Here are specific emotional releasing benefits for each of the Tapping Points.
I wish to highlight that EFT can work in 2 particular ways:
If any Tapping point PINGS out at you, I suggest you gently rub/massage that area for a couple of moments, quieten your breathing for a minute or so and you will feel better; able to deal with the rest of the day.
Regardless of how slightly inconvenient or how bloody difficult a problem seems, it probably still needs dealt with. Procrastinating doesn’t help much either and if you are consciously wanting to sort things out then Tapping is a gift which can and will help you.
Eye Brow – Relieves trauma and fears, increases courage and energy levels
Side of Eye – Relieves lethargy, increases calmness, enables decision making and determination
Under Eye- Creates harmony, contentment- useful in addiction, anxiety and deprivation
Under Nose- Relieves embarrassment, shyness, feelings of panic and shock, good for allergies
Chin – Self-empowerment, removes fatigue, alleviates feelings of shame, strengthens the
(under lip ) system
Collar Bone- Increases willpower, promotes gentleness, relieves mental strain, pain control centre, important point for entire body mind system
Under Arm- Clears the mind, improves concentration and decision making, relieves anxiety and addictive urges
Outside edge of Thumb – a positive outlook, works with obsessive behaviour
Outside edge Index finger – relieves guilt, resentment, understanding, forgiving
Middle finger – releases feeling of inferiority, jealousy, regret, allergies, humour
Little finger – empathy, compassion, unconditional love, helps memory, optimism
Gamut point (just lower than knuckles between little finger and ring finger) physical pain relief, despair, depression, emotional baggage
Karate Point dissolves self-sabotage, self-hatred, increases self-esteem, self-confidence
Intuitively you will favour a point and that’s very useful; you can even massage discreetly when at meetings and noone need know. Possibly you do that unconsciously anyway!
Key point:The self-treating- some emotions are just too difficult to deal with and it is recommended to consult with a qualified practitioner.