.

The Light– can’t self-liberate because they don’t think they’re qualified to know what they know. They’re subconsciously waiting for someone to give them an official stamp of approval before they feel entitled to think the thoughts they think. They look around at people with ‘official’ certifications, and compare themselves, and feel that their work isn’t valid, and hold back from sharing it on a larger scale. The truth is that they usually have such a deep knowledge of their own subject, and such a unique message, that there is no one who can give them a diploma in it.

This month’s affirmation is:

I think what I want to think.

Find the image to use as your phone lockscreen here.

Repeating this phrase will gently shift your energy and keep you focused on this work.

The affirmation works best if you repeat it three times, three times a day, out loud and confidently, for the month we’re working on self-liberation.

Here are this week’s Money Mail prompts…

1. Fear of seeing the big picture

Sometimes we feel like we’re struggling to see the big picture – and sometimes that’s because we’re afraid to.

When this happens it’s often the fear of not being able to achieve it that keeps us blocked.

What are you afraid of admitting about your ‘big picture’?  (I’m going to go and answer this myself now!)

Give it some thought, journal it out.

Use the Limiting Belief Release: I can’t see my big picture / I can’t achieve my big picture

 

 

2. Why isn’t it safe for me to liberated?

What sprung to mind when you read that prompt?

What’s unsafe about being liberated?

What might you do wrong?  What might you be the victim of?

Give those questions some thought.

Use the LBR and do these Limiting beliefs: It’s not safe to be liberated / If I’m liberated I’ll do something wrong

Everyone can find the Limiting Belief Release Technique here.

Have fun digging into those, and I’ll be back with you next week.

Lots of love,
Michelle xxx
PS – Have you got my new Money Blocks book?  Get it here!

Wealthology Insider Mail #45

This is Wealthology Mail and it’s our last week on the theme of Abundance!

 

Here are this week’s prompts…

1. Saying no to myself

There are two ways this blocks us.

On one side, by limiting ourselves in relation to abundance, we deprive ourselves of all sorts of things, tricking our minds into believing ‘it’s fine I don’t need that, I need to be disciplined’.

And on the other side, sometimes we think ‘I’m not saying no to myself, I want whatever I want’ and it tricks us into overspending and making poor decisions about money, in order to ‘feel abundant’ by buying things we don’t need (or even want 24 hours later!)

Where do you limit your own needs, desires and goals?  And where do you rebel against saying not to yourself?

Give it some thought, journal it out.

Use the Limiting Belief Release: I need to limit my needs / I need to limit my desires / I need to limit my goals / I must buy everything I want in order to feel abundant

 

2. Working as hard as I can

Were you raised to ‘work as hard as you can’?

It can be difficult to know when to stop.  Does it mean as hard as you physically can?  In which case, when you’re sitting at a computer, if you’re not good at reading the signs (or good at ignoring them) that your body has had enough, it’s easy to slip into decline.

Is ‘working as hard as I can’ really helping you?

Where do you keep yourself in servant-mode in order to create abundance?   Is it working?

Delve into it, take a moment.

Use the LBR and do these Limiting beliefs:  I must always work hard / Abundance won’t arrive without hard work

Everyone can find the Limiting Belief Release Technique here.

Have fun digging into those, and I’ll be back with you next week with a new theme!

Lots of love,
Michelle xxx

Wealthology Insider Mail #44

This is Wealthology Mail and we’re working on the theme of Abundance!

This month’s affirmation is:

 

I am love. I am abundance. I am the treasure.

Find the image to use as your phone lockscreen here.

Repeating these words out loud, and confidently, will gently shift your energy and keep you focused on this work.

The affirmation works best if you repeat it three times, three times a day for the month we’re working on abundance.

Here are this week’s prompts…

1. Abundance and expectations

What’s your mind’s automatic expectation that comes with abundance?

We talked about ‘burdens’ in last month’s theme of self-actualisation.  Now let’s find out what burdens come to you packaged up with abundance?

Have a think, make a list.

Use the Limiting Belief Release:  Abundance is a burden / Abundance creates expectations

 

2. Deserving abundance

Feeling deserving doesn’t always come naturally.

What do you think you have to do in order to deserve abundance?

Close your eyes and ask yourself:  What do I have to do in order to deserve abundance?

Use the LBR on these Limiting beliefs: I must be deserving to receive abundance / To be deserving I must _________ (fill in the blank)

Everyone can find the Limiting Belief Release Technique here.

Have fun digging into those, and I’ll be back with you next week.

Lots of love,
Michelle xxx

Wealthology Insider Mail #43

This is Wealthology Mail and we’re working on the theme of Abundance!

This month’s affirmation is:

 

I am love. I am abundance. I am the treasure.

Find the image to use as your phone lockscreen here.

Repeating these words out loud, and confidently, will gently shift your energy and keep you focused on this work.

The affirmation works best if you repeat it three times, three times a day, for the month we’re working on abundance.

Here are this week’s prompts…

1. Knowing it’s safe for me to be honest

Being honest is not always easy!

It can take courage, and the chances are that when you’ve been honest in the past that sometimes it’s backfired.

How is that experience affecting you now?

Where are you holding back from being honest because it doesn’t feel safe?  How is that affecting you?

Get that journal out!

Use the Limiting Belief Release: I can’t be honest / If I’m honest it will backfire / Honesty is dangerous

 

 

2. Where are my boundaries?

And the killer question:  When you start to feel abundant, how does it affect your boundaries?

Delve into it, take a moment.

Use the LBR and do these Limiting beliefs: I can’t have boundaries around abundance

 

Everyone can find the Limiting Belief Release Technique here.

