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Meridian Tapping???


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I was looking online for a book or something to help me get through the emotional pain caused by my recent relationship failing. I ran accross the book, "Five Simple Steps to Emotional Healing" by Gloria Arenson and it is about Meridian tapping. I've heard great things about this book about how it has helped people through phobias, emotional pain, physical pain, and even helped people professionaly in that it gave them a sense of confidence and self-esteem.

 

Has anyone tried this method or know of anyone who has? I'm just curious how well it works.

 

-Shep

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Absolutely. Just did some tonight to go to sleep.

 

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Just one entry on he net. First I went to. Real tired now.

Click on Qi Gong there too. Had that just suggested by a Reiki II teacher I jsut met.

Doing my Reiki II treaining now. check it out. It's excellent for your problem and much more. It's "laying of hands" healing, but also rather pshchosynthetic as well. Get to root of inner core self problems. Very liberating. Too tired to explain better than that.

Look into it findout who does Reiki in your area, and google it.

Try link removed and get his e-news-letter. Enjoy the knowledge. get out of it what you put it. Can change you and make you in control of whatever you need.

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Actually, if you're grieving because of a failed relationship, let yourself grieve and feel your pain in all its rawness. I say this because until we've released the emotions around a particular event, we can't move on from there.

 

Looking for something to alleviate the pain will only prolong the grieving process. A reaction to a sad event is not at all the same as an 'inner core problem' or a phobia, which relates to old, old stuff. This is something happening in reaction to an event in the here and now, and you can use it to grow and let the feelings change you - it's part of the process of letting go.

 

Yes, get plenty of support while you go through this. But the cliche: 'The only way out is through' is absolutely right. I do feel for you; I know it's excruciating and the only thing you want to do is stop feeling it - but, sadly, that's what you need to do if you want to move on!

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EFT isn't bad for helping to guide the grief... (emotional freedom technique). I used that my last breakup at the request of a counselor and was surprised at how well it worked. I'd thought it was kind of goofy before that. I find it works best with the counselor in the room to listen for some reason.... maybe the external validation?

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EFT isn't bad for helping to guide the grief... (emotional freedom technique). I used that my last breakup at the request of a counselor and was surprised at how well it worked. I'd thought it was kind of goofy before that. I find it works best with the counselor in the room to listen for some reason.... maybe the external validation?

 

so is EFT the same or similar to this tapping? i'll defiantly look into it

 

EDIT: ok...so i just found a website on EFT and i tried it out a few times. the first 3 times i did it it made me smile and laugh a lot. i couldn't explain why but i just felt the urge to laugh and i couldn't stop smiling. i did it about 5 total times and by the 5th it didn't quite make me smile as much...i assume because the first 4 times corrected the balance in my body. this stuff is amazing! i can't wait until that book arrives!

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