If you have been working on money problems for a long time and still seem stuck, it may be worth investigating possible vows of poverty. Most of us would be aware of these vows if we had made them in this life, but what about past lives?
Whether you believe in past lives or interrupt them as metaphors from your unconscious mind, the results will be the same. If you have even the slightest inkling that you may have been a priest, monk, or other religious role then maybe there are some vows that you made which have been affecting this life. There was a great discussion over at the tapping forum about past life vows and other deeper patterns that can affect us.
As always, you can use EFT to release your self from these vows. The exact wording will depend on your religious beliefs so I’ll keep the wording as general as possible. Using the following EFT Tapping Points Guide tap as follows:
Karate Chop Point:
“Even though I have taken a vow of poverty, I ask a Higher Power to release me from this vow as it no longer serves me”
“Even though I took a vow of poverty as a way of worshipping, I choose to embrace abundance and joy as my new devotion”
“Even though my soul has held me to this vow of poverty, I ask permission to release it now.”
Head: “Releasing this vow of poverty”
Eyebrows: “I choose abundance as my new way of experiencing the Divine”
Side of Eyes: “Releasing this vow of poverty, that no longer serves me”
Under Eyes: “I ask my soul and whom ever I made this vow to, to release me from it now”
Top Lip: “Releasing this vow of poverty.”
Chin Point: “Thank you for releasing me from this vow of poverty”
Collar Bones: “I can do more good for myself and others with abundance”
Under Arms: “Releasing this vow of poverty”
Wrist Points: “Thank you for releasing me from this vow of poverty”
You may need to repeat this for 5 – 6 rounds to clear it completely. Feel free to change the words to match you beliefs. Pay attention for the sighs and yawns which usually accompany a shift. Let me know your results.