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Loving ourselves throughout our lifetime is a wonderful but challenging endeavor. And the big question is––how do we continue to love ourselves through everything, especially the big emotions of self-doubt, fear, and anxiety?

It’s so difficult, isn’t it? 

I’ve experienced this many times in my life, especially lately when the world is serving up so many things to feel anxious and doubtful about. Recently, a friend of mine was hospitalized with COVID and put on a ventilator. It sent me into a downward spiral of fear for him and all of us.  

To get myself back into the energy of hope and self-love, I reached into my toolbox and pulled out a technique that has always served me well in times like these––EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique), which is also known as tapping.

In this video, I tell you all about tapping and its incredible energetic benefits.

When we’re having negative thoughts—fear, stress, anxiety—it’s actually disrupting the energy pathways in our body. Once we acknowledge these emotions and honor them, tapping helps release the energy block.

If you’re looking for a way to tune in to yourself and banish fear, try EFT. I hope it gives you as much comfort as it has given me in turbulent times.

With resilience, grace, and love, 


P.S. My friend passed away from COVID shortly after I filmed this video. I send my love and prayers to all those out there who are affected by COVID and who have lost loved ones to this awful virus.



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