than not this happens when the SUDS have already come down to a more
comfortable level, but it can happen at any time, and even with people who
usually find relieving their symptoms a breeze.
With energy therapies being as new as they are,
it's often possible that clients think immediately, "Oh it doesn't work", but
what has usually happened is that the process has become "stuck" in some way.
Knowing strategies to "unstick stuck states" makes the difference between a
"8 out of 10" success rate, and a near perfect one. Here are some
suggestions sent to the email@example.com
discussion group recently:
Thanks to Susan Courtney (UK), Chrissie
Hardisty (UK), Silvia Hartmann (UK), Christine Sutherland (AUS)
Address Deep Level Reversal - Tap GV-27, UN, while repeating 'I deeply and
completely accept myself even if I NEVER get over this problem'
Another powerful wording is, "Even if I loose my identity if I get over
this problem, I deeply & profoundly accept myself".
modalities and go for a metaphor on the problem first (see related article);
Address Parts Problems and
conflicts by using set ups such as "Even though I want a AND b"
or, "Even there is a part of me that doesn't want x";
Take over the tapping and tap them yourself; if
you're stuck, have someone else tap you instead;
Have a drink of
water (and/or get client/self up to drink);
Rub sore spot or both K27's
while tapping EB to UA;
Slap points below wrists (inner gate?) and
Change location or
face another direction;
Change set-up statement;
"re-align" clients energy flow or have someone re-align yours;
state after each round, perhaps having the client/self stand up and move
around a little or even look out of the window.
Use collar bone
breathing or variations on 9 gamut;
Use Larry Nim's BSFF with the
statement: "I am now eliminating all the roots and the deepest belief system
for this problem."
Create "personal algorithm" by feeling all the
points and concentrating on those that appear tender or feel
Combine with deep relaxation/hypnosis; -
about why it's important to keep the problem from getting any better, first,
or tap for "Even though I don't know why I'm stuck on this, I deeply and
profoundly accept myself".