Overcoming Writer’s Block with EFT Tapping

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Are you struggling to overcome writer’s block?
Oh my…I can’t tell you how many times I sat down to write on my EFT4Vets book.

Even though I have no problem teaching workshops, I had the hardest time putting my thoughts and knowledge into writing.

Not very helpful when one is trying to keep two blogs filled with up to date information and inspiration, I can tell you that…
You guessed it: I had to tap on this, I mean, REALLY tap on it 🙂

As a matter of fact, there were SO many issues coming out of this problem, that I decided to write some posts on this. I hope it will help you as much as it helped me.
Here is a good start for releasing  writer’s block, that might be enough to get you over the first hump:

KP: Even though a part of me is scared about writing right now, I honor this part of me with kindness and compassion

KP: Even though I feel completely blocked when I want to write, I completely accept myself and my creativity anyway

KP: Even though I am so frustrated that I don’t know what to write, I deeply and completely accept that I have great freedom and creativity within me

TH: A part of me is blocked when I want to write
IE: This is scary! Where did my creativity go?
OE: I can’t express my thoughts on paper anymore
UE: And I can’t believe that this is happening!
UN: How frustrating is this, I sit down and nothing comes to mind
CB: I just can’t seem to be able to start
UA: But I am willing now
TH: To treat myself with kindness and acknowledgment

TH: I wonder what would happen if I let go of this block
IE: I wonder if I would feel safe to put my thoughts on paper
OE: I wonder if I would feel safe and comfortable
UE: To explore what my thoughts really are
UN: Maybe I have everything it takes to make a great story
UL: Maybe I can finish my book easily
CB: Maybe all I need to do is getting myself out of the way emotionally
UA: And allow myself to feel surprisingly calm and content with whatever comes to mind
TH: I chose to trust that the thoughts flow comfortably and easily and surprise me with their message.

TH: I chose to regain my sense of trust and safety now
IE: I am grateful for my creativity and my ability to write easily
OE: I am grateful for my good ideas
UE: And I am grateful that all the good thoughts are now sorting themselves out in the back of my mind
UN: I am so grateful how easy it now is to express myself in writing
CB: And how comfortable and continuously my thoughts and words are flowing out
UA: And I am grateful for all the amazing things that I am about to create
TH: I can’t wait to get started, and I am curious and excited about what I am going to write!

Take a deep breath and see what comes up now. Do you have more resistance to work with?
Just address it one step at a time until you feeel the freeddom to write with joy again!
I am looking forward to your feedback!
Much Love

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  1. Avishi Sharedalal on November 21, 2013 at 6:55 am

    Hi there!

    I used your script for tapping away my writer’s block. It did get me writing, however, it was a veritable, um, vomit(for want of a better term) of words that didn’t make any sense, some of these words don’t even exist! I figured it was just all my mental blocks being cleared out by this spewing of nonsensical prose. Unfortunately however, just as a scene was beginning to form in my mind and while I was halfway through putting it down, I was interrupted by someone walking into the room. The result is that I can’t seem to continue the same scene. Do you think I could use this same script again? Or would I have to change it a little, if so, how? I would really appreciate the help!


    • Ingrid Dinter on November 25, 2013 at 1:21 am

      Hi Avishi, thanks for trying the tapping scripts! Yes, you can use and modify these scripts as often as you’d like. You always want to make sure that they are addressing a specific issue, not just a general one, so I’d take a moment and truly describe to yourself what you would like to release. “Even though all the words are coming out at once, even though I am overwhelmed by writing,….” Tap as often as necessary and, absolutely, make sure that ou use specific issues. I hope this helps!

  2. Ingrid Dinter on June 10, 2010 at 9:54 pm

    Hi Sabrina,
    I am glad you found the post helpful.
    Yes, of course you may translate it. Just give credit, please.
    Much love

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