What if a sister gave you such an amazing altruistic gift that you were forced to be indebted to her? What if she carried your baby for you? This sounds like a wonderful relationship. But what if that same sister, showed up in all your past lifetimes as the prison warden, the double agent, the guard to the refugee camp? What if this person had given you such an incredible gift in this life because they needed to work off their large debt to you? They simply owed you.
But to all those around you who don’t share your history, she shows up as a wonderful person. To have to be grateful and indebted to someone that you know to be your enemy is the ultimate prison. So, what this person can’t subject her to physically, she can subject her to psychologically.
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 feeling beholden to the enemy; in all moments
We release being trapped by the enemy; in all moments
We release the belief that we are beholden to the enemy; in all moments
We release being beholden to the enemy; in all moments
We release all façade; in all moments
We release the need to keep up appearances. In all moments
We release caring what others think; in all moments
We release keeping ourselves in prison; in all moments
We release being toyed with; in all moments
We release all obligation to the enemy; in all moments
We protect the sanctity of the self; in all moments
We give the self permission to be free; in all moments
We are centered and empowered in the sovereignty of the self; in all moments