People sometimes say I am lucky to live a life of travel.

People sometimes say I am not being genuine because I share my dream life with folks as being not only attainable, but a certainty, if you put in time and generous service.

Two common limiting beliefs surface from each idea.



A few moments ago, a fellow Tweeter told me I was lucky to circle the globe and sharing how I did it for the unlucky masses was not kind, genuine or honest. He basically told me in clear terms I was lucky and selling this lucky pipe dream is lying to people.

Can you imagine how afraid you need to be to believe these limiting ideas?


Completely trash the idea of luck. You and I live in a precise, perfect Universe. Luck does not exist in a Universe of cause and effect.

How you live is how you choose to vibe but accessing and living this truth requires serious fear-purging.

Face, feel and release fears fueling your devout belief in luck, chance or any other crippling limiting idea related to some cosmic accident being the cause of living your dreams. Proceed by following your passion and surrounding yourself with caring, compassionate people who show you the way to living your dreams.


Own jealousy. Feel fears fueling jealous emotions.

I recall feeling jealous a decade ago as a newbie blogger. I envied bloggers who easily made money because I struggled to profit. Why did they experience easy success while I had to struggle? I even wished some of these bloggers would fail so they could feel my pain.

Being jealous of someone’s success in an abundant Universe is like being a guppy worried about all the water a plankton hogs for itself in the middle of the vast Pacific Ocean. We all have more than enough to go around. We actually have unlimited abundance to go around.

Feel fear-based emotions feeding your jealous, success-strangling beliefs. The Tweeter who envied my success a few moments ago actually enjoys what I am doing and wishes to emulate me but feels so burdened by fear that he can only call me a liar, fearing this life is an impossible pipe dream for me.

But as he feels jealous fears he sees I am not a liar he envies but a leader he can follow to live his dreams. Fear distorts reality. Love opens you up to truth. Love is real. Fear is illusion. Feeling jealous fears moves you from scarcity and lack into abundance and infinite possibility.

Be Straight with Yourself

Living your dreams begins the moment you honestly own how you predominantly think and feel. Embrace your emotions in genuine fashion. Cry. Get angry. Feel embarrassed. Feel jealous. Resist the urge to project these emotions on other people because ownership means YOU are the root cause of the feelings and nobody else can inject these emotions into your being. People may trigger your fear-based emotions but it’s not their fault because you are the person with the feelings in your being.

Release any concept of luck. Living your dreams is based on energetic cause and effect completely within your power.

Let go of jealousy. You live in abundance. You can experience what any other person has experienced.

Live your wildest dreams by letting go these two most damaging limiting beliefs.

Ryan Biddulph is a blogger, author and world traveler who’s been featured on Richard Branson’s Virgin Blog, Forbes, Fox News, Entrepreneur, Positively Positive, Life Hack, John Chow Dot Com and Neil Patel Dot Com. He has written and self-published 126 bite-sized eBooks on Amazon. Ryan can help you build a successful blog at Blogging From Paradise.


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