Robert Smith the founder of FasterEFT has set up an online video training Course.
This is especially for those of you that aren’t able to attend live seminars because of distance, cost or availability. Now you can watch those videos as many times as you want, within the comfort of your own home!
Our FIRST online video training course – “Transform Your Life with FasterEFT” is up and running. We’ve got a discount going on right now because we really appreciate your support and want you to benefit from this as much as possible.
“Transform Your Life with FasterEFT” is an introduction to the FasterEFT tapping style. It’s the next step after the “7 Day Quick Start Course” and the step before Level I training.
“Transform Your Life with FasterEFT” contains almost 9 hours of video to help you learn the basics of FasterEFT including the FasterEFT belief system, how the mind works, the structure of problems and how to release those problems using the FasterEFT tapping style. It will teach you how to fix problems in your life and give you a sense of peace. It also includes live demonstrations of the FasterEFT tapping process by Robert Smith (see “Course Outline” below).
Online Video Training Course Outline
Upper model of the world
Lower model of the world
What really is energy
The intelligent idiot
The trance monkey
What is a belief
Why I am so “screwed up” or “broken”
6 ways to change memory
Work on yourself
What is the opposite of love
The healing process
Live tapping demonstration by Robert Smith helping Bridget tap away her issues of “being put down” and suppressed anger
Why does tapping work
Live tapping demonstration by Robert Smith helping Lynette tap away issues with her mom’s death and subsequent family issues
Grief and loss
Live tapping demonstration by Robert Smith helping Jade tap away a childhood memory of her aggressive father and the anxiety of “she is going to get hurt”.
Live tapping demonstration by Robert Smith helping Vesna tap away her belief that her marriage was a failure because of an earlier childhood sexual abuse memory