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Limiting Beliefs Can Keep you from Anchoring Yourself

Updated: Feb 9, 2023

Have you ever thought that your limiting beliefs about yourself have gotten in the way of anchoring and balancing yourself?

Anchored and Balanced

When we are anchored and can feel balanced, it brings calmness within, tuning into our higher selves to be the best selves we can be. We can think clearly and stay focused. When I have experienced my mind wandering around like a pinball in a pinball machine, going from one thought to the next, they are usually concerning my limiting beliefs. I hadn’t learned yet that’s how everyone’s brain works. It is said the average person has about seventy thousand thoughts per day. No wonder: if our brain functions like that, why would the brain roam? In my younger years, I spent a lot of time dwelling on my shortcomings and beliefs about myself. We all want to feel important, accepted, and loved. Because we dwell on all of the negative talk inside our heads, how can we?

When You Are Unbalanced

When we are in a state of unbalance and always focusing on those beliefs, it affects our mental health and stress levels. It can lead to many bad habits. One of them I used to partake in was overeating causing weight gain, which caused health issues for me.

After I learned about my limiting beliefs: I was not good enough, smart enough, or lovable enough just to name a few; I allowed myself to change my thoughts by anchoring myself within my mind. I began to live in the here and now.

How to Anchor Yourself

The beauty of anchoring helps me to find a balance between being and doing. Our lives are always busy, and all the doing can be overwhelming, tiring, and draining. The world we live in promotes productivity at all times most often focusing on success, wealth, and owning things to make us happy. But when I take the time to ground and balance myself, I can get in touch with the real me to find what is really important to me.

There are just a few techniques I use to accomplish that.

  • Daily meditation.

  • Writing in a notebook every morning to get my thoughts out and put them on paper. There is something to taking a pen to paper, clearing the cobwebs from my brain, so I’m ready for my day.

  • Saying a mantra (translates to mind instrument).

  • Daily affirmations.

Daily Affirmations to Anchor Yourself

There are nine affirmations I like to use. But instead of reciting them in an I Am statement, I ask myself, Am I? I use this technique to check in to see if I am in that state of mind. The questions I ask are

Am I:

  • Calm

  • Courageous

  • Confident

  • Curious

  • Clear

  • Compassionate

  • Connected

  • Changeable

  • Creative

When we can answer yes to these questions, we know we are balanced and anchored in with our higher self. Your intuition is firing up, and you can pay attention and live in the present. If I answer with no, I tune in to my intuition to discover why. It only takes a few seconds to bring it to my awareness.

Stay tuned for my next blog, where I will talk in-depth about the 9 Cs.

Until next time.



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