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Self-Limiting Beliefs

Self-limiting beliefs refer to ideas, assumptions, or perceptions about yourself or about how things work in the world around you that hold you back from achieving your full potential. They are usually negative or self-critical in nature but can sometimes relate to power structures and systems outside yourself that you believe you have no control over. Some examples include considering yourself a loser or a failure, assuming you can’t make a difference in your own life or in the world, believing you’re unlovable, thinking other people will reject you or what you’re doing, and countless others. Everyone holds some beliefs like these. Once they are examined, they can be refuted them and we are free to create new beliefs that more accurately reflect how we relate to ourselves and the rest of the world.

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Understanding Our Inner Critic - Esther Perel & Dick Schwartz

My colleague Dick Schwartz, PhD joins me for a conversation about our critical voice. We discuss why we have this inner voice and how we can better understand its motivations.

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How I Stopped Self Sabotaging! | Russell Brand

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Gabrielle Bernstein: The Judgment Detox (With Lewis Howes)

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Healing Your Negative Core Beliefs

In this video, author and depression counselor Douglas Bloch explains how negative beliefs developed in childhood can lead to symptoms of depression in later life. He then shows how you can replace these beliefs with accurate and empowering beliefs about yourself, others and the world.

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Overcoming Self-Doubt and Finding Your Inner Mentor with Tara Mohr

In this episode, she discusses universal fear and self-doubt and how she’s created a business that works to defy both.

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Dr. Robert Firestone on Critical Inner Voices and the Negative Identity

Dr. Robert Firestone describes the Critical Inner Voices underlying a negative identity.

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Bruce Lipton: The Biology of Belief, Part 1/2 | London Real

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Freedom from Self-Doubt—B.J. Davis—TEDxSacramentoSalon

A former felon, turned doctor, clinical director, and professor, Dr. B J Davis is living proof that our past doesn’t dictate our future. Our past can refine us. He shares his story of coming to the realization that he needed to create own miracle. Dr.

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Waking Up from the Trance of Unworthiness with Tara Brach

Tara Brach is a renowned meditation teacher and clinical psychologist whose books include Radical Acceptance and True Refuge. “We spend huge swathes of our lives in what I call the ‘trance of unworthiness.’”

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4 Steps to a Developing a Growth Mindset

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