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Blossom Your Awesome Episode #48 - Emotional Freedom Technique With Theresa Lear Levine

by Sue Dhillon
May 24th 2022
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Blossom Your Awesome Ep 48 Emotional Freedom Technique With Theresa Lear Levine


Theresa Lear Levine is a master EFT practitioner and energy coach. She also works with clients on Fitne... More

Blossom, Your Awesome Podcast, episode # 48 Today on the show, Teresa Lair. Levine is here. Theresa is a master E F. T practitioner and energy coach and she is going to be breaking down the transformative power of the emotional freedom technique. Teresa also works with people to help them remove negative emotional blockages and get rid of those limiting beliefs so they can become more of who they are meant to be. I am so honored and delighted to have Theresa here with us. Theresa, thank you so much. Welcome to the show. Thanks for having me. So I'm so excited to be here and to talk with you, get to know you better and to, to share, oh, I'm so excited to have you here. I want to hear all about your story. So let's get right into it. Tell me how you ended up here getting you know into this line of work.

Okay, I'll try sometimes. I still feel like, I mean the name of my business is called becoming more me and I always feel like it's a process and I'm not really there yet. So I'll say that anything and everything I've ever pursued in my life has been a calling and also something that was propelled by curiosity. I'm an A D H D mind. I'm always thinking always just wondering about things and of course, you know, something to get curious about your like whatever that's, that's enough. I don't need to know more and other things. You just want to eat it all up and for me um things around the mind and the mind body relationship and energy just fascinate me. And I've spent a lot of years doing things with fitness and nutrition and ultimately that led me to realize that a lot of the people that I would work with, including myself weren't ever gonna quite get where they wanted to without going deeper. And that led me to other modalities, visualization, meditation and ultimately my favorite tool in the toolbox, which is E F T and stands for emotional freedom techniques.

And it wasn't that I found it, it kind of found me as a lot of good things do and I have heard of it, I mean it's been around as long as I've been around and a lot of it's based on things that are much, much older, you know, ancient chinese medicine and things that have been around for thousands of years, but when you know, when the student is ready, the teacher appears, and for me it was at a retreat with a bunch of girls that I do business with and are in the same kind of industry and they had a speaker that was there to talk about emotional freedom techniques and although I had seen and heard it used for really, really big things, seemingly big things, you know, war traumas and um you know, major grief and suffering and loss and and then also like really amazing, like positive things like olympic athletes using it, um you know, big time, major league sports players using it and to to make themselves better.

I never really quite understood how much it could apply to me in my, you know, average everyday life, you know, it seemed like it was something for these extremes and when I went to this workshop and we simply applied it to our stress and anxiety just in a basic way and I felt so much better. You know, not only my stress and anxiety felt better, but I was super sick at the time of the workshop and I got to experience one of the coolest things thatI ft has to offer, which is borrowed benefits and I got to experience them on myself. So I'm tapping on one thing FTS called tapping and I'm tapping on my anxiety and my stress and all of a sudden my sinuses are starting to clear and my body is starting to feel less lethargic and tired and all sorts of things are changing. And it was in those, those moments of that retreat that I realized what a powerful modality this was and how there's literally nothing that you can't touch with it and change with it and I mean really change like this has the power to change your genes.

It's that powerful. So yeah, it's once I discovered it in that perspective, I had to just, you know, eat up all the learning and understanding, I went and became a master practitioner very quickly and I have been helping people with that, combined with chakra work, which I know that you're super familiar with as you know, doing Ricky and I just love finding all the ways to help people make the breakthroughs that they need to become more of who they want to be using these combination of tools that have worked so well for me, mm I love that. That's so I mean, so much of what you've just shared right now resonates for me as an energy worker and I know when we kind of go into these modalities, you know, we do start feeling things in our body, like coming up for resolution that happened to me during my reiki training and it was kind of a way of Ricky to affirm for me that it really does work, you know, I had all of this stuff coming up and then it was like, you know, oh wait a minute, uh let me just give myself Ricky, you know, that's what I'm supposed to do with this, like nerve pain or whatever and it's just crazy too because we can be so well trained and so seemingly conscious and yet we miss all the opportunities to work on ourselves that are right in front of our face.

