We have been taught to believe, in fact it has been ingrained in us that our problems are unfixable on our own, if at all.
But what if we could heal ourselves by merely tapping away our discomfort and pain? Imagine the potential if you could easily transform your anxieties, childhood wounds, addictions, relationship problems, financial issues, health and weight concerns by simply tapping a few specific areas on your body for a few minutes.
Tapping expert, Nick Ortner believes it is possible to do just that and he tells us how in his fascinating new book “The Tapping Solution”.
Nick explains that in each of us lies meridian lines that when activated can be used to reprogram our thinking and transform dysfunctional patterns that have been unbreakable up until now.
‘Tapping’ or ‘EFT: Emotional Freedom Technique’ is a combination of ancient Chinese acupressure and modern psychology designed to remedy a vast number of issues and conditions we all struggle with on a daily basis.
Stress or trauma, whether it is insignificant or life altering, the body reads it just the same: as a disruption to our natural energy balance. When this happens, it dramatically affects our health, prosperity and well-being on every level.
What tapping does is releases energy points in our body while simultaneously addressing these painful subjects. The tapping solution shows you how to gauge your intensity level in relation to any issue you may have, then works quickly to move you towards releasing it. As we do this, we begin to recalibrate our mindset and experience instant relief, joy and total well-being.
This age old technique has proven to be very successful for many people dealing with a myriad of complex challenges. I have found it to be very helpful for dealing with anxiety because it instantly grounds my thinking and gives me a deeper perspective into what is really the issue at hand that has me stuck.
I highly recommend this book to anyone interested in discovering new ways to tackle old problems that have been dogging you for way too long. What do you have to lose…?