When it comes to adopting a new mindset and set of beliefs, repetition is key. You have a lot of negative programming to overcome and the only way to root it out is to constantly be feeding your mind the good stuff. You will constantly be coming up against the old you and the old way of thinking, and the only way to keep these nefarious forces from from winning out is to keep exposing yourself to the new beliefs. Eventually, the new beliefs will win a permanent spot in your mind and the old, limiting beliefs will gradually lose their power. The "good stuff" comes in various forms ,and includes anything that drives these ideas home, whether it be a book, blog post, vision board or a video on Youtube. One of my favorite things to do is write down or speak a certain affirmation in my mind over and over again. The latter is a particularly great way to drill ideas home as you can do it any time, anywhere -- when you find a negative thought or limiting belief popping in your mind, you just simply repeat your affirmation over and over again. No one can hear you or can tell what you are doing, so no worries about dealing with criticisms and judgments regarding your activities.
Unless you are some sort of spiritual master, you are not immune from the poison of the negative thinking that pervades most of us. If you truly have an interest in using more empowering beliefs to your advantage, you must make a habit of exposing yourself to them on a regular basis. Even those who believe these things most strongly struggle with it sometimes -- that junk programming runs extremely deep. I know for me personally, things really did not start improving until I made a conscious effort to expose myself to better ways of thinking every, single day. Before that point, the old ways of thinking were still prevalent throughout most of the day and I was slowing my progress.
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