Stealthy Tapping

I teach all my clients “stealthy tapping.” We simply play around with various natural touches that can be used anywhere anytime. Rubbing our finger under our nose, or posing with a bent finger on our chin, or scratching our heads or under our arms, or placing our fingers around our eyes, or holding our palm on our chest, all are natural movements we make many times each day.

I also teach people to “finger tap.” Use your index finger to tap or rub the edge of your thumb and then use your thumb to tap or rub the other fingers.  Use these natural points as you silently focus on the emotion or the feeling in your body or a particular scene of an event.

Being tuned in is what is important; words are often not necessary at all.

It works as well when you simply focus on your breath. This way we can tap in public and no one notices.

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Ann Adams