2010 Tapping World Summit Extras
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From the Desk of Nicolas Ortner
Let’s face it. Maintaining emotional and physical health and overcoming our personal obstacles is a challenge even in the best of times. But in our high-paced world, with the major challenges that we are facing with our increasingly challenging economic conditions and environment, some days it can seem almost impossible just to stay afloat.
Are you, or is anyone you know, going through any of these experiences:
|Increased … possibly even debilitation … fear or anxiety?|
|Nervous about an unknown future?|
|Anxiety about the loss of a job, income, investments or retirement?|
|Emotional or physical pain from past traumas?|
From someone suffering from anxiety “since birth”. She had severe panic attacks with many things, especially driving. She had tried EVERYTHING…
“The rapidity of the process (EFT) was so energizing that I felt the flow throughout my body for hours. This morning I took myself for a “test drive” (literally and figuratively) and…. I did not hyperventilate, panic or sense anxiety. It was almost weird not to have my ex-companion nagging at me. Thank you.
Dr. Nina B.
Issues with your health or well-being?
|Constantly feeling drained and low-energy?|
|Too much stress?|
“I had so many problems that I never thought I would ever be well again. Using EFT for my asthma has helped me breath normally for months now. I no longer have to keep my inhaler with me or worry about an attack at the worst times. I use EFT for headaches, cramps, and stress and it’s never failed to work for me. I’m off my medications and feel better than I have in over 20 years…both physically and emotionally. I’ve even used EFT for my low self esteem and it’s helped me feel confident and begin to like my old self again. Using it for the anger I felt toward my ex-husband helped me not only tolerate him but to get along with him much better. Our kids are really happy about that. Thanks for your patience and for teaching me how to make EFT a part of my life!”
Or any other angst-ridden dis-ease in your life?
|Lack of motivation and direction in your life?|
|Clutter and procrastination?|
From someone with low self-esteem and zero confidence…
I’m just amazed at how grounded and sure of myself I am today. Honestly, I feel like a different person. I can tell in the core of my being that this is who I am truly meant to be!”
Well, you’re not alone. In this day and age, it seems that most of us are experiencing one or more of those “symptoms” of turbulent times.
My question to you is this: What if you had a quick and simple method of releasing all that (and more)? How would your life be different? How would you feel?
Imagine for a moment taking all that weight off your shoulders and releasing it quickly and easily . . . and FOREVER!
That’s just what we propose to offer in our Tapping World Summit, where we will be gathering experts in the use of Tapping to reveal to you the secrets of a brighter future and healthier, happier life.
What Is EFT/Tapping and Why Should You Care?
Meridian Tapping is a new discovery that combines Ancient Chinese Accupressure and Modern Pyschology with startling results. EFT, Emotional Freedom Techniques, is the most well known of all of the Tapping modalities but there are a number of different techniques and styles that will be covered during the Tapping World Summit. Meridian Tapping is a simple and amazingly fast technique. You just lightly but firmly tap on certain acupuncture/acupressure points on the face, head and upper body and astonishing events begin to take place. The process quickly and easily activates the body’s own “energy meridian system” and has great potential for releasing virtually anything that’s “wrong” with you.
Tapping has been shown to provide relief from chronic pain, emotional problems, disorders, addictions, phobias, post traumatic stress disorder, and physical issues. While Meridian Tapping and the use of “energy systems” in general is somewhat new to the Western world, it is set to revolutionize the field of health and wellness, using healing concepts that have been in practice in Eastern medicine for over 5,000 years.
Like acupuncture and acupressure, Tapping is a set of specific techniques which utilize the body’s energy meridian points. You can stimulate these meridian points simply by tapping on them with your fingertips, literally tapping into your body’s own energy and healing power.
Your body is more powerful than you can imagine. . . filled with life, energy, and a compelling ability for self-healing. With Tapping, you can take control of that power.
“I have been using Tapping the past weeks on a few things – seasonal allergies, diet, etc… One night when I went to bed my eyes were itching and my nose was so stuffy that I couldn’t breathe well – I did a few rounds on each symptom and felt much better. I did have to do it again in the morning, but it helped me breathe more easily…. I don’t like taking allergy meds, so the Tapping is a great help. I’ve also tried it at work in the afternoon when I’m feeling low energy. It does help!”
Liam Rolfman, Oakland, CA
Ron Johnson, a golfer from Seattle , WA , used EFT to go from being a 95-100 golfer to one who has had many rounds in the 70’s. This level of improvement rarely happens with conventional instruction. While Ron used EFT consistently on the golf course for each part of his game, he often zeroed in on particular types of shots. Here is how he used EFT to improve his putting…
“After using EFT I found that I began to feel much more confident over the putts and some actually went in the cup. Three-putts to get the ball in the hole began to disappear and, within three months, my average scores went from 95-100 down to 85-90. I’ve had many rounds in the 70’s during the past year and I am now setting a goal of shooting below 70. The process (EFT) works equally well with each shot in the game, not just the putter. In fact, I now use EFT before beginning the round.
Ron also coaches other people using EFT for golf. One of his students dropped his “average putts per round” from 37 to 29, while a lady golfer knocked an average of 5 to 6 strokes per round off of her score.”
Monica Tomkins, Toledo
2010 Tapping World Summit Extras