Right? Right? Yeah, it's so crazy, but that's just that's so beautiful now, so were you kind of always, even from the time you were little drawn to like energy work or spirituality or these, this kind of, you know, other worldly stuff, it's a good question and I don't know that it's one that I've ever thought about that far back in that way, but I will say I always, I wanted to be able to have my own opinions and exercise my own ability to choose what I was going to follow when it came to spirituality and religion and beliefs and things. You know, I grew up raised catholic and then my parents got divorced and that's a big no, no in the catholic church and just seeing how you go from, accepted, unacceptable in that light, kind of made me shy away from that, and then I kind of went through other periods where I was exploring all different world religions and trying to figure out where I felt like I landed and, you know, I've I've been I've chosen Judaism in times of my life and I've looked towards buddhism and I've always kind of, I've always kind of felt like there was a connection between me and other other realms and other worlds that seemed more accessible than it did to other people, so maybe not like super clear um stuff, but I felt more connected than when I would talk to other people and hear their their feelings about it and they didn't have that same connection, right?

Um wow, now, talk to us about? So, were you with your kind of epiphany around e f t was that something that you obviously had some kind of blockages and things that you applied to yourself and to your own and then kind of really saw the power of it. Is that of course, yeah, I would never um tout the amazing nous of a technique that hasn't like moved mountains for me. So I definitely applied it to things and of course it's kind of like you said with like having Ricky to use on different things and oh yeah apply that. It's kind of like oh hey Teresa, here's this whole like bag of stuff from your past and the stuff that you're carrying into your present and the stuff that you're worrying about, you know, projecting into the future and here's this tool to clear it? So get to work. Oh wow, I love that, isn't that? And like you said, you know when the student is ready, I so believe that you know the teacher appears and yeah it it all happens kind of in some sort of divine timing, you know or whatever everything in its own time right now tell me, okay, so one of your things is you know this becoming more of me, what let's talk about this like so is this kind of the idea that you know a lot of times we're not living authentically.

Right? So is that where this came from? And was that very much a personal thing that you kind of, we went through and then we're like, okay yeah, there's a part of me that wasn't being all of me or you know, to the fullest and then learning that and teaching other people that for me that becoming more me is acknowledging that I'm already enough. But that there's always more to learn and new ways to grow. It's it's all about becoming more empowered. You know, that process of becoming stronger and more confident and controlling your your life to the extent that one can which is limited and claiming your rights and just feeling into more of who you are and allowing yourself to to be just that mm hmm And how what's the practical tips for doing that? Like someone who's stuck or really you know, kind of lost. How can they tap into that? Well, I like to use emotional freedom technique and I'm happy to explain more of what that is.

You know, a lot of people don't even know what it is and I'm here talking about it in a very casual way. But I like to start with intuition and just getting clear around things because so often, you know, were clouded about the reasons why we don't feel confident or about the self doubt that we have and when we can use um emotional freedom techniques to become more clear and to kind of shine up or uncover the brilliance of our intuition then we can trust ourselves more and ultimately that allows us to make better decisions, it allows us to not be as fearful about being conscious. I mean at the end of the day I think most people are not changing and they're living this groundhog day of whatever it is that they're they don't want over and over again because it feels safer and more familiar than the unknown thing that might happen if they actually got conscious and started to make the changes that would take them where they want to go, okay and now I love what you shared right now, the brilliance of our intuition, I think it's so downplayed right for people who don't tap into that it's kind of just there but we don't exercise it.

