coming home

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.

Releasing old habits

Karate point

Even though I have a lot of old habits, I deeply and completely accept myself

Even though I beat myself up because I still do them, I’m Ok

Even though I learn a lot about myself in relationships, I deeply and completely accept myself

Round the points

Old habits

Die hard

Beating myself up

Don’t know what to do

Fed up

Had enough

When will I learn?

What if I’m learning all the time?

Karate point

Even though I learnt that I lose my power and give myself away I deeply and completely accept myself

Even though that’s what I learnt to do when I was very young I’m OK

Even though I don’t know how to do it differently …yet…, I’m still ok

Round the points

I learn through relationships

Losing my power,

Giving myself away

My biggest fear

I might not survive

I might not be able to change this

And what if I could?

And what if I am already?

Karate point

Even though I wouldn’t know what to do if I wasn’t doing that I deeply and completely accept myself

Even though I don’t know who I’d be if I wasn’t doing that, I choose to remember that whatever I do or I don’t do, I’ll still be me, there’s no getting away from me, that’s who I am whatever I’m doing and that’s ok!

Round the points

I learnt it when I was young

I don’t know how to do it differently

Yet

Don’t know what I’d do instead

Don’t know who I’d be

They might not like me

I might not like me

And I’m a work in progress

And just maybe all’s well

And all’s as it should be

And even more amazingly,

Maybe I’m Ok

Just as I am

And exactly where I am

And maybe that’s enough

And maybe I could allow myself to believe that

©2014 Jacqui Crooks