Have fun digging into those, and I’ll be back with you next week.

Lots of love,
Michelle xxx

Wealthology Insider Mail #42

This is Wealthology Mail and we’re working on the new theme of Abundance!

Let’s take a moment to recap on abundance and what it means for your Wealthology Profile.

Everyone’s talking about clearing blocks to abundance – but what about the blocks that are caused by abundance?

Yes it’s a thing.

These are the fears, doubt, and triggers that are activated when things are going well.

When things are good, these blocks kick-start the subconscious into thinking ‘it’s too good, we don’t know if this is safe, we want familiarity’. Even if familiarity was rubbish in comparison to this new abundant state, the mind will find a way to sabotage and take you backwards.

Even with a healthy awareness of these invisible restrictions, they can slow down progress immeasurably.

Let’s remind ourselves how your Wealthology Profile interacts with self-actualisation:

The Achiever– gets triggered by abundance because they don’t think they can have it all. Their automatic reaction to gaining in one area is that loss in another area is inevitable. The scarcity thinking plagues the; it rears its head and spoils their joy and growth, by pulling them back down to familiar levels, both emotional and financial. This is self-sabotage on steroids.

The Strategist– gets blocked by abundance because it makes them stop communicating honestly. They think it means they have to be in a state of perfect boss and gratitude at every moment, and able to take care of everything and everyone. They avoid having open dialogue, and allow their boundaries to be crushed.

The Hustler– struggles with abundance because it inhibits their ability to be themselves. They start to think that being abundant means they have to look, act and behave in a certain way. They will upgrade everything from homes and holidays to handbags, because they believe that’s what abundance looks like, and they often create a situation where they feel trapped by higher outgoings in a lifestyle they don’t know how to change.

The Guardian– doesn’t think they’re worthy of abundance.  When it shows up, all their feelings of low self-worth are activated, and they start to question if they deserve it, which quickly spirals into a fear that they will lose it. They almost visibly shrink in size, and make themselves small, so that no on notices them, because they subconsciously believe that if anyone realised they had this abundance, somehow it would be taken away.

The Thinker– gets blocked by abundance because it makes them feel guilty. When things get easy and begin to flow, they have a tendency to feel apologetic, and think they should be focusing on other people. They shift their focus away from their own plans and desires, and give all their attention to anyone else who asks for it. They feel that they can’t say no because they feel blessed in their own lives. This then flips them out of flow, and reduces their natural state of joy.

The Light– assumes that abundance means they have to do more. They forget that their success is linked to their ability to ‘be’ rather than ‘do’, and revert to over-production mode, in a misguided attempt to maintain the wealth. They equate their rising value to working harder, and think that in order to keep creating abundance they need to keep creating ‘stuff’.

This month’s affirmation is:

I am love. I am abundance. I am treasure.

Find the image to use as your phone lock screen here  (This is my favourite, I’ve had it on my phone for months!)

Repeating these words out loud and confidently will gently shift your energy, and keep you focused on this work.

The affirmation works best if you repeat it three times, three times a day, for the month we’re working on abundance.

Here are this week’s prompts…

1. There is not enough

The belief that there is ‘not enough’ can keep us stuck in a place of ‘lack’.

If you like you can fill in the blank, ‘there is not enough _______’

No matter what completes that sentence for you, the belief ‘there is not enough’ will hold you back.

How does this belief affect you?

Give it some thought, journal it out.

Use the Limiting Belief Release: There is not enough / I am greedy if I ‘have it all’ / There isn’t enough to go around

 

 

2. Familiarity is safety

Ah, feeling safe, lovely isn’t it?

So it’s no surprise that leaving the realm of familiarity can feel quite daunting, and ultimately ‘unsafe’.

Not necessarily life-threatening-unsafe, but it can bring up all sorts of anxious feelings.

What’s familiar to you?  What do you hold on to because it’s familiar?  How does this keep you stuck?

Take a moment, journal it out.

Use the LBR and do these Limiting beliefs: Familiarity is safe / Unfamiliarity is unsafe

Everyone can find the Limiting Belief Release Technique here.

Lots of love,
Michelle xxx

Wealthology Insider Mail #41

This is Wealthology Mail and the final week on our theme of Self-Actualisation!

This month’s affirmation is:

I can be what I want to be.

Find the image to use as your phone lockscreen here.

Repeating these words out loud, and confidently, will gently shift your energy and keep you focused on this work.

The affirmation works best if you repeat it three times, three times a day, out loud and confidently, for the month we’re working on Self-actualisation.

Here are this week’s prompts…

1. Success is a burden

Most people want to feel successful, and what success means is individual to you.

So why is it that we hold ourselves back from something that we want?

Often, subconsciously, we think that there will be a heavy consequence of success?

In what way does more success feels like it will be a burden to you?

Take a moment, journal it out.

Use the Limiting Belief Release: If I’m successful I will have more to carry / Success is a burden

 

 

2. How does the illusion of conforming stop me from moving forward?

Illusion and conforming – both very interesting words!

If you’re not sure where to start with this prompt, take out the word ‘illusion’ and ask yourself, ‘how does conforming stop me from moving forward?’.

Jot something down.

Now, think about the ‘illusion of conforming’ – who really thinks you conform when you try – and does it really work?

How is that holding you back?

This one is worth closing your eyes and asking yourself the question.

Use the LBR and do these Limiting beliefs: I must conform / I must appear that I am conforming / I must conform to be accepted

Everyone can find the Limiting Belief Release Technique here.

Have fun digging into those, and I’ll be back with you next week!

Lots of love,
Michelle xxx