Money Mindfulness Mastery Workshop
        9 am - 5pm October 12-13th at the Chiropractic Zone on Whidbey Island
           Open to general public however EFT students on the certification track may count this as a second level II or second level III
                                           
  Free to Students Enrolled in the EFT Mastering Business Acumen (MBA) program

                                                                                











                                                                       Current workshop schedule may be found at
www.efttappingtraining.com




Are you wanting more training on how to work with abundance issues with your clients? Are you yourself struggling with money or business success?
If so, you aren't alone. Did you know that the vast majority of coaches, alternative health providers, and entrepreneurs will fail in the first few years
of launching their practices? Sure there are ways to educate yourself about your business skills, marketing, and developing your referral network.
However, these days (according to top executive and business coaches) the #1 reason people fail to achieve success and prosperity is that they carry
erroneous but powerful limiting beliefs. The problem is that it is estimated that 95% of those beliefs are actually beyond conscious awareness -
trapped in your subconscious mind and acting on your business choices and decisions without you having a say about them!

•What are those beliefs that you don't even know you have?
•How are those beliefs blocking your opportunities to attracting opportunities that result in a profitable business?
•What are the steps you need to take to break the pattern of struggle, lack and limitation?

In Money Mindfulness Mastery we teach you to be present to your personal relationship with prosperity in order to transform it. We'll be sharing the
most cutting-edge EFT tapping techniques woven with innovative skill development exercises  that we've used both personally and taught to our
clients successfully.


Other tools include:
•        An understanding of Money Archetypes and how they are your default programming for how you relate (or don't!) to money in general
•        Right Brain Aerobics (C) exercises to unleash your inner mogul
•        Profound money games to expose all your hidden fears around wealth
If you are doing the work that you want in the world but barely eek out a living (or like many alternative healing arts practitioners/coaches living
below the poverty line) then you can't afford to miss this opportunity to remove these blocks.

                                                                            Now more than ever the world needs you to shine!






















More about the money archetypes.....


What's Your Money Type? By Alina Frank

Of course when I say that, you might think of categories of people that are rich or poor, greedy or generous, spendthrift or frugal. These adjectives
may describe aspects of how you are living as a direct result of your money archetype. Your financial behaviors and  decision making processes made
with regards to your finances are influenced significantly, if not run by, completely subconscious operating systems. These operating systems fall
into predictable models, or archetypes. I have found the work of Brent Kessel to be invaluable in understanding these money archetypes. In this
article, I not only explain three of the eight archetypes but also share my professional insights on the reasons why people develop each of these
particular patterns and behaviors regarding money.      
Typing oneself may feel limiting, but in actuality, like with doing EFT, it is important to understand and transform our negative default
dysfunctional choices. By doing so, we have the freedom to gain insight and understanding from all the types that can lead to living a balanced and
abundant life. All eight archetypes are taught within the framework of our EFT Universe Money Mindfulness Mastery

The Guardian:

Are you in a constant state of worry over your finances? Do you think that if you let go of this worry
everything will fall apart? Are you hyper-vigilant about your spending habits? Do you have
strict rules that will ward off impending doom, such as "I can't have any debt", or "I can only live off my
retirement interest and never touch the principal." At one extreme, the Guardian is anxiety-ridden. On
the other, he/she can be prudent, alert, and careful. Often this pattern began in reaction to
frivolous or dysfunctional parental role-modeling. If your parents were so fiscally irresponsible that you were
left feeling insecure, you could carry the Guardian around to protect you. We would all benefit from having
a little bit of the Guardian but we must be willing to take calculated risks from time to time in order to
make more money, even if it's asking for a raise or firing your inept financial advisor. The key to balancing
this archetype is to feel emotionally balanced and centered before making decisions and EFT can do that
quickly and easily.

The Idealist:
Are you the creative type? Do you happen to be an artist, musician, or work for a non-profit? Do
you rely on others for financial support? Do you have a strong disdain for corporations and big
business? Do you invest (or would like to) in art, small businesses, land, or socially responsible
businesses? Do you place high value on compassion, social justice, spiritual growth and
creativity? Are you likely to hand a homeless person money more readily than you would a
charity? On good days you are able to carry a big vision about what your money can do but on
bad days you are full of mistrust, skepticism, and rebelliousness around money. If this describes
you then you might be an Idealist.

The two unconscious beliefs that are consistent with this type are 1) that suffering and sacrifice
are imperative for spirituality and creativity and 2) it's better to feel pain than to be financially
free. These beliefs are conditioned responses that come from your past. Sit for a moment and ask
yourself where they came from. I have often seen clients with this archetype who were brought
up in strict households where one or both parents worked excruciatingly difficult menial jobs.
These parents sent the message that work is drudgery, challenging, but worthwhile in order to
"succeed" in the world. Their children unfortunately saw these
struggles and decided to avoid
anything remotely smacking of servitude to a dead end job.

