Are you coping with isolation? Feeling lonely or all alone? Being in isolation is HARD. EFT Tapping can help reduce the stress of isolation.
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Consider that the most potent value of stress relief isn’t just for your individual body, mind, and spirit – your me-space – but for the We-Space… the space we share. And it doesn’t have to take more than 11 seconds.
If there is no safe place to express and release our financial stress and worries, they can “show up” in our bodies. It is critical that in turbulent times such as the ones we are living through that we have a way, a place and a method to express our fears, worries, and helplessness. Otherwise, the emotional stress and conflict gets “downloaded” into and absorbed by our bodies. EFT is of course one of the most efficient and satisfying ways to deal with these worries and pains.
How can I use Tapping (EFT) to give me better focus? -Ann What we recommend is that you start the tapping by including how you feel right now… scattered, stressed, and chaotically trying to multitask 100 things at once… while giving your energy an intentional direction: relaxed, open, focused. Karate Chop: Even though I feel
When we feel overwhelmed, our primitive brain kicks in and starts putting all of our tasks in the “must do to survive” bucket. We MUST feed the kids, MUST do the wash, MUST pay the bills, MUST return a call, and MUST get the Halloween decorations up… or WE WILL DIE.
Q. I like my work and I think I’m good at it (I just recently got promoted to a higher level), but I really do not believe that it is my passion because it causes a lot of stress in me and I still consider it “a job.” Don’t they say that if you love
We enjoy life and function better when we feel safer. No matter what you are doing… from enjoying a BBQ with friends, weeding the flowerbeds, taking a walk, or doing spring cleaning… you will feel more present and focused if you feel safe. When we feel even “a bit” threatened or nervous, there is a constant underlying tension and worry. Part of our attention is always focused on the threat. Yet for many of us, we don’t even know what the danger is! We just feel unsafe.