There is great responsibility in being a parent. It is a parent’s unspoken fear is that they will let their child down in some way or another. A prevalent fear, is that one won’t be able to keep their child safe. Thoughts around their children are so horrific that parents spend a lot of energy battling to keep them dormant. The underlying fear is that the parent will draw negative scenarios to their life by their thoughts. This creates a mind loop that becomes a person’s private battle.
In past times the mortality rate was much higher and personal security was much lower. What most people may not realize is that when they are have irrational fears it is because it is something that they may have already experienced in a previous life. It isn’t really irrational. It is a memory. Knowing a fear is a memory may help by realizing that they don’t need to be experienced again. When one lets go of a past memory, instead of trying to suppress a thought, it can be emotionally freeing.
Say each statement out-loud three times while continuously tapping on the top of your head, and say it a fourth time while continuously tapping on your chest.
Don’t skip any because you don’t think they apply to you. The ones you want to skip are the ones you need to do.
“I release the fear of tragedy happening to my children; in all moments”
“I release the fear of someone taking my children; in all moments”
“I release the fear of not being able to protect my children; in all moments”
“I release the fear of being separated from my children; in all moments”
“I release the fear of disappointing my children; in all moments”
“I release the guilt and trauma of killing my children; in all moments”
“I release the trauma of watching my children die; in all moments”
“I release the guilt and trauma of causing my children die; in all moments”
“I release being betrayed by my children; in all moments”
“I shift my paradigm from fearing for my children to Joy Love, Abundance, Freedom, Health, Success, Security, Companionship, Peace, Life and Wholeness; in all moments”