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Abraham inspired abundance tap-a-long, new Quantum Healing series, upcoming astrological happenings and more


Tips for today:

Thanks to EFT master David Childerley and his appreciation for the wisdom of Abraham, here are two video tips. The first is a free video tap-a-long for increased financial abundance inspired by some Abraham-Hicks material…

http://www.mygenie.tv/blog/index.php/2010/10/abraham-hicks-money-vortex-eft-tap-along/comment-page-1/#comment-1302

And the second is a video in which Abraham talks about the future of medicine and how healthcare professionals can best serve the people they work with…

  http://www.mygenie.tv/blog/index.php/2010/10/abraham-hicks-medicine-of-the-future/

And to top off this Abraham-focused tip section, here’s one of the latest daily quotes I received that I thought tied in nicely with the tap-a-long on abundance:

You cannot receive vibrationally something that you are not a vibrational match to. And so, bless those who are finding abundance. And in your blessing of them and their abundance, you will become abundant, too. But in your cursing of their abundance, you hold yourself apart from it. It is a law – it is a powerful law.— Abraham

#2 – The next Quantum Healing and Soul teleseminar series started on the 19th and will be running into December. This event is presented by the Kabbalah of Transformation and is free, plus offers 48 replay availability of the interviews. Some of the most popular past guests will be returning, as well as some new presenters, so if you enjoy listening to the wisdom and insight of evolutionary leaders such as Gregg Braden, Dr. Bruce Lipton, and Donna Eden, then sign up now so you don’t miss out.

http://www.kabbalahoftransformation.com/quantumhealing

#3 –  And here’s part of shamanic astrologer Tami Brunk’s column about  upcoming astrological happenings…

Week of October 24 to 31

Last Quarter Moon in Leo and Halloween-Samhain-Day of the Dead

On Saturday we have the Last Quarter Moon in Leo, leading into the Balsamic phase of the Moon that ends this New Moon Cycle. Samhain, Halloween, Dia de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) all follow on its heels-creating an intensified “end of a cycle” dynamic.

This can be a useful time to revisit our intentions set during the New Moon and to celebrate our accomplishments. We can also release and if need be grieve the places in our lives where we have experienced endings or losses. Sometimes the most profound losses are projects or creations we have poured our love and attention into which have not, for various reasons, borne fruit.

Sometimes our efforts come too early and there is not yet enough support in the world for our dreams to manifest. Other times the process of learning was most important and the end product was not the true goal. Regardless, it is important to honor and acknowledge the feelings that come up around our miscarried creations. Truly extract all you can from this experience, and you will be given new energy for the new cycle. This is a Leo Last Quarter Moon after all and Leo is, among other things, the master Creator.

 Halloween and Day of the Dead are both wonderful traditions that have carried the wisdom of our pagan ancestors into the Judeo-Christian culture. Why is it that this time of year feels so communal, so festive, so celebratory? It makes me consider that our approach to death and endings in the modern world is upside down. We barely know how to grieve, and we truly don’t understand that healthy engagement with transition and change involves a hearty and joyful celebration of what has been. But we feel it in the season of Samhain (the Gaelic predecessor of Halloween).

I think the happy community feeling has to do with a jolt of awareness of the preciousness of life–and how good it feels to be in the company of other beautiful human beings–all of us experiencing a kind of enlivening magic that stirs us down to our toes. An underlying feeling of sadnesss sharpens our experience of connection. Here in New Mexico we build Day of the Dead altars for those who have died over the past year. They are present with us. If we tune into it, we see how joy and sorrow intertwine and feed each other in a sweet and healing way at this time of year. –Tami Brunk

Enjoy, “Zippy”

And, as always, don’t forget to check out my website and “What’s New” page for more tips, picks, and free stuff!