Monday, October 31, 2011

Using EFT for chronic fatigue syndrome

Dr Robert Scaer calls syndromes such as chronic fatigue dis-eases of the freeze response. Please customise these phrases to how you feel and to suit your own unique situation. EFT short cut diagram.

Even though I feel ... I deeply and profoundly accept myself

Even though I am so tired, I accept myself

Even though I am too tired to .... I accept myself anyway

Top of the head: I'm exhausted
Eyebrow: I want to sleep
Side of the eye: I want to hide
Under the eye: From ...
Under the nose: I am so tired
Under the chin: Of ...
Collar bone: It's all too much
Under the arm: That's the way I feel

Top of the head: Everything is such an effort
Eyebrow: I have no energy
Side of the eye: To ...
Under the eye: And that makes me feel ...
Under the nose: It's really difficult to feel this way
Under the chin: About myself
Collar bone: About others
Under the arm: About life

Top of the head: It feels too ...
Eyebrow: I'd like a break from this exhaustion
Side of the eye: This tiredness feels ...
Under the eye: The alternative to this tiredness would be ... ?
Under the nose: And that feels ...
Under the chin: I don't know how I feel about that
Collar bone: Am I ready to let this go?
Under the arm: Even a little?

Top of the head: What's making me feel so tired?
Eyebrow: When did I start feeling this way?
Side of the eye: What's sapping my energy?
Under the eye: Where is my energy gone?
Under the nose: What's holding my energy down?
Under the chin: What am I holding down?
Collar bone: My energy feels ...
Under the arm: I feel ...

As she had been walking from the ward to that room, she had felt such pure hatred that now she had no more rancor left in her heart. She had finally allowed her negative feelings to surface, feelings that had been repressed for years in her soul. She had actually FELT them, and they were no longer necessary, they could leave ~ Paulo Coelho, Veronika Decides to Die

6 comments:

trixi pixie said...

thank you

Noreen Barron, MA said...

You're welcome :-)

Doreen said...

This is very useful information and extrmely helpful. Thank you!

Noreen Barron, MA said...

You're welcome Doreen.

Anonymous said...

How do u address something like this if your bedridden?

Noreen Barron said...

You start where you are, as Louise Hay says, the point of power is in the present moment. Tap on how it feels, physically and emotionally and see where it leads you.