Holiday Stress Neuro Linguistic Tapping – NLT

In this post, I just wanted to share love, gratitude, a little news and a tapping script for you for this often busy and stressful time of year (see below for the script).

Love and Gratitude

I’m feeling full to overflowing with gratitude to all of you who discover my site, read it, use what you learn here, make positive changes in your life, buy stuff,  write comments, send me emails.

Loving gratitude to you all.

My First Product!

As 2010 comes to an end, I’m finishing up my first for sale product – on transforming anxiety into calm and confidence. It’s getting bigger by the day and I’m very excited about how it’s turning out. I’ve made 14 videos for it, teaching my best methods for retraining the mind and body.

This product expands on what I’ve taught before about releasing anxiety and I’ve added 10 powerful mind body techniques for moving and changing your energy.  These non-EFT techniques will support calming the mind and body and are quick and easy to do.

I’ve been years learning all I’m putting into this.

I think it’s ironically funny that my first product is about anxiety, since one of my biggest journeys has been to learn to transform my own chronic anxiety.

I guess it’s true that we teach what we most need to learn ourselves.

NLT – Neuro Linguistic Tapping

I’m also just finishing up a two week course that artfully combines EFT and NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) with the fantastic Tim Robins of Phuket, Thailand.

I am super excited about what I’ve learned.  By incorporating these new NLP techniques into my EFT sessions, I’d say the results are at least three times better (I’d say 10 times better, but you’d accuse me of exaggerating – but it’s that good).

Since beginning the course last week, I’ve worked with seven clients using the new NLT techniques.

The results are far greater than I could have imagined, even with me being new at the processes.  Clients are so happy, floating out the room (or off the phone)  and writing me with over-the-top glowing reports.

Let me know if you’d like to book one or more sessions while I’m still exploring this dynamic combo.  I’ll give you a great deal between now and February 1.  My only request is that you give me feedback about the session, so I can fine tune the new methods.

Business Update

My next post will be a business update.  Since this website is such an integral part of my overall plan to transform my life and live in harmony with my values and dreams, I’m going to share with you details of my business plan, what I’ve done to achieve it, my inner and outer challenges.  I’ll even share with you some figures on the income I’ve generated since beginning this website in March, 2010.

On to tapping!

I know that the holidays can be a particularly stressful time for many people, so I’ve created a tapping script to help you release the stress and enjoy your holiday.  This is the first script in which I’m combining my new skills of NTP and EFT.  Love to know how it works for you!

NLT Holiday Tapping Script

New to tapping? Here’s some EFT training.

Even though I’ve got so much to do, I can’t relax and enjoy this holiday, I love and accept myself anyway.

Even though I’m stressed about everything that’s going on, I accept myself and all my feelings.

Even though I have a lot of anxiety about the holiday, I think that deep down I’m ok.

Eyebrow: I’m so stressed out.

Side of Eye: Too much to do.

Under Eye: Way too much going on.

Under Nose: No time to rest.

Chin: I thought holidays were supposed to be fun!

Collarbone: And restful.

Under Arm: I’m not having fun.

Top of Head: There’s just so much to do.

Eyebrow: All this anxiety about the holidays.

Side of Eye: I can feel it in my body.

Under Eye: This anxious holiday feeling in my body.

Under Nose: I can’t let it go.

Chin: There’s no way I can let this go.

Collarbone: What if I could relax just a little?

Under Arm: What if I could relax and still get stuff done?

Top of Head: Would it be possible to be busy and still enjoy the holiday?

Eyebrow: No way, I won’t get everything done if I’m not stressed out.

Side of Eye: Hmmm.  It could be that I could relax and get it done still.

Close your eyes and allow an image  or symbol come to you of being relaxed, enjoying yourself and still getting everything done.

Allow that image to expand and become brighter, more vivid.

Notice how you feel in your body surrounded by your image of moving through the holidays with ease.

Put your hand on the place you feel it most.

Under Eye: This image of ease.

Under Nose: Enjoying the holidays.

Chin: Getting things done with ease.

Collarbone: Relaxing and enjoying the days.

Under Arm: This easy feeling in my body.

Top of Head: Letting it expand and fill me completely.

Now close your eyes again and feel fully this relaxed, easy, enjoying feeling with the image you created of it.

Imagine the future in front of you – the days of the holiday ahead of you.

Fill yourself with that relaxed and easy feeling and when it’s at its peak, imagine yourself stepping forward into the holiday, taking that easy, relaxed, enjoying feeling with you.

See yourself doing all the things you’ll be doing – with easy and joy.

Hear the sounds you’ll be hearing, and experience them with ease and joy.

Imagine yourself in the various activities you anticipate and feel in your body, that joyful, easy, relaxed feeling you brought with you into this future.

When you’re ready, come back into the present moment.  Know that you’ve made significant, positive changes in your conscious and unconscious mind that will create beneficial changes in your future.

With all good wishes for you this holiday and always,


p.s. Check out the awesome 10 Day live EFT event- the 2011 Tapping World Summit.

Learn more about this life-changing and FREE! event here:

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Natalie Hill is a Transformational Coach for women entrepreneurs. She loves empowering women to bust through their blocks so they can be who they were born to be. Contact Natalie at Google+

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