The EFT Healing Centre Blog
December 5, 2012
“I am in remission of Crohn’s Disease,” my client said at the beginning of our EFT Skype session last week. “My symptoms are no longer Crohn’s.”
Is there a time to celebrate? … Yes.
When? … Any time in the moment.
“Jennifer” told me the wonderful news with a huge smile on her face. When we had first met in November 2011, she was terrified, hopeless, and housebound. It’s because of her persistence – her dedication to her healing – that she’s where she is now in just one year. I am so very proud of her and in that moment, I cried. They were tears of joy, and tears of appreciation for her commitment to her health. It was certainly a time to celebrate.
As anyone reading this who knows about Crohn’s is aware, Jennifer’s healing journey has been far from easy. There have been countless times when she felt completely helpless and alone, believing nothing could change and she would be confined to the house, a very limited diet, and chronic pain, for life.
However, despite it all, Jennifer always found time to celebrate during our EFT sessions. She was always conscious of the incremental progress. No matter how awful her day may have been, she always noted in her journal at least one blessing. That meant that as we tapped on all the painful experiences, we could also embrace the accomplishments, no matter how apparently small. This was a brilliant way of raising her vibration and re-focusing her attention.
So, as we approach the Holiday Season, and things may feel intense or overwhelming, lonely or hopeless, I invite you to celebrate the “small things”. No matter how debilitated you may feel for one reason or another, I know there is something within you, or outside of you, for which to show gratitude.
Last week “Jennifer” and I celebrated a milestone in her journey against Crohn’s. That celebration was built upon many little ones throughout the year.
Think back to who you were this time last year. Who have you become? What have you accomplished? What insights have you had? Please consider things that may appear inconsequential.
Sometimes we may not notice many changes, but if we cast our minds back 12 months, we may surprise ourselves by the number of changes. As the saying goes, “the attention is in the detail”. Make a note of each change and tap them in. Acknowledge yourself for being you. And while it is appropriate to celebrate at any time, it is particularly so as the year draws to its end and another is about to begin.
Thank you for reading my newsletters this year. I have greatly appreciated your feedback, and getting to know some of you as clients, and students.
I wish you a peaceful holiday season, and a new year filled with ease and grace.