When I am planning the free resources for TappingQandA.com I take a number of factors into consideration. I receive feedback and requests from readers like you, common topics come up over and over again in my sessions with clients, and I look at past performance.
I am not one to obsess over download stats, but every few weeks I check in to see how the show is doing.
As I was looking back on 2019 and looking forward to 2020, I thought I would share with you some of the best of the best from the past year.
You might have missed these free resources when they came out the first time OR they weren’t right for you when they first came out, but might be exactly what you need right now.
If you are only going to listen to one:
The Grounding Process – This is my favorite tapping tool ever. As I was compiling this list, I committed to doing this grounding process every night before I go to bed for the next 10 days.
My favorite tool:
Tapping To Music From Your Teen Years – Music is a powerful force anchoring us to our past. Here is a simple way to use music from your teen years to clear up any emotional baggage you are carrying from that time.
My favorite interview:
How to tell if you are making progress with Tapping w/ Mary Ayers – Of all the interviews I did last year, I learned the most from this one. I now use the way Mary talks about measuring progress with my own clients all the time.
Most commented upon:
What My Reaction To Others Says About Me – The most recent comment on this podcast was “Your best podcast, Gene. More, please.” I think this one struck a chord because it was so personal.
- EFT for Anxiety and Worry w/ Julie Schiffman
- Intention Based Tapping w/ Steve Wells
- How You See Yourself Can Stop Your Healing w/ Brad Yates
- The Science Behind Tapping w/ Dr. Peta Stapleton
- EFT for Long-Term Transformation w/ Rick Hanson, Ph.D.
Most Downloaded from the archive:
- Letting Go of Limiting and Unhelpful Beliefs
- All About The Tapping Points w/ Beth Kearn
- Tapping for Self-Criticism
As I stated above, I take reader and listener recommendations seriously. Some of the best episodes ever came from those recommendations. Please let me know who you would like me to interview and what topics you would like me to cover. All you need to do is reply to this note.
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Thanks for listening,
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