jacqui crooks

There’s lots of different tapalongs for you here, on all sorts of topics. If you’re not sure of the points to tap follow me here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A59Ztmd2PAI&feature=player_embedded

Choose the one that appeals to you most at this moment and tap along with me. Note down anything that comes up for you as you tap and you can use that to continue your tapping and healing.  Have fun.

Needing to be perfect

We are always much harder on ourselves than others and it’s a perfect way to keep ourselves stuck in old habits and patterns. We listen to the words of those around us, as children and then take over their words and repeat them to ourselves.

Maybe it’s time to let that go and do something different.

Karate point

Even though it’s ok for everyone else to be a work in progress, but I have to be perfect right here and now, I’m OK.

Even though I can see where other people are and understand why they’re there, but I’m supposed to have got it “right” by now, I’m OK.

Even though part of me can understand where I am and why and another part is beating me up for not having “fixed” myself completely yet, I deeply and completely accept myself, even though I don’t!

Round the points

It’s not OK

I’m not OK

I “should” have sorted it by now

I “should” have all the answers

I don’t know why I haven’t

Other people seem to have the answers

What’s wrong with me?

I’m so tired of all this.

Karate point

Even though I should have sorted myself by now, I could begin to acknowledge how far I’ve come.

Even though I’m still a work in progress, maybe, just maybe, that’s OK.

Even though I am a work in progress, just like everyone else, I choose to remember that life is a journey and the joy is in the journey.

around the points

I should have sorted myself

I’m a work in progress

I’ve come a long way

I’m just like everyone else

And that’s OK

Life’s a journey

I could choose to enjoy it

Celebrating who and where I am, accepting the joy of the journey, because that IS OK, whether I believe it or not!

©2014 Jacqui Crooks