Digging To The Root Of Your Problem

 


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Most people have some aspects of themselves that they would like to change. But how often do you dig deeply to find the root of the problem?

You have to address the issues that need to be changed. Without doing this you will be stuck in a cycle of trying to change but you won't make much progress. Denying that there is something holding you back doesn't make it disappear or magically turn you into who you want to be.

You can't change what you don't accept. So if you have problems accepting what you need to change, you're going to have more problems making that change.

If you want more money in your life and are having problems achieving that you need to dig deeper to find something you may have missed about yourself. Do you have any long held beliefs about money that would prevent you from attracting what you say you want in your life?

Until those beliefs are addressed and accepted you won't be able to attract the extra money into your life. Our thoughts, feelings and beliefs are what shape our reality. If you think you want more money in your life but your beliefs about money don't match what you're thinking and feeling it's going to be difficult to attract it into your life.

There may be times when money will show up for you but you won't have the steady flow that you want to achieve. Not until you accept that you have limiting beliefs about money and then change them.

You say you want to find your soul mate, your other half. But the people who keep showing up in your life lately don't fit the bill. You're starting to wonder if you will ever meet Mr. or Ms. Right. He or she is out there somewhere but do you have any beliefs about yourself that might be holding you back from attracting that perfect mate?

Again, you need to dig deep and search for any limiting beliefs or fears you might have about yourself and/or relationships. Until then know that the perfect relationship will come at the perfect time.

Remember that the answer always lies within. Resisting and denying aspects of yourself won't get you to where you want to be in life. Only by digging out beliefs that don't serve you well and accepting them as no longer being useful to you can you make a change in a positive direction.

About The Author

Selena Richardson, coach and editor of Creative Possibilities, a free newsletter helping people focus on and reach their goals. Are you ready to create your journey in life? To subscribe, mailto:subscribe@creationjourneys.com or visit the site - http://www.creationjourneys.com for more information on her upcoming courses and on-going workshops.

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