The Innocent:

Have you experienced life conditions that make it a challenge to make ends meet, such as having a disability or being forced to leave school
prematurely? Are you in debt? Do you have less than a few months’ worth of living expenses in your savings account? Do you dread the idea of
writing down your expenses, balancing your checkbook, or paying bills? Have you ever received a lump
sum of some serious money and have nothing to show for it? Then you are likely an Innocent.

I have known quite a few Innocents in my social circles throughout my life and they all seem so carefree.
Their motto is, "Life is too short to worry about money and that's not my focus. It'll just take care of itself".
The problem is that what lies beneath the surface of this laissez-faire attitude is avoidance.
When it comes to money, Innocents believe themselves to be incompetent and inept around money. They have just never
had a self-image of being incredibly successful. On a subconscious level many of them believe that they don't have
the skills to manifest more material wealth. They are more likely than other archetypes to get into
multilevel marketing or play the lottery because they are after a quick fix, especially when their situation is dire.
There are also those that become Innocents as a form of rebellion, especially if they were raised by
financially successful parents who were abusive or unloving.



A common subconscious secondary gain is that Innocents receive attention from playing the role of the victim,
since their life circumstances are really unfortunate. I also see Innocents in my practice that have become
financially dependent on their partner in less than ideal relationships simply because they haven't been able to deal with their own insecurities
around financial well-being. The early memories that you may have of your family's financial struggles are very key issues to focus your tapping on
if you are an Innocent. Along with vanquishing those old demons, another area to tap on is the fear you feel of taking a clear look at your situation.
Continue to tap on these fears especially when you sit down and physically review your financial picture through your statements, accounts, and
bills. Managing money is an acquired skill that is not
innate and it's likely you weren't taught how to do it if you had parents with similar money problems. It's important to clear childhood memories of
struggle and past debacles. You will then be able to take solid action. Some suggested action steps
include saving even a small percentage of income, go back to school, or inform yourself regarding how to invest either
through a class or by working with a professional.

The Caretaker:

Do you see yourself as generous and compassionate? Do you find that people rely on you to
save them, lend them money or help them out? Does it seem that it isn't often reciprocated?
Do you feel uneasy with all your giving? Do you believe that people can't make it without
you or your assistance? Do you treat others better than you treat yourself? Would you feel
uncomfortable or at a loss if someone in your life (that you have been caretaking) suddenly stopped
asking for help? Do you have less than six months living expenses in savings due to your pattern of being too generous with friends, family, or
charities? If these questions are sounding off alarm bells in your mind and body, then you probably
have the Caretaker managing your money.

Similar to the Number Two type on the Enneagram, or Caroline Myss's Caretaker archetype, as a money Caretaker
archetype you erroneously believe that others can't make it without you. Unfortunately,
this often leads to the other person feeling incompetent and incapable. You can harbor
feelings of resentment and martyrdom. Sometimes there is an underlying fear that people
won't love you if you stop caretaking. There also might exist the shadow belief that in
order control or manipulate a person, you need to continue caretaking
behaviors. These beliefs can become very self-destructive. Another common assumption is
that it's better to pay a little money now and resolve the situation than to let it go on and
make matters worse. In other words, you'll end up taking care of a bigger mess down the
road if you don't handle things now for others. I've worked with many clients with chronic fatigue that carry varying degrees of  
Caretaker qualities. It's almost as if their bodies are saying, "That's enough!" Instead of them being able to say no, their body does. An excellent
reference on this concept is Gabor Mate's wonderful book, When the Body Says No. When my clients begin to heal and
change this pattern of interaction there might be some level of strife and resistance from
partners and family members. If they don't have a strong support circle, then their work is to
come to some kind of peace using EFT about distancing or ending unhealthy relationships.

Using EFT to release the core issues at the heart of caretaking is absolutely the best way to
end it. Was there an abusive or out-of-control parent that led you to think this way? Did
you have an alcoholic in the family you needed to help or cover up for? Realizing that you
need to put yourself first in relationships is the healthy, rational, and prosperous choice.



Alina Frank EFTU and Matrix trainer has been featured in the Tapping Insiders Club, Women of Wisdom, NorthWest Business Monthly, and the
Unstoppable You in Business Summit.

Craig Weiner, DC is an EFT trainer and has built multiple successful chiropractic practices in California and Washington. He was awarded Alumnus
of the year by Life Chiropractic College West, is commonly described as the master networker and lectures widely on what it takes to change your
mind.
This course was amazing. It totally changed my perspective. I took it with my husband and we both had very
profound shifts after the workshop. It gave us idea of what money systems and beliefs we were operating on. I
finally got things I've been needing to buy but was postponing them because they were "just" for me. Our both
business also benefited tremendously from these shifts.
,                   KS Vancouver BC