EFT Emotional Freedom Techniques

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Who knows this tapping work?

I learned of it some years ago when I saw this guru man on tv doing this tapping work on his body.... Waking up his meridians.

I do it mostly on my thyroid area, a tap tap about 15 taps or so...

Also on my chin, under eyes on cheekbones, top of head, along temples this all to wake up the body, also the little area under the nose. .

Check it out there are sites on line about the EFT tapping work.

Since my hip replacement and not walking anything like I walked most of my life and then the aging process, I find myself lazy and not moving enough and waking up my body. Just laying on my heating pad for lower back and listening to my radio I went thru all the tapping areas and I'm feeling rather vigorated....gotta do it more....

And I need my reminders to do IT.

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    i am glad it is working for you , surley the pain is a reminder hun ,haha.

    iv had it done twice and it does do something ,

    i need to understand a bit more how it works and how best to do it.

    for my self .

    its something i will add to my list of things to find out about.

    it makes sense ,that if you cant move around as much as you would like due to pain or fatigue that your body becomes stagnent because you need movement to work your muscles so that the lymph glands can do their job to help clean the body of waste ,if this cant be done much then you will get stagnation which will make you feel sick and tired . so tapping to me makes sense, just as reflexolgy and accupunture makes sense 

                                                    regards tina .


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    I've read about it but not had need to try it.

    Tapping the meridian points makes total sense to me.

    I've used acupressure to dull pain points very successfully.


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