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Use the Tapas Acupressure Technique to Heal Depression

August 10th, 2010 by Ryan

Have you ever found yourself bored and all by yourself? Perhaps you ended a relationship, moved, or switched jobs.

Maybe you can remember a time when you became sad or even lonely.

We all experience emotional ups and downs, it's just part of life. Yet, sometimes we can get stuck….

Stuck in a way that the negative feelings we experience aren't just part of an up and down cycle but rather a permanent down, or at least that's what it feels like.

The difference between just feeling low and full-blown depression is basically in our ability to bounce back and pick ourselves up. 

In the case of depression, it's as if our entire energy system has collapsed and we are stuck in a hole that we can't dig ourselves out of no matter how hard we try.  

We have tons of options to treat the problem, ranging from anti-depressant drugs to chemically-laden energy boosters, yet most of these options seem to be like kicking a dead horse; that is, they don't seem to fix the root of the problem.

Yet what if we had a magic "reset button" for our thoughts and feelings? 

What if we could simply press this button any time we wanted and our mental and emotional anguish would disappear?

What if this reset button was built into our body and all we had to do was know how to utilize it?

Guess what…this is exactly the case…when we use the Tapas Acupressure Technique (TAT).

If you are new to T.A.T., make sure to read the Tapas Acupressure Technique step-by-step instructions or if you are willing to dive right in, just watch the videos below:

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Here is a brief explanation of the process and how to use it for your own issues:

Tapas Acupressure Technique is a simple and easy way to rapidly process significant emotional trauma, break free from persistent negative beliefs, disperse severe anxiety, and even heal long-held physical injuries or allergies.

Tapas Acupressure works by stimulating several key pressure points (near your eyes and forehead), which is where your emotional pathways meet your brain; allowing you to "reset" your body from a stress response to a relaxed peaceful response.

It also helps you to re-program your brain-stem/amygdala (which is where your freeze, fight or flight instincts are triggered) allowing you to gain CONSCIOUS control over behaviors, beliefs, and feelings that used to be completely automatic and unconscious.

When you perform TAT, you focus on several key statements that help walk you through the process of releasing whatever feeling or belief has been blocking your energy and well-being.

The effects of TAT are very subtle and you may not notice them immediately BUT they are very powerful and CUMULATIVE, which means that the more you do TAT, the more powerful the process will become; eventually you will be able to heal years worth of accumulated suffering in minutes.

Issues that would commonly have taken 10 or 20 years of traditional talk therapy can be cleared in 1 or 2 sessions with TAT.

In this video, I walk you through the process of healing Depression, which has usually come about because a person's energy system has completely collapsed – leading to feelings of extreme tiredness, laziness, loss of motivation, loss of sex drive, loss of hope and joy.

To truly overcome depression, simply repeat this depression healing at least 5 times, once a day for 5 days. Make sure to repeat the intention at the beginning of the video since it increases the healing power of TAT (if you are new to TAT, also do all the initial steps in part 1 every time you do TAT).

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10 Responses to “Use the Tapas Acupressure Technique to Heal Depression”

  1. Glenda Says:

    Thank you Ryan for your valuable demonstration. Tried it just now and I can feel quite a shift already.
    I appreciate the way you guide us through the steps so thoroughly. It felt good having someone talking me through all the steps. Nice approach. To have a tool like this to work with yourself is immensely empowering in dealing with the debilitating effects of depression. Big thank you again.

  2. Ryan Says:

    Hi Glenda,
    Thanks for the feedback, its much appreciated. I’m glad that you liked the format of the videos. I have done quite a few one on one sessions with my friends and family and I noticed how important it is to have someone holding your hand through the process, so I’ve tried to replicate that in the videos.

    You’re right about this being a powerful tool, I have used this technique to radically transform my inner world, so to speak. Keep up the good practice and let me know if you have any questions about the process.



  3. Rosabel Says:

    This is a really nicely well written post with lots of positive upsides. I will definitely be looking into the Acupressure technique as my body has always responded well to these alternative therapies. Was just wondering, maybe you mentioned this earlier, why is it called TAPAS?

  4. Jinky Says:

    Does this also works when you are stressed? I often get stressed due to work and a massage can help me relax.

  5. Hyde Says:

    Awesome share! Thank you very much

  6. Katie Says:

    “Does this also works when you are stressed? I often get stressed due to work and a massage can help me relax.”

    I am wondering the same as I am looking for something that helps with stress. Thanks in advance.

  7. Irish Catson Says:

    Thanks for sharing this useful information. Sometimes I feel depress and I need something to relieve this depression of mine. I will study more about this Tapas Acupressure Technique and if this is really good I will try this one.

  8. Pawan Says:

    Thanks a lot for sharing this useful method!

    I would be very grateful if you will answer to my two concerns

    1. Can it take many sessions for something to get healed? I am working on one of my physical problem and I think it is taking time to get healed.

    2. How many sessions can I do in day?
    Can I do it whenever I want? I saw one of the videos explaining TAT in which it is suggested that we should not do this method more than 15 mins in a day as it makes big changes to the brain and so it needs time for those changes to be adopted by mind and body, is it true?

  9. Ryan Says:

    Hi Pawan,
    Yes, it may take many sessions to fully clear something out. It depends on the issue, some can be cleared with just one or two sessions. You can do a full TAT session at most once a day. Otherwise, it may be too much. The side effect may be tiredness or headache is you do it excessively. Though I have done a lot of TAT in a single day without any issues. Normally, it takes me longer than 15 minutes to do a full tat session so I don’t see any issue with going a bit longer.

  10. Ryan Says:

    Also, this technique will definitely work for stress. It’s very effective at reducing stress. The name TAPAS comes from the woman who created this technique.

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