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How to Deepen your Meditation Practice with EFT Tapping

When you begin your meditation journey, you’ll quickly realize how powerful it is in revealing truth and peace in your life. It’s critical to deepen your meditation practice in today’s fast-paced environment, where everything is getting faster and more difficult. So continue reading to find out how to deepen your meditation practice with EFT tapping.

With regular practice you’ll find that you’ll be able to go deeper into meditation without much effort by EFT tapping before your meditations, you’ll be better able to deal with distractions and achieve a certain depth of meditation in a shorter period of time. For instance, if you tap into focus with EFT, you’ll be able to go deeper to get the full affect of your meditation each time. 

Deepening Your Practice

You may be wondering what it means to deepen your practice. It’s definitely a topic that’s difficult to put into mere words. It’s similar to talking about how to deepen your love. If you’ve been in love you’ll know in your heart what it feels like to experience the depth of love. The same is true when you meditate, you’ll know what it feels like as your practice deepens. 

How EFT Improves Your Practice:

1. focus. A big part of deepening your practice is working on an improved focus. EFT which stands for emotional freedom techniques, can work for you.

* First try doing a concentration tapping before your meditation. This will help you to refocus or get back on track by making you relax faster during your meditation. In other words, your body will calm down sooner during your meditative session. with a small focal point and don’t let your gaze go astray during your session. This may help you to keep your focus within.

* The cornerstone for success in all areas of life is clarity. EFT tapping for Clarity will assist you in clearing out the non-essentials and help you in making decisions. Clarity tapping will assist you in releasing blocks that are causing you to be confused.

2. Your breath. Your breath is also a part of your focus. It’s how you break up your life into a series of moments. Take a moment to breathe in the good and a moment to exhale the bad. Another way to deepen your practice, is to use the EFT constricted breathing technique which is useful no matter what issue or problem you are trying to solve.

* This techniques is useful because stress and negative emotions affect the quality of our breathe or lungs. and while we often overlook the changes in our breath and how they are influenced by our emotional state, it’s easy to notice if we pay attention to it.

*  Most importantly, we are indirectly treating the underlying emotional issue(s) by using EFT tapping to focus on any tightness in the breath, and the benefits are typically obvious as the breathing becomes more open and free. Which in turn gives you a more guided meditation.

This is how you do the constricted technique….

  • Inhale 2 or 3 maximum deep breaths. Take your time and don’t hyperventilate. This step will stretch out your lungs so that any EFT improvement in your breathing cannot be attributed to a normal “stretching effect” of your lungs.
  • Once you have stretched your lungs as far as they will go then take another deep breath. This time assess the deepness of your breath on a 0-10 scale where 10 is your estimate of your maximum capacity. Numbers typically vary from 3 to 9 on this. The occasional person who rates their breath at a 10 (they are usually wrong) may find that, after EFT, they will go to a 12 or 15.
  • Then do several rounds of The EFT tapping Basic Recipe with Setup phrases such as “Even though I have constricted breathing…”, “Even though I can only fill my lungs to an 8…” and so on. In between each round, take another deep breath and assess the 0-10 deepness. In the majority of cases it will keep improving.
  • If you are trying to find more clarity or specifics on your issue, you can ask yourself questions such as: “What does my constricted breath remind me of?”, “When in my past did I feel constricted or smothered?”, “If there was an emotional reason for my constricted breath, what might it be?” Often, you will hear a big clue as to an important emotional issue, and often those clues will show up after you do a round or two on the breath.

Note: I did not create this technique I found this at The Gary Craig Official Training Centers.

3. meditation and tapping Together for Good Posture. Your posture also has an impact on how deep your practice will go. Choose a position that’s comfortable for you. The way you sit or stand when you meditate is important because it sets the tone for what you’re going to do.

Your body will learn these contextual clues and know that it’s time to meditate if you can stay in the same position. This helps you form a habit and easily transition into your practice.

You may instantly re-align and center yourself by tapping. This is accomplished by tapping on certain body areas and releasing the limiting thoughts that create mental and physical suffering. This allows our natural energy to flow and repair the body, and our spine is the major channel for this energy.

* During meditation, it’s always a good idea to maintain good posture. This means: Don’t slouch! The location of your legs usually doesn’t matter as much.

* If you maintain a good posture without hunching over, you tend to maintain your alertness and you’ll be less likely to fall asleep. Remember that your goal is to remain in the present moment and not merely to relax

If you want try tapping for lack of focus before you meditate, use this link for the video “tap into focus with EFT.” In this tapping video you will be tapping on the karate chop point, for trust and the collar bone point, for clarity and will power.

Keep Up Your Meditation Practice

The most important thing for you to do is to continue practicing. After that, you can alter any other part of meditation that you believe needs to be tweaked. However, as you continue your meditative journey, you may find that you just evolve without much effort.

If you would like to know more or have questions, or feel you would like a session for rapid and lasting results You can contact me here or call me at (702) 825- 2960.

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