Stool Sample Anxiety EFT Tapping
I have recently realized that my stomach symptoms are not a post-covid symptom, had a phone appointment with the doctor, and booked in all the right investigations for now. One of those is a stool sample.
I was so confident of producing it yesterday but did not want to poo after all. I woke up this morning after each nightmare of not being able to poo and tapped on each one. When the final morning alarm rang, I woke up with dread. I couldn’t poo. I ate something substantial. Still, I couldn’t poo. So I started tapping.
“Even though I can’t poo, I’m too anxious about how I’m going to collect this sample, I deeply love and accept myself.”
“Too anxious about producing the stool sample. I can’t poo.”
Halfway through, I quickly grabbed everything and ran to the toilet! I’m just getting ready to take it to the medical centre now!
EFT Tapping For A Chronic Condition – Why I Need To Tap For Stool Sample Anxiety
EFT Tapping is great and important for my emotional and physical health. I do my best to walk the talk and ensure that any negative emotions are released asap, as my state of health is too potentially fragile for me to hold onto negative emotions. By releasing these, my body is kept in a state where it has the best chance of optimal health. Please go back to around 2005 on this personal healing blog to get to the worst postings (when I was often bed-ridden, unable to breathe enough to get out of bed), if you are looking for how to tap for those really bad days of health.
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