Tapping Technique and Tapping Chart
You can tap on one or both sides of the body. Tap with several fingers to maximize your chances of hitting the actual energy meridian. For a much more detailed description of how to tap, what the tapping points are and a more thorough and informative guide, see EFT Guide.
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Set-Up: Karate Chop Point
Tap the fleshy outside part of one hand the the fingers of the other hand.Karate Chop
Tap with one-three fingers at the starting point of the eyebrows.Eyebrow
2. Side of Eye
Tap with several fingers, gently on the temple and bony orbit on the outer edge of the eye.Side of Eye
3. Under Eye
Tap with two or three fingers on the bony ridge just under the eye – gently!Under Eye
4. Under Nose
Tap right in the center point between the nose and mouth. Use the pressure of your middle finger.Under Nose
Tap right in the center, at the indentation of your chin. The middle finger pressure is what counts.Chin
Tap firmly, with three fingers, on either side of the sternum and just below the collarbone. You can alternatively use one hand – the thumb on one side of the sternum, your fingers on the other.Collarbone
7. Under Arm
Tap or slap firmly, with several fingers or your whole hand, anywhere along the ribs under the armpit. If one place hurts, tap there.Under Arm
8. Top of Head
Tap with all five fingers of one hand, in a circular motion, to cover the many meridians crossing over the head.Top of Head
Here is a tapping chart that will help you as you learn the EFT tapping points. Remember – all points are approximate locations. You don’t have to get it exactly right for it to be effective.
Do you have a favorite point or additional points you like to tap on? Leave a comment below and tell us about ‘em!