Tuesday, May 22, 2007

A Money Maker Attitude to Put Money in the Bank

Whether you are struggling to get ahead, or are as wealthy as Oprah, you probably have some unmet goals that somehow elude you.

Do you shudder and suppress fear when you think of your retirement income - that is, if you can consider retiring? After all, retiring is about income, not age. And the whole social security issue is pretty scary....

What exactly is that money-maker attitude that will put the money you need in the bank? How are you really feeling when you focus on what you want?

You may have seen the movie "The Secret" and learned about the law of attraction. It's very exciting. But where do you start applying "think positive and get the results"? What are all the related beliefs and patterns involved in that?

Brad Yates states in "Money Beyond Belief" that:

"Money is simply the visible manifestation of your internal beliefs about wealth and abundance. They're all part of the same "unified field," or system".

He explains how a tapping technique can be used to heal your negative emotional patterns with 9 simple taps, on spots on your body that are essentially, energy gateways. Brad's premise is that the lack of money in your life is simply a distortion in your energy field--that you can heal within minutes.

He believes you can release inner-conflicts around money and expects that you will feel an amazing, pleasurable surge of energy each time you do the technique.

Accordingly, you can attract countless money-making opportunities into your life and you won't be able to stop opportunities from coming in.

You will be able to tune your subconscious mind into a perpetual "wealth frequency" (which is always on and working!)

This process will then transform your relationship to money (so you're not stressed out about where the next paycheck is coming from). You would have a different default state of mind, a better resting place for when you are not deliberately focusing on what you want.

I've written quite a lot about "what you say (think, vibrate with) is what you get". This is a good way to leave behind the specific words and phrases (reflecting your true beliefs) that have been keeping you from being successful.

This tapping technique is a "do-it-yourself" healing system that you can practice anytime. Literally.

Click here for all the details. I recommend it for changing the long and winding road to a shorter and happier path.

Saturday, May 19, 2007

Buddha's Birthday at The Gentle Barn

First, a short excerpt from my 2/16/07 post "WYSIWYG".

(And there is update below 08/25/2015).

"A few years ago my son did volunteer service at school, and he worked at an animal shelter called The Gentle Barn. A cow named Buddha was the intake counsellor for rescued animals. They arrived at the shelter overwhelmed, often not eating or sleeping well, certainly not playing. Buddha would sleep in the yard right next to the frightened newcomers, and over a few days the the animals typically recovered enough of their emotional balance to function again, even interacting with humans. Buddha was not trained to do this, she just did.

Somehow Buddha emanated to these animals "Everything is Okay." No words were exchanged, no subliminal phrases or positive affirmations were repeated. Pigs and turkeys alike were rehabilitated into enjoying a peaceful existence.

So if you are stressed and crazy, tearing your hair out at learning internet marketing strategies, DON'T HAVE A COW! Take a sleeping bag over to The Gentle Barn and have a slumber party with Buddha. Okay, so I'm kidding, but for all I know people do that.

And yeah, they will want you to shovel a little sh....doo-doo while you are there. The stuff of life."

Today I would like to add a clip re "Buddha's Birthday"! Greetings!

"Hi, I'm Buddha the cow and it's my turn to have the spotlight! Because it's my Birthday!!! Come celebrate with me on Sunday from 10am - 2pm at The Gentle Barn.

I know that you must already know me because of my picture in LIFE Magazine. Did you see the article Friday, April 13, 2007? What an amazing picture of me and some of my barnyard friends. We are still getting emails and calls from people who have read the article and we now have interest from 42 people wanting to start Gentle Barns across the country and one in Canada. If you missed it, you can check it out on the web site.

We are open to the public every Sunday for you to come see me and give me a big birthday hug and visit all of other animals. Our "Peace Enhancement program" is still growing, now up to 25 regular monthly groups, up from 22 last month and growing toward our goal of 40, during the week and we are always looking for volunteers to come and brush us and help care for us on Sundays." Go to http://www.thegentlebarn.com and select 'newsletter' to see Buddha's photo and read more Gentle Barn news clips.

Today, August 25 2015 I saw The Gentle barn on the news! it is their 16th anniversary and I'm so glad their story was covered. There is now a second Gentle Barn in Tennessee and hopes to have one in every state.