Many times I've heard people claim that they – or "we" – have no limitations. Typically such assertions are nestled snugly among various "all is light and love" proclamations, often from sources said to be beyond this realm.
I believe they are from beyond this realm, because anyone that has spent time on Earth is well aware that we have limitations! If you were born in a human body on Earth, you have many limitations. If you were born in a human body on Earth before about 2075 (when humanity purportedly will have shifted to a greater level of awareness) you have very many limitations. Assertions that we have no limitations are ludicrous.
Conventional minded, mass beliefs proponents are quick to tell you that you do have many limitations, and that you are stuck with them. I don't agree with these folks either. As long as a person does not try to move outside the "blueprints" of this reality (which I understand to be quite broad), they can transcend or transform virtually any limitation. But first, it is necessary to recognize that you have that limitation! Next, it is a good idea to honestly assess whether it important to you to transcend it – if it is worth the energy and time that may be required.
Some limitations (particularly the ones that are strongly held by a great majority of people in a particular time frame) are like thick, high concrete walls. Usually it is easier to go around than to try to break through them, unless it is very important to you to do so. I have friends that are fascinated with the idea of teleportation (relocating their physical body to a different place, without employing conventional means of transportation). It's an area of great interest for them, and I would not be surprised if they succeed. As for me, I'm happy to avail myself of automobiles and airplanes. While I believe it is possible to transcend the limitations that are barriers to humans accomplishing teleportation, I don’t care to invest the time and energy that would be required to do that.
A man I know, well known for his amazing energy-transformation work, has accomplished physical healings that would be considered miracles by most people. Yet, he is open about the fact that he still wears contact lenses and takes ibuprofen for headaches. He started wearing glasses as a child, and now, in midlife, it would require more effort than he cares to put forth to change that pattern. And, as I too have discovered, for a person who grew up believing that aspirin relieves headaches, it's easier to simply take the pill. Is it a limitation to believe I need to take a pill to stop feeling pain, even though I know the pain is my own creation? Yes, it is a limitation, but it is not an important one – or at least, not important enough for me to invest the effort to transcend it.
When ready to move from learning theory to actually applying transformational concepts, a good first step is to honestly assess where you are right now. If you don’t recognize limitations, they will remain invisible barriers – not as obvious as a concrete wall, perhaps, but every bit as real.
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