Thursday, August 23, 2012

Notes From Tapping Into Abundance Webinar

Wow, that was an awesome webinar last night!  In case you missed it, I have a feeling they might be replaying it again very soon.  Keep an eye here for updates or watch your email.  At any rate, I tried to take some notes during the webinar and just wanted to share a few of them with everyone.

  • There are 5 main fears working against us or sabotaging our abundance.  These are subconscious fears.
  • Most of the time we never realize just how much these fears are impacting our life.
  • Fears are embedded into us and so just by using determination or positive thoughts, we won't necessarily get rid of them.  You need to go to the root of the problem.
  • Tapping is a technique that connects our mind and body together.  
  • By tapping on the meridian points of your body, you can unblock these subconscious fears.
  • Tapping has been around since the 1990's.
  • Tapping is beginning to really become popular because it is easy to learn.  It only takes minutes.
  • Often people experience instant mind shifts and new realities within minutes of trying it.
  • Tapping helps to rewire your energetic blueprint by getting rid of the subconscious fears.
  • The more you practice it, the more profound the results.
Okay, I realize that there was so much more in the webinar than I jotted down, but I'm really excited about learning more on this program.  I've seen tapping work in the past in my own life, and so I have no reason to doubt that this program works.

To learn more and to watch for replays coming up, go to the following link.
>>> Tapping Into Abundance Project

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