EFT for help with changing careers and finding a new job
It is fascinating to me how many different applications EFT can have.
The other day, I received a call from a recruiter who has been deeply engaged in helping long term unemployed people find a job. We talked for quite a while about the difficulties that her clients experience during their journey of finding a new job, a new calling, an employment that feels right and good to them.
She explained that for many people, losing a job or career offsets a grieving process that needs to be lived through. Jumping into hyperactivity after losing a job might feel good in the beginning, but it does not allow for the person to find closure and get ready for a new part of his or her life.
In addition, the blocks, negative beliefs and feelings towards the situation can be extremely hindering.
With EFT, we can help release these feelings and blocks, so that the person now can look at the situation as it is, find his or her niche where success will come, present him or herself in the most positive way and literally attract the new position or opportunity that he or she resonates deeply with.
Here are some tapping suggestion that might help people to get a more positive mindset about finding a new job:
KP: Even though I am frustrated and sad that I lost my old job, I deeply and completely accept myself.
KP: Even though I feel embarrassed that I don’t have the job anymore, I chose to forgive myself now, I know that I did the best that I could
KP: Even though I am angry and overwhelmed that I have to be in this position, it’s not fair! – I completely accept and respect myself
TH: I can’t believe I am in this situation!
IE: This is truly frustrating and very overwhelming
OE: What if I don’t have what it takes to find a new job again?
UE: I even doubt that, given my age, I would be offered the old position now
UN: I am sad and I grief that I am in this situation now
UL: It is truly overwhelming
CB: And sometimes the fear gets the best of me
UA: I don’t feel prepared for this, and it is not fair
TH: I am scared and overwhelmed, and I don’t know how to handle it
TH: What if it was important to relax now?
IE: What if I needed to find time to truly honor what happened to me?
OE: I have so many mixed emotions going on
UE: It is hard to focus on a new career when I am still grieving so much
UN: And when my frustration about the situation is taking the best of me
UL: I can allow myself to honor how I feel before I release it
CB: I know that I did the best I could, and this can happen to anybody
UA: I forgive myself – I know I did the best I could
TH: I chose now to change my vibration
IE: I chose to feel grateful for my potential and who I am
OE: I chose to relax and shift to where I want to be
UE: I am the perfect match for many positions that need exactly what I have to offer and who I am
UN: I feel comfortable and loving when I connect with that new position and all the people involved
UL: I am grateful to have them, and they are grateful to have found me
CB: I can’t wait to get started and bring value and quality into my life and theirs
UA: And I am grateful for the positive turn that my life has taken now
TH: I am grateful for my new, perfect job
Take a deep breath and see what happens to your thoughts and feelings. Do you notice a shift? Do you feel hope? Do you allow yourself to go with the routine for a moment and then put up the wall of fear and resentment again?
Tap on that. Write down what bothers you and tap on it one step at a time. The more feelings and beliefs you release, the clearer your energetic blueprint becomes, and you begin to resonate with that which is just waiting for you to find it.
Please leave some feedback on this post. It will help me to fine tune a program that can help others in many ways.
Thanks so much and good luck!