Just for Today March 29

Healing yourself, loving the world

I use my insight to discern what is higher and lower frequency.

On March 24, 2018, the student-led commonsense gun-control rally March for Our Lives was held in Washington, DC and eight hundred other locations worldwide. At the time, many hoped that it would be the tipping point for the United States with its heart-wrenching struggle of violence, suicide, second amendment identity, and gun access. One can see in the gun debates the limiting use of fear-based opinions where people either get lost in the meta-message or obscured in the details.

As we transcend our fear and our limited use of opinions and culled “facts,” we have the potential to move into a space that lets us “differentiate between those patterns that lower [our] frequency and those that raise it.”

Just for today, I use my insight to discern what is higher and lower frequency.


While tapping on the side-of-the-hand points, say:

As I notice the fear beneath the need to sort into right and wrong, I deeply and completely accept myself.
As I open my sight to include both the parts and the whole, I deeply and completely accept myself.
As I see the patterns of higher and lower frequencies, I deeply and completely accept myself

The Rounds

Tap three rounds, one round for each phrase:

The fear behind the opinions
Opening my sight to include the parts and the whole
Seeing the patterns of higher and lower frequencies


Lois Beckett and Oliver Laghland, “March for Our Lives Protests Planned for 800 Places Across the World,” The Guardian, March 24, 2018, https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2018/mar/24/march-for-our-lives-2018-where-cities-us-protests-planned.

Richard Rudd, The Gene Keys: Unlocking the Higher Purpose Hidden in your DNA (London: Gene Keys Publishing, 2009), p. 123.

Photo by Chris Sabor

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Deborah Donndelinger

Deborah Donndelinger

I'm writing from Maryland, but my heart goes out all over the world. I'm cheering you on as you tackle the hard stuff, embrace the easy, and show up to help others.