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When people unsubscribe from my mailing list they have the opportunity to leave a comment.
I recently received a really interesting comment from someone who was unsubscribing from my list. She wrote:
“I am very busy at the moment and I don’t have time to practice, so I feel stressed out.”
I find that a fascinating comment. She is basically saying that her life feels so out of control that the thought of doing something that will make it better (like tapping) is too overwhelming.
The reason she isn’t willing to take the time to tap? It’s not because she doesn’t have the time or know how.
The reason is because she isn’t in enough pain.
In the podcast I explain why being in pain is a good thing and how we can cultivate this pain to help us to take action.
Not Leaving You Alone To Face The Pain
What I have just described can feel too overwhelming to deal with alone. One of the reasons for not asking those questions is if you are worried about stirring up more difficult emotions than you are able to handle on your own.
You don’t have to do this alone.
Over the last 18 months you may have noticed that I have been focusing more and more on helping clients to take action, not just to feel better. If this is the type of tapping you want to do I would encourage you join the Ruach Center.
You know those fears that you listed about taking action? Every single day members of the Ruach Center receive an email with a link to a tap-along audio dealing with those fears.
Not only do members receive reminders to tap every day for their fears, but they have access over 150 tap-along audios and over 15 hours of audio instruction on tapping to take action.
If you are tired of being stuck in the “tolerable middle” and ready to take action you should check it out.