Can you slay your inner critic? Hand analysis webinar tonight.

If you’re struggling to slay your inner critic and wondering what this has to do with palm reading and fingerprints, read on.

The Critic
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I’m really excited about the effects I’m having using EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) on hand analysis input.

The shift is just phenomenal. Tonight 8.30 pm Swiss time, NY life coach Tomar Levine and I will host our second online webinar using this combined technique.

This time we’ll be tapping on an old familiar enemy, ‘the inner critic’, and hopefully knocking “him” right off his pedestal in the process.

All of us wrestle with this deadly gremlin to some degree, but if ‘Mr Not Enough’ is your over-riding life theme you’ll want to be on this call. Because finally, you’ll learn how to deal with him.

If left unchecked, the ‘inner critic’ can hold you ransom for your entire life and trash everything of value in the process. The only solution is: name him, claim him and then tap him on the head til he passes out. We’ll be showing you how to do this on the call.

Both Tomar and I will be sharing with you our own private arsenal of techniques for sending “Mr Not Enough” to the moon.

I’ll also be sharing with you something really exciting about my own experiences of using EFT on “Angus Ant’s Bottom”. Who’s he? Make sure you’re on this call to find out.

This call is free to members.

Members will receive sign in details later today.

Not yet a member?

Join here. you’ll get your fingerprints analyzed free (life lesson/life purpose) when you join.

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A recording will be posting in the member’s zone.

The purpose of my new member’s site is not to turn you in to a palm reading expert, it’s to help you as quickly and as inexpensively as possible figure out the main themes in your life so you can survive the rapid change taking place right now.

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4 thoughts on “Can you slay your inner critic? Hand analysis webinar tonight.

  1. Issac Maez Reply

    Great website! Love the content you have on here. Please keep up the good work and I will be sure to visit quite often. Thanks much!

  2. Alyssa Reply

    It was a high counsel that I once heard given to a young person, “Always do what you are afraid to do.”

  3. townsend Reply

    I’m kinda interested in the subject too, so I hope you come out with more of the same stuff.

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