Imagine one of your early lifetimes you were pressed to the ground and raped. It created such a resentment in you that you vowed to avoid being a helpless woman again. Because of that conviction, you spend lifetime after lifetime romanticizing the battle, worshiping the male experience and believing that the female experience was inferior.
It caused you to disassociate from your more subtle senses, store issues in your nervous system and hold your body in the numbing state of “conquer mode”. How would you get your balance back? The understanding and taps that were shared on this session can help anyone who identifies too strongly with war and martyrdom.
Release such things as identifying with the crucifixion of Jesus, reliving the trauma of an execution that plays out in shyness, and wearing out your present body by reliving past life trauma consecutively. At the same time, learn how to share the taps with others and many of the ways they will sabotage their own release of past issues.
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 the compulsion to fight; in all moments
We release glamorizing the battle; in all moments
We release confusing our spirituality with going to battle; in all moments
We release the belief our female energy is weak; in all moments
We release the fear of being vulnerable; in all moments
We release the propensity to fight from my parasympathetic nervous system; in all moments
We release the infighting between my sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system; in all moments
We release the genetic propensity to fight; in all moments
We remove the genetic propensity for neurological issues; in all moments
We remove all issues stored in our endocrine system; in all moments
We remove all issues stored in our nervous system; in all moments
We extract all foreign energies and issues from our skeletal system; in all moments
We release taking on the crucifixion of Jesus; in all moments
We recant our vow of martyrdom; in all moments
We release perpetuating the suffering of Jesus; in all moments
We release magnifying the suffering of Jesus and poring it into the collective; in all moments
We extract all engrams of the Crucifixion of Jesus from the collective; in all moments