​​​​Learn EFT Tapping

Welcome to our EFT Tapping Learning Center

We have a gift for you!

Energy Tapping (also called Emotional Freedom Techniques or EFT) can bring you quick, effective RELIEF from stress, anxiety, overwhelm, pain and suffering, distressing thoughts, disturbing memories, and limiting beliefs.

It can help you connect with your inner power and transform procrastination and frustration so you can achieve your dreams. Tapping can remove the blocks to abundance, love, and vitality.

Our Guide To Getting Started With Tapping includes:

  • An introduction to Tapping and how this “strange” process evolved from ancient roots
  • How you can use tapping yourself for both emotional and physical issues
  • A handy diagram of the Tapping Points
  • Step-by-step instructions
  • Three tapping examples (we have MANY more on this website)
  • Tips for getting started without confusion and self-judgment
  • Additional resources and solutions
  • You can be tapping for relief in minutes!

You can get your copy right now as our “welcome to the world of tapping” gift using the box to the right.  (It can also be purchased from the Amazon Kindle store.)

We’ll also email to you an additional bonus e-book, 7 Tapping Scripts to Help You Live an Abundant and Thriving Life… Now! …along with other life-affirming tapping scripts and solutions. We hope you enjoy them, and we welcome your feedback and follow-up questions at support@thrivingnow.com.

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Rick WilkesCathy Vartuli
Emotional Freedom Coaches


Click for more EFT Tapping Tips and Articles (be sure to use Next Page at the bottom of each index page since there is an Abundance to choose from!)

Here you can find links to our free favorite articles, audios, and videos.

Tapping ImagesIf you have your own website or blog, we have free resources you can use on your sites, too, including images of the EFT Tapping Points.

Or… do you want to know more about using EFT Tapping for:

 
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  • “I am a counsellor for students 11yrs to 16yrs. I regularly use EFT in my sessions & I find your hand outs extremely helpful.” — Counselor, Braunton Academy

  • Kate Meyer says:

    Hello Rick and Kathy. I have used EFT for several years now, finding it really amazing for certain issues and then aggravating for others. My last experience with this tool has left me afraid to use it again for fear of it having the same negative effect as the last time. I was working with an EFT practitioner on anxiety and grief manifesting in body and mind and included affirmations at the same time under her recommendation. I was also working with a functional practitioner at the same time and he was trying various amino acids to balance my levels of GABA, serotonin, dopamine etc and unfortunately my body didn’t take kindly to some which made my symptoms of anxiety and sadness worse. I thought the EFT may calm my nervous system during this time, but it seemed to make the symptoms worse – almost as if my nervous system was just to sensitized to cope with the tapping. Could you recommend a way to integrate ECT back into my daily routine in a more gentle way? The mornings (as I wake up ) are the most uncomfortable part of my day – my dr feels that my nervous system may be hyper-sensitive to cortisol (which rises normally in the morning) – even if the levels are within the normal range. We are still looking for the optimal amino-acid combination to increase and balance GABA, serotonin etc.

    Your advice would me so appreciated.

    • I hear your wisdom in the words “more gentle way.”

      When our body is in a place where our balance is both precious AND precarious, the tiniest steps — while on the surface can seems “too slow” or “too insignificant” can be just what we need.

      I’ve discovered (the hard way) that if someone recommends a certain dose of something, I start MUCH smaller.

      A meaningful kind of tapping can be… not tapping. Touch the point, breathe, feel the energy flowing (and not flowing), then go to the next point, touch, breathe, feel, listen, and continue. Do that one round. Ask your body-mind-guidance beforehand — is this right for me right now? Go with guidance has worked for me… and it’s okay to “not” — and definitely better to “not” than to push — even if we really want the healing that bringing our body to more resilient balance can bring.

      I hope this helps! Questions welcome… ~Rick

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