Here’s a little something you may not know about me.
Before I met Jack, the awesome man who’s now my husband, I used to say things like, ‘there are no good guys in Montreal’ (and no tall ones either).
Whether I truly believed this or not, I don’t know – but I do know that I said it often, and so did my friends.
Time and time again I would meet guys who actually were nice and overall decent people, but I saw them through the lens of my belief that good men couldn’t possibly exist in the city of nightlife, parties, and beautiful women.
But here I was, trekking along a belief system that kept me stuck. Until, one day I came to the realization that this thing my friends and I kept saying, wasn’t getting us anywhere. We were creating a pattern that we didn’t enjoy, by the very thing we chose to focus on. And it needed to stop.
If I couldn’t think of anything nice to say about Montreal guys, I could at the very least, say nothing at all.
As this became more natural to me, I started to not only point out the good qualities of the guys I met in the city, but I also started to notice more great men all around me – until I met the greatest one of all (in my eyes anyway:).
The belief that there are no good – or tall – men in Montreal was limiting because I wanted both a great and tall man in my life. And when I allowed myself to shift away from this limiting belief, and towards more empowering beliefs – like there are some really nice, sweet guys in this city – I created momentum in the direction of my vision.
And it worked.
I scored me a nice, funny AND tall cutie.
So my question for you is, what are your limiting beliefs about love, men and relationships?
What kinds of blanket statements do you use to describe them – and which of those statements are not really serving you?
If you want to learn more about limiting vs empowering beliefs and how to make your dream relationship a reality, I invite you to join me this evening on my free online workshop, How to Create the Love you Want.
Because you my dear, are meant to be unlimited.
Peace, love and crushing limiting beliefs about love,