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We learn about ourselves from various sources over the years: feedback from teachers and friends, test results, setbacks. Most likely from these we’ve developed some very inaccurate limiting beliefs of what we are capable of.
How do we overcome the limiting beliefs that are obscuring our true potential?
Here is today’s Buddhist life hack on overcoming limiting beliefs:
Believing in ourselves requires practice, it’s a muscle we need to work each day.
What does this look like in our real life? Here’s a video featuring Rachel Mundus, of Ann Arbor, Michigan, that breaks down just that.
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