I'm two days away from the operating room.
Needless to say I'm worried. I have never used my favorite saying so much in my life. "Everything always works out for me" - over and over again.
I've also been using my favorite technique for reducing anxiety and fear - EFT (emotional freedom technique). Fortunately I worked with an EFT practitioner weekly for about 2-3 years so I know what to do and where to go with this. However, I've also made an appointment with another EFT practitioner I really respect to fine tune my tapping since when you're in the middle of things, you can miss some key points. That's my belief about coaching and an EFT practitioner is a coach.
A Coach helps you get where you need to go but you do the work and you provide the direction.
This past 2 weeks have been a whirlwind of thoughts, emotions and activity. I've had to prioritize my life and if others can't deal with my decisions I just have hoped they would understand and get over it.
Just what I needed at work yesterday - someone got their feelings hurt because I told them to get out of my chair. Really? And I'm upset with myself for letting it bother me that that person is upset with me. Shows me that I really don't have all my priorities straight.
"Everything always works out for me" - over and over again and again...ha ha. I can tease but it really is true and saying that and "Nothing and no one can interfere with my health and well-being, not even myself". This is another important phrase in my vocabulary right now.
Remember that I'm a physician and I know what can go wrong. If I were to focus on those things, what would happen? I'd most likely attract that into my life and I surely don't want that. So, I use these two statements to get my mind back on a better and higher plane and increase my vibrations so that I set up the best possible environment and situation for myself.
Hopefully I'll be out of the hospital in time to provide next week's update. Take care for now.