Eleven Minutes at 100 RPM on
the gym bike!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Yaaaaayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy!! 😀 😀 😀
I did 3 intervals at 100 RPM,
aiming for 9 minutes, which still would have been a record for the last 2 years. I tapped on the finger points as I said “two
minutes, two minutes…” till it became 2 minutes. I kept going, saying “3 minutes, 3 minutes…” as I tapped. At the hardest
parts, I rubbed both KCs against both sets of UNs (Points from bottom of female underwire or such a bra, or where it would be
if a male was wearing it, directly under the breast to the bottom of the ribcage, a slight adaptation on the EFT one UN point).
That helps me a lot. A record since 2 years ago. I’m so thrilled.
And that’s not all!!!!!!
I took my medication this
morning at 8 AM. On my way to work, I realised I had none on me, and that’s when I realised I was well enough to do without.
On the way to the gym, I tapped the finger points to release the fear of being without meds and having a record-breaking 9
minutes as my goal. I was fine, just fine, no problem. My “breathing muscles” are so strong, my immune system is so strong,
and my “constricting muscles” are so relaxed that it was no problem, thanks to EFT and a lot of hard work. If you don’t have
lung disease you probably (fortunately) don’t have a clue what I’m talking about, but if you have a goal you want to achieve,
no matter how hard or easy, read on.
The last thing at work today was the group EFT from 7:30-9 PM, which was great fun and
made me feel really good, as it was a small group and we again got 100% results. It finished over 12 hours after the last time
I had my meds. I was fine. I was OK walking to the station, although starting to feel a bit constricted. Then on the way
back home, I kept tapping on the tube for “this constricted breath”, especially when the tube went from being underground to
overground with an accompanying change in the air pressure. I felt it in my chest. Tapping procedure:
Rubbing Th and BF of
each hand against each other for a while and then rubbing Gamut point and doing a bit of eye movement (the London tube is a
very public place), repeating “this constricted breath, I DEEPLY love and accept myself” and “this constricted breath”.
I got out of the tube station and had a 5 minute walk home. The cold air hit my lungs:
Rubbing the Th and BF of each hand together simultaneously, I repeated:
“Even though my bronchioles are constricting, I deeply love and accept myself”
“Even though my bronchi are constricting, I deeply love and accept myself”
“Even though I need more CO2 in my lungs, I deeply accept myself” [you need a certain amount of CO2 to breathe properly] “Even though my lungs are cold, I choose to open my lungs to breathe”
“I choose to coldly and beautifully breathe, I choose to open my air passages when it’s cold”
“I coldly beautifully open up to this cold air”
“I coldly breathe”
“I coldly breathe”
I got home and went up the stairs with reasonable ease, got in and took my meds, 14 hours after the last time. This has not happened in 4 1/2 years! 😀 😀
Do you need motivation for a goal in mind? Perhaps you need to formulate that goal? I worked way past the pain barrier to become so relatively
healthy, and it’s largely thanks to EFT.
When you have a chronic physical condition, anything that either emotionally or physically has a negative impact on you can make the condition worse. EFT is one way of throwing away the emotional rubbish collecting in your system. In the same way that we dispose of our household rubbish regularly for home cleanliness and hygiene, I use EFT to dispose of negative emotions for my optimal physical health.