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It was the 8th anniversary of my client’s mother’s passing. My client, Jackie, was missing her mother and the special connection they had. She woke up that day feeling sick – sinus problems and a sore throat.
We decided to do a tapping session around missing her mother.
Even though I miss my mother I love and accept myself anyway.
Even though I miss the special connection I had with my mother…
Even though I miss my mom because she was my biggest fan…
We went through the tapping points then returned for more tapping.
Even though I wish my mother were here so I could share what is going on in my life…
Even though it has been 8 years since my mother’s passing and I still miss her…
Even though it is the 8th anniversary of my mother’s passing and I have this sinus infection and sore throat…
After a couple of rounds of tapping Jackie reported that her throat no longer felt bad. We did a couple more rounds.
Even though my mom is no longer here in the physical no one can take that special connection I had with her away.
Even though my mother is no longer here in the physical I always have my memories of her and our special connection.
Even though my mother is no longer here in the physical I chose to honor that connection with her now.
Her intensity was pretty much gone now and we finished with…
Even though my mother is no longer here in the physical I still love my mom and no one can take that away from me.
Even though my mother is no longer here in the physical it’s okay to miss her and love her.
Jackie then realized how hard she had been on herself, that she had been judging herself for missing that connection with her mother after all these years. She then realized that she expects a lot of herself in general. This was quite revelatory to her and she was able to see how that tendency plays out in other areas of her life.
We ended the session with Jackie feeling much better and more accepting of her feelings.
Tucson, Arizona, US
Originally published on May 17, 2010.