Anxiety is a complex subject. This video addresses the form of anxiety that is under the surface, but there isn’t necessarily a clear reason for it. The focus of the tapping is focused on reducing anxiety by small amounts without compromising the need for safety that anxiety actually seems to provide.
Yes, but…Those words can derail us in so many ways. This applies whether the words are said to us or whether they are part of the little voice in our own head. These words can hold us back from going for our goals. Tapping can make a difference and neutralize the yes, buts….from the past, present, and future.
Trusting your own inner guidance and following your own heart can be difficult, particularly if you have a lifetime of learning that can squelch it. Tap along and allow your inner voice to be heard.
The best way to live is to be like water
For water benefits all things and goes against none of them
It provides for all people and even cleanses those places a man is loath to go
In this way it is just like Tao
(from Tao Te Ching: The Definitive Edition by Lao Tzu with translation and commentary by Jonathan Star)
This tapping was inspired by that verse. I interpret this to mean that good things are to be shared by everyone, from the highest to the most lowly. Gulp! That means that good things are even for people I don’t like. I have had to tap on that one more than once, and truthfully have a long way to go. This video is to get you started with this difficult life practice.
Tapping throughout the day can be of huge benefit. We don’t have to wait until something becomes very upsetting or problematic to start dealing with it.
Tapping even when nothing is wrong is a wonderful practice. Your body loves tapping. Join in with the video below.