Forgetting to Tap?

By April 5, 2020Blog

One of the most common things that happens after someone learns tapping – is that they FORGET to tap!

Funnily enough, you can actually tap on that.  Here’s a little tapping script to clear some of that resistance/habits. Try it now and see how it affects your week:

Setup Statements:

Side of the Hand: Even though I haven’t been using tapping as much as I could, I deeply and completely accept myself.

Side of the Hand: Even though I could have made my life easier by using tapping on (fill in the blank of a recent time when you might have used it), I choose to relax and forgive myself now.

Side of the Hand: Even though I’m not used to turning to tapping to solve my problems, I choose to start using it, I choose to become more resourceful, and to remember to use this powerful tool!

Eyebrow: I haven’t been tapping..
Side of the Eye: Why not?
Under the Eye: Am I sabotaging myself?
Under Nose: Maybe…
Under Mouth: Or maybe I just forgot…
Collarbone: Maybe I’m just not used to doing this…
Under Arm: But I can start using it now…
Top of the Head: I’m tapping now!

Eyebrow: And that’s great…
Side of the Eye: I choose to remember…
Under the Eye: To Tap!
Under Nose: I choose to develop this positive habit…
Under Mouth: That can help me so much…
Collarbone: It will make my life easier…
Under Arm: And that’s a choice I want to make…
Top of the Head: I choose to tap when I most need it…

Take a deep breath…

And let it go… Repeat a few times, or focus in on anything that came up while doing those short rounds.

These scripts are designed as examples only. It is always recommended to use your own exact words and experiences in set-up statements, then generic scripts.

*Adapted from Nick Ortner