As I sent the final draft of another book off to my publisher, I realized that I’d written this book without any paralyzing bouts of writer’s block. The main reason for the delicious absence of writer’s block is that I had already resolved my conflicts associated with writing by persistently using Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) or tapping on any issue that seemed to be interfering with expressing my authentic voice as a writer.
In this four-part blog, I will share some of the tapping scripts I used to release these conflicts, all of which were established before I was out of high school:
1. The fear of exposure.
2. Fear of being laughed at.
3. The imposed belief that pursuing writing was pointless.
4. Fear of sharing my work.
5. Events associated with my work being ridiculed.
6. Being accused of plagiarism at nine years old.
7. Feelings of humiliation associated with my writing.