Are Your Limiting Beliefs Keeping You From Happiness?
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Is there an area in your life where you've lost the ability to dream? Why do some people enjoy more happiness and health than others? 

They're able to put their mind to goals and they actualize rapidly. These people see opportunities when others see closed doors. They handle setbacks with grace and ease. What if there were a way we could all confidently move in the direction of our goals? After all, we all want happiness and health, but despite our best efforts and honest attempts, most of us fall short of reaching these goals.

I spent two years dedicated to studying paths to health and happiness in yoga studios, meditation retreats, and in new fad diets. I found that unless we first address the key emotional habits and limiting beliefs that keep us from reaching our full potential, attempts to change external habits won’t help.

I decided to dive deeper into my patterns, and I recognized that many of us have limiting beliefs that keep us from reaching our goals.

After putting myself on this conscious cleanse and really looking at my limiting beliefs, all of my goals started to manifest faster. I felt healthier, more vibrant and happy. My confidence grew, and I felt more purposeful in everything that I do. 

If you are ready to manifest your dreams, this conscious cleanse can help.

STOP:

Stop clinging to expectations.

Stop playing it safe to avoid more pain.

Stop thinking if it hasn't happened yet, it won't ever happen.

Stop obsessing about the future.

Stop comparing yourselves to others.

Stop holding on to resentment.

Stop giving up too soon.

Stop believing other people’s opinions of you matter.

Stop blaming others for your unhappiness.

Stop holding on to negative feelings.

START:

Start to recognize that everything is in the right order.

Start forgiving others — including yourself.

Start stepping outside of your comfort zone more.

Start to be accountable.

Start to trust yourself.

Start to smile more.

Start being more patient.

Start embracing your true self.

Start following your heart.

Start to be present and enjoy the journey. 


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About the Author

Shannon Kaiser has been labeled a "New Thought leader on the Rise," by Café Truth. She's helped thousands of people worldwide through her private life coaching practice, articles, her bestselling book, meditation albums, workshops, courses, and her award winning website PlayWithTheWorld.com.

She's an inspirational author, speaker, travel journalist, teacher, and life coach who left her successful career in advertising several years ago to follow her heart to be a writer. She is the bestselling author of Find Your Happy, an Inspirational Guide to Loving Life to Its Fullest, and a six-time contributing author to Chicken Soup for The Soul.

Her work has been recognized in media outlets across the world such as Good Morning America, Good Day New York, Inside Edition, HuffPost Live, Health Magazine, and Australian Vogue, and she writes for MindBodyGreen, Huffington Post, Healing Lifestyles & Spas and The Daily Love. Everything Shannon does is to help you connect to your true self and unapologetically live your authentic purpose. She's currently finishing her next book Adventures for Your Soul (Penguin, May 2015). She lives in Portland, OR with her adventure buddy, her dog Tucker.

Visit her online at PlayWithTheWorld.com, Facebook, and Twitter.

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