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I have an exciting tap-along for you that’s going to help you feel more empowered and more hopeful that you’ll overcome your social anxiety.
Hey, my name is Sebastiaan, from social-anxiety-solutions.com.
You might be aware of the fact that I’ve been promoting my Social Confidence Club quite extensively with video testimonials and so on. And we’ve closed registrations. It’s going to be closed for the rest of the year.
But as one of the first videos of the Social Confidence Club, I created a little tap along to help people feel even more optimistic than they already were. And I thought, “hey, that would be a nice video tap-along to do for my YouTube channel as well.”
It’s edited. You don’t get the little preamble because I talked about the five stages and how we’re going to work through that, and I set things up, but you don’t get that.
You don’t get that intro because it doesn’t apply to you, per se. And then there’s a little outro, which you also don’t see.
So, you just get the tap-along portion of it. Without further ado, let’s go.
Let’s just start tapping on the side of your hand. And just close your eyes for a second to start. And while you’ve got your eyes closed, just listen to the sound of my voice.
And I know that at this moment, you’re already aware of the fact that you can change.
But there is still a part of you that might still believe it’s not possible or it’s difficult that you won’t get there, it’s too hard to believe, maybe you don’t deserve it, etc.
There’s kind of like two parts you: one part of you that feels quite hopeful, optimistic, maybe even excited; and another part of you that’s having some doubt.
And I want you to connect with that part of you that’s having some doubt, and it’s okay for that part to be there.
It’s totally alright.
Just allow that part to be there.
That part of you is actually looking out for you. It doesn’t want you to get disappointed, or it doesn’t want you to get upset. And we’re going to be doing a bit of tapping.
I want you to check-in with that part and see how strong that doubt is, how strong that worry is that you won’t overcome it, or that fear maybe even.
Just rate it on a scale of 0 to 10. And then, just open your eyes and follow along with me.
Repeat after me out loud. Say what I say, repeat what I say, tap where I tap monkey see monkey do. Easy. Alright.
Even though I feel pretty optimistic about this
I think I can overcome my Social Anxiety
Or at least I’m hopeful
There’s also a part of me that’s not so hopeful
That is doubting
And I want to accept both parts of me
Or at least try to accept both parts of me
Beginning of the eyebrows – I’m really hopeful
Side of the eyes – No, I’m not
Under the eyes – Yes, I am
Under the nose – I can really overcome this
Chin – No, I can’t
Collarbone – Yes, I can!
Under the arms – Who am I kidding? This is too difficult!
On the liver point – Others have done it too.
On the wrist point – But they weren’t as messed up as me.
Top of the head – But tapping really works!
Beginning of the eyebrows – What if it doesn’t work for me?
Side of the eyes – What if I’m one of these tough cases?
Under the eyes – And do I really deserve to be socially at ease?
Under the nose – Sounds too good to be true
Chin – But I got to stay optimistic!
Collarbone – I have to be positive
Under the arms – But I do acknowledge that there’s a part of me that has some doubt
On the liver point – And it’s okay to have doubt.
Wrist point – That part is just trying to take care of me.
Top of the head – To make sure that I don’t get hurt
On the beginning of the eyebrows – So I choose to accept every part of me
On the side of the eyes – There’s a part of me that has some doubt
Under the eyes – And I’m making that okay
Under the nose – Because even though a part of me is a bit doubtful
Chin – There’s another part of me that’s more optimistic
Collarbone – And I’m going to let that part of me run the show.
Under the arms – I’m going to give space that a part of me that’s doubtful.
Liver point – And move forward anyway
Wrist point – And I can gather some results for myself
Top of the head – And present it to the doubtful part of me
Beginning of the eyebrows – And I also want to let this doubtful part of me know
Side of the eyes – That it might take some time
Under the eyes – That it won’t happen instantly.
Under the nose – But I’m committed to the journey to social ease.
Chin – And that commitment keeps me going
Collarbone – And results will motivate and inspire me.
Under the arms – And tapping really does work.
On the liver point – It’s scientifically proven to be effective.
Wrist point – Lots of other people have gotten great results with it.
On the top of the head – And the things I tried in the past
Beginning of the eyebrows – Are completely different than what I’m doing right now.
On the side of the eyes – And I don’t have to go at it alone anymore
Under the eyes – I’m now supported on my journey.
Under the nose – There are lots of people with this challenge that I have.
Chin – And it’s a challenge that I have
Collarbone – It’s not what I am.
Under the arms – I have a challenge.
Liver point – And now I’m working on that challenge.
Wrist point – I wasn’t born with Social Anxiety
Top of the head – I learned this…
Beginning of the eyebrows – through programming and experiences…painful ones
Side of the eyes – My brain learned to see threat!
Under the eyes – And I can neutralize those experiences with tapping.
Under the nose – I can undo that programming.
Chin – I can shift my beliefs
Collarbone – And I don’t have to do it alone anymore.
Under the arms – This time I’m guided along the journey.
Liver point – I think, I might be able to do this
Wrist point – There’s accountability in place. And it’s not that hard to do this a couple of times a week.
Top of the head – I got this. And even if I have some doubt, I choose to show up and take action anyway.
Deep breath. Relax. Very good.
Alright. I hope that was helpful for you.
Here’s what I want you to do right now put in the comment section below how you’re feeling after having tapped along with this.
And I’ll be there in the comment section with you.
Alright, looking forward to hearing from you. And I’ll connect with you very soon. Bye for now.