Tap While You Gripe is one of my favorite ways to use Emotional Freedom Techniques. It is a super simple technique. Just talk and tap.


There are times when you get angry or irritated about something. Sometimes it helps to talk it over with someone. Talking and venting your feelings can be helpful. Why not try tapping while you are talking about the issue that is bothering you. Just tap and tell the story. You can talk to a real person or pretend there is someone you are talking to.


Don’t get too worried about the exact wording you use or what order of points to tap. You don’t even really need to say the words out loud. Just focus on the negative emotion you want to clear. Keep talking and tapping.


I like to use Tap While You Gripe technique if I am really upset about something but I don’t know where to start. When you start tapping and talking, things will come to mind. Just keep tapping and expressing anything you are feeling until you have poured it all out.


You don’t need to say things out loud. You can be thinking the words as you tap. Just focus on the negative emotion while tapping.


The EFT Points


KC = Karate Chop
EB = Beginning of the Eye Brow
SE = Side of the Eye
UE = Under the Eye
UN = Under the Nose
Ch = Chin
CB = Beginning of the Collar Bone
UA = Under the Arm
WR = Inside of Wrists
TH = Top of Head


You can also tap the fingertip points. Each finger can be tapped at the base of the nail.


Try this technique sometime when you have had one of those days where you feel the need to vent a little, or when you feel angry about something. See if you notice a shift in the way you feel.


Melodie Kantner

Melodie is the author of EFT For Network Marketers, publisher of Grade A Notes Newsletter (for 14 years), Network Marketing Success for Ordinary People and Esteem Power Newsletter. She has been in the network marketing industry for 18 years, 16 years with Young Living Essential Oils. Melodie has been teaching EFT to network marketers for over 10 years.

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