One of the snippets that is used a lot in the EFT tapping scripts on this blog is, ‘without judgment’, which is mostly seen at the end of: I love and accept myself without judgment.
Allowing your inner child to heal lets you love and accept yourself more and more each day. Yet, while you are transforming resistance and modifying your self-sabotaging behaviors, the catchphrase ‘without judgment’ has a tendency to stir the pot, simply because it is associated with other people’s opinions and beliefs about you. And as such, your inner critic then replays their judgments of you in your own mind, constantly beating you up and belittling you versus bestowing you with inner peace.
When you use EFT, it easily quiets down your inner critic and swiftly neutralizes any and all words that trigger suppressed memories and painful emotions that cause you to reach for food.
On Your Weight Loss Discovery Journey, you’ve come to see that your sense of self can never be defined by another person. Yes, they can certainly give you their ideas and opinions, yet that is not who you truly are. Because you have given yourself permission to acquire incredible clarity about what makes you tick and who pushes your buttons, you have gotten to the heart of the platter. Those inner awakenings have safely and easily shifted the negative perceptions you have of yourself.
Learning to let go of the judgments and unsolicited feedback imposed by people in your life means you are willing to also let go of the conditions or hurdles you need to jump over to be accepted and to earn the time, love, and attention of others. This, in turn, creates the space necessary for you to easily discard your self-judgment, when it surfaces. It’s almost as if you were taking off a piece of clothing that no longer suits, so you can keep on a trajectory towards loving and accepting yourself from the deepest part of your being. The transformation occurring in your mind is a reorganization of the way you perceive yourself and is a genuine, life-altering, heartfelt reminder to be kinder and gentler with yourself.