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Tapping Q & A - Getting the most out of tapping and EFT

By: Gene Monterastelli
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  • EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) Tapping is a powerful tool for reducing pain, physical trauma, and eliminating limiting beliefs. Each week tapping expert, Gene Monterastelli, and his amazing guests answer the most common (and uncommon) questions on how to get the most out of EFT. If you want to maximize your success with tapping, this is an indispensable resource. The host of the Tapping Q & A Podcast, Gene Monterastelli, works one-on-one with small business owners and entrepreneurs to help them eliminate self-sabotage so that they can take the actions they need to take to be successful, starting with the most important tasks first. Past guests of the show have included Mary Ayers, Dr. Peta Stapleton, Julie Schiffman, Brad Yates, Rick Hanson, Ph.D., Mark Wolynn, Rick Wilkes, Carol Look, Steve Wells, and Jessica Ortner.
    Gene Monterastelli 2007-2020
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Episodes
  • Tapping for perfectionism (Pod #615)
    Jun 12 2024

    There is a natural human tendency to want to make sure everything is "exactly right" before we take action. That's because when everything is exactly right, we can be as sure as we can be of getting the results we desire.

    Our subconscious mind takes this idea to the extreme because its key driver is the need to keep us safe. In addition, it has a tendency to overreact when things go wrong.

    Here's how it goes:

    • The subconscious wants us to be safe
    • Any small thing that goes wrong is not only unsafe, the subconscious mind judges it as catastrophic
    • The easiest way to make we are safe is to do everything "perfectly"
    • As perfection is generally an unrealistic and unattainable goal, the subconscious holds us back from taking action while waiting for ideal circumstances that never come

    On the surface, this logic makes sense except for the fact that things will never be perfect. That leads us to over-thinking and failing to take decisive action.

    This week in the podcast I share a simple concept and how to incorporate this concept into your tapping so you can avoid getting caught in this unproductive trap.

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    21 mins
  • What the novel Dune taught me about fear AND how that impacts my tapping (Pod #614)
    Jun 5 2024

    One of the reasons I love art is because it gives us the ability to communicate meaning in ways that we aren't always able to do when simply talking about our lives.

    We have all heard the expression that "a picture is worth a thousand words", which is true, and it is so much more than just that.

    The genres of science fiction and fantasy offer us the opportunity to explore the human experience without the political and cultural baggage of our modern world.

    Recently, I have been listening to the audiobook version of Frank Herbert's Dune. One of the underlying themes is how our emotions impact our ability to make good choices in moments of crisis.

    There is one particular litany that the main character Paul recites multiple times in the story to calm his fear in the moment.

    In this week's podcast I explore how that litany and Paul's journey to conquer his fear has impacted my tapping. I even built a tapping script based on the book's text.

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    18 mins
  • Tapping to create a new state (Pod #613)
    May 29 2024

    One of the reasons I love tapping so much is that it can be used for so many types of issues. It can be used to:

    • Provide emotional first aid
    • Break down a limiting belief
    • Heal a past memory
    • Manage pain
    • Clear a substance sensitivity

    For me, it is super important to know why I am tapping in each given moment. Am I simply trying to calm myself when I feel overwhelmed so I can take action OR am I dealing with emotional resistance to taking action because I fear failing at my next task?

    When I know what I am trying to accomplish, it makes it easier for me to stay on track so I can better evaluate my progress to see if I need to keep tapping on the issue.

    Over the last few months, I have come to realize there are two different types of tapping issues that I had conflated into a single issue. I was approaching how I feel in a moment and what state I am in as if they are the same thing.

    These are two distinct areas to tap for, with each having a different approach and different goals from the tapping itself.

    In this week's podcast, I break down the difference between tapping for an emotion versus tapping to change your state, when you should be tapping for each, and how to tap to change your state.

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    24 mins

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Really good, deep info on Tapping.

This is the perfect podcast for anyone who wants to do deeper into Tapping. So glad it's here on Audible!

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