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Applying Energy Tapping for the Newtown Tragedy

From: Steve
Sent on: Tuesday, December 18, 2012 11:06 AM
Earlier today I sent the message below to graduates of the Miracle Tap Method (MTM) workshop conducted a few months ago. It provides guidance for one way of sending healing to those affected by the Newtown, Connecticut tragedy. 

While this was originally addressed to MTM practitioners, anyone familiar with EFT or similar energy tapping methods can apply the healing suggestions below. Likewise, if you are, for example, a Reiki or Quantum-Touch practitioner, I encourage you to send healing using the method(s) that calls to you.

If you would like to share this with others, please do so.

Blessings and love,



Applying Energy Tapping for the Newtown Tragedy

As a graduate of the Miracle Tap Method (MTM) Level 1 workshop completed a few months ago, I'm reaching out to encourage you to send love and healing to the families who lost loved ones in the Newtown, Connecticut murders. This can be done in many ways to include surrogate tapping with intent to relieve emotional pain, suffering, and grief.

How to Begin

To begin, I suggest creating a symbol that represents for you the collective families and friends of those who lost their lives in the shooting. You might choose a circle, a heart, an infinity symbol, or any other symbol that comes to mind. Let your subconscious guide your hand if you choose to draw the symbol.

You may be moved to add a circle or other symbol around the first symbol. This addition could represent the extended family affected by the killings. Who is the extended family? You and I; your mother and father, sisters and brothers; your neighbors, friends, and coworkers. I believe we are all affected by violence. When an innocent person dies through violence a part of each of us also is lost.

Once done, as you focus on the symbol allow your feelings to emerge and be felt free of resistance or thought. Notice what you feel and begin tapping through the accupoints. If words come, fine. If not, just stay with the feelings as you tap. Allow the feelings to process through your body. This may take a minute or an hour; it doesn't matter. Stay with the feelings and keep tapping.

Once the feelings have subsided, send love and healing energy to your symbol. If you're moved to speak, do so. If not, that's fine. Continue sending love toward the symbol.

My Experience

As I tapped in the aftermath of the shootings, I was moved to speak, saying to the symbol (that represents us all):

"Even though there are no words to describe the pain."

"Even though there is no explanation when my mind asks, 'Why?'."

"Even though this young man--and so many others before him--seemed possessed by the darkest evil imaginable, I choose to feel and be love. I choose to send love to everyone represented by the symbol. I choose to be the change I wish to see in the world."

As you learned in the workshop, I ended each round of tapping by placing hands over heart and saying, "Peace".

Tap Into Your Heart and Release

Your words and feelings will be different. Remember, you can't do it wrong. 

Please "tap into your heart" in whatever way calls to you and send love to everyone--including you--affected by this and other tragedies.

Blessings and love,


Steve Carter
Stress Solutions, LLC
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