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KC:   Even though my eyes have been under stress, I believe that they can feel better.

KC:   Even though sometimes I feel frustrated with my eyes, I’m going to relax a little

                 and start to feel better about it all.

KC:   Even though I’ve been worried about my eyes, I am going to trust that they are ok.


EB:    I wonder what it would feel like to see clearly and have healthy eyes?

SE:    I’m open to finding out what that would be like.

UE:   My eyes are very flexible and fluid.

UN:   My eyes know how to see clearly, they’ve done it before!

CH:   I’m ready to try something new.

CB:   I’m ready for a new relationship with my eyes.

UA:  It’s natural for me to see clearly.

TH:   I love and appreciate my eyes!


Take a deep breath.



           by Eleanore Duyndam  TheTappingSolution.com/2013tappingworldsummit


KC:   Even though my eyes are feeling stressed and I don’t know why, I still deeply and       

              completely love and accept myself.

KC:   Even though my eyes have something to say to me and I haven’t been listening,

               I’m listening now.

KC:   Even though I have unconscious tension that I’m holding in my eyes, I’m becoming

                aware of it now.


EB:   All this tension I’ve been holding in my eyes

SE:   I can feel it; my eyes feel heavy.

UE:   All these unconscious fears that are making my eyes feel tense.

UN:   I’m becoming aware of my eyes and how they feel.

CH:   All this pressure!

UA:   I’m giving my eyes and myself a break.

TH:   I’m taking care of myself by paying attention to my eyes.


Take a deep breath.


IDENTITY  by Eleanore Duyndam



KC:   Even though I’m not sure who I would be if I didn’t need glasses, and that scares me,

                 I deeply accept myself and my fears.

KC:   Even though everyone in my family wears glasses, I wonder if it’s all right for me

                  to be different.

KC:   Even though I feel safer hiding behind my eyeglasses, I deeply and completely love

                   and accept myself.


EB:   I’m not so sure that I want to improve my eyesight.

SE:   It might feel strange.

UE:   I need my eyeglasses they comfort me.

UN:   I’m afraid I will feel lost and vulnerable if I’m not wearing glasses.

CH:   I really like my glasses;  I don’t want to get rid of them!

CB:   They look good on me;  they make me look intelligent!

UA:   I think I’ll keep them, after all!

TH:   It’s ok for me to keep wearing my eyeglasses or contacts.  I’ve done fine with them.


EB:   I wonder who I would be without my eyeglasses?

SE:   I wonder what I might do if I could see clearly.

UE:   I might make some changes to my life

UN:  ... and that might upset people close to me.

CH:   But that’s ok, people can adjust.

CB:   Maybe it’s time for me to do what’s right for ME!

UA:   I think I might like the new me.

TH:   I’m ready to experience new things.


Take a deep breath.






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