During this tapping, we’re going to come out with our true feelings about our body. So if there is extra fat somewhere, we will be acknowledging our feelings around that. It will be emotionally uncomfortable, but tapping alongside will create a healing environment. This kind of tapping is the first step toward acceptance, healing and weight loss.
For this module, it is ideal if you could stand in front of a mirror. Clothes on or off, depending on your comfort level. Seeing your specific body parts that hold the extra weight helps bring up the emotional intensity and makes tapping more effective.
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Even though I feel ashamed and dejected because of my weight, I accept myself for feeling this way.
Even though I feel defeated every time I look in the mirror, I want to learn how to get past my own judgment of me so I can help my body better.
Even though it breaks my heart to see so much fat everywhere on my body, and it just won’t budge, still, I deeply and completely love, accept and appreciate myself.
Eyebrow Look at me!
Side of the eye Look at that fat!
Under the eye There, I’ve said it, I’m fat.
Under the nose I don’t like what I see.
Chin I feel ugly.
Collar bone I don’t even recognize myself anymore.
Under the arm I have got so used to being this out of shape person.
Top of the head It breaks my heart to see myself looking like this.
Eyebrow I try so hard to be confident.
Side of the eye One look in the mirror shatters my confidence.
Under the eye Looking at my body fills me with shame.
Under the nose All I see is cellulite, a lumpy, bumpy skin, and stretch marks.
Chin This loose skin.
Collar bone This cellulite.
Under the arm This bulging fat.
Top of the head This fat spills out of my clothes.
Eyebrow This is hopeless.
Side of the eye It is in my genes.
Under the eye I feel fat.
Under the nose I am fat.
Chin I am disgusted by all this fat.
Collar bone I keep trying to hold it all in.
Under the arm So much weight.
Top of the head All this fat I have to lug around day in day out.
Eyebrow My chubby cheeks.
Side of the eye My double chin.
Under the eye My thick arms.
Under the nose My puffy hands.
Chin My jiggly belly.
Collar bone These rolls of fat around my torso.
Under the arm This fat bulges out of my sides.
Top of the head Love handles? Who am I kidding?
Eyebrow These are rolls of fat.
Side of the eye These stretch marks.
Under the eye My ever widening waist.
Under the nose My huge flabby butt.
Chin My thunder thighs.
Collar bone My poor knees.
Under the arm My chunky calves.
Top of the head My wide, puffy feet.
Eyebrow I feel fat everywhere.
Side of the eye I feel trapped in layers of fat.
Under the eye My body feels like a fat suit sewn on me.
Under the nose I hate how I look with all this weight.
Chin I’m always looking at myself through the eyes of a hater.
Collar bone I wonder how long I should keep beating up on myself.
Under the arm I am tired of cutting a sorry figure all the time.
Top of the head I’m tired of insulting my body every time I look in the mirror.