Tapping Q & A - Getting the most out of tapping and EFT

Tapping Q & A - Getting the most out of tapping and EFT

EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) Tapping is a powerful tool for reducing pain, physical trauma, and eliminating limiting beliefs. Each week tapping expert, Gene Monterastelli, and his amazing guests answer the most common (and uncommon) questions on how to get the most out of EFT. If you want to maximize your success with tapping, this is an indispensable resource. The host of the Tapping Q & A Podcast, Gene Monterastelli, works one-on-one with small business owners and entrepreneurs to help them eliminate self-sabotage so that they can take the actions they need to take to be successful, starting with the most important tasks first. Past guests of the show have included Mary Ayers, Dr. Peta Stapleton, Julie Schiffman, Brad Yates, Rick Hanson, Ph.D., Mark Wolynn, Rick Wilkes, Carol Look, Steve Wells, and Jessica Ortner.... Show More

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I often hear my clients say "I should have known better" OR "I know better, but for some reason I keep making the same choice" when they are judging their actions. Just knowing what the right choice is doesn't mean we will make it, because information alone is not enough.

Most of the reasons we don't make the right choice or take the right action, even though we know intellectually what we want to do, have t...

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In response to everything that is going on the world my friends Jennifer Carey and Dayna Wood have been doing a video show three times a week called "Connected and Conscious". On the show they ask their friends and colleagues how they are staying healthy, focused, and happy during this time of great upheaval and uncertainty.

In addition to talking about how the guests are taking care of themselves, they also offer a gift in...

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Note: This podcast is a part of the Healing Fundamentals series. The topics covered in this series move beyond the basics of tapping to understanding the healing process. By understanding these fundamentals you will be able to get more out of your tapping faster. Make sure you check out the whole series.

A significant amount of my time tapping with clients is spent looking into the past. We identify and examine the past experiences...

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New York City is a wacky place. One of the things that I have encountered firsthand is how amazingly different the dating scene is here compared with other cities.

First, there are millions of people, many of whom are single, which vastly increases the pool of potential dates. Second, everyone is very busy so dates can be short (and feel a bit rushed) because everyone seems to have less time. Third, because of the first two points,...

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Note: This podcast is a part of the Fundamental Disposition series. The topics covered in this series move beyond the basics of tapping to understanding the healing process. By understanding these fundamentals you will be able to get more out of your tapping faster. Make sure you check out the whole series.

Last week a client asked me, "Why do you make me tap on that phrase all the time? Is it something you see in me that makes...

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Just because we have a to-do list filled with useful tasks doesn't mean that we will actually have a productive day. Sometimes we waste our time on tasks that aren't even on our list, or we complete tasks on our list that are not the most valuable ones.

Being busy is not necessarily the same thing as being productive.

Here is a simple tapping tool I use every morning to ensure that I actually do the tasks on my to-do list A...

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Recently I was working with a client on the grief she was feeling at missing so many experiences she loves during quarantine. As we were debriefing after a round of tapping she said:

"While we were tapping on the grief I noticed all of these other pools of grief that were inside me from the past. As we tapped it was almost as if the wall between those pools of grief broke, the grief combined, and they all released together....

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The world is a very big place and when we think of how we can make an impact on the world and everything going on in it, we can feel awfully small.

In reality, our small gestures and ways of being in the world and how we interact with others can have a significant impact.

Recognizing that our choices do make a difference make those helpful choices easier. This tap-along will help you to be a peacemaker in your world, which will rip...

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Most choices aren't black and white, so being of two minds is a common experience. There are pros and cons to both outcomes.

On the finale of this season's Project Runway (US version), one of the contestants, Victoria Cocieru, was struggling with which direction to take with her designs. She said, "In my brain I have a thousand little brains and they are fighting with each other."

I find that a very evocative way of...

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Most of us spend at least half of our day at work. Because work consumes so much of our time and attention, stress from the working day can easily spill over into the rest of our lives.

This week's podcast provides a tool that will help you to leave work at work.

This tool applies to all types of work, no matter how many hours you work, and whether you travel to a workplace or work from home.

It takes less than three minutes to...

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Family is complicated. Because they are family we want what is best for them. But at the same time we put up with more from them than we'd put up with from others because they are family. We will allow our family to say and do things that we would not tolerate from anyone else in our lives.

This can cause an internal conflict. How can we be a loving family member whilst at the same time not want to be around the person?

This we...

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One of the most difficult parts of the healing process is being able to forgive ourselves.

It's common to believe that if we forgive ourselves, we are letting ourselves off the hook and failing to take responsibility for our past choices.

Self-forgiveness is actually the opposite of this. Being able to move to a place of forgiveness means we are taking responsibility for the past and making sure it stays in the past. When we do...

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These uncertain times mean that our emotional guidance system is on overdrive. It is working nonstop to keep us safe because it's dealing with the unknown.

That means we're expending energy all day long in the background as our emotional system tries to protect us. It's like we are starting off every day paying a 20% emotion tax, meaning that we only have 80% of our usual reserves and resilience.

This podcast explores:

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    One of the most common issues I uncover in my client sessions is the feeling of not being worthy to be here.

    It's seldom the main issue my clients present when we start working together, but as we work we find instances from their past where they felt dismissed or ignored by the people who were important to them.

    This creates a feeling of not believing you are worthy to be here at this moment. Here is a simple tap-along that wi...

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    The most primitive part of our emotional guidance system is our fear response. Fear's primary goal is to keep us from dying. I know that sounds like an overstatement, but this is exactly how it functions.

    Of course it's good that part of our internal guidance is on alert and doesn't want us to die, but in the modern word just because we fear something doesn't mean there are fatal consequences.

    Because of this, our f...

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    While past choices may have contributed to your present, they do not mean that what comes next is predetermined.

    It is all too easy to feel trapped by both past choices and your current situation BUT they do not define who we are or who we can choose to be.

    In this short tapping audio we place ourselves at a fresh starting point. This audio is lifted directly from a client session, with my client's permission. I have also edite...

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    Grief is a much more common emotion than we might think. It is obvious that we feel grief when a loved one dies, or when an important relationship or job ends.

    In reality, grief shows up any time we experience a loss. This could be for an opportunity, an ability, or even something as simple as a predictable daily routine.

    For the large changes it is easy to recognize grief. For smaller changes it is much harder. We often dismiss th...

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    When I was younger I had a hard time accepting the idea that God could love me unconditionally. I believed that I had to earn God's unconditional love.

    Meaning that I wasn't understanding that unconditional means unconditional, aka it doesn't have to be earned!

    Here's an audio from a client session where we tapped for accepting unconditional love. My client gave me permission to use this recording and I have removed...

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    Sometimes we find inspiration in the strangest places. A few weeks ago I attended the On Air Fest, an event for podcast creators and podcast fans.

    One of my favorite presentations was given by Shima Oliaee who was one of the producers for Dolly Parton's America.

    During the presentation Shima shared a number of lessons she learned from interviewing Dolly and working on the project. Dolly is clearly a woman who feels deeply. When...

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    Our initial emotional response to a major crisis like the COVID-19 pandemic is with feelings of shock, worry, and overwhelm.

    At a certain point, the initial shock wears off and we move on to what I call second wave emotions that arise as we contemplate what is next and the future.

    Here are 7 tap-along audios for second wave emotions. They are:

  • Going stir-crazy (4:42)
  • Not having any personal space (7:44)
  • Feeling isolated and alone (10...
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