We had a question come up recently, in one of our classes, from someone, asking how to "tap along" in a group tapping session. She was finding it difficult to concentrate on her own issue or memory while following along with the volunteer's demonstration session.
It's important to remember that you don't need to focus consciously on the problem or the memory you're changing. It is your subconscious that is doing the work. So, all you need to do with your conscious mind is briefly notice what's there. That is enough to aim your subconscious at what you're changing - and then IT does the work.
Think of it as throwing a ball for a dog. All you need to do is throw the ball and tell the dog to "Fetch". You don't need to chase the ball with the dog - you don't even need to keep your eye on the ball. Once you've thrown it, and said "Fetch", you can carry on a conversation with someone; read something; watch something else... and trust the dog to keep his eye on the ball, find it, and bring it back to you.
Notice, Don't Focus
In the same way, briefly noticing what's there is all you need to do - that is the equivalent of throwing the ball and telling the dog to "Fetch" - for your subconscious. Then you can follow along with the demonstration, and it doesn't matter if you're absorbed in the volunteer's story - your subconscious is busy addressing yours in the background, without the need for your conscious attention. Staying focused on the problem or memory is like running with the dog to fetch the ball. Just notice (throwing the ball and saying "Fetch"), and then take your focus off it while you tap or do something else, allowing your subconscious to do the work (allowing the dog to find and fetch the ball).
Odille and Steve Remmert are specialists in subconscious reprogramming. Having significantly transformed their own lives by changing their subconscious programming, they're excited to be helping others do the same!