Limiting thoughts are a disguised form of negation.
They are a way that I say no to life while pretending life is saying no to me.
Limitations are plausible self-deceptions.
They are prefabricated excuses for every failure to be what I want to be and to do what I want to do.
No one blames me for being held back by all of the limitations that I have adopted.
Limitations are a subtle form of negativity that is socially acceptable.
They don’t have a bad sound or smell. It even has the appearance of maturity to not struggle with reality and to accept the limitations that appear to be present in the world.
When I face a challenge, I write a script of limitations and possibilities based upon my beliefs about myself.
Inside my mind is a personalized collection of limiting beliefs that tell me everything I cannot do.
My limiting beliefs create confusion, and it’s easy to attribute my limitations to my world rather than to myself.
There is no reason to place limits on any worthwhile objective before I try to make it happen.
Limiting beliefs are a choice, and I choose to not have any.
If you want to learn more about how to use positive self-talk to get a new way of thinking and feeling, you can read Maximum Strength Positive Thinking by Dr. Dave.