Life as we know it has become stressful. With our lives being so fast paced, you may feel a burnout coming on. Thankfully, we’ve got you covered. Being mindful means staying present and is a great way to de-stress. While it may be achieved by taking a few deep breaths, sometimes we are so overwhelmed, it may seem impossible to become mindful, let alone take deep breaths!
According to Psychology Today, Mindfulness is defined as –
“Mindfulness is a state of active, open attention on the present. When you’re mindful, you observe your thoughts and feelings from a distance, without judging them good or bad. Instead of letting your life pass you by, mindfulness means living in the moment and awakening to experience.”
You probably know what mindfulness is. The ancient Buddhist meditation has been around for centuries, and it’s become extremely popular recently. In fact, the US military has started training marines in the art of achieving a mindful state, and it’s even taught at Harvard. But if you feel like there may be something wrong with you because you don’t quite get it, don’t worry. FasterEFT will help you clear out the resistance, enabling you to achieve a mindful state.
What this phrase means is becoming aware of your surroundings. Most people just rush through their day, not really living, but going through the habitual motions of driving to work, school, grocery store and back. You can achieve mental clarity just by focusing on the sights and sounds around you at any given moment.
This mindful awareness actually helps with blood pressure, stress, anxiety, panic attacks etc. If you have resistance to being mindful, try the following FasterEFT technique to help you achieve a mindful state. The Faster EFT technique interrupts that signal between the brain and the organs by focusing on the meridian points connected to those organs; and rewrites the reference or memory associated with that trigger.
In other words, if you feel resistant to just slowing down and taking a deep breath, because of all the worry thoughts in your mind, and you want to change that automatic response, you could use the FasterEFT technique to disrupt the production of the chemicals that cause the feeling of ‘this doesn’t feel right’ when you’re reminded to become mindful.
Doing this you can actually change the meaning of being in a mindful state in the subconscious from “not good” to “good”. This will then result in an automatic feeling of feeling good and relief when you want to take time out to become mindful.
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Using the FasterEFT Technique to Achieve a Mindful State
Step One: Aim
Notice how you know you have the problem. You don’t need to know what the emotions or feelings are, just notice how you know they’re there. What do you feel? Where in your body do you feel it? What do you see or hear? How do you know it’s a problem?
Step Two: Tap
Use two fingers to tap the following points, while focusing on the feeling of your fingers on your skin:
- between your eyebrows
- beside your eye
- under your eye
- just below your collarbone
While you are tapping, say “Let it go”. You can also add “It’s safe to let it go”.
Note: It doesn’t matter which side you tap – you can do either side, or both if you like.
Step Three: Peace
Grab your wrist, take a deep breath, blow it out, and say “peace” – and go to a peaceful memory for a moment.
Step Four: Check
Go back to your problem and take notice of how it’s changed. Do you feel different? Is the intensity of the feeling different? Does the memory look or sound different? Just notice.
Step Five: Repeat
Repeat steps two to four until the feeling or memory has “flipped” – in other words, the negative feeling has been replaced by a positive feeling.
For best results, keep going until the original memory has been changed – even if it doesn’t feel like it’s going to change – it will, as long as you keep going until it does.
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