Mar 18, 2020
Referencing 2 famous songs in one title is a bit over the top, but extreme times like these require extraordinary measures to free us from our limiting beliefs. R. E. M.’s It’s the End of the World as We Know It was released in 1987, the year also infamous for the Black Monday stock market crash. Prince’s 1999 was released in 1982, but became the party theme song for the Y2K millennium apocalypse that fortunately turned out to be a nothing burger.
Many of our parents and grandparents lived through the 1929 Crash and Great Depression, so we likely have inherited genetic memories of extreme panic that are being reactivated and amplified by the media doomsday machine. Limiting beliefs can negatively impact your ability to attract abundance during this time of scarcity. Learning tapping in my Zoom class on 3/19/20 can aid you in erasing the writing on your walls related to your ancestors’ past experiences. Read the rest of the blog here.