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we are limitless

We must accept limitation in order to transcend it. — Anodea Judith

There is something beautiful about our limitations once we understand the little power that they have in our lives. They are not even limitations but merely markers of our own perceptions of our abilities. Know your limitations and then have the courage to let them go. Focus instead on the reality of your greatness and abundance.

My beloved child, break your heart no longer.
Each time you judge yourself, you break your own heart.
You stop feeding on the love which is the wellspring of your vitality.
The time has come. Your time. To celebrate. And to see the goodness that you are.
You my child, are divine. You are pure. You are sublimely free.
You are God in disguise. And you are always perfectly safe.
Do not fight the dark. Just turn on the light.
Let go, And breathe into the goodness that you are.
— Swami Kripalvanandaji (Bapuji)

 

Each time you limit or judge yourself, you do a disservice to yourself and your life. Start praising yourself. Start seeing your dreams as reachable. Start expanding your reality. Be yourself. Live your life. Go after all that you want in life. Invent your dreams and your life.

Affirmation: I am worthy. I am abundance. I am limitless. Believe it. Know it. Embrace it. Live it. Say this affirmation to yourself each day and feel your life start to open up for you.

—Lissa E. 

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8 thoughts on “we are limitless”

  1. Lissa, one of my interests has always been teaching yoga to people who might not naturally gravitate towards it or think they have the physical capacity for it — I’m going to reference this beautiful post when I’m lucky enough to do so — so heartfully put.

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  2. I think I needed that. At this point, I am reaching for a lot of things but I am truly scared of being empty handed. The things is I want to believe but part of me is always asking-what makes your worthy. I am really really starting to notice that censor. I love these affirmations. I love the idea of life opening up because I do believe it can and will.

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