I am not one of those fanatics who reject Western medicine. There is a time and place for using diet, exercise, yoga, tapping, massage, drugs, and surgery. There are no one-size-fits- all solutions.
There is still a great deal we don’t know about the body and how it works. No doubt people living one hundred years from now will think our approach at the beginning of the 21st century is quaint, outdated, and maybe even foolish, in the same way that we regard the medical practices of the 1800s.
I would be wary of anyone who tried to convince me that tapping (or anything else) is the one and only way. I have experienced in my own life and seen in my client’s lives the power of tapping, but it is not the only answer.
Tapping is a great complement to many other health practices. I would never advise anyone to use only tapping. My advice is always:
- Educate yourself about your body to understand your current health issues and your family medical history.
- Research all possible treatment options thoroughly so that you are aware of all the short and long term beneficial outcomes, as well as potential side effects of any treatment.
- Remember it is your body and your health. Seek advice from professionals but remember that the choice on what treatment you pursue should always be yours.