Anxious, worried or overwhelmed?
Having a knot in your stomach or a pain in your chest, or perhaps tension headaches, because of apprehension about something in your everyday life, can really hold you or a loved one back in life. Perhaps the thought of pending work/school or encountering a work colleague or boss causes a Monday morning dread which makes you feel weak or sick? It doesn’t have to be that way…
It is astonishing how many of us go around daily with hidden anxieties and don’t realise that we don’t have to feel that way. I have spoken to many people (adults, teens & young kids) over the last few months who suffer from anxiety. Some of whom I have had the pleasure in helping to release their anxiety, manage the causes of anxiety (bullying, low confidence, low self esteem, grief and stress to name a few).
I love hearing about EFT being used by well known celebs. Here is an example of EFT (Tapping) being used by celebrities to overcome nerves:
Actor Naomie Harris – well known for her roles as Winnie Mandela in Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom & Eve Moneypenny in the James Bond films Skyfall and Spectre was quoted in an interview with The Guardian some months ago:
Can you do anything to overcome nerves?
“I do something called EFT, which is emotional freedom technique, otherwise known as tapping, which really helps me”.
Is that where you use your fingers to stimulate acupuncture points?
“Yes, so I’ll do that before a first day of filming. And if there’s a particularly tricky scene I’m worried about, I’ll do it before then as well”.
What a powerful video ahead of World Suicide Prevention Day tomorrow Saturday September 10th!
VIDEO: ‘Suicide notes talk too late’ – a powerful video encourages men to speak about their mental health ahead of World Suicide Prevention Day on September 10th