Do you have things in your life that you wish were different...but you don’t know how to change? The Tapping Solution offers a new technique to deal with seemingly impossible situations. Tapping, also known as EFT, is a powerful tool for improving your life on multiple levels: mental, emotional, and physical. It has been proven to effectively address a range of issues - from anxiety, chronic pain, addiction, and fear, to weight control, financial abundance, stress relief, and so much more. It’s also one of the easiest and fastest practices to learn. You can learn it in minutes, do it anywhere and on virtually any issue, and oftentimes experience immediate results.
Based on the principles of both ancient acupressure and modern psychology, tapping concentrates on specific meridian endpoints while focusing on negative emotions or physical sensations. Combined with spoken word, tapping helps calm the nervous system to restore the balance of energy in the body and rewire the brain to respond in healthy ways.
In this audiobook, you’ll not only learn how to start tapping, you’ll also get the history and cutting-edge science behind it. The Tapping Solution will show you how to tap on a variety of issues and identify practical applications. Throughout, you’ll also find unbelievable, real-life stories of healing, ranging from easing the pain of fibromyalgia to overcoming a fear of flying. Find out how to release your fears and clear the limiting beliefs that hold you back from creating the life you want.
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No. I've read and listened to the book.
I enjoyed his conversation approach in narrating his book. The content isn't dry. Neither is Ortner's narration.
The narration is very good, and the technique is very helpful. However, if you are like me and like to listen to audio books while cleaning house or exercising, get this one as a book. He has had frequent stops to go through a tapping sequence or ask questions you need to stop and think about. This is good information. However, since I listen to audio books while doing other things, I can't really stop and do these.
Nick Ortner's narration was very good. He has a pleasant, clear voice.
I would have preferred he put the instructional tapping sequences at the end of the book as a separate section and provided worksheets to go along with the guided questions. This would not interrupt the flow of the audio book if you are listening while driving, exercising, or other activities.
Stacy in Atlanta
The entire book, (over 8 hrs), only gives testimonials and stories about people who have used the technique. I kept listening, waiting for the instructions on how to do this. I don't understand how you can have over 8 hrs of audio and not give the instructions. I then went to amazon to check it out but could not see the "index", because I wanted to see if it listed a chapter where the instructions were given. We can't look at the book at all. So I have no idea how this works and I just wasted a credit.
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