Tapping Your Way to Health, Happiness & Abundance
Easily learned in a group
While one person addresses an issue, others tap along, learning the process and even resolving a similar issue for themselves.
Each session is self-contained, so attend one or as many as you like.
Investment: $25 a class
Upcoming Class taught by Jean Hobgood at The Open Mind Center
1575 Old Alabama Rd., Suite 213, Roswell, GA 30076.
Saturday, August 24, 2013 from 1 to 2:30 pm
Plan to Attend if:
You know you can achieve more
You say, I can’t believe I did that again!
You struggle with overcoming cravings or losing weight
You have fears that interfere with your life
You feel down, nervous, distracted, overwhelmed
You shoot yourself in the foot at work or in relationships
You have persistent habits you want to change
You lack the energy to do what you need to do
You have headaches or chronic pain
You want to improve a skill
You are not achieving the financial success you desire
You want to learn a technique you can use for the rest of your life
What is tapping? Tapping has been described as emotional acupuncture without the needles. It is based on the Chinese energy meridian theory which describes the life force, an electrical energy called Chi, as circulating throughout the body through these invisible meridians. Physical and emotional problems are considered to be caused by disturbances in this flow of energy. Physically tapping on certain meridian points can be used to release physical and emotional pain, negative beliefs that drive our lives, and old negative behavior patterns. At the end of a tapping session, the person develops peace, focus, mental clarity and the ability to take inspired action!
What tapping does, with amazing efficiency, is halt the fight-or-flight response and reprogram the brain and body to act—and react—differently….Research at Harvard Medical School over the past decade has shown that stimulation of selected meridian acupoints decreases activity in the amygdala, hippocampus (another part of the limbic system), and other parts of the brain associated with fear. In fMRI and PET brain scans, you can clearly see the amygdala’s red alert being called off when acupoints are stimulated. Nick Ortner in The Tapping Solution. The Harvard study focused on needles; another well designed study showed that stimulating the points as in tapping produced similar results in the brain. Other scientific research has documented changes in the stress hormone (cortisol), levels (24 to 50 percent less after a one hour tapping session). In research a review in the APA journal, tapping was described as appearing to meet the Division 12 criteria for designation as a “well-established treatment” for PTSD, public speaking, anxiety, and depression. Thousands of case studies have described tapping being successfully used successfully to eliminate or decrease common problems of ordinary people.
If you are intrigued and have something you want to change, come take a class or make an individual appointment to learn to use this technique to resolve a specific issue!