Resisting Breakthroughs EFT Tapping with Brad Yates

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Breakthrough to Your Connected Self

I know, without a doubt, that I have been blocking all sorts of breakthroughs in my life. I have been letting doubt and fear drive the train for quite a while now. Those “what ifs” are paralyzing. Fear and allowing most definitely do NOT go hand in hand. My vortex has SOOO much just waiting for me to get out of my way and allow it in.

Tap…tap…tap…

“Even though I’m resisting a breakthrough, I choose to love and accept myself anyway.”

“Even though I’m resisting a breakthrough, part of me says ‘No, I’m not! Things just aren’t lining up’ … ‘Other people are blocking me,’ I’m open to the possibility of taking
responsibility for this.”

Tap…tap…tap…

“I’m resisting a breakthrough. Because I know what it’s like on this side. It’s familiar. It’s comfortable.”

“It may not be ideal, but it’s known, and I really like what’s known.”

“Of course, part of me also knows I might really like what’s on the other side, so I choose to allow the breakthrough.”

Thanks Brad! 🙏✌

I choose to let my vortex flow all that great stuff to me!

So Angry First Thing In the Morning

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Angry!

So, my morning didn’t start out too peacefully. I was forced out of bed and DID NOT appreciate the circumstances. I got mad and everyone around me knew it.

Grumble, grumble, grumble, seethe, seethe, seethe.

I did not like the way I was feeling so I went in search of ways to diffuse the justified (to me) anger.

First step was to do a google search on mindfulness and anger. Came up with this article, which was helpful for me, but I still felt the charge of it.

  • How to Use Mindfulness to Cope with Anger
  • Still feeling the charge. Hmmm… okay, off to Youtube to see if I could find something there. EFT usually helps discharge the energy of the emotion. First search was on FasterEFT and anger. First one I looked at didn’t really fit well but this one, even though there was no tapping, was interesting to listen to.

    Put out the fire of anger or it’ll destroy you

    One more search on Eft anger revealed a video by Brad Yates (I LOVE his tapping style!) that helped loosen the hold that anger had on me. I actually started laughing at the absurdity of it all somewhere in the middle. Ahhhh, a much better feeling place. 🙂

    Clearing Anger – Tapping with Brad Yates

    NOW I can start the day off on the right foot, without all this negative chatter in my brain.

    🙂 It’s kind of funny, my Headspace app just popped up this message:

    Life is sometimes difficult. We know this for a fact, and yet still we resist thought things when they happen, some how thinking they ‘shouldn’t be’. Why is that?

    Just another way to think about all the things that “mess up” our mood. “It is what it is”, is a good mantra to live by, it would seem. So much less stress in that way of thinking.

    Tapping to Start Your Morning Off Right

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    Seems like the new year comes around and I am motivated to use EFT to move beyond where I was before. I have been watching many different EFT videos on Youtube, but love to fall back on my old reliable (and very pleasant to look at 😀 ) Brad Yates.

    This morning I tapped along to two of Brad’s videos to get my day started off on the right foot.

    Tap O’ the Mornin’ with Brad Yates

    Have an Amazing Day

    Faster EFT – Tapping on Abandonment

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    And here I am again, digging around in deep emotions that I didn’t realize were still active. I am finding the videos, that Robert Smith publishes to YouTube, HIGHLY effective, but sometimes you have to really dig to find the tapping. This video is titled “Secret video EFT Master Class” and has absolutely NO description attached to it. The full video runs over an hour and has some great information as to why and how Faster EFT works. The real goldmine is at about 40 minutes when he starts working with a woman about her abandonment issues.

    It is targeted at father abandonment issues, but just as easily could be anyone that you feel has abandoned you. It can also be abandonment through death, which is how I used this clip, to work through the feelings about my dad dying when I was in college.