The Tapping Tree

For people who like visuals, this Tapping Tree is a great tool. It was designed by Lindsay Kenny and shared by Nick Ortner in his Tapping Solution book.

You decide on an issue you want to work on. You draw a tree, with trunk, roots, branches and leaves. In the trunk you write the events that contributed to this issue, in the branches you write the emotions those events bring up, in the leaves you write the symptoms like  your current behaviors and blocks, and in the roots the limiting beliefs you adopted because of those events.

Then you give a name to that tree and a number in intensity of stress.

The next thing is to tap on everything you wrote in no particular order.

You’ll see. Things shift, the stress goes down. Notice how the beliefs are a strong part of that tree.

Let me know if you tried that technique and if it helped you.

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