The challenge when you have an illness is to know what to tap. Because every illness begins with an emotion then it would help if you know the emotion that started it all. Right?
Here are a few common ones:
Pain is always a self-devaluation conflict (SDC) that has been resolved. In other words, you don’t get pain until the issue has been resolved and the pain will last as long as the conflict lasted. If the pain is in the neck it’s related to an intellectual SDC so you need to tap (also going back to childhood) whenever you didn’t feel intelligent enough (i.e. someone questions your work).
Knee pain, leg pain, foot pain are all SDC’s related to physical activities such as, “I’m not as physically active as I used to be”, “I can’t walk, dance, run like I used to”, etc.
Cancer: depends on where the cancer is. For example, lung cancer is always triggered by a death fright so not only do you need to tap the cancer, chemo, radiation, etc. but also, in the case of lung cancer, you need to tap the death fright that you experienced.
Try to figure out what was going on emotionally just before you got sick. What conflict did you just resolve? Chances are it’s related to your illness so make sure you tap it and do Ho'oponopono.
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Enjoy the journey!