If you’re even a bit like me, there’s one obstacle you meet practically daily: that bit of resistance when you go to open your file or read what you wrote the day before and now need add new words.
And even though I lack personal experience, it might be the same when you pick up your brush or your pencil, or start mixing clay for your pottery. If not, awesome!
However, if you are familiar with that little moment of hesitation of resistance, check out my video. I’m telling you there what to look for and how to tap it away, so you can focus on your creative endeavor.
I truly believe that adding a tapping round, or something as simple as a round of “hold and breathe” to your pre-writing ritual can make things much easier in the daily run of things.
And if you want some guidance, here are some tapping phrases to get you started with an EFT round of your own.
Even though I feel such annoying resistance when I open my file and plan to write, I’m totally okay the way I am, and I’m now open to releasing that resistance and finding joy in my writing.
Even though it’s so frustrating to run into this resistance all the time when I just want to write, I’m totally okay the way I am, and I now give myself permission to release that resistance and enjoy my writing time.
Even though I hate feeling this resistance, my writing should be fun and easy, I’m still totally okay the way I am, and I now choose to release that resistance and everything connected to it, and have fun with my writing.
Are you familiar with that resistance?
Where in your body can you feel it?
What happened while you were tapping?
And finally – are you using tapping with your writing?
Please share in a comment.
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