TAPPING FOR YOU

Research shows EFT Tapping leads to all of these. Naturally. Using your body’s built-in ability to return to its healthiest state.

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Reduce your Nervous System overwhelm, and return to a balanced emotional, mental and physical state. Both acute and chronic conditions respond to Tapping – often quickly, and often permanently. Tapping reduces stress and distress from past, current and future experiences.

How Do I Tap?

By tapping on a set of 8-10 specific acupressure points, we help our Nervous System process an experience (past, present or future) quickly, moving any distress through and out of the body. This reduces and often resolves distress or ‘blocks’ that get in the way of our enjoyment of life and the achievement of our goals. What To Expect While Tapping, several things are happening – all rolled up into a simple, elegant process. During and after an effective Tapping session, we often

All of these are common. They are the result of your Nervous System getting itself ‘unstuck.’

All of these are common. They are the result of your Nervous System getting itself ‘unstuck.’

Read more about the ‘getting unstuck’ process below.

How Does It Work?

The following are aspects of the EFT Tapping process. Sometimes, they all occur simultaneously. Other times, some will seem more prominent.

While Tapping, several things are happening – all rolled up into a beautifully simple, elegant process.

Imaginal Exposure
We imagine our target event, physical sensation, emotion or thought (past, present or future.

Acupressure
We Tap on specific points on the body that correspond to the *primo vascular system.

Nervous System Activation, then Deactivation
We activate any associated stress or distress in order to process it completely.

‘Fight, Flight, Freeze, Fawn, Flop’ Reduction and Elimination
We deactivate the emotion, physical sensation, or thought – sometimes permanently.

 

Information Reprocessing
We complete the processing of old information and/or process new awareness for the first time.

Cognitive Restructuring
We form new and different thoughts or we experience old thoughts in a different way (AHA moments).

Memory Reconsolidation
We store the revised, lower-distress version of the experience for future accessing.

Eye Movement and Reprocessing
Eye movements track brain activity and reflect changes in our experience.

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