Have you ever skipped a planned workout because you just didn’t want to go? Meridian tapping can help to keep you on track for your health and fitness goals. This is actually a pretty old video. Much has changed since I filmed it. I’ve moved twice, broken my arm, and changed jobs. My commitment to exercise has not changed, but the way I go about it has. I typically don’t go to the gym anymore and now do most of it at home. I’m also thinking about increasing movement rather than increasing the number or repetitions.
Don’t get me wrong, I still set goals for time, speed, and incline when on the treadmill, monitor the number of steps per day on my smart phone, and get excited if I can add weight when lifting. Setting and working toward goals is a part of my personality. In terms of health though, frequent movement seems to be as important as intense movement.
Even though I remain committed, there are days when I just have trouble getting started. That is when tapping really comes to my rescue.
Meridian tapping is an effective tool for alleviating the pain and suffering of specific fears. The video demonstrates tapping for fear of spiders but can be customized to address your own specific fears. It’s a really simple technique. To get the best result, either go look at what you are afraid of, or find a picture of it to look at before you begin the tapping.
Do you make things harder than they have to be? I know that I sometimes do. There have been many occasions when I’ve struggled through a task, and on completion been amazed (and distressed) when I realize that it could have been much simpler or easier than I made it. Perhaps it is prior programming that taught me that things worth having require work, or maybe it is the number of past experiences when change was truly difficult. I suspect that I have just been getting in my own way much of the time. This tapping video is about letting things be easier whenever that is possible and at least not making them needlessly difficult.
I often find it hard to know when it is time to take action versus time to wait. When exactly is the right time? This tapping video was inspired by portions of the Tao Te Ching, Verse 8.
When acting, remember – timing is everything
One who lives in accordance with nature
does not go against the way of things
He moves in harmony with the present moment
always knowing the truth of just what to do.
Getting back on track (GBOT) is a huge problem for people who struggle with weight when they have over-indulged. This video addresses the differences in GBOT between think and not-so-thin people and demonstrates how tapping can help.
Have you ever skipped a planned workout because you didn’t want to go? Or if you workout at home, have you skipped a workout because you just didn’t feel like doing it? I have. This video demonstrates how you can use tapping to keep you on track with your health and fitness goals.
Your decision to believe what others tell you is fact or what they tell you is possible may be preventing you from going after the things you desire and can stop you from being your authentic self. Although some people might disagree, I have had a strong tendency to believe what I’m told. Fortunately, this has been less of an issue as I’ve matured. Tap along with this video to gain more clarity about your tendency to believe what you are told.
What do you get when you combine tapping and complaining? Tap-plaining. Complaining doesn’t usually help much. It doesn’t fix anything and doesn’t usually make you feel better. When you tap while complaining you start to feel better, your persepctive shifts, and solutions become more obvious. Tap along with the video to experience how this can work.
Bedtime tapping is preventative healthcare. Not only can it help you get to sleep more easily, but it can improve the quality of your sleep, and even help the next morning get started with a clean slate. Follow along with the video and see how it works for you. I’d love some feedback from you.
Sometimes, in fact lots of times, it has seemed like today is just a repeat of yesterday. That usually doesn’t feel very satisfying and I hate the monotony. Tapping can help us to enjoy the freedom to purposefully create and experience each new moment of every new day.