FasterEFT comes to Ireland

Robert G Smith

April 19 2010: Watch the Irish play traditional music and you will notice the musician’s feet tapping to keep rhythm and concentration as dancers twirl and leap to the tune.

Delegates from countries far and near came to Ireland to watch Robert G. Smith, developer of FasterEFT, demonstrate his amazing skills during a two-day TapFest at Slieve Donard Hotel, County Down in Northern Ireland on April 10 and 11. In no time they were tapping along with considerable appreciation for the speed with which personal changes took root.

“Robert offered structured theory and teachings,” says attendee Julie-Anne Mullan. “I found it so interesting that FasterEFT addresses internal representations of memories. The short tapping sequence utilises four tapping points, a meridian hold and a keyword. The effect is change emotional intensity, release and reduced tension. Dedicated personal journaling (homework) done by the client motivates and enhances a new attitude of gratitude.”

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Robert demonstrated that it is not only the method but his ability to get to core issues using sensory acuity, logic and a little intuition that is the power of FasterEFT. Drawing on inputs from NLP, hypnosis and BSFF, his teaching style incorporates sensitivity, integrity and humour. He successfully provided volunteers with safety to tap through trauma towards healing in front of 50+ people, and everyone borrowed benefits throughout.

FasterEFT has potential as a personal coping strategy in and as a therapist’s tool. Several delegates booked their place on Two-Day Intensive Training in Manchester at the end of April, and a return visit in September.

Julie-Anne Mullan is Northern Ireland’s resident AAMET trainer. She has a busy EFT practice specialising in change, and trainings listed on Phone +(44) 28 4376 7972

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