Stuck and Frustrated

I am stuck at my home office, where I have been for the past two days, up to my ears in admin that simply cannot wait and unexpected surprises.  I have not been able to go to the gym yesterday, which I had promised myself, and today’s visit is looking increasingly unlikely.

Setup

“Even though I am stuck and frustrated and angry at myself for not seeing that email [warning me of a systems change], I maybe can accept myself, oh alright, I accept myself anyway, I choose to love, accept and forgive myself”

Reminder

“I ask for new solutions to this problem. I deserve my time off, my hobby, I have more than earned it. I ask the Universe to show me a way”

…. Crying, not of sadness, but my way of finally releasing all this pent-up frustration doing desk fork for almost two days solid…

…Looking at my diary to find solutions…

Well, if I can’t make the gym this morning, I have a half-hour window of opportunity tonight.  Not quite what I want, but it is something I can aim for. My reward for doing this desk work.

Frustration now down to 6.

“ET I’m frustrated and hate desk work, hate being cooped up, hate not being physical, hate being indoors, I love myself anyway”

Oh hell, I’ll go soon.  I’ve found some ways…

Frustration down to 2. Will do more tapping later.

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.

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