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Tapping Q & A - Getting the most out of tapping and EFT

Gene Monterastelli

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Tapping Q & A - Getting the most out of tapping and EFT

Tapping Q & A - Getting the most out of tapping and EFT

Gene Monterastelli

15
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141
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EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) Tapping is a powerful tool for reducing pain, physical trauma, and eliminating limiting beliefs. Each week tapping expert, Gene Monterastelli, and his amazing guests answer the most common (and uncommon) questions on how to get the most out of EFT. If you want to maximize your success with tapping, this is an indispensable resource. The host of the Tapping Q & A Podcast, Gene Monterastelli, works one-on-one with small business owners and entrepreneurs to help them eliminate self-sabotage so that they can take the actions they need to take to be successful, starting with the most important tasks first. Past guests of the show have included Mary Ayers, Dr. Peta Stapleton, Julie Schiffman, Brad Yates, Rick Hanson, Ph.D., Mark Wolynn, Rick Wilkes, Carol Look, Steve Wells, and Jessica Ortner.

Latest Episodes

How to end a tapping session

When we are tapping for a specific issue it can often feel as if there is a small bit of it remaining that we can't quite put our finger on. It seems like a shadow of the issue hanging around in the background, rather than the issue itself. Here is the simple tool I use to finish off tapping for an issue (and it takes less than 30 seconds).

9 min6 d ago
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How to end a tapping session

Tapping for Chronic Illness and Pain w/ Dr. Peta Stapleton

It can be difficult to tap for chronic illness and chronic pain because we don't often know the story behind the problem. In this conversation Dr. Peta Stapleton shares some of the early findings of the latest studies being conducted on how to tap effectively for chronic issues when we don't know the root cause.

30 min1 w ago
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Tapping for Chronic Illness and Pain w/ Dr. Peta Stapleton

Why I'm OK with the bad choices I'm making

Recently I have changed my mind about making bad choices. I am now OK with the bad choices I sometimes make, but only on the condition that those bad choices are also conscious choices. In this week's podcast I talk about why I have come to this decision and how it has actually helped me to make better choices.

15 min2 w ago
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Why I'm OK with the bad choices I'm making

Tapping in less than 10 minutes a day

Because tapping is such a powerful tool, we can get stuck by not knowing what to tap on first. To make it easier, here is the tapping I do to start my day. It takes less than 10 minutes and it will set you up for a successful day.

8 min3 w ago
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Tapping in less than 10 minutes a day

Tapping To Let Go Of Old Identities

We often respond to the world not from what we think in the moment, but how we identify ourselves. These identities can come from our culture, our family, or from the ways in which we'd like to see ourselves. When this happens we start to judge ourselves not based on the choices we are making, but by how we are living up to these identities. This week we tap to let go of any identities we have picked up that are not serving us.

16 minAUG 19
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Tapping To Let Go Of Old Identities

The Reason Why You Don't Tap More & How To Overcome It

One of the most common struggles I hear from my readers, listeners, and clients is not tapping as much as they would like. There are two reasons why we don't tap more often. Learn how to overcome both of them in this week's podcast.

17 minAUG 12
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The Reason Why You Don't Tap More & How To Overcome It

Attachment Trauma v Generational Trauma w/ Mark Wolynn

We now understand that trauma can be passed from generation to generation through our genes. Most of the time when we are tapping we are looking for the moments in our past which caused the problem, but if we are tapping for an issue we have inherited there isn't going to be any memory for use to investigate. In this interview Mark Wolynn talks about the difference between attachment and generational trauma, how to tell which we are dealing with, and how to approach each.

41 minAUG 5
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Attachment Trauma v Generational Trauma w/ Mark Wolynn

Not knowing what to say when tapping w/ Nancy Forrester

One of the most common questions I receive is "What words should I say when tapping?" In this conversation Nancy Forester shares a simple framework for knowing how to come up with the tapping phrases that work best.

46 minJUL 29
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Not knowing what to say when tapping w/ Nancy Forrester

Why Tapping Works w/ David Feinstein, PhD

The two most common questions that people new to tapping ask are "Does tapping work?" and "How does it work?" In this conversation David Feinstein provides clear answers to both of those questions that are backed up by scientific research.

