Step into freedom this year
Life coach, EFT / Tapping expert, yogi & wellness activist with a wild heart dedicated to support you in living the life of your dreams.
Happy New Year, my lovely Tappers!
Let’s be real… 2020 was a CRAZY YEAR…
And while the idea of a new year can be very exciting, it’s also a little bit intimidating.
After all, maybe there’s a long list of things you’ve been wanting to do and feel like you can’t.
Or maybe you’re still feeling defeated from the year that just happened.
Things in life don’t have to be perfect and we don’t have to force ourselves to be positive.
What we can do is embrace our vulnerability and LEAN INTO the unknown.
Which brings me to today’s TAP.
This is one of my favorites, as it’s specifically designed to help you move from FEAR to FREEDOM.
(Perfect for a New Year, right??)
Still uncertain? Here are some signs you need to move from fear to freedom:
⚡️ you have a dream but are afraid to fully go for it.
⚡️ you often hold yourself back from creating change.
⚡️ you fear losing safety and security, so you don’t bother trying.
⚡️ you have been doubting yourself and your potential.
⚡️ you wish to live an empowered life with courage.
If any of those things resonate with you, it’s time to move past your fear and embrace your freedom!
One of the first steps to embracing freedom is to accept our VULNERABILITY.
I used to REALLY struggle with this one.
If you know me, you know I’m a pretty positive person.
And being positive is a good thing—but I was letting my positivity block my authenticity.
Over time, I realized that I wanted to be REAL.
Once I accepted the messy and imperfect moments of my life…
And once I accepted my fear…
I suddenly felt SO much more free.
I was able to chase my dreams because I acknowledged my fear and decided NOT to let it control me.
So if you’re ready to discover and release those subconscious fears…
Reprogram limiting beliefs…
And cultivate excitement in taking the risk and leaping into your dreams…
Then this Tap is for you.
Now let’s kick this year off right, shall we?