Clients have been asking for a quick tapping video to follow in a pinch ~ so here it is!!
The Brain Diagram
Here by popular demand from clients and students alike – Jane’s explanation of the brain and how to think about trauma, panic and anxiety issues.
When we live in a state of constant hypervigilance, we put extreme stress on our organs and are actually less able to respond to threats in the moment. In this meditative video, Jane McCampbell-Stuart explains how we can break this destructive cycle by starting to notice the times we are safe, and teach ourselves to calm down our sympathetic nervous system and learn to feel safe when we are safe.
Boundaries Masterclass 1
In the first video of the series, Jane demonstrates how three types of boundaries can lead to differentiated, enmeshed or disengaged relationships.
Out-take from the Boundaries Masterclass
When the boundaries masterclass was photobombed by a boundaryless cat!
Thought Field Therapy ~ Complex Trauma Complete Algorithm
This is Jane’s favorite algorithm because it covers a multitude of emotions including sadness, grief, anxiety, anger, guilt and shame. Tapping the sequence will bring down the discomfort associated with traumatic or shaming memories, infuriating events, and disturbing images that have lodged themselves in the brain.
Thought Field Therapy ~ Physical Pain Algorithm
The physical pain algorithm is much shorter and can be used to reduce pain or other bodily sensations that are causing distraction or distress. It also works well for EMDR headaches – the discomfort in the front of the forehead that sometimes follows a session of trauma processing.
Connect with Jane
Jane works internationally via video from wherever you are in the world.