Pump Up Your Book: “Abundance Triggers” by Kanta Bosniak Book Tour

By Ruth on June 4, 2013 in blog tour, book, book tour, excerpt

abundance triggers book coverABOUT ABUNDANCE TRIGGERS


Most people get that “happy” is the launch pad for personal and professional success. But, where’s the “happy button?” Author, minister and coach Kanta Bosniak has made a lifetime study of state-shifting and offers readers a whole toolbox of happy buttons she calls abundance triggers.”

“Abundance Triggers is a practical how-to for shifting negative thoughts and the emotions they produce to those good feelings which boost energy and support well-being. Bosniak begins with simple yet efficient physical awareness techniques and guides readers through a process of how to build their own more advanced and personalized triggers for relaxation, increased energy and sense of purpose.

Once the toolbox is built, she then delves deeper into disengaging those limiting beliefs and the habitual negative emotions they generate and replacing the old sad “stories” with more resourceful ones. Bosniak also shares entertaining anecdotes and personal stories. Her writing voice is warm, conversational and engaging and the book is filled with refreshingly lighthearted and whimsical doodle art as well as creative journaling exercises to help the reader anchor and habituate a feel-good new “normal.”


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Read an excerpt:

We hear so much about the importance of thinking positive thoughts. Quantum physicists tell us thought creates our reality, as shamans, medicine men, wise women and priests have done for millennia. OK, we get it. Our bodies respond to chronic emotions by creating chemicals that further habituate these emotions. We form grooves that are hard to jump, and yet jump we must, if we want to begin the task of habituating ourselves to happiness.


But how do we do this? How do we awaken from of the numbness of dulled-down existence to even notice our thoughts, much less direct them? And as we reclaim consciousness, how do we change our living dream experience from semi-nightmare to fully engaged adventure?


There must be tools. And so, there are. My name for them is “abundance triggers.” I have made a lifetime study of how to shift thoughts and the emotions they produce to that good feeling which boosts energy and attracts wonderful experiences.


Abundance triggers serve to remind you who you really are…like a cosmic string tied around your finger. They remind you that you’re loved and they evoke love within you, like pictures of your parent, child or sweetheart. They can take you within, like trance music, or pump you up to clean house, get out the door, and down the road to do the things that are yours to do. They can help you stay on track to do those things.


Of course, it is not them trigger itself that has power to create abundance for you. The trigger is not the worldly abundance you seek, nor is it the state of wholeness and love that you seek on a deeper level.


It’s a reminder that you use to snap yourself out of the unpleasant trance of lack and shift yourself into a more resourceful trance: The Alpha State. That state of joy that athletes, creatives, lovers, and meditators know so well. And so do you, in flashes, moments, in peak experiences and periods of relative peace.


Perhaps you’d like to stretch those moments into how your life simply IS? To let that pleasure expand so that you stay grounded, confident, motivated, willing to receive and enjoy your good? So that you create a new “default state,” habituating yourself to happiness?


You have that power.








Kanta Bosniak is an artist, writer and minister with over 40 years experience an educator in spiritual growth. She is a frequent speaker at churches, universities and conferences throughout the US. Venues have included Yale, Columbia, SUNY, Virginia Tech, UNCW, Camp LeJeune Midway Center for US Marines, The Association for Research and Enlightenment, Unity Churches, and many more. Kanta is the author of 12 books and 5 audio recordings and was twice Artist-in-Residence at Omega Institute. Collectors of Kanta’s art include a Nobel Prize Winner, an Emmy-winning producer, a popular television actress, several authors, a U.S. National champion athlete and people of all walks of life. She is listed in Who’s Who in American Women.







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