EFT Tapping Points



EFT Tapping Points Descriptions

 

 

 

Karate Chop Point

Karate Chop Point

 

Karate Chop Point: (KC)It is mainly used for the EFT setup statement. It is located on the soft fleshy part of the hand between the pinky finger and the wrist. Releases: psychological reversal (feeling stuck or frozen), inability to let go, resistance to change, sorrow, feeling vulnerable, worry, obsession, compulsive behavior. Allows: Ability to move forward, letting go of the old, healing from grief, finding happiness in and connecting to the present moment. (Small Intestine Meridian)

 

 

 

 


Eyebrow Point

Eyebrow Point

 

 

 

Eyebrow Point: (EB) At the beginning of the eyebrow, just above and to one side of the nose. Releases: Trauma, hurt, sadness, restlessness, frustration, impatience, restlessness and dread. Allows: Peace and emotional healing. (Bladder Meridian)

 

 

 

 

 


Side of Eye Point

Side of Eye Point

 

Side of Eye Point: (SE) On the outside of your eye socket near the outside corner of the eye. Releases: Rage, anger, resentment, fear of change and confused thinking. Allows: Clarity and compassion. (Gall Bladder Meridian)

 

 

 

 

 


Under Eye Point

Under Eye Point

 

Under Eye Point: (UE) Located on the bone underneath the eye, directly under the pupil. Releases: Fear, anxiety, emptiness, worry, nervousness and disappointment. Allows: Contentment, calmness, and feeling safe. (Stomach Meridian)

 

 

 

 

 


Under Nose Point

Under Nose Point

 

Under Nose Point: (UN) On the small area between the bottom of your nose and the top of your upper lip. Releases: Embarrassment, powerlessness, shame, guilt, grief, fear of ridicule, fear of failure and psychological reversals. Allows: Self-acceptance, self-empowerment, and compassion for self and others. (Governing Meridian)

 

 

 

 

 


Chin Point

Chin Point

 

Chin Point: (CP) Located just below your lower lip in that crease that is on your chin. Releases: Confusion, uncertainty, shame, embarrassment and second guessing decisions. Allows: Clarity, certainty, confidence, and self-acceptance. (Central Meridian)

 

 

 

 

 


Collar Bone Point

Collar Bone Point

 

Collar Bone Point:(CB) The place where the sternum (breastbone), collarbone and the first rib meet. To locate it, first place your forefinger on the U-shaped notch at the top of the breastbone (about where a man would knot his tie). From the bottom of the U, move your forefinger down toward the navel 1 inch and then go to the left (or right) 1 inch. Releases: Psychological reversal, feeling stuck, indecision, fear, loneliness, shock, worry, and general stress. Allows: Ease in moving forward, wisdom, self-understanding, confidence, and clarity. (Kidney Meridian – Adrenal Gland Function)

 

 

 


Under Arm Point

Under Arm Point

 

Under Arm Point: (UA) About four inches down from your armpit (about where a ladies bra strap would be and for men, it is usually at the same height as nipples). Releases: Guilt, worry, obsessing, hopelessness, insecurity, and poor self esteem. Allows: Clarity, confidence, trust, honesty, relaxation, and compassion for self and others. (Spleen Meridian)

 

 

 

 


Wrist Point

Wrist Point

 

Wrist Point: (WP)  On the inside of each wrist. Tap together by crossing one wrist over the other with the insides facing. Releases: Grief, feelings of loss and longing, spiritual emptiness, shame, sadness, many regrets and diminishes nervousness. Allows: Joy, relaxation, pleasure, connection, integrity, high self-esteem and forgiveness.  (lung and pericardium meridian)

 

 

 

 


Top of Head Point

Top of Head Point

 

 

Top of Head Point: (TH) Directly on top of head.  This is an important energy center since many meridians meet at the top of the head. It is also in the area of the 7th. or Crown Chakra, which is a spiritual energy center. Some say that stimulating this area wakes up the entire energy system and encourages the body-mind to pay attention to what we are about to address. Releases: Inner critic, ‘gerbil wheel’ thinking, lack of focus. Allows: Spiritual connection, insight, intuition, focus, wisdom, spiritual discernment, clarity. (‘Hundred Meeting Points’ Meridian)

 

 

 


 

Heart Centering

Heart Centering

 

Heart Center: Place both hands over heart (one hand on top of the other). I think this is a great way to end a tapping round. You are making a direct connection between mind, body and spirit.  It immediately calms your entire body. Research by the Institute for HeartMath in California has shown that the heart is the most powerful generator of electromagnetic energy in the human body. The magnetic field produced by the heart is more than 5000 times greater in strength than the field generated by the brain.

 

 

 

 

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