Bust A Limiting Belief

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Here’s the link to my program to bust a limiting belief that 90% of people have.  When you break through this inner barrier you’ll find yourself more able to achieve things you’ve been unable to achieve for years.

Click here to get rid of a limiting belief for good

After you get rid of your belief, let me know what you think below.

Morty Lefkoe

1,489 thoughts on “Bust A Limiting Belief

  1. Hello there (from France ! ;))

    Great program there, I choose the “I’m not good enough” limiting belief. I’ve already read some good stuff about that, but practicing the exercises in the video (writing and answering out loud) helped me much better to experience the learning process.

    I think i’m going to see the full program.

    Thanks for all.

    Hassan

  2. Angela Delfini says:

    Hola estimado Sr. Morty, le felicito por sus aportes a la humanidad sobre las técnicas que nos ayudan a mejorar hacia la excelencia de nuestra personalidad, le cuento que durante un tiempo he estado buscando una técnica que me ayude a cancelar mis creencias limitantes, ahora que la he encontrado, resulta que no existe material en español. Sería de gran ayuda que se pudiera brindar a toda la población de habla hispana todo este material en español. Un saludo fraternal

  3. Margaret Robertson says:

    I just got rid of a limiting belief, it’s wonderful. I feel invincible. The video I watch was ‘I’m not good enough’ fantastic thank you so much.

  4. This is so wonderful! And you’ve left me wondering what the ending of the who am I film! It told me about understanding but cut off before it told me about experiencing and distinguishing! Would it be possible for you to let me know the rest of that story? Thank you so much for your generosity!

  5. Thank you. I did the ‘i’m not good enough’ and ‘mistakes are bad’ programs. Both of them were like talking with an old friend, and then I realize that old friend is myself. Here’s a big hug to the world :)

  6. After doing the first belief i am overwhelmed with the realization of all the physical abuse I endured. That’s how my mother handled any ‘mistakes or failures’. I didn’t realize the abuse was that bad until now. Now I feel stuck in the memories of the terrifying fear as she beat me,wondering when she was going to stop. What step should I take now? I don’t feel up to going to #2 until I sort this out. Any suggestions?

  7. Hello!

    Thanks for the video course on eliminating a limiting belief!

    I went through it, but not sure if it really worked.

    You see, it leaves a certain doubt: if I create beliefs, and if these beliefs are so common, doesn’t it mean that we’re all wired to create these destructive beliefs? I mean it must be in my nature to limit myself in the first place if I created such a belief for myself. Otherwise I’d create some better beliefs, right? So this is one point of doubt.

    The other is when you ask if there’s a sense of power in the end and that there are no limits. This is a definite NO. The limit is my body and time. I cannot do everything, not even everything I want. There are hard limits, and I cannot be unaware of them.

    Sorry for being negative.

    Otherwise, this is a great course and a great gift for which I’m really grateful!

    1. This is Rodney a Certified Lefkoe Method Facilitator and Director of Training at the Lefkoe Institute.

      I’d like to address your comments. First, I’d like to address the following statements:

      if I create beliefs, and if these beliefs are so common, doesn’t it mean that we’re all wired to create these destructive beliefs? I mean it must be in my nature to limit myself in the first place if I created such a belief for myself. Otherwise I’d create some better beliefs, right?

      You’re partially right here. It is in our nature as children to form certain limiting beliefs IF the environment warrants it. So if a parent is critical a child is likely to form “I’m not good enough.” Since a child is 1) unaware he is forming a belief and 2) even if aware would be unlikely to look for alternative meanings and 3) thinks everything is about them, the criticism means “I’m not good enough” instead of something more useful like my behavior might need to change.

      So in that sense it is in our nature to form limiting beliefs given the right circumstances. We also form empowering beliefs given the right circumstances as well.

      And I would say it’s in our nature to be able to continue to learn and to unlearn what we’ve learned in the past. If that were not the case, there would never be innovation, or social change and we both know those things do in fact exist.

