EFT Tapping for Grief with EFT Tapping Statements

sad and depressed woman

Having experienced, struggled with, and come to terms with my own particular share of ‘necessary losses’ over the years, I’ve come to realize that those losses have taught me some of life’s most valuable lessons. 
Marty Tousley

Grief is more than sadness. It is more than unhappiness. Grief is a loss. Something of value is gone. Grief is an intense loss that breaks our heart. The loss can be the death of a loved one, a pet, a way of life, a job, a marriage, and/or one’s own imminent death. Grief is real.

Elisabeth Kubler-Ross developed five states of grief. These states are not sequential, they may coexist with other states, be completely skipped, occur intermittently, or repeat themselves. She believed that grief was a continuously evolving process that offers potential for growth. The five states are: Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression, and Acceptance.

Over time, unhealed grief becomes anger, resentment, blame, righteousness, and/or remorse. We become someone we are not. It takes courage to move through the grief and all the emotions buried deep within. The depth of our pain let’s us know that someone or something was very important to us. The depth of our pain also let’s us know there is a depth to us.

We can drown in our grief. Water represents emotions. Drowning, overwhelmed with emotions.

EFT tapping (EFT which stands for Emotional Freedom Technique) is a process that addresses dysfunctional emotions and beliefs that cause dysfunctional behaviors. EFT tapping will allow us to delete the mis-beliefs on a subconscious level for lasting changes.

Subscribers: You will be receiving an email this week offering a list of all the EFT Tapping Statements I have for Grief.

EFT tapping statements for grief (general as well as in regards to a loss of someone or something else):
* I can’t move forward.
* I have lost interest in life.
* I am sad by what I have lost.
* They are never coming back.
* I cannot go on without them.
* I don’t allow myself to grieve.
* My mood changes constantly.
* I would rather numb out than feel.
* It is difficult to make it through the day.
* I have a constant sense of emptiness and despair.

© Tessa Cason, 2020.

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