Bee Stings Burns and Bruises

Posted by Jennifer Davidson on  27th March 2015
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Bees are sweet where they belong! But not quite so sweet when they sting…Luckily, there’s a instant remedy. Think of tapping as an invisible first-aid kit that you always carry with you. Not long ago, I was awoken in the middle of the night by a mysterious noise from outside my houseboat. Padding groggily onto the pontoon in my pyjamas to investigate, I banged my calf hard into a mooring post. Weeks later, I still have

If In Doubt…Tap Here!

Posted by Jennifer Davidson on  22nd June 2015
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Category: How-to
Normally when I’m tapping, I like to use all nine key points and proceed in a leisurely manner. Sometimes, however, time or space are tight, and tapping on just one point can feel like a lifesaver. This was the case for me a couple of weeks ago. I had the pleasure, along with my fellow Holistic London practitioners, of manning our booth at the Mind Body Spirit Festival at Olympia. We were offering a free

Ranting & Venting

Posted by Jennifer Davidson on  7th February 2016
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Sometimes it feels good to rant, vent, stomp, and let off steam. There’s a risk, though, that it can backfire and leave you feeling worse later. The good news is: you can have your cake and eat it too, provided you practice ranting-while-tapping (as opposed to “just-plain-ranting”). There’s a world of difference between the two. I’ve recently come up with a helpful analogy that I offer—albeit slightly cautiously—to my new clients. It’s a fundamentally un-lovely

Tapping Positive Choices

Posted by Jennifer Davidson on  7th February 2016
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Category: How-to, Tapping Choices
I love this quote by Wayne Dyer: “With everything that has happened to you, you can either feel sorry for yourself, or treat what has happened as a gift. Everything is either an opportunity to grow, or an obstacle to keep you from growing. You get to choose.” In my last blog, I sang the praises of “tap the crap,” noting that stuck emotions, like blocked toilets, need flushing. Today’s blog moves swiftly into more

“You and I” tapping

Posted by Jennifer Davidson on  7th February 2016
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Have you ever considered how you talk to yourself? I sometimes do it out loud. It started, innocently enough, with me and my dog. “Hey BearBear,” I’d say brightly (she hiding, sensing what’s coming) “I know it’s pouring, but we do still have to go for a walk!”   All too soon, this morphed into actually hearing myself say: “come on Jennifer, stop procrastinating and just do that …” (fill in the blank: nasty chore) Either