We had a wonderful workshop this past weekend with 12 participants. Several of the attendees had used tapping in the past but found it a bit “clumsy”. With only 9 points, it’s easier and faster than some of the older sequences but just as effective. One lady taught her grand children, age 7 & 8. My church minister, Suzanne uses tapping to prepare for her Sunday talks and when dealing with difficult situations (like counseling the very ill or holding funeral services).
Because tapping has an instant calming effect it allows users to relax and concentrate better. It can even help calm pets. Yes, pets have “eyebrows” & “chins” too!
Sign up for the next workshop or a private session & let me know what specific problems you would like to address.
Tapping gained popularity when it was used in Rwanda, Connecticut and other places where severe trauma affected large numbers of victims. When I suffered a severe emotional loss I was introduced to tapping and knew at once how effective and how quickly it can work. For that reason, I volunteer for the Red Cross. I know how tapping can relieve post-traumatic stress so I hope I’m able to work with veterans at our local VA hospital and disaster team efforts.
Just today, while having breakfast at a local restaurant, I met a sweet lady who was so thrilled to meet another “tapper”. I immediately invited her to one of my free workshops and she asked me to speak to her group about tapping. As our lives become more hectic, more people are turning to alternative processes to save time and money.