A Blind Spot Around Money
This week's question from my portal “The Neagle Code: Directions for Life” comes from someone who wishes to remain anonymous.
David, I believe I have a blind spot around money. I can list off lots of reasons why I think this, but the primary reason is that I have been stuck at a financial ceiling in my business for over 3 years now…and I often catch myself making decisions based in money fears. How can I uncover what this blind spot is? Is it just simply a belief?
So here's what I want you to consider first off.
Your problem… your blind spot is probably a generational problem.
I want you to think about something. Somewhere back in your history, in your family lineage, problems started, and those problems literally became belief systems.
Now, I want you to think… if your great-great-great grandparents had experienced some misfortune in their life, and they didn't understand it, and couldn't see a way out of it, what would invariably happen is they would create a belief system around that problem.
That problem, all the circumstances around that problem, all the people around that problem, all the conclusions of that problem would become a belief for them.
It then gets passed down to the next generation that comes along until it finally hits you and your generation, and you have no choice but to accept it as being true.
(Remember, prior to the age of 7 you didn’t have the ability to reject beliefs.)
You’re now in a place where you’re asking a different question. You’re ready to take this downward progression of a blind spot that has probably been going on for generations in your family lineage, and actually turn it around for a big win in your life.
Blind spots are usually masked in resistance… so get really quiet and ask yourself the following question:
What am I resisting Doing, Being or Having?
Examine ALL areas of your life, because how you do anything is how you do everything.
When you uncover the resistance, immediately take action.
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And congrats to you for being willing to question the deep beliefs that are causing your problem!
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I made a major blindspot breakthrough yesterday while watching Bob Proctor’s Paradigm Shift replay. It’s along the lines of how you approach anything is how you approach everything. In the last day, Bob mentioned a random example of an area that I happened to be easily successful in right next to an area that has remained well out of my reach and on a pedestal to me. And so I saw the contrast between them. I had been conditioned in childhood through consistently repeated experiences from both of my parents to create an artificial barrier in one area while being free to grow and create what I want in another. Thus I’ve been approaching both areas very differently instead of in the same way – just arbitrarily because of that negative conditioning.
So the idea is to notice one area where you’re easily successful at and notice what’s different about it in your perception from the area that has the perceived ceiling. What that difference was for me – in my successful area, I would decide what I wanted, not knowing how, and would just do it and learn along the way – Easy! Normal! No big deal at all. In the area that was eluding me, I was trying to gather lots of information, not making decisions and not taking necessary actions – it felt so “big” and futile to me, and I was seeing it as something outside of me that I had to “get”. So learning through taking action, gathering feedback and gaining experience versus trying to “learn” through rote and osmosis, which was avoidance / procrastination.
So now I can see very clearly that I just need to look at the area that had been eluding me in the same way as the area I’ve been successful in.