EFT Tapping Script for Recovering from the Loss of Your Sister


Losing a sibling is one of the most profoundly painful experiences we can have. Whether our relationships with them are primarily positive, negative, or a mix of both, our experiences with our siblings are woven into the fabric of who we are, and when they are gone, the sense of loss can be devastating.

Thankfully, with EFT, this pain doesn't have to be permanent. What we learn when we tap our way through loss is that while love is forever, grief doesn't have to be.

As is the case with all of my tapping scripts, the statements below can be used as is, or modified in any way that makes them resonate more fully with your experience.

Also, you may notice that when you start tapping on one of these statements, thoughts and feelings will arise that you can then use as new tapping statements, which will then give rise to still more thoughts and feelings, which you can use to create additional tapping statements, and so on.

I call this following the thread, and it’s a very efficient way to heal and release a lot of painful feelings in a short amount of time.

THE TAPPING STATEMENTS

I'm overwhelmed with sadness because my sister died.

My sister died and I'll never get to see her again.

My sister died and I didn't get to say goodbye to her.

I wish I could have had more time with my sister.

I was really close to my sister, and now she's gone.

I wish there was something I could have done to save my sister.

I should have done more for my sister when I had the chance.

I would give anything to have my sister back.

I'm so sad for my parents because their daughter died.

I wish I could see my sister one last time and tell her how much I loved her and how much she meant to me.

I had unfinished business with my sister, and now I'll never get to resolve things with her because she died.

I really miss my sister and I wish she was still here.

I'm worried about my sister's kids because they will have to grow up without their mom.

I should have been a better brother/sister, but not it's too late.

I'm so sad for my sister because there were a lot of things she wanted to do in life and she won't get to do them because she died.

I'm angry at God/Life/The universe for taking my sister from us.

I really miss my sister and I wish I could see her again.

No one understands me like my sister did, and I really miss that.

I'm sad for my kids because their aunt died.

My sister died and I feel like a part of myself died with her.

I should have tried harder to save my sister.

I'll always be sad about losing my sister.

I wish my sister could have had a longer life--there was still so much she wanted to do, and I'm sad that she didn't get to.

Sometimes when the phone rings, I think it's my sister, and then I remember it couldn't be, and the loss hits me all over again.

The holidays are really hard without my sister. I miss her so much at that time of year.

My sister was the one I could always turn to for advice and support, and now that she's gone, I feel really alone.

I just can't believe that my sister is gone--it's like it won't sink in.

I wish I could just pick up the phone and call my sister, even just to hear the sound of her voice.

The hardest part about losing my sister is knowing that I'll never see her again.

Sometimes when I think about my sister, I'm just completely overcome with sadness.

PLEASE NOTE

When doing EFT/tapping on your own, if you get stuck, aren't able to completely heal the issue(s) you're working on, or would simply like to have the support and guidance of an experienced professional, I recommend working with an EFT practitioner. To schedule a session or free consultation, click here.

BY HEATHER AMBLER

Heather Ambler is a San Francisco Bay Area EFT practitioner and mindset coach. Through her private practice and online programs, she's helped over 10,000 people from 78 countries recover from loss, heal trauma, overcome fears, increase confidence, and achieve goals. Click here to schedule a session or free consultation.

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