EFT Tapping Statements for Addictions
“A lot of people say they want to get out of pain, but they aren’t willing to make healing a high priority. They aren’t willing to look inside to see the source of their pain in order to deal with it.”
When we feel:
* empty inside
* hollow and shallow
* our lives are hopeless
* life has no purpose
* our lives have no purpose
* we are not fulfilling our destiny
* we have no destiny
* our actions are useless
* we are squandering our lives away
* we don’t have the talents and abilities to be successful
we might reach for something and/or someone outside ourselves to numb the pain of our shame, guilt, apathy, fear, and/or anger. Continuing to reach for the substance, day after day after day, becomes an addiction.
Addictions might be about anger, hiding, an illusion of “depth,” and/or an attempt to feel and experience happiness and peace.
* Anger that we do not believe we have the tools, talents, skills, intelligence, abilities, capabilities, and/or wisdom to be loved, successful, prosperous, powerful, accepted, peaceful, joyful, happy, and/or cherished. Anger that we do not know how to learn or acquire these skills.
* Hiding. Addictions may be a way of hiding from ourselves as well as others.
* An illusion of “depth” and “substance.” The addictive high provides an illusion of power and depth for the addict that feels shallow, hollow, insignificant, unworthy, and undeserving.
* An attempt to feel and experience happiness and peace. The addictive high deadens the lower energies of grief, apathy, guilt, and shame which then allows the addict to experience the higher altitudes of love, peace, and joy.
Is your identity that of an addict? Do you blame others for your addiction? Do you use your addiction to deaden the pain of a hopeless future? When you are high, is that the only time you experience pure love?
EFT tapping can help with addictions. EFT stands for Emotional Freedom Technique and is a quick, simple, and painless process to change dysfunctional emotions and beliefs.
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EFT tapping statements for addictions:
* I feel dead inside.
* I am inadequate as I am.
* I feel hollow and shallow.
* I am full of rage and sadness.
* My identity is that of an addict.
* I blame others for my addiction.
* The only time I experience pure love is when I am high.
* I use my addiction to deaden the pain of a hopeless future.
© Tessa Cason, 2020.
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