How to release limiting beliefs

In life, we gather over time many limiting beliefs coming from many different sources like family, school, society, religion, mass-media, friends, etc. These beliefs shape our reality no matter what IQ we have, they actually determine our real destiny and throw us off the initial destiny as intended by our soul when coming down here for embodiment.

Limiting beliefs meditation

What are limiting beliefs

Our human goal in life is to know ourselves, as the ancient masters said “Know thyself!”, i.e. know who we are, what are the major life lessons we came in this life to study and experience, what limiting beliefs we hold in our subconscious that drive us through life and we ignored until then.

These limiting beliefs come all from the feeling of Separation from the rest of Creation. Since the believes are 3D as vibration level (e.g. fear of future, belief in scarcity, low self-esteem, regrets for the past, belief in separation, fear of calamities) they attract by the laws of this universe life-scenarios that enforce that belief. Meditation helps in a limited range to identify and release these limiting beliefs we have. Generally, in meditation we aim to connect with our soul to much higher vibrations than our body has, and hence we tackle very little the issue of limiting believes, which actually belong to our body subconscious.

Meditation is the best-known tool among spirituals for practicing self-awareness, getting relaxed, reaching some peace inside, going into your heart, and not only. As souls, we are sent down here on Earth to experiment life and learn and hence increase our awareness and not to meditate all day long, just because this is how this universe was built, where Practice matters much more than Theory.

On the other hand, working directly on releasing limiting beliefs is by far the no 1 tool to increase both soul vibration and body vibration. All the other tools like meditation, chanting, mantras, etc are much lower as efficiency just because they are indirect tools for this.

From my long practical experience in dealing with them and working with my students I individualized several hundreds of them. These limiting beliefs are laid on several layers, and some derive from others; best is to look at them as arranged in a stack. The easiest approach is to tackle first the easiest to release which are on top of the stack, and progress downwards the stack towards the more difficult at the bottom. As a fundamental rule, one can’t reach the bottom layer unless it releases everything on the upper layers of the stack.

For instance, fear of spiders would be on top, while fear of death is fundamental and is at the bottom and can’t be tackled from the beginning.

Another dimension of the issue of releasing limiting beliefs is given by the fact that a person has also some personal limiting beliefs that other people do not have, and other factors also are involved. So it’s a personalized approach, it’s not a “one size fits all”