Module 4: Feelings of envy that feed a scarcity mindset

EFT Tapping Points

How to use the audio tap-alongs

The above picture shows the EFT tapping points we will be using. Click the picture to see a larger version. One round of EFT begins with the eyebrow point and ends at the top of the head. You will hear a gentle bell sound when it is time to move to the next tapping point. For example, after tapping on the eyebrow point, you will hear a bell sound which will be your cue to move to the next point – the side of the eye. It is okay if you miss the bell and happen to tap on two or more statements at the same point.

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Transcript:

This tapping sequence is about comparison. Comparison often leads to jealousy. Jealousy weaves directly into a scarcity mindset. Whenever you meet a successful person or their mention comes up, you immediately realize where you are in comparison to them and you feel dejected. You long for their good fortune whether it is their money, their perfect relationship, their appearance, their job or whatever else. This is jealousy.

Research shows that feelings of jealousy are like experiencing physical pain. When jealousy is cleared, you become free to listen to what you really want. Not something you think you should want because others look happy having it. It becomes even more important to address it if we come in regular contact with people we compare ourselves with. The cool thing about this tapping sequence is that it will enable you to clear feelings of comparison and jealousy in almost any area you can think of. So think of someone whose money, relationships, looks, status, abilities or anything for that matter make you feel distinctly uncomfortable, and tap along with me.

Tap on the karate chop while repeating aloud or silently the following set up statements.

Even though it saddens me to see all the goodness coming their way, I am open to turning my feelings of dejection into something positive, even fruitful.

Even though I don’t want to admit that I long for their good fortune, I’m open to listening to my true desires and taking inspired action that will benefit me.

Even though it feels impossible for me to achieve what they already have, I do know that I can make better use of my time by focusing on my success.

Now we will tap on the EFT points starting with the eyebrow point.

Round 1

  1. I feel sad because of them.
  2. I feel dejected because of their perfect life.
  3. Their possessions.
  4. Their influence over people who matter.
  5. They have it easy.
  6. I’m jealous of their reasons to smile.
  7. They look so smug.
  8. They look so comfortable.

Round 2

  1. And here I am, just as worthy, if not more.
  2. And yet, struggling for stability.
  3. Where did they get all the good luck,
  4. and I was left with an empty plate?
  5. Did they eat into mine?
  6. It pains me to see someone having it all.
  7. This longing chips away at me day after day.
  8. I seem to be losing my peace simply by observing theirs.

Round 3

  1. Why them? Why not me?
  2. It is so unfair.
  3. Compared to theirs, my life feels like a punishment.
  4. Like I was passed over for a huge promotion.
  5. Promotion in the game of life.
  6. And someone’s smiling.
  7. It is certainly not me.
  8. I’m so jealous, it hurts.

Round 4

  1. My tears and sadness don’t bring relief.
  2. It’s like something inside of me shrivels
  3. each time I’m reminded of their good fortune.
  4. Part of me withers with each proof of their progress.
  5. This longing for their perfect life is like a slow poison.
  6. The more I long for it,
  7. the more imperfect my own life feels.
  8. In so many ways, I’m really the better person

Round 5

  1. to deserve the good things they have claimed.
  2. How did they get to call the shots?
  3. When I have to beg for mine?
  4. They constantly remind me of what I’m missing.
  5. They constantly remind me of what I should have been.
  6. And not in a good way, but a yearning, dejected kind of way.
  7. I’m tired of congratulating others on their successes.
  8. I’m tired of settling for where I am and where they are.

Round 6

  1. It is hard to take my mind away from their good fortune.
  2. The more I compare, the more I feel threatened.
  3. What if I could remember that there is no end to comparison,
  4. because there is no end to my expectations?
  5. Everyone goes through highs and lows even if they don’t show it.
  6. They look happy to me because I focus on their joys.
  7. What if I could focus on my joys, for a change?
  8. When I look at them by first placing myself at rock bottom,

Round 7

  1. everything about them seems high and mighty by default.
  2. What if I could raise my level of where I place myself?
  3. What if I choose to place myself at a happier vantage point?
  4. From where instead of comparing altitudes, I just enjoy the view?
  5. What if I could focus on living well?
  6. Between the two of us, I guess “I” deserve my attention more.
  7. So every time I think about them, I’ll now turn my attention to me.
  8. I choose to feel inspired.

Round 8

  1. Instead of comparison, I choose aspiration.
  2. This is not a compromise, this is freedom.
  3. I’m no longer limited by wanting to make my life look like theirs.
  4. I choose to do my own thing.
  5. Let me not undermine my own value by comparing.
  6. I’m unique, and beyond comparison.
  7. Let them be what they will be.
  8. I choose to be what I will be.

You may notice that the next time you face the person or are reminded of them in some way, you don’t feel as bothered as before. You can use it as many times as you like, focusing on the same person or different people each time.

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