In this interview with Irene Odmark Hall for the Scandinavian Tapping Summit the discussion focuses on why it is so critical to establish safety as a paramount feature of a tapping session and Craig offers insights and tips to create safety and rapport.
Acupoints and Meridian Therapy
Are You Tapping on the Karate Chop or Side of Hand Point? A few years ago I had an experience of an Asian student confirming for me something I’d been feeling for some time and that is that the Karate Chop (KC) point in EFT was offensive. At this point I’d as likely call that point KC as I would do the “tomahawk chop” at a sports event, or paint my face black. It just feels disgusting and wrong. I did some research and uncovered the following:
EFT has many lineages or precursors and perhaps one of the most important ones is the tapping stimulation of acupuncture points or acupoints. It is unlikely that there is someone who uses any of the myriads of Energy Psychology or “tapping” methodologies who does not refer to these meridian end points in describing what they do to create changes as a result of their methods.
Transformational Dialogue host, Dr. Craig Weiner explores with Dr. Norman Shealy, methods and techniques for affecting the energetic and other systems of the body through the stimulation of meridians in ways that you may not be aware are possible. This show and past interviews can be found at www.EFTtappingtraining.com C. Norman Shealy, M.D., Ph.D. is… Read More »