      Lastly, you won’t feel empowered at the end of the process if you did not get rid of a belief. That part called “Who Am I Really?” only works when a person is certain their belief is gone. So if you try it again and succeed at unlearning a belief, let me know if “Who Am I Really?” works for you.

      And keep in mind “Who am I really?” produces a set of empowering feelings but those feelings are not facts. Feeling that you have no limitations does not mean there aren’t some real limits in the physical world. When a belief is gone one can look inside and notice that it feels like anything is possible. But of course intellectually we know that although MANY, MANY things are possible, some things may not be. For example, I cannot flap my wings really fast and fly to outer space. But when I’m in the “Who Am I Really?” state, I don’t think of what is or is not possible. I just notice the feeling of limitlessness.

  8. Dear Morty,

    I went through your training related to removing a limiting belief.

    Now, I am un employed, so this is my belief – “I’m un employed”.

    This belief cannot go away, right? Coz I can see it, that I am un employed. I have evidence, proof.

    Thanks & Regards,
    Ivan

    1. Ivan,

      I’m Director of Training at the Lefkoe Institute so I can answer your question.

      And yes you are right you can’t get rid the belief “I’m un-employed.” This is because these words describe reality. It’s a fact that you are un-employed, not a belief.

      But what is it that you want to change in your behavior or emotions?

      Are you hoping that if you change your beliefs you’ll take more action to get a job? If so, trying to believe you have a job when you don’t would probably make you less motivated since your mind would already be convinced you have a job. If you have it, then why look for it.

      Regards,

      Rodney

  9. Hi,

    Could you possibly add optional captions to the videos for the hearing impaired people.

    Thanks.

  10. You have a method that works to stop smoking after 55 years addiction? I can’t figure out what my beliefs are about this. ok to email me.

    All 3 of your methods worked for me.

    Thank you

  11. Ed Soriano says:

    I clicked on all 3 different beliefs, and the alternative belief button. The window said “Error configuration…” I was not able to do any of the belief-removal techniques you mentioned.

  12. Hello, regarding the belief “mistakes and failure are bad”: I don’t know if I’ve totally eliminated that belief bc I still see that the CONSEQUENCES of mistakes & failures CAN BE bad. For example: a young boy playing w/ a hacky sack in the living room (despite his mother’s admonitions not to) is advancing his dexterity and learning skills that can be helpful in innumerable ways in his life. Inevitably at some point, he kicks the sack off course and hits an object on a nearby table. The object falls to the floor. If the object is a nerf football, there is no obvious negative consequence. If the object is a priceless Ming vase that broke into pieces and that was to be sold to pay the money owed the bank so the family could keep their home that was about to go into foreclosure, the negative consequences are extreme. Therefore, how can mistakes and failure not SOMETIMES be bad (even though you can’t see them)? It is even possible that the mother may not react to the broken vase but that doesn’t change the potential consequences that result from the mistake (the boy’s misdirected kick that broke the vase). It is possible that the family could win the lottery to pay the mortgage or that money for it could come from yet another source and therefore the broken vase has less consequence however, it’s destruction definitely resulted in a material loss for the family even if other funds were realized to prevent foreclosure on their home. I could just as easily have used the rain example. While rain itself cannot create meaning for us, the consequences of it can….crops are saved, wedding clothes ruined (even if the celebration isn’t). We obviously still have the choice to view these consequences any way we wish, however, I still find it hard to believe that rain can’t SOMETIMES be a bad thing. Please enlighten me! Thank you!

  13. Thank you so much for your work! It empowered me almost instantly, and gave me the correct scope to see it was me creating the belief of not being good enough…. that gives me great comfort knowing that I can add meaning to anything I choose, thus creating an empowering life!! I cannot purchase the ‘Natural Confidence’ program now, but it is definitely on my to do list! I highly recommend this to anyone struggling in understanding their beliefs. Thank you again.

