As we look further into the fears that can stop us from getting the most out of life -- or from putting the most into it -- it's easy to see that the fear of public speaking can be a powerful blocker. How much more success, joy and fulfillment could you experience if you felt more comfortable sharing yourself -- and your gifts and talents -- with more people? Let's tap out any fear of doing so!
As with any of my tapping videos, this is an abbreviated process for releasing fear. Some folks may find that their fear of public speaking dissolves after just one tapping session, but for others, it will take some repetition, bringing the discomfort down little by little each time. (Still others may uncover specific issues that are best addressed directly with a wellness practitioner.) In any event, this brief video should help at least take the edge off this very common fear, freeing you up to feel better about how you present yourself to the world so you can enjoy life more. Try it the night before your next presentation, speech, or wedding toast, and let us know if it helped you!
Have a specific fear you'd like to see featured in a future "Tap Out Your Fears" vlog? Comment below, or tweet us all about it @HealthyLiving using the hashtags #becomingfearless and #tapoutfear. If you tweet, you will automatically be entered into Toyota Corolla's Most Fearless Tweet Contest! (Click here for the Official Rules.)
To watch the first episode in the "Tap Out Your Fears" series -- which explains the basics of tapping -- click here.
For a picture of the tapping points -- and more info on EFT -- click here.
Tapping can sometimes bring up long-buried emotions, which is why I always encourage tappers to take full responsibility for their own well-being. For more information about that, please read this disclaimer.
Until next time, feel free to tap along with any of the many videos I have on YouTube or the many recordings I have at www.TapToFeelGood.com.
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 Dawson Church, Ph.D., et al. "The Effect of Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) on Stress Biochemistry: A Randomized Controlled Trial." Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 2012.