You know that feeling when you're about to do something completely nerve-wracking? Or you suddenly wake up in the middle of the night and feel panicked by everything that didn't get done the day before? Or maybe you're feeling lots of fear or anxiety about the state of the world right now?
If you think about any of this too long, all the blood rushes from your head and your arms feel weak and tingly. You may feel out of control and so anxious you could burst. What is going on and how do you stop it?
If you're feeling any of this, I'd like to introduce you to a special kind of meditation called “tapping” (also known as EFT).
You may have heard of “tapping” meditations, but have no idea what they're used for or if they could help you. Don't worry, you're not alone… and you're in for a treat.
In this episode of The Danette May Show, I sit down with the author and founder of The Tapping Solution best-selling book and app, Nick Ortner. Nick's life was changed so much by tapping, he has made it his mission in life to share tapping with people around the world.
During our conversation, Nick opens up about how he discovered tapping meditation, what it is, what it's used for, how it can help you, and how to do it. He even leads us through a brief tapping session so we can let go of anxiety after tapping for just a few minutes.
There's fascinating science behind tapping, and I suspect if you give it a try, you'll find some real benefit in it. This could be what heals you from past traumas, eases your anxiety, and helps you focus. I personally have taken Nick's course and have put his teachings to use in my own life, AND in my daughters' lives. Tapping has helped my daughter overcome test-taking anxiety, so as a Mama, I can vouch for its effectiveness.
Whether you're curious or skeptical, I invite you to give this episode a watch. Try the bonus short tapping meditation session and see what it does for you. As Nick says, “You don't have to believe me, just give it 5 minutes and you will see.”
Once you've watched, please leave a comment either here or on YouTube to let me know what you think — I'm truly curious.
And please, as always, don't forget to like and subscribe while you're over on YouTube! If you find this episode to be beneficial, please share with a friend.
Watch on YouTube HERE.