In the last few weeks I have led two groups through an hour-long tapping session. The first one was with a large group of people; First Nation teens from the ICount School in Moricetown, B.C. with half a dozen adults and the second was with a very small group of people through Mental Health in Smithers.
I used the same scenario for both groups, which led them through tapping for Listening to Their Heart, Connecting to Their Core, Letting go of the Critical Voice, Finding Peace with the Past, Healing the Sadness, Self Acceptance, Letting Go of Unworthy and Change.
I asked everyone in both places to give themselves a number to begin with, out of 10 to how they felt in the moment. 10 was the best and 0 the worst. After tapping pretty intensely for one hour, everyone I asked, probably over a dozen people, had improved in feeling good. Their numbers were all raised. Everyone’s. Mine too.
Some described pains that had disappeared, but all were improved. That is the nature of tapping and in both cases, we only tapped for an hour. If one adopts this energy practice as a way of life, like I have and many others have, it can change your life for good. I use it for changing on a regular basis.
I use it to ease into anything new that makes me nervous. I tap on old fears and worries. I tap on any negative feeling that arises such as procrastination or a block I can’t even name. It is such a powerful procedure for anyone interested in their own psychology. Tapping always reveals more from deeper down. It reveals answers to questions I have had about my life that I couldn’t figure out. Once I tap anywhere near the subject, answers start to bubble up in words or images and understandings.
Considering how much good it has done me, I think I will always be doing it. It is instant go-to practice when anything goes sideways. Using tapping I can be feeling seriously better within 15 minutes.