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Clear The Clutter - Mind, Body & Spirit

This week I've been digging into Tosha Silver's book, It's Not Your Money. The book describes a process to call in abundance. The process is applicable to all types of abundance - more money, more love, better health, worthiness etc.

Step One: Read the Abundance Prayer Daily:

Divine Beloved,

Allow me to give with complete ease and abundance, knowing that you are the unlimited source of all. Let me be an easy open conduit for your prosperity. Let me trust that all of my own needs are always met in amazing ways and that it’s safe to give freely as my heart guides. And equally let me feel wildly open to receiving. May I know my own value, beauty and worthiness without question. Let me allow others the supreme pleasure of giving to me. May I feel worthy to receive in every possible way. Change me into one who can fully love, forgive and accept myself so that I carry your light without restriction. Let everything that needs to go, go. Let everything that needs to come, come. I am utterly your own. You are me. I am you. We are One. All is well.

Step two: Begin to clear out your physical space. I've diligently committed to this each day this week. So far I've covered each of the kids rooms, my dresser, and the kitchen drawers. Hall closets are up next. You can start smaller though, your wallet, purse or car are all good options too. Be sure to take a little action each day though, consistency is key!

Step three: Stop talking about lack. Don't focus on what you don't have. A scarcity mindset is not helpful. Pay attention to your thoughts. Notice when you are talking about being broke, or how you'll never find that partner you've been searching for, or how you're destined to be overweight for life - notice it and then STOP that shit. Change the subject. Refocus.

Step four: Incorporate gratitude into your day. It can be as simple as: I'm grateful the sun is shining today or I'm grateful for my comfy bed. Notice the good all around you and call it out. Think of three things your grateful for before you get out of bed, and again before you fall asleep. It's a beautiful way to start and end each day. Notice how it helps your mood.

Step five: Affirm "It's easy for me to receive." Write it on a sticky note, post it where you'll see it. Set a reminder in your phone. Say it. Feel it. Believe it. Even if you don't believe it at first, keep saying it.

I love how simple it is. And I love the idea that clearing physical space makes way to clear your emotional space. Just like how we look at old clothes and decide if it goes in the donate pile or keep pile, we have to look at our emotions too, acknowledge them, feel them, and let them go to make space for new ones.

This week I recorded a short tapping video about releasing the clutter. Tap along with me!

If you need more help, and want a personalized tapping experience. Let's chat!


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