So how do we do more of that? Is it just through uh you know what's your philosophy on that? Well I think you need to find more opportunities where you need to trust yourself and lean into them more? I mean intuition a lot of people think is this woo woo thing um A lot of people think that the F. T. Is woo woo too, that it's all science honestly even intuition which is often known as a gut feeling that's because we have these like neuro receptors like in our gut that actually like react when we get a feeling that something is right or that it's not right and really listening to that inner feeling that inner knowing and trusting it but it takes having to apply its situations. You know whether it's you know you're driving sometimes and I'll do this all the time with my kids will be driving somewhere where there's multiple ways that I could go to get there and I'll just be like you know what my inner knowing says that I need to take this road and so that one that I take all the time and I may never get any kind of validation that that decision made a difference.

But I have to learn to trust that inner feeling that I made the right decision. Or I may get some kind of validation. Maybe there was road construction and maybe there was a car accident who knows? But just sometimes our own knowing is knowing that there is not going to be validated. It's just and then there's not even a right or wrong decision to be made in life. It's just trusting more in the decisions that you make and it's that whole in deciding and then committing to it And that's what's so often we get all flippy floppy around or we procrastinate or we self sabotage or we turn around and choose the other thing. And I think intuition goes hand in hand with just some decisiveness and some clarity. Mm I love that that is so beautiful and um so powerful to kind of affirm you know because we are always looking outside of ourselves for validation right? But it's very much there within yep. Absolutely wow that is beautiful. Okay now I want to talk to you about E.

F. T. Break this down for us. I'm like I will say I've heard of it and you know I know it's just like form of tapping but that's all I know right? That's so cool and I'm so excited to share it with you in that case because I know that with your understanding of energy work this is going to blow your mind. Okay blow my mind. Yes. Absolutely because I know I had an understanding with Ricky and everything beforehand and then when I was able to like apply this and overlap it with the chakra system and the whole beautiful engineering of that and use it to like strengthen chakras so that you could easily more easily manifest what you want and everything else. It's like oh that's so cool. So E. F. T. Emotional freedom techniques and a lot of times people call it tapping or E. F. T. Tapping. And it is like I said before totally backed by science. It is this super simple to the point where a lot of people dismiss it because they're like how on earth can talking and tapping parts of my body actually change things but also really remarkable mix of modern psychology and psychotherapy blended with ancient chinese wisdom that's thousands of years old and it can be used to alleviate resolve and totally change the way that you feel about really complicated things.

And the first thing that's necessary to understand is that we possess these invisible channels these meridians in our body through which our life force flows. And when those get blocked um the life force can't circulate freely. So in those cases and there's all sorts of ways that our energy can get blocked. You know and it can manifest emotionally and it can manifest physically also consciously and subconsciously. So there's a lot of ways that we can be blocked and not even realize it. And there's a lot of things like I said they can block us. So like you can have gold trauma that is causing blockages, you can have relationships that have caused blockages. There's spiritual issues and themes that can cause blockages self expression or lack there of emotional trauma. Any kind of physical wounding all of these things can create energetic blockages and that's really just to name a few. And when our energy is blocked we don't feel or function at our best. So any negative feeling, be it physical or emotional can be traced back to a blockage in our energy of some sort.

So the areas that we tapped these meridian points along our body are the same places that if you want to have acupuncture done they might insert needles to release um you know the different things that are happening physically for you in that way we don't need any needles with the F. T. Which is a relief to many. We literally are just using our fingertips to tap different areas. We normally start on the karate chop point on the side of the hand, the top of the head, the inside part of our eyebrow, the outside part, the side of the eye. Under ri all kind of following along that orbital bone of the eye. Under our nose, under our lip are collarbone and then under the arm for us women pretty much with that bra strap goes around the body. And those nine areas are this kind of magical combination which can really be used together to treat anything. We have tons of meridians on our body. And you can tap other places. I'm a big fan of the back of the neck area. And sometimes I will simply just do collarbone tapping.

