Overcoming Limitations

How many of our limitations are actually all in our heads?

I got back from a long badminton tournament on Saturday night, in which I had to play a total of seven matches, feeling exhausted and somewhat disappointed with myself that I hadn’t been able to play my best game in the final of the women’s singles.

Those of you who have read my blogposts on sophiaavramides.org will know that I enjoy playing badminton and that Resonance Repatterning has helped me tremendously in improving my game on all levels – physical, emotional, and mental. In fact, enjoying badminton is all down to these sessions as, when I started, I practically hated it!

So when I got back on Saturday night, I began to wonder why my body had given up on me and how much of the pain I experienced in my arm was due to physical causes and how much to my mental state or my limiting beliefs. When I had seen the schedule of the matches on Wednesday, I had felt rather daunted at the prospect of so many of them. How would I survive seven, high level matches? I asked myself.

The answer became very clear on Saturday when I could barely play in the final.

I couldn’t.

Why? Because I believed that I couldn’t.

“Biological behavior can be controlled by invisible forces, including thought, as well as it can be controlled by physical molecules like penicillin, a fact that provides the scientific underpinning for pharmaceutical-free energy medicine… Our beliefs control our bodies, our minds, and thus our lives.”

Bruce H. Lipton, The Biology of Belief: Unleashing the Power of Consciousness, Matter and Miracles

I have since done a Belief Repatterning to address this issue and I am looking forward to the next tournament, free of my limiting belief that I am half-dead. No wonder I couldn’t play if I was resonating with such a statement!

What about you? Where in your life do you feel certain limiting beliefs might be holding you back?

Published by Sophia Avramides

Helping people all over the world to identify and transform limiting patterns of emotion, thought, and behaviour and live an authentic, joyful, purposeful life.

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