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Introduction to Tapping
In this introductory video I'm going to take you through how Tapping can release negative emotions
The Science of Tapping
The biggest thing that puts people off Tapping is that they see it as a little bit New Age. It's funny to me, as someone who studied science at Cambridge University, I find it perfectly scientific. The formula is precise, and the results are repeatable and reliable.
Do you like yourself? It saddens me that some people are probably going to answer no to that question. Even if you answered yes, are there times when you think less of yourself than others?
I've been meaning to produce this video for ages, and I finally got round to it. It's easier to get round to things when you have tapped away the feelings of not wanting to do them.
Tapping can deal with stress quickly and efficiently. Once the stressed feeling is gone, you'll find it much easier to deal with whatever is stressing you. You'll be thinking clearer and won't feel pressured into acting.
This is a great video, because the effects will be VERY obvious to you. Follow it through to the end, and tomorrow morning, you'll see what I mean...
Tapping is very effective at improving the quality of your sleep.
Tapping can cure depression. In my experience, it can sort it out faster than any other method.
If you get more angry than you think you should sometimes, then this video is for you.
Nelson Mandela said that "Resentment is like drinking poison and then hoping it will kill your enemies".
Addictions are notoriously difficult problems for hypnotherapists. The reason is, your addiction, whether it's cigarettes, or chocolate, or surfing the internet, is the strategy you have developed for coping with negative feelings.
Use this video if you already know of a memory you want to work on.
This exercise thoroughly clears out your whole system. It's great to do daily, or just after an intense Tapping session.
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The Road Map shows you where you are, and what you might tap next. All the goals on the road map are achievable with Tapping as a tool.
Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure.