Do you hold yourself back in life? Are you standing in the way of your own happiness? Maybe you recognize this. You arrive too late for meetings, don’t fill your tank soon enough and your car stands still, documents are “accidentally” deleted on your computer. Not making telephone calls, not finishing projects. Not putting your hand up when you really want to. Not approaching someone. It’s very human and everyone does it. The trick is to ask yourself, “How long do you want to continue to self-sabotage yourself?”
People are full of self-sabotage. I list here the top 10 most commonly heard excuses to limit yourself and possibly you know a few more.
- Who do I think I am?
- What will other people think about me?
- Why should I make a choice to benefit myself? I couldn’t possibly do that.
- Then I’d lose people.
- Then I’ll be shut out.
- I don’t want to be hurt.
- Then they’ll look at me weirdly.
- I’m afraid that they’ll think I’m dumb.
- I wouldn’t be a good person because then I’d be neglecting my duties.
- Then I’ll be alone.
These are all messages we tell ourselves but which are based on old pain. They spring from experiences in our pasts and we pretend they are true as well. The trick is to shake them off and to realize that today is a new day with new opportunities! You can make new decisions today and follow your heart!
The MIR-Method and self-sabotage
With the MIR-Method you work slowly but surely on this clever self-sabotage. The convictions that lie deeply within you slowly melt away. You understand ever better what you’d like to do. You get an increasingly strong grip on your life.
Step 3: ‘Detach father. Detach mother’ plays a large role in this. What convictions have you absorbed from your parents? Or from other men and women? With step 3 you detach yourself from these people and also from the convictions you have absorbed from them. You make room for convictions that will support you! “I can do what I’d like.” “I can be who I’d like to be.” “My appearance can be as I wish.” “I can make the choices that I’d like to even when others don’t like them.”
Step 7: ‘Fulfill basic needs’ also helps. With this one you enlarge your inner sense of self-confidence and you’ll notice that you are not dependent on others for your happiness. You don’t need other people’s approval; you give it to yourself!
With step 8: ‘Optimize chakras and aura’ you work, among other things, on freeing your Heart chakra. This enables you to listen better to your heart. You feel stronger which makes you happy and gives you energy. This makes it easier to make decisions.
Step 9: ‘Clarify mission’ enables you to take steps towards your mission, towards the reason you are here on earth. What do you stand for? What do you want to show the world? What is inside of you that still needs to be said? Where can you contribute? With step 9 this all becomes slowly but surely clearer and every inner obstruction becomes weaker until it disappears.
Always do all 9 steps
Even though I don’t mention all 9 steps above, be sure to always do all 9! They cooperate with each other and need each other!
And how about you? What convictions have you let go of? Do you notice that your self-sabotage is lessening since doing the MIR-Method? I’d love to hear about it from you! Please write about it below! Thank you!
You should always ask a MIR-Method coach about personal questions!
My wish for you is that you continuously feel freer to live your life as you would like to!
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