Insomnia & Sleep Issues

Quiet your mind with EFT so that you can sleep

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Hi Everyone,

Cheryl Menard gives us a practical use of EFT for insomnia. Give it a try the next time your racing mind keeps you awake.

Hugs, Gary


By Cheryl Menard

I've often had trouble getting to sleep because my mind races from one thought to another. I decided to try the EFT Choices method to quell the racket. It's worked beautifully, so I'm sending this along in hopes it'll help a lot of others out there.

Even though I have all these thoughts banging around in my head, I choose to have a quiet, peaceful mind.

Even though my thoughts are going a million miles an hour, I choose to have a quiet, peaceful mind.

Even though I have so many thoughts they won't all fit in my head, I choose to have a quiet, peaceful mind.

Note: TH=Top of Head

TH: All these thoughts all the time

EB: There's a kajillion of them

SE: And they're going a million miles an hour, all banging into each other

UE: But I need all these thoughts to stay safe

UN: I need to think ahead and anticipate and plan for every eventuality

CH: All these thoughts are my guardians

CB: Think one step ahead, maybe two steps, maybe a thousand

UA: Think more, think faster, think think think think think

TH: Quiet, peaceful mind

EB: Quiet, calm and serene

SE: I'll let some of these thoughts take a little break

UE: They'll be there for me when I want to call them back

UN: I don't need to keep all these thoughts going

CH: I'm safe even when my mind is quiet

CB: I don't need to prepare for every possible outcome

UA: Quiet, peaceful mind

TH: I need a lot of fast thoughts to be safe

EB: Quiet, peaceful mind

SE: All these thoughts protecting me

UE: Quiet, peaceful mind

UN: Need to think lots of thoughts, really fast

CH: Quiet, peaceful mind

CB: Think a thousand steps ahead

UA: Quiet, peaceful mind

The morning after I started this, I felt a little odd, there was something different, couldn't put my finger on it at first. Then it dawned on me - my mind was quiet! It was different for sure, and truly wonderful! I do this just before bed most nights, and teach it to my clients as well. I feel so much more at ease now.

Peace,

Cheryl

 

 

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