103 Hacking Limiting Beliefs

We all have beliefs that limit us. In this podcast, Omar catches up on a few details with his audience concerning the Dream Journal and an e-mail of interest concerning Intentionship. The focus of this podcast, however, is a quick and effective exercise to help us shift our limiting beliefs into more helpful statements that will move us forward rather than block us. Omar also provides the understanding of how this works and why. Get out from under negative beliefs that are holding you back. Learn in this podcast how to alchemize negativity into Gold.


Omar M. Makram is the author of Transcending the Maya Matrix. This book speaks about transcending the illusions of reality, understanding that the only source of truth is within the self and how to use, what he calls: The Innate Guide to Co-Creation and Self-Realization.

Co-Creation Co-Creation is to befriend Life and work with It toward your highest goals.

Self-Realization is to know that you and Life are One, not two. Imagine the peace!



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“A belief is simply a thought we keep thinking” is how the concept of a ‘belief’ is defined by Abraham-Hicks. In this podcast, Omar shares a process that helps us to recognize thoughts and beliefs that we hold, to identify the fine line of when a thought becomes a belief, and shows us how to shift those beliefs to generate more positive thoughts that help us to move forward instead of keeping us stuck. He also uses this podcast to catch up a bit on a personal level by expressing  his need to complete the Dream Journal on cocreationsmanager.com, answering emails, and sharing an email about intentionship that he received from a reader. 


The first thing that Omar reminds us of is the fact the “multi-tasking  is a lie” and the importance of recognizing that. You can only do one thing at a time. One thing in the moment. When deciding which task to approach first, ask your heart. Follow your heart’s desire and let go of the details. You will find in doing so, that you will have more impetus in doing your task, more enjoyment and you will find yourself with more time as details simply fall away. Ask yourself, “ What do I want to do first?” and go with it. 


In considering limiting beliefs, Omar directs us to follow the 7 Simple Steps and write a list of dominant thoughts that come to us. What are the thoughts that keep you going in loops? As you look at that list, which one is the most dominant; the one that is there. . . always? “That is where things aren’t shifting.” Now you have to decide if that thing that is not shifting is a ‘thought’ or a ‘belief’. Is it a ‘fact’  or is it something that you ‘believe’ is a fact? His example of a fact: I make $500 per week. His example of a belief: “I don’t have any money.” In this case, the belief is a perception. You have $500 per week and you don’t have any money; “money for what?” “How much is enough?”


It is important that we be able to separate facts from beliefs. In order to do that, ask yourself the following question: “Is this true?” or is it the Maya Illusion?  Omar shares his all time favorite belief which concerns a lack of time. This is true for just about anyone who is juggling a job (or two jobs) with the responsibilities of a family, personal time, and community.  “There just isn’t enough time.” Enough time for what? And yet, he knows that there is enough time. Time can expand. Time can be wasted. FACT:  Time is a man-made concept to help us regulate our lives and coordinate with others in society. BELIEF:  “I cannot find enough time.” (Time for what?) FACT: “Time was created for our convenience.”  BELIEF:  “Time rules me. It is my taskmaster.” Which is true? Ask yourself, “Is this true?” When you give your power to a false belief, you create blockages that will, in fact, keep you from moving forward. Omar, being an infinitely creative creature, even admits to creating more and more things that take up his time, once he has gotten a reprieve from the pressure of not having enough time or when he discovers that he has a little free time on his hands. 


Once you have discovered what your dominant thought is, you want to shift it to a more positive, uplifting thought. Write it down and use it. Repeat it. Share it with friends. Possibilities for concerns about time are: “I can stretch time” (and you can, by imagining that you are actually stretching it or by doing the things first that your heart is calling you to do.), “Time does not control me. I control time”, Time does not exist”, “Time is not linear”,  and “I have all the time in the world.” Find something that feels good to you, something that relieves your anxiety and make it your new belief - a positive belief that will serve you. Make it yours. Use it as an affirmation. Write it over and over again until it fits you like a glove and then go with it.


Life needs to flow. . . to be fluid . . .in order for you to shift a limiting belief to a thought; a more positive and effective way of thinking and being. To start shifting limiting beliefs into positive aspects that can move us forward in our lives, use the process outlined by Omar here, but first and foremost, listen to your heart and your Innate Guide. They will always take you where you need and want to go.