DiscoverTapping Q & A PodcastThe Tools That Helped Us To Survive In The Past Aren't Always Useful Today (Pod #408)
The Tools That Helped Us To Survive In The Past Aren't Always Useful Today (Pod #408)

The Tools That Helped Us To Survive In The Past Aren't Always Useful Today (Pod #408)

Update: 2019-11-27
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Many of my clients would identify as the 'black sheep' of their families or communities. Because they moved to the beat of their own drums, they were usually out of step with everyone else.

This can be particularly difficult for youngsters to handle because it felt unsafe to express their true selves. In order to survive, it's human nature to develop tricks, tools, and techniques to get by.

At the time they were the best (and often the only) way to get through those difficult times, but the tools that were helpful as children are not necessarily helpful as adults.

The problem is that when we use certain tools and tactics for so long, they become ingrained and habitual.

In this audio we talk about how to let go of these old tools in favour of new and better ways to manage our lives.

In addition to the instruction in this podcast, there is a tap-along audio. You can find the full tapping script as a pdf of this audio over at Tapping Q and A Podcast Scripts and Transcripts.

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The Tools That Helped Us To Survive In The Past Aren't Always Useful Today (Pod #408)

The Tools That Helped Us To Survive In The Past Aren't Always Useful Today (Pod #408)

Gene Monterastelli