What a fortunate little girl whose mother is open minded enough to bring her daughter to a dynamic healer for a private session. What a fortunate opportunity for the viewer to be able to watch this video and perhaps see their own issues with their children addressed.
At the beginning of this video, the girl is so mad she looks like an angry bird character to me. She is so cute as she is very demonstrative with her frustration. Me seeming amused merely frustrates her further. I know that. It must seem very invalidating to her until it is not. I explain to her that I can take her “mad” away. It surprises her. She gets a response she is not used to. She perks up immediately as I make the angry noises and tell her what part of her body it is coming from. Her demeanor quickly changes from anger, to surprise, to participation.
How validating it must be for a child to have me hold her parents accountable for all the transgressions that the child has been harboring inside. These include not being heard, mom taking her brother’s side, not seeing what she puts up with regarding the brother, being told what to do without feeling she has a voice day after day.
Seeing her mother cry in regard to the issues that she has internalized is a quick way to bring out the loving, cooperative child that has been sulking into an isolation. What a great way to prevent losing your child to the difficult phase of puberty. This little girl started coaching her mother on how to phrase the taps correctly. She even defended family members to me after she got the validation that she so desperately was craving.
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 invalidating one child in regards to another; in all moments
We release setting the children up to resent each other; in all moments
We release holding one child accountable for the other; in all moments
We release making a child feel trapped in the family dynamics; in all moments
We remove all blind spots in regards to our children; in all moments
We thwart all behavior that appears to our children as favoritism of another child; in all moments
We release expecting our children to reason as an adult; in all moments
We release playing the victim to our children; in all moments
We release allowing our vulnerabilities to show up as weakness to our children; in all moments
We release conveying incompetence as a parent to our children; in all moments
We release being wishy washy to our children; in all moments
We release being inflexible and unreasonable in regards to our children’s concerns; in all moments