We’re all used to achieving happiness from external circumstances, events, people and things. We are taught from a very young age to depend on other people’s validation to fuel our own self esteem. Whether this is in the form of compliments, awards, likes, tags, applause. It all depends on how an individual perceives his or her own success validation.
Have you ever had a thought about rewriting your past? That you wish you had a magic wand so you could go back in time and change all your mistakes, regrets, pains and traumas into something more beautiful? We all have those moments, it’s a part of being human.
For those who have been living with chronic illnesses and have tried everything to find relief, it can be difficult to remain hopeful. It can be extremely difficult to resist falling into depression, hopelessness and helplessness. Tiffany Jeffers and Heather McKean are two, among the thousands of the people who found freedom from chronic illnesses – using FasterEFT.
People suffering from alcohol and drug addiction have a lot of similarities to people who chronically crave food. They are all mentally conditioned to abuse their substance of choice. Like any other substance, food cravings may result to addiction and rule your life. Food has become the most convenient escape for many people suffering from emotional eating and food addiction.
Physical tension accumulated from work may appear for brief moments then disappear. Some forms of tension may last for a for few minutes, while others for hours before the stiffness they cause disappears. Surprisingly, most people who suffer form physical tension or muscular tension are often not involved in jobs requiring extreme physical strength. Mental strain may exhibit symptoms through stiff/tense or tensed muscles.
The Eutaptics tapping technique is designed to change references that result in problems affecting all areas of life held in the subconscious mind. Any problem ever existing in your life has a memory or record within your subconscious mind powered by feelings. Feelings are what make a problem a problem; emotions are what cause a situation to be considered a problem, not the situation on its own.