Sixth Annual World Tapping Summit Starting Feb 24 2014
It is that time of year again to mark your calendars for the free marathon of tapping opportunities. For those who are new to this event, once you put in your e-mail on the appropriate site you will have access to 10 days, 2 presenters daily, of EFT information and experience with using EFT tapping. You only have 24 hours to listen in to the replays for free. To make the most of this opportunity I have found it best to prepare by reviewing your schedule and trying to set aside a time each day that you can commit to listening in. You will be sent the link through your e-mail and you might choose to only watch few here and there when you have time. This event is an awesome way for those new to EFT to see all the interesting ways in which EFT is used to collapse distressing feelings and somatic complaints arising from the body and to develop a skill that enables you to reduce your stress response and move gently into a relaxation response. The following video with Lissa Rankin talking with Nick Ortner is the second pre launch video that explores further how the body can heal itself when in a relaxed state of being. The latest research demonstrating how our stress hormone of cortisol reduces significantly after tapping and of course consistent reports from clients can attest to the power of EFT tapping to initiate the relaxation response which allows the body to begin to heal itself.
The video is another pre-event video for the upcoming 6th Annual Tapping World Summit. In the interview Dr. Lissa Rankin, a traditionally trained medical doctor who specializes in understanding the mind-body connection, sits down with Nick Ortner, the producer of the event.
Watch this video! I know you’ll love it. :)

Important dates to remember: The 10-day Summit starts on February 24th, 2014 –
February 3rd, 2014 – Pre-launch video with Wayne Dyer
February 6th, 2014 – Pre-launch video with Dr. Lissa Rankin
February 10th, 2014 – Pre-launch video with Nick Ortner
February 13th, 2014 – Registration page goes live