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Would you like to eliminate anxiety, phobias and fears forever? Would you like to move beyond the emotional traumas of your past, increase your self esteem and become more motivated?
Welcome to Thought Field Therapy (TFT). No other treatment presently available - whether conventional, complementary or alternative - can claim the same success with these and the many other complex psychological and emotional problems that plague so many of us and prevent us from getting the most out of life.
Now in its third decade of development, Thought Field Therapy (TFT) is a totally unique form of meridian therapy. It is best described as a natural, drug-free, non-invasive system to eliminate the cause of negative emotions. There are no adverse side effects, and with an unprecedented success rate of up to 98%, most individuals experience significant, usually complete, relief from their problem within a few minutes.
And best of all, with this book, anyone can learn how to do it.
In Tapping for Life, Janet Thomson provides a practical, comprehensive and complete guide to TFT. With chapters targeting specific problems, this book gives you everything you need to understand this amazing therapy and use it to free yourself from anxiety and fear for good.
Janet Thomson is an outstanding life coach with 20 years' experience working with clients on an individual basis and in groups and seminars. With a Masters Degree in Nutrition and Exercise Science and full training in Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), she is also a TFT Diagnostic Therapist and a registered Clinical Hypnotherapist, giving her a totally unique blend of skills. A bestselling author, she appears regularly on TV and national radio, including GMTV and Radio 2, and is a resident Health & Fitness Expert and Life Coach for ITV Central News.
The tone of the book is informal and chatty as if she is sat in the room with you, she is so good at explaining everything and very encouraging.Published 16 months ago by Cindy-Lou
The book was in very good condition. It is well structured and written in an easy to follow style. TFT requires some time and practise and I will probably investigate more hands... Read morePublished on 28 April 2013 by DandG Norfolk
this book is easy to read and is a great way to get into thought field therapy. Janet's no nonsense style of writing appealed to me and the subject matter was clear and easy to... Read morePublished on 8 Feb. 2013 by Nick Brennan
i initially borrowed this book from the library and was so impressed with the possibilities it offered that i immediately went to Amazon to purchase it.Published on 18 Dec. 2012 by William Brown
I only wish I had taken note of the bad review before I purchased this book, so that is why I am writing this - to balance things up a bit. Read morePublished on 27 Jun. 2012 by Madame Bovary
I received my copy of Tapping for Life this week and have been tapping away to Janet's instructions ever since. Read morePublished on 7 Nov. 2010 by D. Bruce
the book was very good but have not had much time to put it into practise yet as i have been out of the country for a month but will make sure i use it before i go to
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Fairly easy to follow and by far the best self help book I've come across for helping with anxiety. So much of it made sense.Published on 1 Oct. 2010 by PS