Feb 18 2015

Empowering Quotes #37

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The last couple of Empowering Quotes have been about doing something different to effect a change in your life. That’s all well and good if you know how to make those changes, but what happens if you don’t have a clue where to start?

Don’t despair! There are tools available to everyone if you know where to look, and today’s Empowering Quote will help you to make a start. The words are by Nick Ortner from The Tapping Solution after telling the story of the Golden Buddha that was covered in plaster to hide it from invaders. Quite by accident, a monk discovered a crack where the gold shone through. (I actually saw it when I was in Thailand a few years ago!):

Is there a Golden Buddha within you?  See, I believe there is greatness within you, within all of us, but all too often it is masked and covered by previous experiences, by old patterns, by pressure from society, by past failures and pains.  I believe if we can just find that crack, that glimmer inside, connect to that part of us that knows we can love more, be more, live more, manifest more, then the rest of this old junk can fall away easily so we can shine at our brightest.


When faced with the task of making changes to your life, it may appear to be a daunting undertaking. You may feel overwhelmed by all the perceived problem areas that you face, and knowing where to start is intimidating to say the least. Well, I’m delighted to tell you that this is, in fact, the perfect time to begin that task!

It just so happens that the 7th Annual Tapping World Summit is about to take place and the greatest part is that it is completely FREE! Not only that, but it’s on the web so you don’t even have to leave your home and go out into the snow! If you live in Canada or East Coast US, you will surely appreciate that :).

Just click on the image above, or here if it’s easier. I guarantee, if you have any desire to do something different and change your life, this is an excellent place to start.

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