Tapping is a tool that is both relatively simple to learn and implement, but deceptively complicated to master.
The basics of tapping are easy to explain. So much so that I have given full instructions on the basics in under five minutes on the back of a bar napkin.
At the same time, tapping effectively for a particular issue can require much subtlety and nuance and sometimes we need the help of an outside practitioner to be successful. That’s why, despite being an experienced tapper and practitioner myself, I regularly work with a practitioner on my own issues.
One of the biggest mistakes people make when tapping is choosing the wrong starting point for their issue. When this happens, progress is slow and relief is hard to find.
Here is a simple process that I use to ensure that I am using the best starting point for my tapping.