Overwhelm is Optional

Overwhelm is optional in today’s world as new and improved personal development techniques are developed.  As the world becomes a more complex place, many of us still suffer with overwhelm.  The more active or creative the mind, the more overwhelm we usually have to deal with.  Although having a creative mind is certainly an asset, it has the potential to create problems that can immobilize us.

 I have discovered that overwhelm, like any personal issue we face is caused by how we think about it.  Stress, for example is certainly only a matter of perception.  If we are able to change the way we look at an issue, then the stress around it would disappear.

 Now, that’s easier said than done for most of us.  If it was that easy to change our minds because we want to, then we would ‘just do it,’ wouldn’t we?  Of course we would.  Only a very small percentage of the population can completely change their mind about an issue they consider stressful or overwhelming at will.  I am not one of those people.  I tend to be prone to worrying and worrying seems to have reached epidemic proportions in the modern world. And overwhelm is its unruly and destructive cousin.

 Why overwhelm can be optional

There are now advanced, cutting edge tools that cut through the need for constant self talk (which doesn’t work for chronic worriers anyway) and enable you to change your perception at will. These involve working with the energy system as opposed to the conscious mind.  The benefit of working with the energy system as opposed to the conscious mind, is that there is very little resistance when the conscious mind is out of the way.  Any resistance that does surface is then very easily dealt with.  In comparison to energy work, talk therapies are a little out dated in my opinion.

 Working with the energy system instead of the mind also gets to the core of the issue, particularly in the hands of a skilled practitioner and can enable the complete clearing of an issue rather than delivering a short term band aid solution.

 Energy work makes overwhelm optional

Energy work is both easy and fast.  A client doesn’t have to be convinced of anything.  The perception simply changes in a matter of minutes.  Energy work enables even a novice to snap out of overwhelm or the immediate stress they are in without being an expert or without the need of an expert who charges by the hour.

Energy work can take many forms, from acupuncture to hypnosis to visualization, but I have found the most effective one for overwhelm is the even simpler than these.

 Making overwhelm optional is easy

Even if you have a very overactive mind or a highly strung personality you can still sidestep overwhelm if you use the bright approach. And that means working energetically, not just cognitively. It sounds woo woo and the tool does come across as a little weird at first, but if you open your mind new approaches, you can say goodbye to overwhelm for ever.

The tool that changes perception quickly is EFT or Emotional Freedom Technique and although it might seem strange the technique is science based.  It is easy to learn and use on yourself to clear a simple issue like overwhelm.  Obviously, if you have a chronic or complex issue, always seek a certified EFT practitioner.

If you would like to clear any overwhelm or you are currently experiencing, why not book a sixty minute session in which I will teach you how to do just that and look forward to some peace and calm and clarity in your life.

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10 Responses to Overwhelm is Optional

  1. Nancy Rose January 15, 2012 at 8:54 am #

    I totally agree with you. talking is overrated. And the conscious mind is unaware of the subconscious thoughts. I love energy work, and EFT is a simple easy technique.
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    • Madonna January 15, 2012 at 10:48 pm #

      Hi Nancy Rose,
      Yes, you are so right about EFT being simple and about talking being over rated. I have done a lot of talking about my problems in my life and it never resolved anything for me. Thanks for your comments.

  2. Pauline Bright January 14, 2012 at 8:03 pm #

    Brilliant – thanks Madonna – creative overwhelm is a big one for me too. I’ve started tapping!
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    • Madonna January 15, 2012 at 8:57 pm #

      Oh Pauline, That’s great news to me. I always love it when someone starts tapping. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask me. Thanks for your input. Much appreciated. Madonna

  3. Jenny
    January 14, 2012 at 3:47 am #

    Madonna, these posts are amazing. I’ve downloaded your tapping manual; I can’t wait to get started!
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    • Madonna January 14, 2012 at 5:34 pm #

      Hi Jenny,
      I am very pleased to hear you are getting into tapping. That is my intention, to awake people and let them know there is no need to tolerate any situation. Feel free to ask me any questions.
      Have a nice day

  4. amanda candy January 13, 2012 at 5:11 pm #

    Many of us can relate to overhwelm Madonna so good topic to post and great to see a useful technique for managing it. I have used EFT for some time now and I find it very effective and often recomend it for my clients.

    • Madonna January 13, 2012 at 5:14 pm #

      Thanks Amanda. I think women in particular can have a problem with overwhelm because we have so much to do and we often take on more than than is good for us.

  5. Natalie Hennessey January 13, 2012 at 3:29 pm #

    Madonna I was the Queen of overwhelm. I did overwhelm to perfection. What I realised is that it stemmed more from frustration and resentment because I hadn’t set or reinforced my boundaries. Once I observed myself ‘doing’ overwhelm a couple of times I recognised the thoughts, then feelings, then emotions of the process or production of my expression of overwhelm. Once I had done this I could easily stop before I allowed myself to fall into it.

    • Madonna January 13, 2012 at 4:26 pm #

      Thanks for commenting Natalie. I’m pleased to hear that you have conquered your overwhelm. It can be pretty debilitating. Mine comes from having too many ideas and obviously I don’t want to stop that. But, without a tool, I’m lost.
      Have a nice day

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