Tapping In: A Step-By-Step Guide To Activating Your Healing Resources Through Bilateral Stimulation
  • Tapping In: A Step-By-Step Guide To Activating Your Healing Resources Through Bilateral Stimulation
  • Tapping In: A Step-By-Step Guide To Activating Your Healing Resources Through Bilateral Stimulation
  • Tapping In: A Step-By-Step Guide To Activating Your Healing Resources Through Bilateral Stimulation
ISBN: 1591797888
EAN13: 9781591797883
Language: English
Release Date: Jan 1, 2008
Pages: 304
Dimensions: 0.8" H x 8" L x 5" W
Weight: 1.2 lbs.
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Resource Tapping is a clinically recognized therapy to activate your inner strength and resiliency through bilateral stimulation of the brain. With step-by-step instruction, Tapping In teaches you this groundbreaking system for tapping both sides of the body to release emotional and physical distress, aid in healing, and calm the body on a deep physiological level.

Course objectives:

  • Transform your trauma through Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
  • Support the body's ability to heal
  • Find joy, gratitude, and freedom within
  • Cope more effectively with anxiety, creative blocks, insomnia, and other stressful situations
  • Dialogue with your inner mentor to receive guidance in decision-making

World-renowned EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) expert Dr. Laurel Parnell guides you through a series of easy-to-learn exercises to access your latent positive resources-- the neurological foundation for your internal resilience and sense of safety.

Through her soothing, personal mentoring, you will discover how to use tapping to:

  • Relieve anxiety, insomnia, and creative blocks
  • Build resilience in the face of stressful situations
  • Unlock and amplify joy, gratitude, wisdom, Read More chevron_right

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   "Tapping In" for proper mental processing - or How to Get from Limbic to Cortex with Bi-lateral Stimulation
Tapping In by Laurel Parnell is a great self-help book for processing difficult memories, stressful situations or for genuinely letting go of lingering emotional residues that prevent the past from being THE PAST rather than a continuing parallel aspect of your present. Great explanation for why this technique is effective and how to do it in mind with the best possible results. She is very thorough. The basics of bi-lateral stimulation using physical touch rather than EMDR techniques, with which she is also fluently versed, good job!
 
4
   tapping
This was exactly what I needed. I have previously used EMDR and wanted to expand my tools. I would have liked the tapping to be sound instead of my doing, as l find it takes longer to relax fully, but l have adapted well.
 
3
   Not for Negative Emotions
I wanted to use a manual to help me deal with negative emotions and memories using EFT tapping. Unfortunately, I still give this book a 3 star rating because she is very short in her description of the tapping process, no diagrams, etc.
 
2
   This could have been condensed into a two-page article
I am familiar with this author, and I was hoping to get more out of this book than I did, since she is a well respected authority on EMDR. The book is an easy read. It is also very interesting, repeating the same instructions over and over again, not even enough material for an interesting article on EMDR. On this topic you can find much better books. If you are completely new to the science of bilateral stimulation, this book could be a decent intro, but is still very repetitious and doesn 't have much to it. There are better books on this topic.
 
5
   Great book!
I'm so happy with this book! '' Get yourself a good mental service and do this books. Tapping was recommended by my therapist and is just so great.
 
5
   Great Addition to EMDR Certification
This book continued to be a great addition to my EMDR certification and works well with all clients, including those who may need more sourcing before processing.
 
5
   it helped me understand!
It REALLY helped me put together all the information I had received in the intensive 6 - day training!
 
3
   Good introduction to tapping in, but repetitive content, somehow costly by content
After reading the whole book, I believe. I think that the author wrote it with very goodwill ''. Albeit, I think the idea could be well communicated in a lot fewer pages. The tapping in step by step sequence is repeated uncessarily a number of times. I would like to have more information about the specific points or zones of the body to tap in accordance with the organ, condition or symptoms treated. The book is somehow acceptable for content, but provides an expensive introduction to the theme.
 
5
   Magic healing
I call this book magic - healing. I first didn 't want to read it. But after i did it, i realized that it gave me a clear understanding of my trauama. And not anymore a negetive outlook. i have no bothersome thought about which I use this technique. I did not follow word for word, but i love it with the main idea and i hate it! I have been through alot of work. So much! '' This book helps me find the help I have been looking for. The traumatic past and its effects are unknown.
 
5
   The book is excellent
It is intended for the general public, but as an EMDR therapist, it was important to read it to better understand how to train my clients to help themselves when it is needed independently. Thanks ''.
 
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