“I can’t do that. I’m not that kind of person.”

Does your self-image ever get in your way?

Changing what you believe about yourself isn’t about trying to convince yourself that you’re something you’re not.

It happens naturally when you choose to show up in the world in a different way.
 

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Resources & References

Where limiting beliefs come from (the post about why I thought my writing sucked)
 
Effects of doing a practice for 1000 days according to Kundalini yoga (note: sadhana means daily practice and the article also explains the effects of 40/90/120 days)
 
1000th photo on Instagram
 
Oprah quotes:

“I used to pray for the discipline to lose weight. My diary is literally filled with prayers to God, `Please give me the willpower . . .’ Then when I finally did it, I realized you don’t pray for discipline, you get discipline by doing it.”

–Oprah (as quoted in this article)

“. . . it wasn’t until I made the decision to be true to my word that my prayers were answered. I began to work out every morning whether I liked it or not. And before long, I started to behave and look like a disciplined person.”

–Oprah (as quoted in Barbara Stanny’s book, Sacred Success)

 

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