This post is part of an ongoing series on how to Raise Your Havingness Level. If you want to know what the Havingness Level is, how to find yours, or simply read the series from the beginning, go to Raise Your Havingness Level: Introduction.
In the previous weeks we talked about how dissatisfaction is good for you and what to do to use it like a superpower and start manifesting what you want. We also talked about how the instant gratification mentality is actually good for you.
Last week we talked about the inner critic, how to check if your limiting thoughts are yours or just stuff you picked up from other people, and how to easily get rid of the limiting thoughts that aren’t yours.
So did you try doing last week’s exercise for three days? How did it go? What did you discover about yourself and your limiting thoughts? (send me a message or comment below and let me know. I am really curious to hear what your experience with it was!)
If you did, you were probably surprised to discover that there is a TON of things that go through your mind daily that isn’t yours at all!
So now that you have first-hand experience of how many of your limiting thoughts aren’t yours, let’s go a little bit deeper.
There is another very simple and quick tool you can use that can help you in many different ways and can also help you raise your havingness level.