I have noticed that when working with people who follow the Law of Attraction, that many are very reluctant to use negative statements while doing their work with me in the Tapping Into Wealth program. My experience is that in order for Law of Attraction to be at its best, we need to begin with the negative, or the “as is” statements and get rid of them. Law of Attraction states that what you think […]
Do you celebrate even your small accomplishments? When you accomplish something, how do you acknowledge that? Even to yourself? Do you want to be more motivated and get more things done?
In my last post, I talked about the importance of being open to receiving. What does that have to do with Money? When it comes to setting a big wealth goal, there are two sides to the equation. First is the working part and the second is the receiving part. Many people are good at the first part but you must also allow yourself to receive all the rewards from your hard work – money, […]
In the book, The Go-Giver by Bob Burg and John David Mann, they talk about the Five Laws of Stratospheric Success. The 5th law is the Law of Receptivity which states that the key to effective giving is to stay open to receiving. This is usually the most difficult of the 5 laws for most people to follow. Why? Because most of us learned limiting beliefs at an early age such as “it’s better to […]
I’ve been talking about my Tapping Into Wealth program from an informational prospective for the past few months. But I wanted to talk about a personal experience of someone doing the program – ME! When I moved to MN last summer, I wasn’t quite sure what I was going to do. As I mentioned before, many of the therapy clients I had been working with decided not to continue once I moved away. There went […]
If you’ve been following my posts, you’ve been hearing about the 5 kinds of money (savings, debt, income, income goals and toxic) and the 3 aspects of each type of money: 1) Programmed beliefs and habitual thoughts 2) Emotions running through the nervous system 3) Traumas
The fifth category in my 5 Kinds of Money series is Toxic Money. It can be the most disempowering type of money block. Toxic money is money that is owed to you but you are in some kind of battle over it either with someone else or with yourself. For example, you are owed spousal support but your spouse is angry or refusing to give you this money every month. So every time you receive […]
The fourth category in my 5 Kinds of Money series is Income Goals. Setting an income goal is the first step in changing your financial picture. In the Money Map session that I offer, I have people take their current monthly income and double it! Some people say “Great!” and “What a relief!” and things like that. But I encourage them to go a bit deeper because the reality is if it’s really that ok […]