How Does EFT Tapping Work? And How Can it Help Me?

Keisuke Omi

We talk a lot on our podcast about the power of EFT Tapping for overcoming anxiety, so we want to make you aware of  this special opportunity: The World Tapping Summit starts on the 4th February 2013 - it is a great opportunity for you to learn EFT Tapping for a variety of issues. And it's free!

 

Key points from this podcast:

Introduction to the World Tapping SummitThe buzz around Louise Hay using tapping

EFT Tapping questions sent in by our listeners:

EFT tapping seems so easy so HOW does it work?When you tap on a memory but you don’t feel the emotions you just remember them. Does the tapping clear out the emotional charge?I tapped on something and had an emotional breakthrough and issue had been resolved. My behavior was different for two days, but then I seemed to return to my old behaviors. What do I do in that instance?Do you have to tap every day and can you tap a few different scripts one after another?  What is a root cause in connection with EFT tapping? How do I get a handle on the root cause of a problem? How do I tap on issues that seem totally matter-of-fact and beyond my control such as a traffic jam or an incurable illness?Are there any physical signs that show EFT is working?  Why do I keep yawning during tapping?

How do I know an issue is getting cleared or completely cleared with EFT tapping?

 

Listen to the full podcast here (if your browser doesn't show the podcast player please listen on iTunes)

 

 

 

You can reserve your free place at the World Tapping Summit here...

Tapping World Summit 2013 Registration

 
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