Shrink Your Fears and
Take Back Control of Your Life
by Kevin Hogan
You are probably beginning to see that pushing your limits is a simple process of examining your feelings, repetitive thoughts and beliefs. Pushing the envelope is challenging your perceptions and pushing through any perceived limitations.
Thought without re-patterning is probably not going to be all that helpful in most situations.
Remember, irrational limitations are nothing without the power you give them. That power was given up through actions far more powerful than thoughts in all but the rarest of cases.
If you refuse to infuse them with power they become little more than random, harmless feelings and/or thoughts.
Limitations seem overwhelming at first. Once you take them apart and look at them under a microscope you see how inconsequential they really are in the grand scheme of things.
What if you just CANíT jump in the deep end of the pool??
Try reducing one fear or doubt each day, even if itís something small. Never miss a day. Face one fear. Examine one destructive doubt. Question and ANSWER one belief. Repeat the process the next day. You will begin feeling stronger.
Donít wait to see if you feel ďresultsĒ from the processes. Simply move forward. Youíll be astounded at how quickly the process begins to snowball and return real results. BUILD MOMENTUM.
As your inner strength increases and you begin to feel more in control of your actions, begin upping the intensity of your efforts too. The stronger and more powerful you feel, the more youíll be able to handle. This begins to occur after you begin to notice some real momentum from your initial efforts.
What else can you do if you start feeling despondent?
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