Andrew C, Birmingham
"I noticed some days after that my mind was thinking with a clarity i hadn't experienced in a long time, and I became more confident in social situations than in an even longer time." Click to Read More
Tapping can cure depression. In my experience, it can sort it out faster than any other method.
Most techniques tend to centre around working through your negative thoughts. But it's the FEELINGS you are having that are creating those negative thoughts, not the other way round.
So use Tapping to get rid of the feelings, and then see if your thoughts start to change.
Having been depressed myself, I don't see any reason that people should spend any longer than they have to being depressed, so let's start. If you're depressed, you're probably already telling yourself that this won't work for you. Yet somehow you've come to be watching this video - so suspend your disbelief and experiment. Just notice what happens.
Your depression is a collection of negative feelings. I suggest you start with the strongest...
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Nothing gets blasted more in the self-improvement industry than 'Positive Thinking'. The cynical among us are quick to point out that just believing in something doesn't make it true, and even the most optimistic optimist will concede that they don't always take Positive Action based on their thinking.
Before you read this, realise that you don't need to know precisely how Tapping works. If you try it, and watch your body and mind carefully to see what happens, you will realise that it does.
The only reason you procrastinate is that a part of you doesn't want to do whatever it is you are procrastinating. Tapping is one way to permanently kill that part.