Um or finger tapping. Those sides of our fingers have these padded areas by the fingernail that are great for releasing things. But those initial nine that I spoke of are there like kind of this magical combo? Because it used to be thought of when they were first developing ft. That you would need a specific algorithm. Like maybe you're tapping a few times in one area and then another. And it's only these certain areas that are prescribed to treat a certain problem that you're up against. And then it was Gary craig who's known as the founder of the F. T. Who realized that we really only needed these certain points and we could work with anything. And that is when the FT became accessible to pretty much anybody because before that when it was roger Callahan that was using these algorithms and teaching people how to do it. It was really expensive And this is back in the 80s and it was about $10,000 an algorithm to have somebody, you know, solve something for you with that. Now it worked great. But it wasn't accessible the way that E. F. T. Is now. And you know, Gary craig has essentially made it a free form of therapy that anybody can can learn and access which is awesome.

So we tap on these points while we are focused in on the negative feeling or emotion that we're having. And we use a setup statement at the beginning. So let's say that you're having a backache or something, you might be tapping on the karate chop point and saying, you know, even though I have this really horrible backache right now, I love accept and forgive myself at the end of the day when we can find real feelings of love, acceptance and forgiveness around something, it completely transforms it now. You might not feel that right off the bat, we might have to get a little bit more genuine and authentic about what we are feeling but we use that setup statement to kind of declare what we're working on and then we tap through those other points on the top of the head down to that side of the body point and really talk about it, what that backache feels like. Does it have a color or a texture in our mind? Where do we feel it? How do we feel it? Does it throb is it stabbing? Is it hot? Is that you know whatever get really specific because TFT loves that loves it when you get really super specific about what you're feeling because then your mind in your body can really come together and release it.

And that's a really tangible thing that we're up onto. Like I love telling people that you're skeptical. Try E. F. T. On something tangible. A headache. Backache uh fear of needles. You know something that when you do it you're going to understand that it worked and I never say if it works because it always works. If you if you're doing it and you're speaking to the issue it is without fail. Its its efficacy is amazing. And the only reason why you don't get results with it is that you haven't pinpointed the root cause so sometimes you peel off a layer. You make a little bit of a shift and then you go in on another aspect and you get further into it. But once you get to the root of what the problem is it's good, it's good to go. So that's kind of the basics of how it works around is when you've done that setup statement and then gone through those points that I explained about three times takes anywhere from three or four minutes to 10 to 15 minutes depending on how elaborate you get about what you're expressing. But that is a super short period of time to resolve things that some people have worked on and talk therapy for years or that take a lot longer otherwise to resolve, wow.

Okay this is so amazing. So now you talked about these nine points to get a little technical, so is there a certain order that we need to do this in or is it just to kind of tap on those points and then be really specific with, you know, and can you give us a little, I'm asking multiple questions here but that and then like a little more specific about how to talk to that, you know like what kind of should we be saying? Absolutely. And I would love, I know I mentioned this to you before we started recording, I'm going to record with you an actual tapping around to show people because I do think that at least for me my A. D. H. D. Brain loves visuals when it's something like this. So if people want to access that when you're listening to the show to really see what this is about, then I would encourage you to just shoot me a quick email, Teresa at Teresa Lear Levine dot com put in blossom. You're awesome as the subject and I will send this recording to you so that you can experience this and see what kind of fun changes might happen, pursue as we tap together.

So um that'll be something available to everybody. But um as far as kind of explaining it, the there are different ways that people teach, learn and understand the ft. Now when I do it with my clients, I tend to start after using the karate chop point to set things up or the sore spot, which is essentially that part on your chest. Like if you were to cover your hand. Like if you live in the United States, if you're doing the pledge of allegiance to kind of cover your heart with your hand and then reach your fingers up a little bit too, that sore spot on your chest, that's the sore spot. So either of those two places that karate chop point on the side of your hand or that sore spot or where you set things up, you set the intention there. And then I would like to start tapping from the top of the head. But a lot of people also like to start the points from the eyebrow. So I do top of head and then eyebrows side of I under, I, under nose, under lip, collarbone and under arm. And I'm tapping each of those places at least 5 to 7 times while I'm on each spot a lot of times for me it's longer because I like to breathe while I'm doing this and I like to thank and I like to really feel into what I'm doing.

