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Tapping Into Wealth : How Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) Can Help You Clear The Path To Making More Money (2013, original release: 2013)
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Published: New York : Tarcher/Penguin, [2013] ©2013
Description:  ix, 238 pages ; 24 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 9780399164095 (hardback) :, 039916409X (hardback) :, 9780399164095, 039916409X :,
Language:  English


" Discover how Tapping can help you release your negative beliefs about money and open the door to more wealth than you ever imagined. Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT), also known as Tapping, has become a popular tool for realizing goals, as evidenced by the recent New York Times bestseller The Tapping Solution by Nick Ortner. For many of us, one of our main aspirations is to flourish in our careers and, by extension, in our finances. Yet limiting beliefs and fears keep people stuck in their current financial states. EFT uses the fingertips to tap on acupuncture points while emotionally tuning in to negative attitudes and past experiences, allowing people to transform their thoughts and feelings. Margaret M. Lynch teaches people how to harness the power of Tapping to identify and clear the blocks to prosperity. This book also features QR codes linking to video demonstrations of Tapping exercises"--

"Margaret M. Lynch, success coach and leading expert in Tapping (also known as Emotional Freedom Technique or EFT), teaches people how to harness the power of Tapping to identify and clear blocks to prosperity. EFT uses the fingertips to tap on acupuncture points while emotionally tuning in to limiting beliefs and negative past experiences, so people can transform their old views of money and open the door to greater success"--



[Table of contents]. The Mind/Body Money Connection -- The Basics of Tapping -- The Five Categories of Money -- How Do You Really Feel about Money? (Not Abundance-Money!) -- Your Earliest View of Money Paradigm -- Financial Trauma -- How Debt Keeps You Stuck -- Your Hidden Agendas -- Resistance to Setting Big Goals -- Setting Outrageous Goals -- Goal Trauma -- "I Don't Deserve More Money" -- Breaking the Cycle of Always Striving But Never Arriving -- Feeling Invisible -- Becoming a Great Receiver -- I Refuse to Be Rich! -- The Five Disciplines to Creating a New Vibration about Money

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Additional Credits:
Schwartz, Daylle Deanna.

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