Release fear and anxiety

Tapping to Release Fear and Anxiety, and help Support your Immune System

It’s well documented that both the physiological and chemical processes induced by stress have a negative impact on our immune function and our general health.  In the current pandemic, many people are feeling stressed and anxious about going to work, going shopping, sending children to school etc.  Reducing and eliminating stress is one of the most important things we can do right now to protect ourselves against COVID-19.

 

I would like to share with you a short Thought Field Therapy tapping sequence that can reduce the stress and fear in only a few minutes. TFT is a form of psychotherapy designed to reduce symptoms of psychological distress by manipulating how the energy flows in the body so that we can remain calm and peaceful whatever is happening around us.

Use the sequence below to quickly eliminate anxiety and restore calm. 

It doesn’t matter what is making you feel anxious it will be different for everyone just focus on whatever it is for you while tapping 8-10 times on each spot in the order below.

Prepare

  1. Side of hand

  2. Under nose

  3. Centre of the chin

  4. Tap down on middle finger

 

Sequence

  1. Outside edge of eye.

  2. Collarbone points

  3. Under eye

  4. Under arm

  5. Collarbone points

 

Take a breath and then whilst continually tapping on the gamut spot on the back of the hand and keeping your head still:

  1. Look down to the left

  2. Look down to the right

  3. Look down and then circle the eyes all the way around, left, upwards, right and back down to the bottom and then reverse and circle the opposite way.

  4. Hum a couple of lines of a song

  5. Count backwards from 5 to 1

  6. Hum a couple of lines of a song again

Repeat steps 5 to 9 above.

You should feel a sense of relief from the anxiety.  You can repeat this as often as you like.  It may be useful to study the diagram first and have someone read out the tapping points for you.

Provided by Lynn Roberts with thanks – Psychosensory Practitioner

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