Tapping is one of the ancient remedies that has taken on a modern appearance with updated names and acronyms. If you suffer chronic pain you may find it has value. It's a simple technique that you can learn in a few minutes which is enough to detour most people from considering it as a viable therapy.
Because tapping is something you can do easily and for yourself without cost, there is often resistance to believing it can work. Tapping will put you in touch with your body and help to realign the relationship you have with it. It requires that you become responsible for your pain and for disconnecting that pain from your body.
What a concept. Being responsible for your pain sounds so threatening. It is not blaming you for your pain, but restructuring your relationship with your body. Once you connect your mind and body, you are able to do great things. You can talk to your body like a good friend and tell it what you want to happen. Sound crazy? So is chronic pain. It's worth a try and if, in the process, you find yourself in a more harmonious partnership with your body, so be it.