The cause of ALL unexplained physical pain is due to a negative emotion!!
First, focus in on your pain and determine the level of pain on a scale of one to ten, with ten being the most amount of pain you have ever experienced.
Find a sore spot on your chest, rub it in a counter-clockwise direction, and say three things in this order: “I love myself at all times and on all levels”
“I forgive my body for having this reaction”
“I release all the emotions in my body at all times and on all levels”
Tap on each spot while describing your pain, thinking about your feelings and emotions and talking about the main person involved in your feelings and emotions. Describe everything in exact detail.
Re-examine your pain. If it dropped some but there is still pain, you need to dig a little deeper for more aspects, more parts of the story that you haven’t thought of or more people or times you have felt this way in your lifetime.
Tap again on all the spots, repeating that you forgive your body for having this reaction, that you love yourself at all times and on all levels and allow the emotions to leave your body.
Keep repeating these steps until the pain has disappeared. If you seem to reach a plateau, then try the 9 gamut procedure found below. If you are still “stuck” then call me and maybe I can help get you “unstuck”
The 9 Gamut procedure should be used when you are stuck. Find the spot on the back of your hand. It is an indentation between the ring finger and the pinky finger on the flat part of your hand. It is not between the fingers. After completing the 9 gamut procedure, tap again on all the spots and repeat the lines found in step 2.
9 Gamut procedure
The Gamut Spot Location
The Gamut spot is located on the back of the hand between the ring finger and the pinky. You will feel an indentation in the groove. The indentation is the Gamut spot.
hile tapping on the Gamut spot:
Close your eyes
“I release the sadness and grief I have for this ________ for all times and on all levels”
• Tap on the index finger only and recite this paragraph:
“I forgive myself for ever taking this on. I was only doing what I thought was best; I did the best I could. At one time I thought it helped me in some way but I realize that I no longer need it. I forgive everyone involved in this. They were only doing what they thought was right; they were doing the best they could.
Adapted from a worksheet created by Stacy L DeAngelis, M.S. by Ed Portley Jr, LMT, NCTMB, EFT-ADV 5.17.11