TAP N2U Treasure Mapping – Some Info.

TAP N2U© Treasure Mapping

Here’s a little something about Treasure Mappingshutterstock_200060642.000

Treasure Mapping dates back to prehistoric times. Some report prehistoric cave drawings were drawn for “art” sake, while others also indicate that many cave drawings of animals were depictions of what the hunter preyed upon for capture (i.e. visualization). I remember Treasure Mapping becoming popular circa 1980’s and my discovery happened while attending the Detroit Unity Church on 6 Mile & Woodward – Detroit. What knowledge I’ve had the privilege of marrying with my memory has come to be known as the TAP N2U(c) Treasure Mapping, created February 6, 2015, the morning I was presenting this activity to a group of elementary students. While I created my Treasure Map, I felt so liberated and young-at-heart at the same time. I felt…content!

Treasure Mapping is the visual of our Treasure Map within. It is taking a blank canvas, an instrument, and creating our specific Prayer Portrait. The finale of the portrait can be anything…a memory, a desired outcome, an answer to a question, a myriad of color. It helps us catch our dreams and weave them into manifestation, and is a perfect complement to Vision Boarding. It is something that is private and should only be shared with those who are sincere in wishing you blessings and success.

Treasure Mapping brings us into simultaneous Prayer & Meditation. It helps us embrace our desires and passions which is a Divine link to our needs and values. It allows us to purposefully stay in the moment. It can be an interpretation of an in-the-wake dream.  It helps us reunite with our Intimate Calling.

Treasure Mapping can be done when feeling stressed or anxious. It’s a good activity when we want to change an undesired thought. Treasure Mapping is a great form of relaxation and brings about peace and happy thoughts. It’s a great way to spend time with your Self. It’s beautiful in togetherness – sharing material and dialogue, and caring for each other during one-on-one Intimacy with your Partner, and sharing and caring during Fellowship. It’s a time to spend with a very Special Person…YOU.

Treasure Mapping may be brought about anywhere – have clipboard will travel 🙂

Treasure Mapping can and may be created for many reasons. To afford us an opportunity to nurture our intrinsic needs and may increase components of self esteem. It helps us create intimate declarations to resonate and bring forth energy into physical manifestation. It is a form of art therapy, which is reported to be a method in developing Self Discovery. It may also develop reliance on our intuitive guidance. It connects our desires and needs with our uniqueness; when we connect these with excitement…fulfillment of our purpose and mission will be supported and effortless, per Dr. Dyer. We can draw what we want, what we like to manifest or change, be it in our mind and/or our life (Love, Imagination, Faith, Expression). It’s a chance to put on those rose-colored glasses – to dare to dream, to draw happy…to draw your today and tomorrow, to draw an acceptance to what we have no authority to change, to draw what makes you smile, what makes you love.

Treasure Mapping is a simplistic approach of a powerful application that is so very easy to do. Draw something purposefully or simply close your eyes and ask for guidance. Draw to the rhythm of music (let your fingers and your imagination do the dance); draw by surprise – turn out the lights, feel; turn on the lights and wala. There is limitless ease and joy to Treasure Mapping.

TAP N2U(c) Treasure Mapping. You are the Treasure & the Map is Within.

Dare to Draw…Create with a Crayon…Manifest and Marker a Masterpiece…Pencil with Purpose & Passion…Validate with a Visual!!!

Self Discovery is Beautiful & so are You.  Live LIFE Your Way & TAP N2U, in…lifelightlove*anita


Treasure Mapping is Ageless…

Friday, April 10, 2015:  Woodbridge Senior Village – Detroit, MI






Sunday, April 12, 2015.  Three of my five granbabies Treasure Mapping.  I’m teaching them while they’re children what I learned as an adult.

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