You need to look at the other side.
You need to look at all the times this belief is true and all the times it is not true.
You need to find the truth, not your perceptual truth created by your self-fulfilling prophercy and fear-based beliefs.
So, I did this one thing with all the money based shit I'd spent months writing down.
I found multiple 'proofs' of why limiting beliefs weren't true, I overturned my 'money memoirs' and completely rejected everything that I had been led to believe.
The truth was; I wasn't bad with money, sometimes I'd spend, sometimes I'd save.
I didn't hate money, think it was evil or believe I wasn't worthy.
I loved money, I thought it was a great concept and I knew that I was worthy of having money.
Until the random blip two years into my business, I'd always had money.
I'd always had a job, some paid better than others but the money was always there.
I found money frequently, won money on the lottery (only very small amounts) and would recieve gifts of money from others when they'd buy me a coffee, a cake and even both at the same time!
Once I did this with the money based limiting beliefs that I had generated by follwing well-meaning but completey unsound advice...