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Published: 19.04.23

Breaking Free From The Limits We Create For Ourselves

At Organimo, we believe in the power of being limitless. Our “You Are Limitless” slogan encourages our customers to tap into their full potential and achieve their goals. However, the irony of being limitless is that we often create limits for ourselves without even realizing it.

Our daily routines and habits can become programmed into our minds, creating subconscious limits that hold us back from reaching our full potential. These limits can be physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual. They can be anything from self-doubt and fear of failure to negative self-talk and unhealthy habits.

Here are some tips to help you break free from the limits you’ve created for yourself:

Recognize your limits:

The first step to breaking free from your limits is to recognize that they exist. Take a moment to reflect on the habits and thought patterns that may be holding you back from achieving your goals. Common limits that people put on themselves include:

  • Believing they are not smart enough, talented enough, or capable enough to achieve their goals
  • Being afraid to take risks and step out of their comfort zone
  • Procrastinating and making excuses instead of taking action
  • Comparing themselves to others and feeling inadequate
  • Allowing their past failures to define their future

To overcome these limits, you must first become aware of them and acknowledge that they are not serving you.

Set clear and specific goals:

Setting clear and specific goals is an important step in breaking free from the limits we’ve created for ourselves. By defining what you want to achieve and setting measurable targets, you can create a roadmap to success.

To set effective goals, start by identifying what you want to achieve. Is it a personal goal, such as improving your fitness or learning a new skill? Or is it a professional goal, such as advancing in your career or starting a business? Once you’ve identified your goal, break it down into smaller, achievable steps. For example, if your goal is to improve your fitness, your smaller steps could include going for a walk or run each day, doing 20 minutes of yoga in the morning, or joining a gym and working out three times a week.

It’s important to make your goals specific and measurable so that you can track your progress. Instead of setting a vague goal like “get fit,” make it more specific, such as “run a 5k in under 30 minutes” or “do 10 pull-ups in a row.” This way, you’ll know exactly what you’re working toward and can celebrate your progress along the way.

Practice mindfulness:

Mindfulness is the practice of being present in the moment and fully engaged with your surroundings. By cultivating mindfulness, you can quiet your mind and become more aware of your thoughts and emotions. This can help you break free from the limits you’ve created for yourself by enabling you to identify negative thought patterns and replace them with more positive ones.

To practice mindfulness, start by finding a quiet place where you won’t be disturbed. Sit or lie down comfortably and focus on your breathing. Notice the sensation of the breath moving in and out of your body. If your mind starts to wander, gently bring your attention back to your breath. You can also try guided meditations or mindfulness exercises to help you stay focused and present.

In addition to formal meditation, you can practice mindfulness in your daily life by being fully engaged in the tasks you’re doing. Whether you’re washing dishes, taking a walk, or having a conversation with a friend, try to be fully present and engaged in the moment.

Develop self-discipline:

Self-discipline is the ability to control your thoughts and actions in order to achieve your goals. By developing self-discipline, you can stay focused and motivated even when faced with challenges and distractions.

To develop self-discipline, start by setting a daily routine. This could include waking up at the same time each day, eating healthy meals at regular intervals, and setting aside dedicated time for work or study. By sticking to a routine, you can build the habit of self-discipline and make it easier to stay on track toward your goals.

It’s also important to hold yourself accountable for your progress. This could mean tracking your progress in a journal or app or sharing your goals with a friend or mentor who can provide support and encouragement.

Eliminate distractions:

Identify and eliminate any distractions that may interfere with your ability to focus and stay disciplined. This may include your phone, social media, TV, video games or other forms of entertainment. While these distractions may seem harmless, they can easily consume hours of our time and prevent us from making progress toward our goals.

Distractions can be a way of avoiding unpleasant emotions or responsibilities, such as stress or work-related tasks. For example, constantly checking your phone or social media may be a way of procrastinating or avoiding a challenging project. It can be helpful to identify the underlying reasons for your distractions and address them directly.

To eliminate distractions, it is important to set boundaries for yourself. Turn off notifications on your phone, log out of social media accounts, and create a dedicated workspace that is free of distractions. You can also try scheduling specific times to check your phone or take breaks from work to engage in leisure activities.

Another strategy is to find alternative activities that are more conducive to your goals and aspirations. For example, instead of spending hours scrolling through social media, you could spend that time reading a book, practicing a skill, or working on a personal project.

Remember, eliminating distractions is not about depriving yourself of enjoyment or relaxation. It is about creating an environment that supports your goals and helps you stay focused on what is truly important. By doing so, you can achieve greater levels of productivity and fulfillment in your life.

Practice self-care:

Taking care of ourselves is essential in breaking free from the limits we create for ourselves. By getting enough sleep, eating well, and exercising regularly, we can stay energized and motivated to achieve our goals. Loving yourself means taking care of your mental and emotional health by practicing self-compassion, gratitude, and forgiveness.

Self-care can also include practicing mindfulness and relaxation techniques, like taking a warm bath or practicing yoga. It’s important to prioritize self-care as part of your daily routine and to make it a non-negotiable aspect of your life.

When you care about yourself, you are taking care of your energy. This includes not associating yourself with energies that bring you down and don’t make you feel good. When we start to take care of our souls, we become conscious of each of our energy exchanges. We identify if the present moment serves us. Does this resonate with my heart? We start to ask ourselves more questions and discover what our resonance with the world is. Our personal discovery is getting to know us better, what bad habits to remove, which great habits to begin and how to love ourselves to the fullest. We begin to open our hearts wider, love more and feel more.

Common Limits People Place on Themselves

One common limit people place on themselves is the fear of failure. This fear can prevent us from taking risks and pursuing our goals, keeping us stuck in our comfort zones.

Another common limit is the belief that we’re not good enough. This belief can hold us back from trying new things and taking on challenges, limiting our potential for growth and success.

Society also places limits on us through cultural and societal norms. For example, the belief that success is only achieved through a certain career path or lifestyle can limit our options and prevent us from pursuing our passions.

It’s important to remember that breaking free from the limits we’ve created for ourselves is an ongoing process. It takes time, effort, and commitment to make lasting changes and develop new habits. But with patience and persistence, you can overcome your limits and tap into your limitless potential.

At Organimo, we believe in the power of self-improvement and personal growth. Our sea moss and bladderwrack products are designed to support your health and well-being so that you can thrive and achieve your goals. We hope that these tips have been helpful in inspiring you to break free from your limits and reach new heights in your personal and professional life.

Remember, you are limitless, and the only thing holding you back is the limits you’ve created for yourself. By recognizing these limits, setting clear goals, practicing mindfulness and self-discipline, eliminating distractions, and taking care of yourself, you can break free from these limitations and achieve anything you set your mind to. So go out there and unleash your limitless potential!

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