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Silent tapping is good when necessary. Still, I think that hearing the words as well as saying them helps bring more neurology into the training.
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I have not spoken my impromptu scripts out loud yet, even alone. I have only been tapping less than a week and tap in public. I think it is non very noticeable.
They should be tickled I am not eating their ice cream!
(my sister is having a BD 2100 miles away and she is an freak)
Just thinking of her.
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Thank you for the help.....Any/all information will help me as I'm just getting started with tapping and looking forward to the changes.
I sometimes tap my thumb and index finger together as I
silently think the phrases. I also think you can tap the thymus
point fairly nonchalantly..Great question!
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You can do it silently. There is even a technique where you do it imaginably. Think the words, think the tapping point, say,"boom boom" as you think the tap. I like to use this one when I'm trying to get back to sleep and don't want to move.
I tend to tap nonchalantly when I'm in public, as if I'm thinking and casually tapping . . .
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I have a question for this great group.
I want to do it sometimes when in public but don't want to be tapping and talking to myself out loud? People around me might call the folks in the "white coats" to come get me. So, is it ok when tapping to say the words silently to yourself or is it necessary to actually say the words out loud?