DAY 21 & 22 – The Principle of Limits

DAY 21 and 22 
LAW 19 – The Principle of Limits
A limit is a point or level, barrier, obstacle beyond, which something or someone cannot cross, extend or pass. It is a barrier, boundary, obstacle, constraint and restriction that creates a ceiling on your life expression. Limits hinder your personal effectiveness, efficiency, capacity, abilities and competencies. For example, a car’s performance is limited to its engine capacity, the number of gears it has and its speed limits. Hence, no matter how skillful, driven, ambitious the driver is, s/he can’t push the car beyond its limits.
 
So what exactly is your reality? Any vision that does not consider its reality and limits is set to FAIL. To break free from every limiting factor however, you must apply a higher law, a higher principle, and operate from a higher place.

 

Like Albert Einstein said, “No problem can be solved from the same level of consciousness that created it”
 
The reason you remain where you are and can’t break through to the next level is because of your ignorance, NOTHING else. Gravity is a limit and so is weight for an airplane. So for a plane to fly or break free from the limitations of weight and gravity, the law of lift is applied.
Let’s do a quick exercise on limits, get something to write with : 
 
1. What are your Limits? List those limits now.
2. What superior laws do you need to apply to break free from these limits you have listed? List those superior Laws now
 3. Which one must you act on now to move up to your next Level?
 
“If you always put limits on everything you do, physically or anything else, it will spread into your work and life. THERE ARE NO LIMITS. There are only plateaus, and you must not stay there, you must go beyond” – Bruce Lee
 
Break those Limits today – You have the Power
Shatter those Limits right now – Find the superior Knowledge and Law
I’d love to hear from you about the limits exercise and what you discovered about yourself, do share with me in the comments.

Shalom,

The Catalyst, Lanre Olusola
Behavioral Change Psychologist