Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • adjective Limiting oneself or itself.
  • adjective Self-limited.

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Examples

  • She can release self-limiting patterns and engage her potential.

    Wild Feminine

  • This is the time to change emotional or other self-limiting patterns, release pelvic tension, prepare for a transition, and clear excess energy from your core.

    Wild Feminine

  • This is the time to change emotional or other self-limiting patterns, release pelvic tension, prepare for a transition, and clear excess energy from your core.

    Wild Feminine

  • Boundaries created under the influence of these agreements are self-limiting; such boundaries have been formed in reaction to unhealthy beliefs and a restricted range, rather than by the presence of a feminine radiance.

    Wild Feminine

  • Embracing a period of release allows a woman to shed self-limiting beliefs and extraneous energy to reveal her authentic nature and emphasize what is truly essential in her life.

    Wild Feminine

  • She can release self-limiting patterns and engage her potential.

    Wild Feminine

  • We resist change because old patterns are familiar, even if they are self-limiting or dysfunctional.

    Wild Feminine

  • Embracing a period of release allows a woman to shed self-limiting beliefs and extraneous energy to reveal her authentic nature and emphasize what is truly essential in her life.

    Wild Feminine

  • Boundaries created under the influence of these agreements are self-limiting; such boundaries have been formed in reaction to unhealthy beliefs and a restricted range, rather than by the presence of a feminine radiance.

    Wild Feminine

  • We resist change because old patterns are familiar, even if they are self-limiting or dysfunctional.

    Wild Feminine

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