Me?  Oh I'm fine, thank you…

maskDo you sometimes feel as if you are wearing a mask?  Smiling when, inside, you are struggling to just make it through the day, or the moment?

Are you sometimes caught by surprise at the panic that just seems to come out of the blue?

Or maybe, you're sailing along just fine, you really can't complain.  But why can't you seem to accomplish your desired goals?   You take two steps forward, and then three steps back.  You doubt your ability to succeed, and you fear failing.  Are you tired of that really old, really annoying dance?

Old patterns of thinking and feeling and believing and doing can be very hard to change.  Impossible even.  The weight we want to lose, the habit of exercise we want to keep, the smoking we want to stop, the worrying, the ongoing conflicts, the procrastination, and the list goes on.  As much as we really want and really try to do otherwise, we stay stuck, unable to make the changes we really want.

But, it doesn't have to be this way anymore.  EFT, Emotional Freedom Techniques, offers new possibilities: What has been impossible can shift.  What is enormously bothersome can transform. 

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Give yourself a little taste of releasing some anxiety, some overwhelm, some problematic stress…. right here.  As a thank-you gift for your email address, you can take this little stress-release audio along with you by downloading it and then uploading it to your ipod, phone, or whatever…. you could listen and tap along with it while you're sitting, or walking, or lying down in the hammock, or bed…. or wherever….

Beautiful. Loved it. As I tapped along during the "angry because" section, I had a list of things come to mind which was enlightening. A little emotional, too. And, I really liked the affirmation and acceptance phrases! Helpful, I think! Thank you for all the work in creating your practice and offering this audio. You are gifted!"   Marilyn Haverly

 

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