So I'm usually not rushed, but if I am, I can go a lot faster, but if you're doing, if you're starting on another place at the eyebrow, then you would just end on the top of the head. So I know a lot of other um popular practitioners will start on the eyebrow, go down through under the arm and then back of the head and then start on the eyebrow again, just as long as you cover them all, it really doesn't matter. It's just easy to do them in sequence because you're kind of working top to bottom and then back up the top and bottom. And for me that makes it kind of a no brainer. Like once, once I had done tapping a few rounds through, it just, it's a natural sequence of things. So, um and then as far as working on the issue, it can be as simple or as detailed as you want it to be. And this is how I think it really works so well for everybody because you can get, you know, certain people that don't really want to describe or talk about things much, maybe they just wanna be up in their head and think about it. And I guess we can just use that that back pain example again, so you can set that up. They don't even though I have back pain, I love accept and forgive myself and do that three times there on the karate chop point and then you would start at the top of the head and you could simply just say all this back pain, this back pain while moving through the points, this back pain, this back pain that I'm feeling, you could be that simple and just go through the points, feel into it as you're saying it.

Like, you don't wanna be like monotonous about it. You wanna be thinking about the pain at least even if you're not saying anything differently, but you could also speak to it in a more detailed way, you know, so angry that my back is hurting right now. It's really preventing me from doing what I want to do today. I can feel it shooting down my right leg. It is hot and a key and burning. It's, you know, describing it, it feels red and angry and inflamed. You know, just really getting into that and just tapping as you as you go through now. By the time you're getting to that third round through, you can either keep it on the negative. Um what I love about FT is that you have to acknowledge negative in order to really resolve it and let it pass and I think that's so important in a world of toxic positivity and um people that like to just try to be like, oh I'm just gonna jump from like feeling like crap too, everything's okay. And we're not intended to make jumps like that. We need to actually feel it for real. And E. F. T. Allows that genuine authentic feeling to come to you instead of you trying to force it or feel it when it's not there.

So we relieve the negative. And then if by that third time around, you're maybe feeling like things are getting a little lighter for you emotionally or physically, you can start to speak a little bit more affirming lee or positively towards that what you're working on. And maybe you're saying things like, oh my even though my back hurts so much, I'm open to the possibility that it can feel better. You know? Um I'm feeling a little better already. Um Maybe tomorrow, it's not going to hurt this much. I'm open to this not having to be part of my the way I feel on a daily basis, that kind of thing. And just kind of opening the door to a different reality and a different outcome what you really want to happen. And speaking to that. And then I'm losing you for a second here Theresa and that before you started tapping around, you always want to rate, I like to just use 0 to 10 as a scale subjective units of distress, whatever it is that you're tapping on.

So if it's back pain, if it's really, really horrible back pain, maybe it's a 10. If your back doesn't hurt at all, then it'll be a zero and rate it to begin with and then come back to it afterwards and rate it again. And it's incredibly important because we don't like to really believe that we're as empowered and powerful as we are. And a lot of times people will make huge shifts and sometimes it's just a point or two. But sometimes people can go from a 10 to 0 in around and they dismiss it and think, oh well maybe my back really didn't hurt that much because, you know, there's no way that I just Changed how I feel that much in five minutes, but you did and it's important to accept that level of, you know, being empowered so that you can create more of it. Hmm, wow. Oh my God, this sounds so amazing. And I love, you know, we both know that some of the most powerful modalities are astoundingly simple, right? So I can see how people would be like, okay, there's no way this is going to work because that just so simple but that she loved to make things hard on ourselves, right complicated, create more work for ourselves.

I think you mentioned that before we started recording. I I think it's always like sometimes it's just kind of taking that breather and realizing, okay, it's a 123 step process and it's actually not that complicated. So wow that's amazing. And now really quick something you said here are toxic positivity that talk to us a little bit about this. Well I mean I just feel like so often in this day and age were expected to kind of transverse the area between feeling like crap and feeling good again with just like I don't know, a snap of the fingers or a wave of a wand or something and we're not really it doesn't happen that way and it doesn't feel good to dismiss the way that we're feeling or to not acknowledge it and okay. It's just it's it's this excessive and ineffective over generalization of what it means to be happy and optimistic across the board and yeah it's it's denial of the authentic human experience which sometimes has things that don't feel good and aren't fun and we don't want to deal with.

