Have you ever had one of those days where you went from one event to another to another? One Monday morning I facilitated my regular class on the book, The Artist’s Way, ate a light lunch and then drove with my sister, Jeanne, north of downtown Dallas where I was interviewed on a podcast. Gens Johnson, the host, greeted us warmly, showed us where the podcast would take place and explained when to look into the cameras. At 2pm sharp, Gens introduced me and for the next 45 minutes she asked me questions about my life, some of my struggles and how I overcame them. We also talked about the books I’ve written, who my ideal client is and life in general. It was so much fun! After the podcast we drove to my house in the suburbs where I led a Zoom call for the Divine Master Mind Group. By the time that ended it was after 5pm and I was pooped!
But something was bothering me, nagging at me for my attention. Two days later I finally stopped and asked myself, “What’s going on with you?” On Monday morning I had woken up really early, excited for the day but also felt this nervousness that I just couldn’t explain. Every once in a while this shiver would go through my body, as if I was cold. (It was 70 degrees and definitely not cold!) It took me getting into a quiet space for the answer to rise to the surface of my consciousness. It was my limiting belief that I was unworthy of so much abundance in my life.
Limiting beliefs are usually formed when we are very young, trying to figure out the world we live in and the family we are born into. They can come from what the beliefs of the adults in our lives and also from our young perceptions of what’s going on in the world around us. Limiting beliefs become ingrained in our subconsciousness where they show up in our lives in many different ways. They can be the reason that some people work really hard but never reach the level of success that they want. A limiting belief such as unworthiness can even stop a person from moving forward and fulfilling their life’s purpose.
The reason that unworthy feels bad is because your soul knows it isn’t true, never has been true and never will be the truth of who you really are. Feeling bad is your soul letting you know that your beliefs are untrue. Let’s say you have a long stick; on one end is the feeling of unworthiness and the other end is the feeling of total worthiness where your soul lives. The further you are away from the soul end, the more you feel bad. The closer you are to the soul end, the better you feel.
The truth is that we are all born worthy of all abundance in our lives. We don’t have to prove anything to anyone; we just have to believe that being worthy is our birthright. You came into this life worthy and somewhere along the line were taught that you were less than, not good enough. But it isn’t so. You don’t have to do anything to deserve it because being worthy already lives in you. You decide which end of the stick you want to be on.
Because I’ve developed a process, the Divine Mastering Technique, to release limiting beliefs, I know how to let them go. Feeling unworthy of all the abundance in my life is gone and has been replaced with a wonderful feeling of worthiness, of love, of acceptance. It’s the truth, has always been the truth and will always be the truth of who I am, and who you are.
Because I’ve been asked to share my activities, I am posting them at the end of the blogs under “Staying Connected!”
12.02.19: Cohost of free Divine Master Mind® Zoom Session
12.09.19: Book Study on The Artist’s Way at 2570 Valley View Lane, Farmer’s Branch
12.16.19: Book Study on The Artist’s Way 2570 Valley View Lane, Farmer’s Branch
12.18.19: The Wonder of Winter Solstice – Free Zoom Event – December 18, 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Winter solstice is a celebration of the longest night of the year. It also releases the dark in favor of the light within each of us. Enjoy an evening of creativity, conversation and setting of intentions for the winter months. Wear your fuzzy slippers, put on your favorite pj’s and join us with a cup of steaming hot apple cider. Let me know if you would like to attend or click the link below:
12.22.19: Happy Hanukkah!
12.25.19: Merry Christmas!
1.1.20: Happy New Year!
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©Dawnie Dahir 2019