Alex T, London
"When I first heard about tapping I was sceptical, Iíd never done anything like it before and wasnít expecting to see much change. I couldnít have been more wrong. Tapping has made a big impact on me and Iím seeing the differences in all parts of my life." Click to Read More
Tapping is very effective at improving the quality of your sleep.
It's not always entirely straightforward though - it's usually best to work on other areas of your life rather than directly tackling sleep. Sleeping better is just something you notice happening along the way.
There is a bit of homework with this video in order to get the full benefit. I'll explain that in a moment, and then we'll do what Tapping we can do together.
One thing I would suggest is that when you get into bed is a great time to do some Tapping. One reason people find it hard to get to sleep is because they are worrying about things from the day, so it's a great time to tap away feelings based around those things when they are fresh in your mind.
So that's the first part of the homework. The second part is to tap on specific things yourself tonight. Rather than Tapping "Even though I have this feeling", you can tap "Even though I can hear the noises in the street" or "Even though I'm not comfortable" or whatever it is that is keeping you awake.
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