The ‘Tapping’ technique: Five steps in five minutes Identify the issue. That being what the distress is about. Rate the intensity. How strong is it on a scale from one to 10 — 10 being the most intense. “Tap in” and repeat. Tap through the sequence points. Rate the intensity.
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How do you do Tapping Therapy?
EFT tapping sessions follow a set sequence: Begin by stating what is on your mind and rating your distress on a scale of 0 to 10. Speak your “set-up statement,” which identifies the issue and includes a statement of self-acceptance. Begin the tapping sequence, using your fingers to tap on the specified sites.
What to say while tapping?
How many times a day should you do tapping?
Lower intensity issues may only require four or five rounds to provide relief, while more intense issues may take 10 or 12 rounds. Intense or chronic issues are best addressed through consistent tapping over time. The benefits are cumulative, meaning you will get the best results by tapping everyday.
What’s the difference between tapping and taping?
As nouns the difference between taping and tapping
is that taping is the act of something being taped while tapping is an act of making a light hit or strike against something.
Where are the tapping points?
The tapping points, in sequence, are as follows: top of the head (TOH) — directly in the center of the top of the head. beginning of the eyebrow (EB) — the beginning of the brow, just above and to the side of the nose. side of the eye (SE) — on the bone at the outside corner of the eye.