Back Home In OKC

As soon as I pulled up in front of Deanna’s house my car started vibrating. It got me to Jason’s Deli, but it has been hesitating more frequently. The vibration gives me hope that if I take it to my mechanic here they will figure out the problem that my Emporia mechanics haven’t found yet.... Continue Reading →

Nothing To Tap On

It’s still brutally cold, near 0°. For a week it’s been like an Alaskan winter with snow on top of snow and no melt in between. I’m not in a good space or a mood to write. I woke up again with TMJ head stuff, and my back is still tense. My massage was mainly... Continue Reading →

Conditioned Responses

I was in a funk again. I worked on the book for an hour and tried something different. Instead of reading old journals, I proofread the first part, but ignored the places that need inserts. I noticed and tapped on small triggers of remembering unwanted feelings of the past. I had unknowingly put pressure on... Continue Reading →

What If I Suspend That Belief?

One reason we are so good at focusing on and practicing the negative is that our educational system has conditioned us to solve problems. Our minds do it automatically so if there is not a problem to solve it looks for one. Whatever it looks for it will find or produce. I notice resistance to... Continue Reading →

Why Am I Not Healed Yet?

I awoke with pain across my lower back. Now what! I tapped so I could get up. I still tap as I write and drink Maple Mocha. My mind/body system knows how to get my attention with similar symptoms that once disabled me. Just because I have pain today doesn’t mean the Fibromyalgia is back.... Continue Reading →

Tapping In My Sleep

I may slow down on blog posts to get back to work on the book. I enjoy staying in the present. The process helps me work through my stuff, stay current and help others now. I know the book will help others too, but I have to dig into the past to do it. Somehow... Continue Reading →

Out of The Muck

I edited and posted Walk The Talk I Give Others. It was 1388 words that I whittled down to 900. Still long, but has two parts. The first is principles of healing and the second is my personal practices after two big triggers last week. Editing goes faster when I do it quickly and take... Continue Reading →

Practice What I Teach

At first I thought Peaceful Plateau would be an easy edit. It was short and to the point. I could make quick edits and post. I didn’t feel the message from the day I wrote it, but kept editing. Over and over I changed, reworded, rearranged and thought it would be done soon. I couldn’t... Continue Reading →

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