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Peaceful Hearts

When I consider peace, the expression, "Think globally, act locally" comes to mind. While we may not be at the table negotiating a cease fire between countries, we are accountable for the peace in our heart. World peace begins with inner peace.


That's why I'm excited about the new Tapping 4 Peace initiative led by Gene Monterastelli and Brad Yates. As Gene explains, "There is a need for peace in the world and our personal impact is greatest in our own corner of the world."


Once you join the initiative, you will receive a short email once a week reminding you to tap for peace. In this video, Gene guides us through a scripted tapping sequence.

Tapping into Tapping

If tapping is new to you, I have an introductory video. Like acupuncture, tapping promotes healing by stimulating the flow of energy through the meridians except we use our fingertips instead of needles.  


Tapping techniques such as Thought Field Therapy (TFT) and Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) are used in clinical settings worldwide to treat PTSD, phobias and addictions. In this video I demonstrate Trauma Tapping Technique (TTT), a simple form of tapping from the Peaceful Heart Network.

The Peaceful Heart Network

The Peaceful Heart Network (PHN) is a non-profit offering practical tools to resolve psychological trauma. They are guided by the conviction that social and political stability depends on resolving trauma within as many people as possible in an affected community.


They have supported humanitarian projects in Rwanda, DR Congo, South Sudan and other parts of Africa, as well as in India, Europe, the United States, Canada and Ukrainian refugees in Poland. PHN received the ACEP Humanitarian Award in 2017 for this work. Support the PHN mission by making a donation today.


Check out this Girl Power "tap and rap" created by participants in the HARP (Helping Addicts Recover Progressively) program at Chesterfield County jail in Virginia. 

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