FOMO, Comparison, & Loneliness
Group Calls • 1h 34m
Most of us have a constant internal chatter that judges the moment, deciding what is good, what's bad, and for the most part, casting shame, judgement, or doubt on what it is we're doing at any given moment. That same chatter can create stories that make us feel lonely and isolated, like we're missing out on the lives we should be living...
It doesn't have to be this way.
We can ALWAYS questions our thoughts and choose a new perspective. The more we practice this art, the easier it gets... eventually it just sticks.
Skip to 1:15 to dive into the tapping sequence!
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