  14. I feel so different after doing the Lefkoe Method that was recommend by Steve Pavlina. Thank you so much Morty! It was instantaneous how relieved, peaceful, whole, powerful, and sense of fulfillment I felt and feel right NOW!

    IT’S AMAZING!

    May God bless you in all your endeavors kind sir, you have drastically altered my life for the good. I will look into getting rid of the other 19 beliefs to have UNSHAKABLE confidence and explode my business, relationships, happiness and health to elite levels I always knew were possible but didn’t quite FEEL them to be like I do now! My mind feels great right now seriously. I can’t wait to see how my life is going to be in the next couple hours, days and weeks with this profound epiphany.

    Thank you sir. Thank you!

    If there is anyway I can be of service to you please let me know via email.

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  16. Amazing! Who knew that understanding such a simple concept could change your life? It changed mine! I am so excited to experience my life for the better, in my career and with other relationships! Morty, I can’t thank you enough, and as a parent who didn’t go to “Parents University”, I am super excited to change my children’s life as soon as possible. Who knows what beliefs they may have formed. I am a very loving mother, but realize now that just maybe fussing at my kids at times when they were not listening and the usual expectations we put on our children, might have made them feel the same feelings and put meaning to meaningless events. They might be walking around with the same beliefs about themselves. Those two boys, (ages 12&16) are the first people I wanted to share my amazing experience with after dissolving my first belief. You have changed my life and I have shared my experience with many with-in 24hrs of viewing the video, and cannot wait to change the beliefs of the two most important people in my life. I just can’t thank you enough and I am so excited to purchase your program!
    Respectfully,
    Laurie Ward

  17. Hi Morty,

    I was doing the “I’m not important” belief busting process, but couldn’t finish it because of being called away to do something. However, I wrote the following passage soon after:

    “People are “important” when they have power – they can influence, convince or coerce/frighten other people into doing and saying the things they want them to.
    Powerful people may be people with money, muscle, or personality. These are forms of power. Though in the end it does seem to come down to personality, because lots of people with money and muscle get cowed down by those with a dominating personality.
    I don’t want to be a dominating personality but I don’t want to be dominated.
    Personalities may dominate through fear, through charm, or seemingly through reason.
    In the end they get their way.
    Something tells me there is something wrong with this thinking – the “dominating personality” bit is probably where it’s at. The fact that a personality is dominating in itself seems to to imply that the will to dominate is native to the personality; that is, it comes from within the person, and is not dependent on external factors.
    I have been frightened into doing the opposite of my will a number of times, and influenced and convinced to do/say the opposite of what I wanted to do/say on other occasions, and so I have come to believe that I am a relatively powerless person, and therefore unimportant.
    This may not be true. If I can stand up to people when my principles are violated, I will begin to consider myself more important than I now do.
    The feeling of not important comes from within me. It is a cycle with events reinforcing what is after all only a belief and not fact.
    The fact is I’m neither important or unimportant. I just am. That is the fact.
    But that is important, by virtue of it being a fact. Facts are important because being true, they can influence things, people, events.”

    What do you think of that? Does it ring true?

  18. Well for me it is working! I love the process. I always become tired when I am working on deep long standing issues within myself. I am tired but also feel lighter and happier when I’ve done the inside work from this program. This has been the most effective program I have found thus far. Thank you!

  19. I really love the process for “I’m not good enough.” I have a question about abandonment. My father never wanted me and still does not (I’m almost 40)…how do I get over that? It’s not the quite the same as the what you laid out in the 3 recordings.

    Marjorie

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  25. It would be nice to have the actual belief listed by the belief number when searching for a belief that I want to work on. Sometimes the belief will immediately pop up on the screen and I can know if this is the one I want to work on, and sometimes I have to listen for a while until it describes the belief. Having the description available would save the user time in having to click through all 19 beliefs to find the one they wish to work on. Thanks.

