Financial stresses can take their toll on our health and well-being, so it makes sense to have good financial health (in addition to mental, emotional, and physical health). Here are 5 fun financial tips that are definitely not conventional wisdom! Use them alongside traditional skills and strategies such as developing your financial literacy and consulting with financial planners.
Let go of stress you feel about your financial situation. Have you ever felt so alarmed when looking at your bank account balance that you had to look away? Or just “didn’t even want to look” at how much credit card interest you’re paying each month? Stress we feel about our finances may be meaning to get us to pay attention and do something about the situation, but sometimes can actually be counterproductive and trigger avoidance. I’ve created a tapping sequence that you can use to help let go of financial stress and shame, which can trigger avoidance. As we’re able to let go of these emotions, it helps us to put our attention towards finding solutions instead of panicking. Bonus hint: if you feel stress while looking at your finances, you can also tap on whatever emotion you feel in real time.
Improve your self-worth. Poor self-worth can be a root cause of financial difficulties, since finances correlate highly with value in many cases. For example, if you’ve been thinking that you’re not very good at your job, you may be less likely to ask for a raise or apply for a better job. Likewise, poor self-worth can result in turning away opportunities or help that comes your way. I’ve got your back, with a tapping sequence that helps let go of the feelings that can stop us from seeing our value.
Let go of any hang-ups you have about improving your financial situation. So, stress we feel about our finances being in disarray can make it harder to improve them… but what about the stress we might have if our finances improved markedly? When you envision the financial success you’d like, do you see anything about that hypothetical situation that seems like a struggle? This tapping sequence is designed to help address fear of success by releasing notions we have about how distasteful success might secretly be.
Address any “tail-enders” that you have about your finances. “Tail-enders” are phrases that we automatically add on to the end of affirmations, which change their meanings drastically. For example, if you are using the affirmation, “I have everything I need at all times,” your brain may automatically tell you, “…except I don’t!” Tail-enders can result in negative emotions and even self-sabotage, but they can also be useful in identifying limiting beliefs that can block our good intentions. I’ve created a tapping sequence specifically to highlight tail-enders and other blocks to abundance to allow for release. (And if you’re interested, you can check out this article for more information about tail-enders.)
Try a Thetahealing download for abundance. Thetahealing downloads are really similar to software downloads for a computer, and basically function to upgrade your internal programming. If you have a faulty version of an abundance program, then maybe it's time to upgrade! For example, some of us have been taught that abundance feels like a fear of losing all that you have or like guilt for having more than others do. :( No wonder we wouldn't want that! All you have to do is say "YES" after reading this to receive the pure, direct download of the feeling of abundance, without any negative feelings associated with it, in the highest and best way. It feels really, really good! :)
I’m curious… did you find any surprising blocks to abundance, tail-enders, or unusual emotions while tapping along? Let me know in the comments below!