The Tapping Solution for Pain Relief

The Tapping Solution for Pain Relief

A Step-by-step Guide to Reducing and Eliminating Chronic Pain

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Presents a startling alternative for pain management: he lays out a step-by-step plan that teaches people how to use tapping, or EFT (emotional freedom techniques), to reduce or eliminate chronic pain. Looking at the scientific research surrounding pain, stress, and tapping, he [examines] how powerful tapping can be, and then outlines tips and techniques to address pain in both the short and long term. Ortner guides readers on a journey that begins on the surface--tapping to address the pain itself--and moves to the deeper issues that often affect pain.
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ISBN: 9781401947675
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Derringer
Oct 08, 2016

When it comes to the likes of New Age "self-help" books and dealing with chronic physical pain - I believe that "The Tapping Solution" should not be viewed as a "be-all-end-all" answer to complete recovery. No way.

And, even though I believe that this book's author, Nick Ortner, is not a quack, but genuinely honest and sincere in offering his "tapping" advice to his readers....

I'm convinced that this rather unconventional method for seeking relief from pain is not going to show any results unless one fully commits themselves to the "tapping" discipline that Ortner clearly outlines here.

I mean - "Tapping" is (in a sense) very much like hypnotism (which is all based on auto-suggestion) - And, if you don't believe in it, then, let's face it - It just ain't gonna work.

But, with that said - For anyone who's interested in at least trying Ortner's "tapping" method - This book is certainly worth checking out.

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ManMachine
Oct 02, 2016

When it comes to the likes of New Age "self-help" books and dealing with chronic physical pain - I believe that "The Tapping Solution" should not be viewed as a "be-all-end-all" answer to complete recovery. No way.

And, even though I believe that this book's author, Nick Ortner, is not a quack, but genuinely honest and sincere in offering his "tapping" advice to his readers....

I'm convinced that this rather unconventional method for seeking relief from pain is not going to show any results unless one fully commits themselves to the "tapping" discipline that Ortner clearly outlines here.

I mean - "Tapping" is (in a sense) very much like hypnotism (which is all based on auto-suggestion) - And, if you sincerely don't believe in it, then, let's face it - It just ain't gonna work.

But, with that said - For anyone who's interested in at least trying Ortner's "tapping" method - This book is certainly worth checking out..... (*Watch "tapping" video-clip*)

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