How is 2011 so far? Filled with ease and delightful surprises I hope! Sometimes the beginning of a new year can be stressful because things are different, expectations are high, and motivation can be low. If you are feeling anxious about the changes that the New Year has brought, then you may find the tapping… Read more »
What’s the big deal about turning up for a workshop that’s already been paid for?
The big deal is that it would have been easier, and far safer, to stay in the Land of Comfortable, and done what they’d always done, and not chosen to move forward.
So the next time something ‘goes wrong’, or you start criticizing yourself, or you don’t believe you are moving forward, do the following:
There’s always a reason why we can’t do, shouldn’t do, will never be able to do. Yet if we want something deeply enough, if there is enough underlying pain involved, it’s amazing how quickly, and easily, we are able to get clear, make a decision, and do what needs to be done.
Last year, the ‘pain’ was great enough for me.
Procrastination is debilitating, stressful and frustrating. It causes us to feel trapped, overwhelmed and guilty. However, if we can recognize the reasons underlying the procrastination, they can be neutralized with EFT, and we can move forward productively.
With EFT, it’s possible to identify the vibration blocking our progress, neutralize and clear the way for appreciation and gratitude. What could be more uplifting than focusing on what’s right with our lives!
For the sake of our health, it’s important to learn how to set boundaries; otherwise, if we continue to compromise what we want and need, it comes down to our body to do it for us – usually in the form of chronic pain, or potentially serious symptoms. If you like the idea of this, but you’re thinking, “Well, I could never do that. What would they think of me? It’s easier to compromise”, you may find the following tapping transcript helpful.
I know EFT works when we use it on ourselves because my clients have great results when they tap on themselves, and because I healed myself of serious Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) by using EFT on myself daily. I also know EFT works even more successfully and permanently when someone else is facilitating because my clients tell me they have far better results when they tap with me, and ecause I have far better results when I tap with experienced EFT Practitioners.
It’s often easy to treat those around us with kindness and look out for their needs, yet at the same time, we forget about how we deserve to be treated. So how do you deserve to be treated? Consider your answer for a moment. Then ask yourself, ‘Am I treating myself in this way?”
When we’re in fear, it’s easy to focus on what’s going wrong, what isn’t working and what doesn’t bring us joy. In fact, we are so focused on these areas that we lose sight of what we could accomplish, where we want to be, and of what we are capable. We also lose the potential to feel the joy and vibrancy within us, instead feeling exhausted, overwhelmed and disheartened.
Multiple demands on our time can lead to a state of being scattered. Annabel Fisher shows how a combination of NLP and EFT easily takes you from scattered to focused.
When I know I have a lot to do and I’m unsure which task to do first because they all seem important, I use the NLP technique of chunking down. If you’re feeling overwhelmed and scattered, try that technique and then use the following tapping transcript.