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New Years Resolutions

[Posted January 5th, 2012] by KimRuchAlegant

Anyone made resolutions? I used to, but I’ve decided I like the word “intentions” better. It seems to me that it is easier to keep an intention, and easier to get back to it if I slip. When you slip from a resolution, sometimes the thought process is “Well, I blew that one. Might as well give up.” I don’t want to have those thoughts, so I’m intending.

But sometimes maybe we fail at our resolutions because we set ourselves up for failure by expecting it. What if those expectations could be released? Let’s do some tapping:

Karate Chop: Even though I’m afraid I’ll fail at my resolutions, I deeply and completely accept myself. Even though I don’t was to fail again, I accept who I am and how I feel. Even though I’m scared, I love and accept myself anyway.

Eyebrow: I don’t want to fail
Side of the Eye: Why do I bother making resolutions?
Under the Eye: I never keep them anyway
Under Nose: It’s just another way to beat myself up
Chin: What if this year was different?
Collarbone: Who am I kidding?
Under Arm: It’s never different
Top of Head: I make a resolution and break it

Eyebrow: I’m such a failure
Side of the Eye: It’s just something else to fail at
Under the Eye: I’m tired of this
Under Nose: I’m ready to make a change
Chin: I want to succeed
Collarbone: But I’m not going to
Under Arm: Why do I keep talking to myself this way?
Top of Head: I really am ready to make a change

Karate Chop: Even though it feels scary, I’m ready to make a change. Even though I’ve never succeeded before, there’s a first time for everything! Even though it hasn’t worked before, this time, I choose to make it work

Eyebrow: I’m ready to follow through on my resolutions!
Side of the Eye: It’s fun having something to look forward to
Under the Eye: I love knowing that even if I fall off the horse, I can forgive myself and get back on
Under Nose: I’m ready to make changes this year
Chin: I know things will get better for me this year
Collarbone: I can relax into this, and enjoy my progess
Under Arm: I love knowing I am in charge of my life
Top of Head: This is my life, and I’m making it great!

So, be kind to yourself. One step backwards does not have to mean complete failure. Only if you let it be so. Choosing to have it be different will make all the difference!

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