Saturday, 6 August 2011

EFT Tapping on Computer Frustration

Hi Everybody,

I've been away awhile as I transferred my computer systems over. I didn't realise how long it would take to transfer over my OS from Win XP to Win 7.

It has taken me five days to move things over, and I'm pretty sure there are still some items of one sort or another that haven't made it over.

However, the most important programmes and files are now available again to me, and seem to be working OK.

I've not only changed my OS, but also moved from Microsoft Office 2003 to Office 2007, so that means my word documents and other things now look less familiar, and things that I could do without thinking about sometimes now have me scratching my head, and getting a little frustrated that something that usually takes a few minutes or so, now takes that much longer as I learn to navigate around new, unfamiliar set-ups.

And talking of set-ups, I decided it would be a good idea to do some EFT tapping on the situation. The sense of frustration was about 8/10 as I started. 

Even though I've transferred over to these new systems, and it takes so much longer to do things, I deeply and completely love and accept myself.

Even though I get very frustrated that it takes me so long to do things that should just take a few moments, I deeply and completely love, accept and forgive myself.

Even though I just want to get on with things in the old way and it niggles that I have to stop and look up how to do the simplest of things, I deeply and completely love and accept myself.

EB:  Everything takes so long
SE:  Makes me so frustrated  
UE:  Feel so impatient
UN:  Feel so stupid
CH:  I just want to get things done
CB:  I don't want all this faff
UA:  Wish I could have kept my old OS
TH:  So frustrating!

EB:  It makes me feel irritated
SE:  It makes me feel so impatient
UE:  This feeling of frustration
UN:  I like to get things done
CH:  Not faff around figuring out what to do
CB:  All this computer frustration!
UA:  Takes up so much time
TH:  This computer frustration and hassle!
EB:  What if I choose to see this as an interesting challenge?
SE:  I can schedule a little extra time while I learn my way  around.
UE:  I know I'm not stupid; lazy perhaps yes, but not stupid.
UN:  There look to be some interesting new things to explore.
CH:  It doesn't generally take long for me to pick things up.
CB:  I can choose to be less impatient.
UA:  I can choose to let this frustration go.
TH: I allow myself to actually enjoy this new set-up.
Checking out my sense of frustration had zeroed. 

I found it interesting that feeling stupid came up, followed by the insight that it was more likely I was feeling lazy, rather than stupid.

Since tapping on this little problem of frustration I have found that I am indeed enjoying exploring the new Win 7 system I'm now using. It is certainly much faster than my old system, and I am gradually becoming familiar with the changes.

The OH is also considering the switch to Win 7. It could be an interesting turn-around if I am able to show him the ropes, as he is usually my Tech Support.  

So you see that you can indeed use EFT tapping on all kinds of things. Have you been in a similar situation? Why not give it a try? And if you do, or have already done something like this, why not pop a note into the comments section and share your experiences.

Bright Blessings, 

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