2012 Tapping World Summit – Natalie’s Recommendations

May 7 Update

The 2012 Tapping World Summit starts tonight at 8 pm EST.  

First presentations: Carol Look on “Overcoming Overwhelm for a Life of Success” and Stacey Vornbrock on “Breaking Through the Fear of Failure and the Fear of Success.”

 Over 500,000 people have registered so far this year.  

 If you’re not registered yet, here’s the link:  http://efttappingtechniques.com/summit-registration 

Seems like the whole world is catching on to Tapping.   

You don’t need to be there tonight right at 8:00 pm EST, because both Stacey and Carol will be available for 24 hours.  

Which to listen and tap along to?   


Carol Look is one of my all-time favorite EFT gurus.  I’ve got nearly all her products and done live workshops with her.  I really resonate with Carol’s style. 

Stacey Vornbrock specializes in working with professional athletes.

She has a unique – and very precise and detailed style – and I always learn a lot from tapping with her.  She usually presents on physical issues in the Summit, so I’m curious about this presentation. 

Notes on Day 1

I REALLY enjoyed tapping with Stacey Vornbrock’s scripts on fear of failure and fear of success.  Her unique brand of tapping, talking to the body, seemed to really get at some things I was holding onto.  

I actually decided to buy the Summit digital downloads just so I could get all her tapping scripts in the workbook!  

I loved it when Stacey said, “When you’re tapping, be as negative as you can be.  You’re giving your body the information it needs to heal. And when you’re not tapping, be as positive as you can be.”

The biggest aha from tapping with Carol was the realization that we might use overwhelm as way to avoid feeling the deeper feelings that might be really painful.  In that way, we’d want to avoid seeking clarity. 

Share YOUR reactions below!

May 8 Update

Nick Ortner – A Faster Solution: Understanding and Healing Pain and Illness

Gwenn Bonnell – Physical Pain and the Emotion of Resentment:  A Surprising Connection

I won’t get to listen to these two until Wednesday, because I’ve got a dinner circle Tuesday night (and I’m one of the cooks!).  Feel free to come here and post your suggestions and reactions. 

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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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