Tapping an important emotional management tool you want to develop now!
Dr. Rivene and Jim share the importance of Tapping, the emotional management tool when you can’t come to the office, and how to expand your use of it.
We are recreating ourselves for a few weeks and have experienced the importance of the tapping, emotional management tool, and how we wish you could all become tapping experts yourself to handle emotional triggers and pain when you are not able to come to the office. Dr. Rivene is letting go of accumulated pain in her knees, knees are about not moving forward and the liver, which has not stopped her from trekking but reminds her of unresolved emotions asking to be looked at.
We found two wonderful videos from Nick and Jessica Ortner that review and broaden the uses of tapping, emotional management tool. Jessica’s extended tapping on releasing stress and overwhelm in particular is a great tapping session that Dr. Rivene found very useful in reducing the pain in her knees and we have used it several times this trip and are continuing to watch it.
Dr. Rivene encourages all her patients to tap in the reversal of their NET’s in the office and at home in morning and evening to reprogram the self-conscious with new beliefs and affirmation of a positive nature. Patients who attend the full retreat programs are taught by Jim the basic pain and reversal of negative emotion protocols (even though I have [neg, emotion] I love and accept myself). Nick in his video shows this same protocol and another one based on releasing limiting beliefs and blocks that is quite good. Jessica’s is a great one for releasing stress that is another protocol to use.
Tapping Videos, learn this emotional management tool yourself.