EFT Tapping Script for Appreciation
EFT Tapping

EFT Tapping Script for Appreciation

In today’s hectic world, it’s easy to get caught up in the whirlwind of daily challenges and lose sight of the beauty and blessings that surround us. Feeling genuine appreciation can sometimes feel like a distant goal, especially when we’re overwhelmed or focused on what’s lacking rather than what’s present.

However, cultivating a sense of deep appreciation is not only possible but transformative. Through the practice of Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) tapping, we can gently release barriers and open ourselves to experiencing gratitude and appreciation more fully in our lives.

This structured EFT tapping script is designed to guide you through five rounds, each aimed at gradually shifting your perspective towards embracing and celebrating the richness of what you have and who you are.

Remember to tap gently on each point about 5-7 times while repeating the associated phrases aloud or in your mind.

If you’re not familiar with EFT Tapping, click here to learn how to tap.

Karate Chop (Set-Up Statements):

Even though I sometimes struggle to feel true appreciation in my life, I deeply and completely accept myself.

Even though appreciation doesn’t come easily to me, I honor all of my feelings about this.

Even though I may not fully appreciate all that I have and all that is around me, I choose to open myself up to genuine appreciation now.

Round 1

Eyebrow: I find it hard to feel appreciation.

Side of the Eye: I often focus on what’s missing rather than what’s present.

Under the Eye: I struggle to see the positives in my life.

Under the Nose: I feel disconnected from feelings of appreciation.

Chin: Appreciation feels distant and elusive.

Collarbone: I notice how much I lack appreciation in my life.

Under the Arm: It’s frustrating to not feel genuinely appreciative.

Top of Head: I’m open to acknowledging these feelings of lack.

Round 2

Eyebrow: Maybe I can learn to appreciate the small things.

Side of the Eye: What if I start noticing things to appreciate?

Under the Eye: I’m open to the possibility of feeling more appreciation every day.

Under the Nose: I’m considering what it would be like to be more appreciative.

Chin: Perhaps I can find appreciation in unexpected places.

Collarbone: What if I allow appreciation to flow naturally?

Under the Arm: I’m open to exploring new ways to feel appreciation.

Top of Head: I’m considering the idea of appreciating more of my life.

Round 3

Eyebrow: Releasing all resistance to feeling appreciation.

Side of the Eye: Letting go of the belief that I can’t appreciate fully.

Under the Eye: Releasing any blocks to feeling genuine appreciation.

Under the Nose: Letting go of old patterns that hinder my appreciation.

Chin: Releasing the need to judge myself for not feeling appreciative enough.

Collarbone: Releasing any tension or resistance around appreciation.

Under the Arm: Letting go of negativity surrounding appreciation.

Top of Head: Releasing, letting go, and allowing appreciation to flow naturally.

Round 4

Eyebrow: I invite a sense of gratitude into my heart.

Side of the Eye: I welcome the feeling of appreciation.

Under the Eye: I allow myself to see the beauty in my life.

Under the Nose: I invite positive feelings of appreciation to grow within me.

Chin: I welcome the abundance of things to appreciate.

Collarbone: I choose to focus on what I am grateful for.

Under the Arm: I am open to experiencing deep appreciation.

Top of Head: I invite positivity and gratitude into every part of my life.

Round 5

Eyebrow: I am grateful for all that I have.

Side of the Eye: I appreciate the blessings in my life.

Under the Eye: I am open to receiving more reasons to appreciate.

Under the Nose: I deserve to feel genuine appreciation.

Chin: I attract appreciation effortlessly.

Collarbone: My life is filled with moments of deep appreciation.

Under the Arm: I am thankful for the abundance around me.

Top of Head: I am deeply grateful for the joy that appreciation brings.

Take a deep breath in and exhale slowly. Notice how your body feels now compared to when you began. If there are any lingering negative feelings or thoughts, you can repeat the rounds or focus more on specific aspects that resonate with you.

Tapping can be repeated as often as needed to reinforce positive feelings of appreciation in your life.

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