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Sep 30, 2015

It is not uncommon for us to pick up the emotional beliefs or emotional burdens of our loved ones. In most cases we don't even realize we are doing it.

Emotional beliefs are often formed when we are children because we are so impressionable at a young age. We usually shoulder the emotional burdens of loved ones out of...


Sep 23, 2015

There two common misconceptions in understanding how grief affects us.

First, many people believe that the 5 stages of grief as defined by Elisabeth K├╝bler-Ross (denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance) are the way humans always experience grief. Second, many people believe that grief is only experienced...


Sep 16, 2015

Sometimes we get caught up in our emotions and make poor choices that we later regret. We want to make the best choice, we know what the best choice is, and we still let our emotions get in the way.

We can know exactly what triggers us and even when we spend time tapping on an issue that triggers us emotionally, we can...


Sep 9, 2015

My clients are always telling me that they would like to tap every day but have a hard time making it a habit.

One of the reasons I think people struggle with creating a daily tapping habit is that they don't know what to tap for. And because they don't know where to start they feel silly or frustrated and so they don't...


Sep 2, 2015

Our physical bodies are constantly communicating information to our conscious minds to help us navigate our daily lives. Some of this information is obvious and direct. For example, feeling pressure on your shoulder lets you know someone is touching us trying to get our attention, or we feel pain when touching something...