Tapping Protocol for Confusing Warm-Ups with Competition

(For a handout of the tapping points click here)

 Tap Karate Chop Point while saying:

“Even though I think how I do in my warm-up is an indication of how I’ll perform, I deeply and completely love and accept myself. Even though when my warm-up is terrible, I immediately think I’ll play poorly, I deeply and completely love and accept myself. Even though I’ve confused my warm-ups with my actual performance in a competition, I deeply and completely love and accept myself.”

EB:  If I have a bad warm-up, I believe it’s an indication of how I’ll actually perform

SE:  My conscious mind jumps to the conclusion I’m having a bad performance day

UE:  I start to worry and look for trouble as soon as I’m in the competition

UN:  I’m checking to see if that terrible stuff shows up in my performance

CH:  I’ve lost my focus in the moment because I’m focused on what happened in the past during my warm-up

CB:  I can’t seem to let go of that terrible feeling I had during my warm-up

UA:  I can’t let go of those sensations in my body from a poor warm-up

WR: My mind wants to cling to that poor warm-up

 

EB:  I’ve had plenty of warm-ups in the past that weren’t good and I went on to play well

SE:  But I’ve forgotten all about those times and only remember the times I had a bad warm-up and played poorly

UE:  How I warm-up is no indication of how I’ll actually perform in competition

UN:  My warm-up is simply that, a way to warm up my body before I compete

CH:  My monkey mind wants to use how I warm-up as an indicator of how I’ll perform

CB:  If my warm-up is bad, I project that onto my performance in competition

UA:  A warm-up is simply a warm-up and a way to loosen up my body

WR: Competition is completely different and my body responds to that accordingly

 

Tap Karate Chop Point while saying:

“I give my body permission to release this feeling and belief that how I do in my warm-ups is an indicator of how I’ll perform in competition. My body can choose to relax and let go of this worry that if I have a poor warm-up it means I’ll perform poorly. I give my body permission to release this confusion between a warm-up and the actual competition. I choose to know and understand that my warm-ups are just warm-ups and not an indication of how I’ll perform in competition.”

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