  26. Brenda Moore says:

    great work! wow! powerful results for me just with the “I’m not good enough” belief. Thank you for the free audio.

  27. The process is all logical, and helpful.

    I’m wondering what BELIEF I might be needing help with because I am feeling like with every one I’m working through with your program, it FEELS like I’m down on my parents. Where did I miss you talk about or address this?

    Thanks.

  28. Ditto to what Elaine said. Exactly the same for me.

  29. All I can say is WOW! This program lead me logically, step by step, to help me realize it was my interpretations, not what my parents actually said, that has colored my whole life! What a weight has been lifted off my mind and heart! Thank you so much!!!

    1. well said Elaine. Amazing to be able to come to this understanding / realisation in less than 30 min. Thanks Morty!

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  31. Lucas Lindblom says:

    Hi Morty,

    My question is about science. In the same way we actually never see the belief “i’m not good enough” in reality, is it true that science never actually see their in models IN reality, but only in their minds? I am a bit confused about this, because they can test their models IN reality and it obviously produces the results they expected. So this sort of confirms that their imagined models in their minds are true.

    If you could answer this question for me, it would mean a lot!

    Sincerely,

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  33. Stacey Barlow says:

    Your name and website was given to me by one of your students; within 20 seconds to a minute I no longer felt that I wasn’t good enough. I look at it now as what my parents were doing was not setting me up to fail but setting me up to succeed. . .thank you for making that clear to me. I really appreciate it.

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  35. Dear Morty,
    I’ve reading you blog for some months now and started the Natural Confidence program. It’s very clear to me that we attribute meaning to events and that it’s our interpretations and beliefs which make us feel bad, not the events. But since the beginning I’m having trouble with your statement of “events have no (inherent) meaning”. I think that you cannot compare a person’s behaviour with rain that is falling. For me a person’s behaviour is always an expression of her needs (I’m getting trained in non-violent communication at the moment and I really like this point of view). E.g. your daughter is yelling at you and tells you you’re annoying. There is a reason why she’s acting that way although you or even your daughter don’t know it. “This event has no meaning” “makes me” upset every time I hear it in you Natural Confidence program. When you ask “Can you see now that this event has no meaning” I always want to reply “No! It has a meaning, even if it’s not the meaning I give the event” and it makes me hard to continue with the program because I think that you deny the meaning which at least exists for the acting person. It helped me that you say in the program that “this event has no meaning” can be understood as “this event doesn’t tell anything for sure about yourself or life”, but it still kind of blocks me. If you have an advice how to deal with this I would be very grateful. Thanks for sharing your ideas with so many people.
    Kindest regards, Katja (from Germany)

    1. Katja, thanks for pointing this out! This was an amazing exercise, with great success for me, but I actually had the same reaction when I heard “Can you see this event has no meaning”… “NO…!” Reading your post reminded me of that and also helped when you restated Morty’s words “this event doesn’t tell anything for sure about your life.” Thanks!

    2. Kata, I too have been exposed to NVC, and I believe that all behavior has meaning.

      When I hear Morty saying “this behavior has no meaning”, I think instead ‘not one specific objective meaning’, or ‘I can’t know what meaning the other person has given to the event’.

      I see that I give all behavior meaning based on my beliefs, and the experiences that have lead to those beliefs. I am aware that I can assign different meaning, if I become conscious of the meaning I have given the event, and I can choose a different subjective meaning, just as others would give it different meaning too, as mentioned in Morty’s method.

  36. Great program only half way through.

    Best money I spent on self development!

  37. One of my bigger beliefs is “change is difficult and it takes a long time.” I’ve been hard on myself when I’ve tried to create new habits in my life, only to see myself go back to my old ways. After witnessing myself going back to old ways so many times, I concluded that change is difficult. It seemed to be the logical conclusion! Eliminating this belief is particularly freeing for me. Thank you Morty. I’m looking forward to the rest of the Natural Confidence program.

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