Always Sad- Unknown Cause

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    Haylie Grayson

    Lately I've been sad almost all the time. Not just sad but like depressed. Sometimes I feel like I just need to cry but I can't even do that. I don't know whats wrong I really don't like the way I feel. Can someone please help. Yell


    Elana Michelson

    Tap on the feeling of sadness.

    Tap on the feeling of not being able to cry and see what comes up.



    michel m

    how do you do that? what do you say while tapping?




    Elana Michelson

    You can either say “this sadness tap

    this sadness  tap

    wherever it comes from  tap

    what ever it means  tap

    I'm keeping the wisdom  tap

    and letting everything else go  tap

    or you can say

    this sadness  tap

    this sadness   tap

    letting it go   tap

    letting it go   tap

    Its safe to let it go tap

    or you can just feel the sadness and then just concentrate on the actual sensations of the tapping with out saying anything. The words are much less important than aiming it at the feeling.


    Dale Adams

    Notice how you know you have sadness. Where do you feel it? What does it remind you of? Write down and tap on everything that comes up.

    Humans are the only critters on the planet that are so free they can choose bondage.

    You feel it so you think its real. Make peace with everything. It really is all about perception and practice. Perception comes from what you have learned to this point. Practice is what you do with it. If you decide you want to heal, want to live a happy life: then you must choose happier thoughts.

    Feel good for no reason. You dont have  to buy, deserve, earn, or win good feelings. They are there for you no matter what. 

    Try to feel good. Tap on anything in the way. Let it go,, Let it go,,,,

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