Mm hmm. Okay. And now let's talk about. So you are also an A. D. H. D. And anxiety advocate. So is this something you personally suffered from or how did this kind of come into play for you and how are you helping people with this today? For sure. So I have had what I guess um I always thought it was just kind of like a generalized anxiety for a while and you know come to realize um it's more of a high functioning anxiety that I tend to have and so do a lot of the the women that I help. So a lot of times my anxiety propels my success, but it doesn't necessarily feel good while I'm doing it. You know, I can I can kind of dial things in and use it for a greater good, but I'd really rather feel good while I'm doing things, which is what I've learned to do more of. And high functioning anxiety comes with a lot of over thinking and just that that brain that doesn't turn off and so does A.

D. H. D. Which I have, I was only officially diagnosed last year, but I have never had a doubt in my mind that um it was going on for me, you know, and I have I've got four Children, four boys and everyone that's old enough to be diagnosed, has it too, so I'm pretty sure I know where they got it. Um But you know, it can it can lead to a lot of self doubt and over analyzing yourself and overthinking and that's all stuff that I've used DFT to help with and then, you know, I have my own bag of of past traumas also and things that I've been through and been able to level up with using these techniques. So I do think that it's important to have, use something to help yourself in order to be able to understand how to maybe apply it for somebody else knowing that you know everybody's situation is different anyway but I wouldn't want to like kind of like a. F. T. I wouldn't want to try to help somebody with this if I hadn't actually had results and help myself with it. Mm Okay and now so you get people coming to you and are they um how many of them are just like a little um you know reserved or uh kind of you know not really believing in stuff but open to the possibility.

And then it's kind of like does it happen for people at times like way quicker than they would imagine or you know that resistance has got to kind of slow down the process of healing right to A. Level or. Yeah I feel like most of the people that come to me specifically have already been pretty well immersed in different forms of therapy or personal development and for the most part they feel stuck, they feel like they know a lot but it's not helping them to take the action that they need to feel differently. And so they're open to this modality that can really help to connect the mind and body and get you breaking through those areas where you used to like to self sabotage or procrastinate or whatever else. And I don't find that most people are coming to me to work with me if they're feeling resistant to doing E.

F. T. Because I'm definitely not here to sell anybody on it. You know it's like if I know it works and I know it can work for anybody but I do feel like belief helps. I mean it's not necessary for a hefty because it's a scientific process. You can actually not believe in it at all and if you're applying it right it's still going to make the change for you. But I'd rather not work with people that don't believe. I love that. That was kind of a I don't know what that question was but I was curious like because I love seeing people who are open but they're you know they don't really know or understand the power of it. But there's a little resistance or hesitation in really you know but that comes as they kind of learn and receive that. I think what's more common is that people come to me knowing that there's this powerful modality and wanting to apply it to one thing. Um for instance one of my clients and many of my clients actually but this one in particular that I'm thinking of came to me for fear of flying.

So she just wanted to work with me for you know that the session is necessary to take care of this before a trip. And in doing that she realized how much more we could work on with this and make changes with because even in just working through the fear of flying we were able to resolve all sorts of past traumas and um ways that she had been self sabotaging and common other anxieties that she was dealing with. And that I think exposed the power more to her in the way that you know she's like okay well sign me up for like a year because I mean I have got so much stuff that I want to apply this to and I want your help doing it. So that's um that's more common is that people think they just have this one thing and then they either realized there's more junk in the trunk than they realized. Or they just realized what a powerful way this is. To get conscious without it being scary and be able to become that next version of you Without feeling like you're losing something.

