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4 EFT Tapping Tools for Bringing More Love into Your Life


Whether you're in a happy relationship, a not-so-happy relationship, single, divorced, or widowed, the tapping resources in this article will help you feel and experience more love.


More love for others, more love for yourself, and dare I say it, more love from others.


How? By healing old emotional wounds, releasing resentments, erasing relationship fears, and eliminating limiting beliefs about love, as well as helping you to forgive anyone in your life who has hurt you.


One of the natural by-products of this kind of healing work is LOVE. Love flowing through you, to you, and from you.


If you'd like to experience more love in your life, I hope you'll give these EFT tapping tools a try. I think you'll be amazed by the results.



Tapping Script for Releasing Painful and Limiting Beliefs About Love

The poet Rumi said, "Your task is not to seek love, but merely to seek and find all the barriers within yourself that you have built against it."


I love Rumi and this quote of his, but I think he's missing a step: You also need to REMOVE your inner barriers to love.


You probably won't be shocked to hear me say that the fastest, most effective way to do that is with EFT tapping.


When we have beliefs like these about love, it can have many detrimental effects, including the following:​

  • Reduced fulfillment in relationships

  • Increased rate of conflict in relationships

  • Inability to trust others

  • Diminished self-esteem/negative self-image

  • Chronic loneliness (even when in a relationship)

When you use tapping to release limiting and painful beliefs about love, every relationship in your life will improve (including your relationship with yourself), because when you remove the cause of issues like the ones listed above, the effects automatically go with it. Presto!

Click here to go to the script now.




How to Use EFT to Improve Any Relationship Let's face it, no relationship is perfect. Even the happiest, most harmonious relationships have their weak spots, and sometimes hit bumps in the road.


That's why I created this simple exercise that you can use to improve any relationship in your life, whether it's with a partner, friend, family member, or colleague, and regardless of how good or not-so-good your relationship with that person may be.


You can also use this exercise for healing the pain of past relationships (even with people who have passed away), because that will improve your current relationships.


Why? Because past pain affects the way we see and interact with our present day circumstances, including relationships.




Tapping Script for Healing Relationship Issues

Mad at someone? Feeling hurt, betrayed, or disappointed by that person? If so, EFT can help!


One of the most powerful ways to use EFT to release anger and hurt feelings about a relationship is to create tapping statements out of what you would like to say to this person, and then tap out these statements until they feel neutral.


For example, "Mike, I'm really angry and hurt because I needed you to listen to me, and you ignored me instead."


When doing this kind of EFT, allow yourself to give voice to how you're really feeling, even if it sounds petty, mean, or childish.


Just meet yourself exactly where you are, and tap yourself free from the painful emotions you're carrying about what happened.


This EFT tapping script will help you identify and release anger, frustration, resentment, and hurt feelings you may have about your partner or another person in your life, leaving love, gratitude, and peace in their place.

Click here to go the script now.



The 5 Steps of Tapping to Forgive Someone Who Has Hurt You

Spontaneous forgiveness is such a reliable result of healing emotional wounds that I've come to use it as a litmus test in my private practice, in my online programs, and in my personal healing work.


If the client I'm working with hasn't effortlessly forgiven the person who hurt them, it's a clear sign that we have more tapping work to do, and so I set out to find the hidden aspects of the issue that still need to be healed.

They're always there, and once I help my client to identify them, we can tap the rest of the way to that beautiful byproduct of a completed healing process: forgiveness. This article will show you how.



The Bottom Line What it all boils down to is that improving our relationships with other people is mostly an inside job. When we clean up our side of the street--by healing our own hurt feelings, frustrations, resentments, and judgments, the relationship always improves. And thank goodness for that, because as I'm sure you've noticed, trying to change the other person is usually a hopeless endeavor!

PLEASE NOTE

When doing EFT on your own, if you aren't able to completely heal the issue you're working on, so that when you think about it, it no longer causes any stress, emotional pain, anger, or fear, I recommend working with a professional EFT practitioner. If you feel that this is the best course of action for you, and you'd like to work with me, click here to learn more and schedule an EFT session or free consultation.

By Heather Ambler

Heather Ambler is a California based EFT practitioner and mindset coach. Through her private practice and online programs, she’s helped over 14,000 people in 81 countries heal the pain of losing a loved one, recover from trauma, release fears, erase limiting beliefs, increase confidence, and achieve goals. If you could use some help with any of these things, click here to learn more and schedule an EFT session or free consultation.














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