36 minJUL 22
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Why Tapping Works w/ David Feinstein, PhD

Lessons Learned From Tapping With Clients

I have been tapping for almost 15 years and working with clients for over 10 years. In that time I have learned so much about the healing process and how to get the most out of tapping. This week I share a number of those lessons. If you would like to get more out of your tapping practice, I encourage you to join me for my *Mastering the Art of Delivery* training. Full details at http://TappingArtOfDelivery.com

21 minJUL 18
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Lessons Learned From Tapping With Clients

Latest Episodes

How to end a tapping session

When we are tapping for a specific issue it can often feel as if there is a small bit of it remaining that we can't quite put our finger on. It seems like a shadow of the issue hanging around in the background, rather than the issue itself. Here is the simple tool I use to finish off tapping for an issue (and it takes less than 30 seconds).

9 min6 d ago
Comments
How to end a tapping session

Tapping for Chronic Illness and Pain w/ Dr. Peta Stapleton

It can be difficult to tap for chronic illness and chronic pain because we don't often know the story behind the problem. In this conversation Dr. Peta Stapleton shares some of the early findings of the latest studies being conducted on how to tap effectively for chronic issues when we don't know the root cause.

30 min1 w ago
Comments
Tapping for Chronic Illness and Pain w/ Dr. Peta Stapleton

Why I'm OK with the bad choices I'm making

Recently I have changed my mind about making bad choices. I am now OK with the bad choices I sometimes make, but only on the condition that those bad choices are also conscious choices. In this week's podcast I talk about why I have come to this decision and how it has actually helped me to make better choices.

15 min2 w ago
Comments
Why I'm OK with the bad choices I'm making

Tapping in less than 10 minutes a day

Because tapping is such a powerful tool, we can get stuck by not knowing what to tap on first. To make it easier, here is the tapping I do to start my day. It takes less than 10 minutes and it will set you up for a successful day.

8 min3 w ago
Comments
Tapping in less than 10 minutes a day

Tapping To Let Go Of Old Identities

We often respond to the world not from what we think in the moment, but how we identify ourselves. These identities can come from our culture, our family, or from the ways in which we'd like to see ourselves. When this happens we start to judge ourselves not based on the choices we are making, but by how we are living up to these identities. This week we tap to let go of any identities we have picked up that are not serving us.

16 minAUG 19
Comments
Tapping To Let Go Of Old Identities

The Reason Why You Don't Tap More & How To Overcome It

One of the most common struggles I hear from my readers, listeners, and clients is not tapping as much as they would like. There are two reasons why we don't tap more often. Learn how to overcome both of them in this week's podcast.

17 minAUG 12
Comments
The Reason Why You Don't Tap More & How To Overcome It

Attachment Trauma v Generational Trauma w/ Mark Wolynn

We now understand that trauma can be passed from generation to generation through our genes. Most of the time when we are tapping we are looking for the moments in our past which caused the problem, but if we are tapping for an issue we have inherited there isn't going to be any memory for use to investigate. In this interview Mark Wolynn talks about the difference between attachment and generational trauma, how to tell which we are dealing with, and how to approach each.

41 minAUG 5
Comments
Attachment Trauma v Generational Trauma w/ Mark Wolynn

Not knowing what to say when tapping w/ Nancy Forrester

One of the most common questions I receive is "What words should I say when tapping?" In this conversation Nancy Forester shares a simple framework for knowing how to come up with the tapping phrases that work best.

46 minJUL 29
Comments
Not knowing what to say when tapping w/ Nancy Forrester

Why Tapping Works w/ David Feinstein, PhD

The two most common questions that people new to tapping ask are "Does tapping work?" and "How does it work?" In this conversation David Feinstein provides clear answers to both of those questions that are backed up by scientific research.

36 minJUL 22
Comments
Why Tapping Works w/ David Feinstein, PhD

Lessons Learned From Tapping With Clients

I have been tapping for almost 15 years and working with clients for over 10 years. In that time I have learned so much about the healing process and how to get the most out of tapping. This week I share a number of those lessons. If you would like to get more out of your tapping practice, I encourage you to join me for my *Mastering the Art of Delivery* training. Full details at http://TappingArtOfDelivery.com

21 minJUL 18
Comments
Lessons Learned From Tapping With Clients
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