One of my favorite phrases from my PEP for Peaceful Well-Being process is this:
Feeling safe in my unconditional self-acceptance
I thought I’d just write about what this idea means to me and my thoughts about why it helps so much when we’re feeling anxiety or other negative emotions. Read the rest of this entry »
We all feel worry and anxiety at different times in our lives and it seems like it’s just a normal part of being human. But what is anxiety really? Why do we feel it? Is it really an unavoidable part of life? By taking the time to ask ourselves these questions and bring the answers into the light of our awareness, we have the opportunity to look more deeply into ourselves and the roots of our anxiety. When we do, we are guided to a new possibility of finding a way to be free of it and to have a deeper experience of our true spiritual essence and the natural state of unconditional well-being and peace within us. Read the rest of this entry »
In this post, I want to share a wonderful, simple technique with you that will help you relieve anxiety quickly and gently and help you return to the sweet, peaceful joy that rests just below the surface of your experience of feeling worried or anxious.
Going from Anxiety to Peace and Quiet Joy in Five Minutes
A couple of days ago, I woke up early with thoughts going round and round in my head, worries about things going on in my life right now. This doesn’t happen very often anymore thankfully, but once I realized this was happening, I decided to get up and do some tapping on these worries. I did a couple rounds of basic EFT to let go of the anxiety which did help… it brought down the intensity, but I could still feel the anxiety hovering at the back of my mind and I wasn’t feeling peaceful yet.
Then I remembered a client telling me about how she had used my simple peaceful well-being PEP technique using just the hand points I’d taught her and she was able to relieve her anxiety quickly and gently. I realized that this was the perfect opportunity to use this technique myself. Read the rest of this entry »