I’ve been considering the idea of worthiness and what it means. Am I worthy? Yes, I think so. Do I feel worthy? Not always.
Last weekend I attended a business seminar and worthiness came up often. It surprised me how many of us don’t feel worthy of success or wealth- myself included.
Let me explain, I believe I am worthy of success, but I don’t necessarily feel worthy. Or perhaps it’s just that I believe I shouldn’t feel worthy.
One of the questions that we were asked in the seminar is “what is your number one limiting belief about being wealthy?”
Wow. What a powerful question.
I realized in that moment I do have limiting beliefs about not only being wealthy, but about desiring wealth. That desiring to be wealthy is selfish, shallow, and wealthy people are disconnected.
I expanded on this and began to ask myself what other limiting beliefs I have in other areas of life.
Do I feel worthy of beauty? What are my limiting beliefs around beauty?
Isn’t it funny that my limiting beliefs about beauty are the same as my limiting beliefs about being wealthy?
Before I can receive, I must believe I am worthy of receiving.
My invitation to you is to consider your limiting beliefs, and whether you truly feel worthy. Often simply asking the question is enough to open the door to greater self-acceptance and self-love.
Do you feel worthy?
Do you feel worthy of your beauty?
Do you feel worthy of your health?
Do you feel worthy of admiration?
Do you feel worthy of love?
Do you feel worthy of self-love?
What are your limiting beliefs around your worthiness? Please join the conversation in the comments.
Photo by Julie Jablonski