PTT (Picture Tapping Technique)

Draw & Tap your way to emotional health!

PTT (Picture Tapping Technique) uses EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) Tapping, along with drawing to visualize and clear your feelings about an issue that is troubling in your life. The use of hand-drawn images allows direct access to the subconscious where our unresolved emotions are stored and their healing can take place.

This is not about making art, but about using images to express what you are currently feeling about an issue and then using tapping to clear the charge. There is no need to verbally discuss your feelings, so this is a very safe and private process. It works well with both children and adults. Clients are often surprised by what they draw and how easily they reach a resolution without talking about the issue.

A Client’s Experience

“Jane is a delight to work with! Tapping is something I’d been wanting to try for a while, but I just couldn’t seem to get the hang of it on my own. Working with someone else’s script didn’t quite suit what I was feeling in the moment either. Jane led me through the process step-by-step, to the point where I now feel comfortable tapping on the spot when things come up. But even beyond feeling great afterward — I started to see tangible results! Some of the biggest shifts in my life related to abundance and prosperity came just hours after a session with Jane focused on this area. I started to feel the difference, and within a month, three new business opportunities were literally magnetized toward this renewed energy. Jane’s compassionate, intuitive approach “taps” into a Higher Wisdom (pardon the pun!) and accelerates the growth I have been craving. I look forward to our sessions, as I always leave feeling a sense of grounding, enhanced motivation, and clarity.”

Rebecca Schaeffer, Business Owner and Non-profit Executive

My Experience

Prior to my first ever CT scan for a suspected lung tumor, I used the Picture Tapping process. After drawing what you are feeling, you give the image a title, then tap on acupressure points to release the emotional intensity you are experiencing. You draw subsequent pictures with titles and tap on them until you feel a sense of resolution. My pictures and titles moved from a dark image labeled ‘fear’ to one filled with bright yellow titled ‘let there be light’. I took the drawing with me to the scan and although the results were not what I’d hoped for, I did not experience fear during or after. After receiving my full diagnosis, I did another PTT process with pictures ranging from ‘surprise’ and ‘anger’ to ‘healing’, again with lots of bright yellow color. I really feel that these images of light helped me believe that there was the proverbial ‘light at the end of the tunnel’ though this process, even during 3 hospitalizations. While not quite out of the tunnel, it’s become quite bright inside it!

Jane Norton. Transformational Coach

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