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Magnus Huckvale - Tap Yourself Happy (copyrighted book, review only)

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Everyone knows that positive thinking is very important, and they also know that positive thinking is a very difficult habit to keep up. The key is an easy and reliable way to remove negative thoughts from your consciousness. Who would you be without a negative thought? How would your relationships be if you only saw the best in people? How would your life be if you only expected the best, and saw only the upside of any situation? Pretty good, probably. Not only that, the gains would be incremental. Eliminating just a few of... More >>>
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Publisher:  PUA Media Library
Category:   Success
Author:      Magnus Huckvale
Format:      eBook
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Everyone knows that positive thinking is very important, and they also know that positive thinking is a very difficult habit to keep up. The key is an easy and reliable way to remove negative thoughts from your consciousness. Who would you be without a negative thought? How would your relationships be if you only saw the best in people? How would your life be if you only expected the best, and saw only the upside of any situation? Pretty good, probably. Not only that, the gains would be incremental. Eliminating just a few of the negative thoughts most relevant to your daily life would lead to an immediately noticeable difference. Spending a few weeks or months permanently eliminating whatever negative thoughts arise will change your life forever. This book describes how to do exactly that. A precise recipe is presented, and if you follow it, your life will improve. No book can change you, it is up to you to change you. Help is available from internet forums, coaches and practice groups, but at the end of the day, you change you. No-one else can, nor should you trust the job to anyone else.

How to use this book? The first section of this book describes theory and the ideas behind improving your life with tapping. The rest of it is a guide to more specific areas you can apply tapping to. The tapping technique takes ten minutes to learn. The instructions in the book are pretty clear and there is a video available online that takes you through the process. Some people will read the book and begin applying the technique presented on their own they may not notice results immediately but when they persist they will experience dramatic changes. Other people will read the book, but wait until they can find a one-onone tapping coach or attend a practice group. Both approaches are equally valid I would suggest a combination of both.

Once you are adept in the technique, each negative belief takes about 10 seconds to remove. There are two ways in which most people remove negative beliefs. The first is to tap each belief away whenever it arises in day-to-day life. You think a negative thought, spot it, and tap it away. The second way is to sit down and spend an hour discovering your negative beliefs through simple questions, and tapping one after the other. You may also write down or remember negative beliefs as they arise, and tap them in a session later if you are unable to tap them at the time. This book suggests questions you might ask in your tapping sessions. You ask the question, and whatever answers come up, you tap them away. You literally remove the negative programming from your mind, usually for good. The questions you ask depend on which area of your life you want to work on at the time. - Magnus