How & Where To Tap Your Meridian Points To Reduce Nervousness & Anxiety - RiseEarth

How & Where To Tap Your Meridian Points To Reduce Nervousness & Anxiety


by Chemory Gunko
Collective Evolution

When you have a big event, meeting, or presentation on the horizon, you’re filled with anticipation – and nerves.

What coaching and energy healing tools can you use to make sure you are totally prepared and perform at your optimum on the day?


Tapping Your K27 Points

Take your index finger and thumb and place it on the inside of your collarbone, where the bony protrusion is located. Now move your hand about an inch down and feel around slightly in that area: your finger and thumb tips should each find a sore spot. That’s the K27 point of your kidney meridian.


This is a very useful meridian tapping point that basically allows you to put anything into your system. The other thing I like about it is that it’s easy to put your fingers on that spot in public and lightly massage when you need help and can’t get somewhere for privacy.

Either lightly rub or tap or on the area while just repeating the word of the feeling you want to put in. I often use it and say ‘peace and forgiveness’ over and over until I feel calmer and more peaceful.

You need a quick-to-use technique like this because even if you are super prepared for the day’s proceedings, nerves often hit. This one is to help you deal with on-the-day nerves. Starting to use it a few weeks beforehand will mean it becomes an unconscious habit, and you don’t have to focus on remembering to do it on the day.

Here’s a video on how to fully tap for anxiety and nervousness that can often show up in different situations in life. Simply replace stress with anxiety or nervousness for the same results.


Body Talk Performance Setup

If you shift a lot, you’ll have noticed that your system has a tendency to get thrown out of whack at the most inappropriate times – and for a big event you really can’t afford that.

A really effective solution is to have a BodyTalk session with a good practitioner a few days before the event. If you’ve never had BodyTalk before, you might need four or five sessions before you can set this up, because after a period of no sessions you always end up doing basics and plumbing so that your system can get flowing again.

Your practitioner then needs to set up the intention that your system needs performance support on certain specific dates. Your system will usually specify to the practitioner what will happen and what time it will run, probably so that it matches the meridian that will serve you best at that stage.

When we’ve done this in the past it’s usually been that at around 7 to 9 in the morning the person’s system will balance left and right energies to normalize stress thresholds, open the energy lines in the body, open chakras, and just generally get everything flowing so that you operate at your physical peak. There’s normally anchoring of the subtle senses to the brain for practical functionality as well.

It’s wise to support this with daily self-tapping, and to know the self-tapping process so that you can run it if you are feeling unfocused and overwhelmed: CLICK HERE

The Quick Coherence Technique

If I was only allowed to take one process with me for the rest of my life, the Quick Coherence Technique from Heartmath would be it.

Available with variations as a free process download on Life Coaches Toolbox, this technique is a heart based meditation and stress relief tool all built into one.

Learn the tool and practice using it as a stress buster, but also use it to put yourself into a very good space before you practice your speech or put together your presentation. Also use it to lift your mood and energy before you visualize the event so that you are putting the maximum amount of positive energy into your manifestation.

Finally, on the download is a link to the Global Coherence Initiative, which is affiliated to Heartmath. GCI runs a virtual meditation and meeting room on this platform, and the fifteen-minute meditation is done to a backdrop of Heartmath’s incredible scientifically researched instrumental music for meditation. It’s incredibly invigorating and uplifting as a daily meditation, and will anchor your ability to use the Quick Coherence Technique very effectively.

Again, start doing this a few weeks before so that when you do it on the day you get maximum benefit from it. This is a meditation that can make you feel spacy, so you will want to have had a bit of practice with it.

Whatever your big day is – good luck. You’re only there because you deserve to be. Take the pat on the back, you deserve it.

Life Coaches Toolbox

Life Coaches Toolbox offers a range of beautifully designed and ready-to-download Life Coaching processes, tools, techniques, scales and question sets, as well as a range of free tools and diagnostics for coaches to use with clients and for clients to use on their own. Chemory Gunko is a Life Coach, NLP Practitioner, Ericksonian Hypnotherapy Practitioner & Energy Resourcing Practitioner and is available for one-on-one life coaching sessions, in person and via Skype.

For more information visit www.lifecoachestoolbox.com


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