Listen to a companion tapping “I Am Not Alone”: (Download MP3)
Thanks to you, I remember that I am not alone.
When I go on my “sanity walk” every morning, I express my gratitude and think about my next newsletter, and I remember that I am not alone, thanks to you.
When I have my freak out moments about life never returning to normal, I remember that I am not alone, thanks to you.
When I watch too much news and feel more stressed, I remember that I am not alone, thanks to you.
When I feel afraid of going to the grocery store, I remember that I am not alone, thanks to you.
When we lost 2 family members (not from the virus) and a 3rd has been diagnosed with cancer, it’s sad that I can’t even hug anyone, or help my cousins schedule a funeral. But I remember that I am not alone, and I am sorry for all the losses you are experiencing too.
When I couldn’t stop smiling when I saw a bird taking a bath in a puddle in the park, I remember I am not alone, thanks to you.
When I saw a video of my newest little nephew learning how to eat spaghetti, I think of all the “firsts” that you are going through in your life, and I remember that I am not alone, thanks to you.
So please remember, no matter what highs and lows, ups and downs, firsts and lasts you are going through, you are not alone either, even though it might feel, look and sound that way.
Wash your hands, and then get Tapping!
Side of Hand: Even though I feel so alone during this time, I accept who I am and how I feel. Even though I feel so alone right now, I deeply and completely love and accept myself. Even though I sometimes forget that we’re going through this together, I accept who I am and how I feel.
Eyebrow: I feel so alone right now
Side of Eye: I feel all alone
Under Eye: I feel alone and disoriented
Under Nose: I feel afraid and alone
Chin: I forget that I’m not alone
Collarbone: I forget we’re all in this together
Under Arm: I have all these fears
Head: I still feel so alone
Take a deep breath, and continue Tapping:
Side of Hand: Even though I still feel all alone, I deeply and profoundly love and accept myself anyway. Even though I still feel all alone, I choose to remember that we are going through this together.
Eyebrow: I still feel all alone
Side of Eye: I choose to remember I’m not alone
Under Eye: I feel alone, but I’m not
Under Nose: I’m not the only one who feels alone
Chin: I feel more comforted already
Collarbone: I remember we are together
Under Arm: I love knowing I’m not alone
Head: I remember now that I am not alone
Take another deep breath, and accept my virtual hugs, even though they’re not exactly the same…
Until next time,