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General Tapping Protocol and the Energy Body

Hi Everyone,
I began tapping the sequence of points after the Heart Position, trying different pressures and sequences of tapping, not really feeling any significant body sensations, although when I tapped a few rounds on stress and energy, I did feel lighter and more alert and energised.
Then I began to apply my attention to think in terms of tapping energy points with my energy hands, and this took my attention away from my physical body which I thought would help me better to actually feel the energies moving.
Subsequently it just dropped into my mind that maybe the energy body is non-local and surrounds the physical body, so maybe tapping slightly above the points (not touching the physical body) would be interesting.
When I did thus, I did feel more connected to the energy body, but at each point I tapped above, I got a picture of an event or a person, so I thought maybe these are energy events that have registered and lodged an effect on my energy body or are information-rich and need processing/evolving and moving through as they are bocks to my chest energy flow.
I also wondered if I could/should apply the Star Matrix patterns/protocols to sine of them.
Is there any benefit or detriment to tapping above not physically on the eft points?
Maybe it is the non-local asoect of the energy body is where our Beverly busted interact with one another.
Id be very interested in any responses to this
Cherrill (Dean)
Feb 1, 2021


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