I have adopted the technique of tapping before particularly difficult phone calls and at times of general stress at work (mainly when I am working from home and can do so without fear of ridicule!) and it is helping. Neil R-B, Bristol
Awesome! I was a non-believer but figured it was worth a try. Tara helped me improve my self-esteem and overcome feelings of being over self-conscious and low levels of confidence. Now I'll tap on the tube with people around me. Not bad! My trick is to focus on my feelings of being self conscious and tap for this first. Then I don't care if people are staring at me while I tap so can tap for other issues and do my collar bone breathing. Genius, right??? Andrew S. London
I was consumed by an underlying feeling of constant anxiety. Every morning I used to wake up feeling anxious. Tara worked on traumas from my childhood focussing on my mother's death when I was 12 and the effect that this had on me at the time and also the lasting effect that it had. I felt good after the session, like a large weight had been lifted and can now tell the story of how I received the news of my mother's death (30 years ago) without crying or feeling tearful. Something I had previously been unable to do. I now do not wake up with the anxiety and fear that I had had for years.
Thank you. C. Robson, South London
Everyone should do this! We should learn it at school. Emily P. Whitstable, Kent
I was unable to swallow pills since I felt as if they lodged in my throat and I was afraid I would choke in my sleep. I had to crush pills in a pestle and mortar. Within 15 minutes of tapping my anxiety came right down and, unlike other therapies I've had, I was able to test the treatment by swallowing a vitamin pill in the session. I have been happily taking my vitamins ever since! For the rest of the session we were able to work on other anxieties/phobias of mine. I really got my money's worth and I now recommend Thought Field Therapy to everyone. Janet, London
I have always been scared of heights which is very inconvenient. In our session Tara asked me to walk along the edge of a park bench while leaning on her shoulder. I did not feel comfortable doing this but after one go with TFT I decided to try again and asked if she would catch me if I stood on the edge and pushed myself forward (I had a silly personal goal of doing a skydive). We did this and I sat down saying 'I can't believe I did that!' During the tapping and after the session I felt very calm but the best part was 10 days later when I did my skydive!! I couldn't have done it without you, Tara. Cheers. Annabel,
Wish I'd known about Thought Field Therapy when I was a teenager! Graham, SE17