Lynne Twist Interview

I found this interview with Lynne Twist (author of The Soul of Money) so inspiring and conscious in a way that my heart could relate to that I wanted to share it with you. I hope you find meaningful insight and awareness about how we as a culture relate to money in her message.



September 30, 2011 at 1:04 am Leave a comment

Memories of PATH and Lessons Learned

One thing in particular I remember from my time with PATH in KC was learning from Sharon how to say No from a calm and confident state of mind. She shared the information that someone took the time to count the Yes’s and No’s in the Bible both Old and New Testament. In Metaphysics, the Bible can be a metaphor for the evolution of consciousness from innocence to enlightenment. Guess What?

There are 3 times as many No’s as there are Yes’s.

Therefore, she encouraged us to learn to say No as a way to get clearer about what our true Yes’s are.

It definitely took conscious awareness to tune in to myself any time I was tempted to do something from a place of should or ought rather than a clear ‘yes, this is mine to do’. As I practiced saying NO from my place of inner truth, opportunities for my true mission opened up and the YES times were so much easier to recognize.

I am grateful everyday for that teaching.

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September 18, 2011 at 5:29 pm Leave a comment

Free 11:11 Teleclass this Thursday, August 11 at 11 am PST

Tapping into What’s Working

I’m often asked the question, “Isn’t it going against the Law of Attraction to focus on the negative or the problem?” If that’s all you are doing, then yes, it’s not going to help move you in the direction you want to go. The difference with tapping is that you focus on the problem or symptom that is painful while tapping, long enough to disperse the negative emotional charge that’s attached to it. At the same time you are also focusing on a positive thought when you add a version of “nevertheless I accept myself”.

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August 10, 2011 at 6:17 pm Leave a comment

Margaret Lynch has a fantastic (and free) 7 Levels of Wealth Manifestation tapping exercise and case study for you

In this excellent video Margaret shares with you the story of Joan. Joan Cremin is a spirit guided energy healer. Like you and so many heart-centered entrepreneurs, she has a dream of making a difference in people’s lives. Click here to see the video

Joan dearly wants to help those who “the world has forgotten and left behind.”  She wanted to bring her energy healing – the work that makes her heart sing; the work she was born to do – to the elderly in nursing homes.

But Joan was trapped in a job, work for her that was “worn out,” and kept her “heart from singing.” Her fears and anxieties about money kept her confined to a life of doubt and struggle. Margaret showed Joan this ten minute tapping exercise and she had an amazing breakthrough.

I think you will to too. Find Out More

Joan tapped through the limiting vow locked in her 1st Chakra; just like you will… She was able to:

·         double her income with her spirit guided energy healing work,

·         leave that “worn out work” behind,

·         celebrate doing the work she loves and feels born to do,

·         discover an incredible business side of herself.

All by shifting her family paradigm about money and wealth with this simple, yet powerful tapping exercise. You’re going to love Joan’s story and this exercise from Margaret. Read Joan’s Story

Best Regards,
Margaret Lynch

Margaret Lynch is a highly regarded expert on Tapping – some people call it EFT. She has spent the last 18 months mastering how to shatter the limiting beliefs trapped in your energy system. This video is a real game changer.

July 28, 2011 at 3:59 pm Leave a comment

Why Go the Extra Mile?

If you’re like me, you’ve heard the phrase “go the extra mile” but didn’t know where it came from. Recently I came across this story about it.

In biblical times, Roman soldiers required each man and boy of a region to carry a soldier’s gear for a mile as the army marched through their region. Many of the men placed precise markers one mile from their home and went no further. Yet, others went an extra mile. Now why would they do that? What was in it for them? They didn’t get paid for the first mile so they definitely didn’t get more for the second. It didn’t win them any special favors or marks for good behavior.

Here’s my theory. They did it because they discovered that by choosing to go the extra mile, they turned an unpleasant or even painful task into an act of giving by shifting their thoughts and feelings about it. Now instead of vibrating anger and resentment their feelings became uplifting even empowering. They were now in an attitude of generosity. It gave them back a sense of self control from the inside out. I’m sure the rest of their day went a lot better because of it.

Your thoughts and feelings attached to an any action are powerful and when you line them up to be an empowering, uplifting activity rather than a dreaded obligation, the whole experience changes. When you genuinely feel good on the inside, the outer conforms. This is a vivid example of how the Law of Attraction really works. If you’re inner energy lines up with your outer actions in a positive way, you attract more positive experiences to you.

Practice going the extra mile with this new insight and see for yourself if it makes a difference for you. If you struggle with it or hit a roadblock, use EFT or meridian tapping to move through it.

I look forward to hearing about what you discover.

July 8, 2011 at 4:41 pm Leave a comment

The Freedom to Choose

Happy Independence Day! I came across this great quote the other day from an unexpected resource and wanted to share it with you.

“You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose.”–Dr. Seuss

On this day of celebrating freedom as a nation, it’s also a good day to remind yourself of the freedom you have to choose your own thoughts and actions. But what about those times when it feels like your mind is going in one direction and your feet are going in another?

When this happens, you can bet there’s some unconscious mental chatter propelling your feet, no matter how much you try to make them go another way with your conscious mind. Before you criticize yourself, remember that the unconscious mind is alot more powerful than your conscious thoughts. The freedom of choice you have in this moment is to first acknowledge this contradiction is happening and get tapping. Until you do that first step, it’s much harder to make a new choice.

That’s what I love about the EFT setup phrase. When you say to yourself while tapping, “Even though my mind is saying one thing and my actions keep pulling me in another direction, I accept myself,” the shift begins to take place. That simple statement of what’s really happening while being kind to yourself, begins the process of effectively choosing a new direction.

You don’t have to know why there is this disconnect or battle going on inside of you in order to make a new choice. Just be honest with yourself that the brain in your head is saying one thing and the feet in your shoes are doing another. In that moment you can consciously bring these two parts of yourself together by letting the brain and your feet literally talk and tap it out.

Today along with celebrating freedom and independence, celebrate the liberating process of EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) to get your brain and feet working in harmony with one another once again.

July 4, 2011 at 10:36 pm Leave a comment

Are You Between Doors?

Sunday at Bellingham Center for Spiritual Living the new spiritual leader, Rev. Andrea referenced the often quoted spiritual principle: “When one door closes, another opens.” Then she added, “What they didn’t tell you about is the hall…….  It has lots of unopened doors, is long, barely lit with one 40W bulb and there are these boxes to be gotten around with labels on them like doubt, fear, confusion, frustration, etc.”
Boy is that true for me at this time. I recently moved from an island where I had lived for over 18 years. At times I am definitely confronted by these very boxes. Yet, I can also say that many amazing co-incidents (cooperating incidents) and serendipitous connections are also happening. They are so uplifting that it feels like I am being carried along toward my next door. Most of the time it’s a delightful adventurous ride as long as I keep moving forward by taking the next step.
Are you between doors? What’s showing up in your hallway? Are you remembering to tap your way around and through the boxes? When I do, it really helps.  I also like it when I’m reminded on the radio by the Motel 6 mantra:
“We’ll leave the light on for you.”

June 20, 2011 at 10:52 pm Leave a comment

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