Last night some idiots damaged our gate. It looks like they crow barred the thing upwards. Because when B left for work the thing started opening at an angle.So while I was sitting at home waiting for the repair guys and then waiting for them to fix it, I was online watching some EFT videos and listening to some audios too. I love being on holiday. It gives me a chance to read my inbox properly.
In any case, I have been super sensitive to everything related to the thyroid lately, and have come up with some plans to tap on this problem.I got the first idea from Emma Roberts. Listen to this, she is quite good talking about Fertility and EFT. She gets her clients to visualize their insides. Go inside your reproductive organs and do what needs to be done. Need better implantation? Get some cuddly toys. Need to unblock tubes? Imagine yourself with a hose. Now, of course I prefer getting my doctor to laser off endometriosis rather than just imagine it happening, but she makes a point: half our battle is in the mind. And it really helps to visualize things being healthy and ready to make a child.
She also suggests those with high FSH say:
“Even though I have a FSH of …, I’m choosing for it to be….” (depending on the figure you want).
Which gave me the idea: “Even though I have a TSH of 4.67, I’m choosing for it to be a 1.” And while we’re at it: “Even though my antiphospholipid antibodies are there inside me wanting to destroy a fetus, I deeply and completely love and accept them and their need to defend me. Even though they have felt this need for so long, I’m choosing to imagine them putting down their spears, or guns, or acid or whatever they have and melt into the rhythm of my body, accepting new life.”
I also listened to one of my favourite EFT’ers, Alina Frank here, on a video explaining certain points. She says that the gamut point, (the fold between your ring and little finger) is the thyroid point. Reading some handouts from Gwen Bonnell, the emotions associated with this point are depression, hopelessness, among others. I also watched Suzanne Zacharia, saying how this point is a “brain balancer”, good to calm yourself down during the fight/flight response. So, in other words, instead of becoming very depressed, you can calm yourself down by rubbing this point and doing the 9 gamut (which is rolling your eyes around hard down left and right, singing happy birthday, and counting 1-5). Those unfamiliar with EFT will probably think this is nuts, but in truth you are balancing your right brain (singing) with your left brain (counting).
What I have, according to those blood tests is “Subclinical / early Hypothyroidism” which means my thyroid is underactive and needs more TSH to get it to produce the thyroidfunction. It means depression, fatigue, decrease in activity and low body temperature. Hmm. I am always cold. Even when I tried to chart recently my temps were low. Am I in emotional hibernation?
Better get tapping out of the cold…
So “Even though I’m cold, depressed and tired, I deeply and completely love and accept myself. Even though I just feel like climbing in a cave and avoiding this winter and all my problems, I deeply and completely love and accept myself. Even though I sometimes feel so hopeless that I will ever have a child, and the coldness and aloneness is overwhelming, I deeply and completely love and accept myself.”
Top of the head: My FSH is 4. 27
Top of eyebrow: Maybe my body’s trying to tell me something
Side of eye: I’m cold
Under eye: I’m tired
Under nose: I’m depressed
Chin: Even my own antibodies are working against me
Collarbone: I just want to sleep
Under arm: I want to forget
Under breast: And stay in my cave.
Even though my cave is warm and comfy, and safe, I’m choosing to take a peek out from behind my blanky and open my eyes to the sunshine that is out there. Even though I’m scared to come out, and so tired, I’m choosing to allow that light and warmth from the sun soak into my body with its new promises and hope. Even though my FSH is 4.27, I can just visualize my new test results being a 1. Even though my antibodies are trying to protect me in a weird way, I’m choosing to thank them and accept them, and allow the medication to help them to work with my body instead of against it.
Top of the head: Warm, warm sun
Top of eyebrow: Giving me life again
Side of eye: Waking me up
Under eye: Helping me arise above my problems
Under nose: This glow within me
Chin: This power I have to get my thyroid going again
Collarbone: Come on, thyroid, you can do it! I have faith in you!
Under arm: So my TSH doesn’t have to rise to get you going
Under breast: You can do it all by yourself.
If you have a similar problem to me, I recommend this tapping sequence, plus doing the 9 gamut.
Here are some affirmations:
From Gwenn Bonnell: “I am safe. I am light. I am buoyant.”
From Louise Hay: “I move beyond old limitations and now allow myself to express freely and creatively.” (general thyroid) “I create a new life with new rules that totally support me.” (hypothyroidism).
I just finished typing this up when this popped into my inbox. Yip, my blood type O working against me. I did get that book about eat right for your type, and I do love meat, and I have been trying to avoid wheat and dairy as much as possible. But Iva Keene also lists some good hints and vitamins that can help too.
I am taking iron supplements and lots of good stuff from the homeopath. He has given me something called “Expel Stasis” which is to clear out things after the op, remove blood stasis and relieve pain, and “Si Wu Tang” to nourish blood and for blood deficiency.
I’m slowly fixing myself up.
Just like the gate to our house, which is all fixed now. The posts have been soldered securely onto the surrounding walls. New pieces have been replaced. The motor was serviced and there are new batteries. It opening and closing just beautifully.
Sometimes bad stuff happens, and when we have to fix things, we are even better than before.
Here’s to a new me, ready to embrace new life.