Posted by: Mildred's eftedmonton Blog | March 22, 2020

COVID-19 Tapping Phrases

Here are some COVID tapping phrases that may apply to your situation. My suggestion is to copy and paste the phrases to another document, then check off the relevant sentences that apply to your situation and tap through them, using short-cut EFT.

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◦ Even though I’m feeling anxiety about so many things right now, I accept myself.

◦ Even though I may have been laid off from work, I accept myself.

◦ Even though I may have had to lay my workers off, I accept myself.

◦ Even though my revenue has dried up, I accept myself.

◦ Even though I’m worried about paying my bills, I accept myself.

◦ Even though I’m worried about what this might mean in the long run, I accept myself.

◦ Even though I can’t pay my rent, I accept myself.

◦ Even though I can’t see how this can end well, I accept myself.

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◦ Even though I can’t see some of the people I want to spend time with right now, I accept myself.

◦ Even though I really miss in-person social interaction, I accept myself.

◦ Even though I’m really missing being out in the world and doing things I used to do, I accept myself.

◦ Even though the death rate for people who get this virus is so high, I accept myself.

◦ Even though everything is confusing and up in the air right now, I accept myself.

◦ Even though it’s difficult to use social media to visit or have meetings with each other, I accept myself.

◦ Even though I miss going out to events that I used to go to, I accept myself.

◦ Even though there is so much disruption and stress in my life, I accept myself.

◦ Even though I feel like I’m falling through the cracks when government aid is provided, I accept myself.

◦ Even though I’m part of the gig economy, and there seems to be no help for me, I accept myself anyway.

◦ Even though my family and friends are not yet taking proper precautions to prevent transmission of COVID-19, I accept myself.

◦ Even though I’m sick and I may have COVID-19, and I can’t afford extra costs like ordering food in, I accept myself.

◦ Even though I have a high fever, shaky, dry cough and I’m worried I might have COVID-19, I accept myself.

◦ Even though the hospital parking lot is practically empty, I accept myself.

◦ Even though I can’t go out to buy food I accept myself.

◦ Even though life seems very difficult right now, I accept myself.

◦ Even though I’ve been laid off, I accept myself.

◦ Even though as a student I’ve had to stay home from university for over a week, I accept myself.

◦ Even though my case is unique, I accept myself.

◦ Even though as a landlord, I depend on my rent to live and my tenants are unemployed, I accept myself.

◦ Even though it’s difficult to pay my mortgage/rent/ other bills, I accept myself anyway.

◦ Even though I may have a lung condition, an autoimmune condition or other health conditions that puts me me at extra risk in getting this disease, I accept myself.

◦ Even though social distancing is so difficult for me, I accept myself.

◦ Even though using telephones and computers to make social contact is not the same as in person contact, I accept myself.

◦ Even though my job depends on touring or tourism, I accept myself.

◦ Even though there is no foreseeable end to this crisis, I accept myself.

◦ Even though emergency government help may not help my situation, I accept myself.

◦ Even though it seems impossible to not touch my face, I accept myself.

◦ Even though I believed posts on Facebook and in the news that told me not to take COVID-19 seriously, I accept myself and I forgive those who are ignorant and pass their ignorance onto others.

◦ Even though I think a loved one may have COVID-19, and we can’t get a test, I accept myself.

◦ Even though I’m out of toilet paper and there is no more in the stores, I accept myself.

◦ Even though the food banks are out of food right now, I accept myself.

◦ Even though the kids at home are driving me crazy, I accept myself.

◦ Even though I am not confident in my abilities as a home schooler, I accept myself.

◦ Even though I’m not sure I can hold out very long, I accept myself.

◦ Even though my stocks and my retirement savings have tanked for the moment, I accept myself.

◦ Even though I’m worried about things I can’t control, I accept myself.

◦ Even though I’m worried about my livelihood and maybe also my life, I accept myself.

◦ Even though many people have not taken this virus seriously and have put others lives in danger, I accept myself.

◦ Even though I feel so helpless, hopeless, and overwhelmed, I accept myself.

◦ Even though some of us have to work and can’t wait this out at home due to the nature of our work, I accept myself.

◦ Even though I may feel angry about my situation, I accept myself anyway.

◦ Even though social media and the news are causing so much fear and confusion and I don’t know what to believe, I accept myself.

Even though I’m concerned about vulnerable people in my family and social circle, I accept myself.

Even though I don’t know how our government is going to pay for all the emergency measures it is taking and will take, I accept myself.

Even though this coronavirus is taking up so much of my mental energy, I accept myself anyway. I’m doing the best I can do. I choose to remain calm and keep myself and my family as isolated and safe as possible under these trying circumstances.

Keep tapping everyone, and stay safe. Do what you need to do to survive this crisis and remember that we will get through this. Stay strong for the sake of those you care about and who love you.


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