Second, I want you to watch this 4 minute video by Jessica Ortner. The only difference is that I add the wrist point after the top of the head point. The wrist point is located on the inside of both wrists. Just tap them lightly together just like a lady would when she puts perfume on the wrists and rubs or taps them together. In the script, that point is the one that I labeled as "WR"
Third, I want you to take a piece of paper and pencil and write down the intensity of your current problem, rating it between a 1 and 10 with 10 being the highest intensity or the worst you could feel right now.
Also write down where you are feeling that in your body. For example, your heart is beating fast, your palms are sweaty, you feel like crying, you have a sick feeling in your stomach, etc.
After you have written that down, I want you to focus on your current situation. Really concentrate on it and then use the tapping scripts I have provided in my blog as you tap on all the acupressure points.
One good script to tap on is erasing fears. Visit this page for the whole script.
Do it exactly as I have written and after the third round I want you to reassess your intensity level and write that number down. Did it change? Do you physically feel any different?
Note any changes
Then I would like you to repeat the entire tapping script again and replace it with the words that fit your specific situation.
For example, you might be grieving over a lost love or the death of a pet or financial loss or a physical illness....use your own words and make it specific to you.
After you have done that, reassess your intensity again and write that number down....did it change?
Do this EVERY day, several times if you have to, to start turning your life around
You might be pleasantly surprised at how much better you feel after tapping a couple rounds along with this video. I've been successfully tapping since 2008
What if you could change your life starting today?
You deserve to be happy!!!
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