Lisa Amos (Life in the Grateful House) hosted EFT expert
Brad Yates for a one-hour call on how to tap your way back
to sanity and serenity. You write lots of "love checks" - this
is a way to make a deposit back into your account.
In this fun* and experiential call, you'll learn a simple
tool for handling the stress and other discomfort that come
with the job of parenting trauma - a healthier "mother's
little helper" than the one the Rolling Stones wrote about. ;)
Brad is known internationally for his creative (and often
humorous) use of EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques).
Brad He is the author of the best-selling children's book
"The Wizard's Wish," the co-author of the best-seller
"Freedom at Your Fingertips," and a featured expert in the
film "The Tapping Solution," He has also been a presenter
at a number of events, including Jack Canfield's Breakthrough
to Success, has done teleseminars with "The Secret" stars
Bob Doyle and Dr. Joe Vitale, and has been heard inter-
nationally on a number of internet radio talk shows.
(And yes, it's true - he is also a graduate of Ringling Bros.
and Barnum & Bailey Clown College...) ;o)
"Brad Yates is a master teacher. He is a warm,
loving, powerful, effective, transformative force
for good. I totally endorse his work."
- Jack Canfield ("The Secret" - "Chicken Soup for the Soul")
If you are new to tapping, please check out the videos on
the right, as well as the information here: About EFT.
There is a picture showing the taping points below on the
We look forward to tapping with you. :)
Please note: While EFT has produced remarkable clinical
results, it must still be considered to be in the experimental
stage. Brad Yates is not a licensed health practitioner, and
certain issues should be addressed by such professionals.
You must take complete responsibility for your physical and
emotional well-being, and you must agree to hold harmless
anyone involved with EFT from any claims made by anyone
whom you seek to help with EFT.
* It's possible you may be thinking, "Fun...? How can a call
about this subject be fun?" Brad takes his work seriously -
but likes to handle it in as light-hearted a way as possible.
Think of it as the spoonful of sugar that helps the medicine
go down. And let's face it - don't you deserve a little fun...? ;)