Shame and self-admonishment are such a topical energy. I can see when someone is wearing shame. In this session, the client was a very attractive woman. But there was a heavy layer of undesirable energy that showed up around her face. She was teased as a child for a particular issue. It made herself conscious and introverted.
This teasing was an engram of past lives where she got admonished for personal issues that should not have had attention on them. In one past life she was a chubby child before the process of puberty slimmed out her body weight. She was shamed for that. In another life she was admonished by a priest for masturbating when she was in a male body.
In another lifetime, she lived in a small town and was beaten up and killed for being different. Perhaps gay. In her past lifetimes, a lot of shame was inflicted on her for her sexuality. This shame and self-derision carried over without the reference point to realize the cause. Realizing that the self-admonishment was done to herself out of habit made it easier to address.
In this lifetime, she had a sense of her androgyny. It was through releasing all the trauma of past engrams, and programming self -oathing into the cells of this life, that she was able to be more comfortable in her skin.
Readers might like to experience the SFT taps for themselves …
Say each statement three times while tapping on the top of your head, a fourth time while tapping on your chest, and a fifth time while tapping on your abdomen.
We release programing our cells to feel ugly; in all moments
We release programming our cells to feel stupid; in all moments
We release programming our cells that they are fat; in all moments
We release admonishing our cells; in all moments
We remove all the burden we have put on our cells; in all moments
We remove all the shame from our beingness; in all moments
We release all the limitations of labels; in all moments
We release all the hate and anger that others have put on me; in all moments
We release believing those that inflict pain; in all moments
We release the trauma of coming out; in all moments
We release the need to come out; in all moments
We release being ostracized for our differences; in all moments
We release hiding our splendor; in all moments
We unfurl our energy; in all moments
We expound into the moment; in all moments
We are centered and empowered in the magnitude of our splendor; in all moments