This truly eye-opening video going blow away your beliefs about what causes our aging. It will reveal secrets to you that will have you turning back the clock with just your thoughts! New science is proving just how powerful our mind is in preventing (or causing) illness, developing our brains and learning new skills, and with slowing down (or speeding up!) our aging!More info
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Can the mind really heal the body? And even make is sick? Watch this fascinating interview with Dr. Lisa Rankin to learn about the mind-body connection, stress, and the profound way in which our thoughts and beliefs affect our physical bodies and how a simple technique known as “Tapping” can promote self-healing.More info
Nick Ortner is releasing this video: http://bit.do/masteremotions as part of the lead up to his 12th Annual Tapping World Summit, starting on February 24th. This event has been attended by over 2.5 million people over the last 11 years. It is a truly life-transforming event that you don’t want to miss out on.More info
There are plenty of differing opinions on the right and wrong ways to write effective affirmations, but the bottom line is that an affirmation can be considered effective if it works for YOU! The whole point of affirmations is to shift your thoughts and emotions to a more positive place so you feel more confident, happy, secure, abundant, or anything else you’re trying to accomplish.
Take a look at the sample affirmations below for starters and feel free to use them if they resonate with you. If not, try altering them slightly until they trigger the mind-set and emotional state you’re trying to attain.More info
Where Do You Find the Right Tapping Points? The tapping points are situated in specific locations on your body and correspond to meridian energy points. Karate Chop Point The Karate Chop Point is the hand point. It is typically utilized for the simple tapping techniques in EFT, the setup statement part of the affirmation as well as psychological reversals. The (KC) is found on the soft and fleshy portion of the non-dominant hand, between the wrist and the base of the little finger (outside edge of the […]More info