Think back to when you were a child.  Do you remember your mother saying, “Money doesn’t grow on trees?”  Whether or not you realize it, if your parents or any of your caretakers from your childhood repeated this phrase to you, more than likely it is a subconscious core belief.  I bet you’ve heard this a thousand times, “what do you think I am made of money?”

Most people don’t know that when our parents were saying these kinds of things to us when we were kids, our little minds recorded them.  They became a part of our subconscious beliefs and dominate our lives today, without us even being aware of them.  It becomes imperative then, if you want to achieve the goals you have set for yourself in this life, to delete these limiting beliefs.

They don’t really belong to you as they were given to you by someone else.  If you don’t rid yourself of these pesky subconscious beliefs, no matter what you try to do, they will find a way to sabotage your efforts.  If you find yourself constantly plagued by negative thoughts with respect to money, it is because of your core beliefs.

These beliefs work as magnets to attract to you thoughts that will undermine any money making project you have going on.  Once you rid yourself of your core beliefs, your negative thinking reduces dramatically until it can disappear altogether.

Once you replace your core beliefs with new beliefs you will also find yourself replacing your negative thoughts with positive ones.  Once this happens, you will have activated the positive side of the law of attraction in your life, and watch out world — nothing will keep you from attaining what you desire.

So then, the key to living your dream life and achieving your goals is three fold:

—->Remove your negative subconscious core beliefs
—->Replace them with positive subconscious beliefs and
—->Entertain and engage in positive thinking and feeling.

By doing these three things, you can actually start experiencing all the things in life you’ve wanted.  You will be amazed at how easy it really is and wonder what took you so long.

Source by Laurie J. Brenner