|Head Exploding by Lilian Burgler|
As I mentioned yesterday in the blog post, "He don't know me very well, do he?," EFT/Emotional Freedom Technique is a great process for pain relief, stress reduction, and so many other physical and emotional conditions. The first night of the Pain Relief Summit 2011 was quite good, especially for a FREE event. So I thought I'd just give you a quick update on this evening's topics. And remember you writers, artists and athletes, tapping can really help to improve your productivity and help you break through the blocks that stand in your way of ease and success, so it's well worth a look.
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From the Summit email:
Tonight in the red room we have Mary Ayers on:
Anger and Physical Pain: The Hidden Connection
Margaret Lynch in the greenroom on:
The Unfairness of Pain
At 8pm EST (and for 24 hours afterwards) you’ll be able to listen in to these life changing presentations. Remember, the presentation starts whenever you show up, so don’t worry about getting there exactly at 8pm EST.
In Mary’s call, she’ll cover:
-The hidden connection between anger/rage and pain (and if you don't think you have any anger, then this is a MUST listen to!)
-The two different "camps" when it comes to pain in the body.
-Specific tapping to release anger on a variety of topics
And Margaret will cover:
-How to have your energetic "day in court" to right a wrong
-A quick test to determine if you truly and fully let go of your injuries
-Tapping to move from being a victim to being empowered
|Migraine pain humor...or not.|
The recording for last night's seminars are available for FREE until 8PM EST tonight (Oct. 4):
Gwenn Bonnell - Basic and Advanced EFT Tapping Techniques for Pain Relief
Stacey Vornbrock - Tapping Protocols for Injuries, Accidents, Falls, Surgery and more...
I listened to both talks and they were excellent. Gwenn Bonnell offered great advice on more advanced techniques to improve the efficacy of tapping, and the best circumstances in which to use them. Stacey Vronbrock (a sports performance specialist) offered a specific (and VERY thorough) protocol for pre and post-surgery tapping.
So there you have it. I hope you've found this helpful. Please do let me know what you think.
PS - I have no connection to the folks leading this summit (ie. not getting paid, etc.). I'm just sharing this info with you because it's been such a help to me and my family. Just sayin'... :-) More fundamental info on EFT can be found at: http://www.eftuniverse.com/