What do you do if your self-judgment gets in the way of tapping? It isn’t fun to do something when you are constantly feeling criticized!
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“Worried” and “angry” are emotional postures. So are peevish, cynical, critical, lonely, unmotivated, ignored, friendless, untrusting, not-good-enough, unappreciated, and unloved. Let’s also include overwhelmed, frustrated, impatient, and stressed. If a person demonstrates such a state of being on a consistent basis, it is an emotional posture. It has become how the person stands and relates to the world. EFT and our group coaching program can help you establish new, self-empowered emotional postures.
When you’re distressed, can you shift to neutral with confidence and ease? I didn’t realize for a long time that this is a SKILL… a skill that can be cultivated and become one of the most beautiful gifts we can give to ourselves and those around us. People talk about wanting to be Happy. They
A typical affirmation is stated in the present tense as if what you want is already yours. For example, “I am wonderful!” Say that to yourself. “I am wonderful!” Notice what your head says right after the affirmation. What your head says AFTER the affirmation is, indeed, the REAL affirmation.
Any of us that have spent even an hour in pain wants to change it. We want Relief and we want it NOW. We want to go from a place where we’re not sure we can deal with it… we’re not sure we’re even going to survive it… to something where we’re getting clarity from our body about what to do to feel a little bit better. We also really want to help activate the healing process. Tapping does that.
My therapist just told me he is no longer doing private sessions. I feel devastated and abandoned. I know there are other therapists, but I trusted him and now he’s not there anymore. I feel betrayed, like there’s no place else to go. –Kim Cathy answers: I do know how that feels, Kim. I’m sorry. Before I
Let your dominant intent to be to feel good, and if you don’t feel good, then let your dominant intent be to feel relief.