You know I mean we're also ingrained in routine and habits and they say like by the time we're 35 that we're pretty much on autopilot. You know? There's so much that we do in our day to day that we're not conscious of. And then if we were just to get a little bit more aware or to literally change the habits that we have that make us the person that we are right now then everything can change. And E. F. T exposes a little bit of that consciousness each and every time that you do it and you really can start breaking some patterns and and changing and not being traumatized by doing it. Mm wow I love that because it's just everything is kind of layered upon itself. Right? We have I mean I did a so I don't know if you're familiar with landmark but some of this philosophy is kind of based in that where we have you know trauma that like things being bullied as a kid and you think okay That was 30 years ago, I'm over that you don't think about it but you don't realize how that's kind of shaped you and it becomes a layer upon, layer upon layer.

Well not even how it's shaped you but how it is you like it has become the way that you are in the present moment and you are not even conscious of it and all those things that we think like oh it's just this memory or it's this thing that happened. Well as long as it has emotional charge it is taking from what you're capable of being and how you're capable of feeling right now every single day. So E. F. T. And the type of therapy and coaching that I do take that emotional charge out of those bothersome memories in those types of situations. Because when you take that emotional charge out then it's just wisdom. It's just knowing it's not an emotional charge that's eating you up and stealing from your resources every day and that has power that it's hard to put into words. Oh my god wow like I need to start tapping a sap. This is so amazing.

Um Okay now you have been so amazing Theresa. I would love at some point for us to even circle back and go deeper with some of this. Sometimes a part two it's necessary. Yes it is because it's just it is so technical in but so powerful. I'm just wow this is amazing. Now in closing. Well first of all I want to thank you for all of your insights and wisdom. You've been awesome. I'm going to have links to all your stuff. We are going to have um some of that guidance on video for people who want to access that so they can kind of clearly see how to do that. Um In closing what is your message to people? What's some wisdom or a message or insight you would like to leave people with? Oh that's a big question. So I don't know if I've got the I don't know if I have what's left there to to fill that out. But um let me give it a shot. Um This is part of the A.

D. H. D. Mind. It's not wanting to miss something. It's the same thing when somebody asked me like what's your favorite cookie and I'm like I do not want to answer this question. No one have to commit to one answer. Um But I would just say that the your dreams are not ever out of reach. The ability to feel like you're fulfilling your purpose and living the life that you were destined to live is there for you. Whether you're you know super young or whether you're aging and feeling like time is slipping away. It is always there for you and through consciousness and through you know, understanding our energy system and even the law of attraction which I'm also super passionate about and didn't talk about it all today. But true believer in that science as well. It's it's never out of reach to be able to actually bring your dreams down from that. You know, very very seventh chakra area of being a great idea into physical reality in the lower parts of our energy system and that with tools like E.

F. T. You can get out of your way throughout the entire process and anything truly is possible. Mm Oh my God, I love that. That is so awesome. And I just feel so inspired and um touched with all of your insights. You've been so amazing and I can't wait. Thank you so much for having me. You know, I also um if your listeners want to tap more with video or understand more, um I'll leave them with this. Also I have an awesome like e book that they can get that has video tapping in it. It has a quiz to determine your own emotional freedom. All sorts of awesome like five minutes or less resources. Which is like all any of us have time for these days anyway. And you can find that by going to Teresa's free gift dot com. So I know you'll have that link to but Teresa's T H E R E S A S free gift dot com and I will be happy to send that out and share that resource because it's just a great way to start understanding how this applies to you, wow I love that.

And I just love um you really seeing the power of it and wanting to help people like you sincerely want to get this out there and um have people tap into this powerful just modality. It's so amazing Teresa. Nothing feels better than watching somebody else transform and seeing them just fly with us. Mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm. I love that. And you're so awesome for the work you do and you're such a light And I just thank you so much. Thank you for spreading your light and your knowledge to I love listening to your show and I love what you provide for us. Oh thank you so much. Thank you mm hmm.

Blossom Your Awesome Episode #48 - Emotional Freedom Technique With Theresa Lear Levine
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