Thought Field Therapy Tapping Featured In the Daily Mail
Janet Thomson is a TFT diagnostic level practitioner and an algorithm level trainer. She has been in the media and nutrition and fitness industries for many years and has authored several books in that arena. She is a very vibrant and energetic speaker and trainer.
She does an excellent job of creating media awareness for her work and TFT and we’re pleased that she always gives recognition to Roger.
Janet was recently interviewed by the Daily Mail in the UK… in it she tells her story of How to Tap into Happiness.
When businesswoman Janet Thomson walked away from her marriage after 25 years, she was wracked with guilt. But she was able to free herself from the past with an extraordinarily simple technique – tapping.
Driving past the beautiful home where I had raised my children, I expected to be overwhelmed with emotion. There was so much to remember: My boys running endless races on the lawn.
My daughter wheeling her dolls pram up and down the drive. The summer parties. The birthdays and Christmas celebrations.
The list was endless and every memory was a reminder of what I had lost.
My home, with its six bedrooms, its pool room and breathtaking conservatory, now belonged to strangers. I had been forced to sell it after a painful divorce.
But while I could remember every detail of my former life, I was amazed to discover that I didn’t feel even the faintest flicker of emotion. Every bad feeling had evaporated.
I could look back on my old life and all the trauma of my divorce without a single tear. In fact, the only thing I felt was immense relief to know I had ‘cured’ myself of heartache.
I’d managed this not by months of soul searching and expensive therapy, but by the simplest means imaginable. I literally tapped my emotions away.
I’m no fool – I’m a successful businesswoman with a masters degree.
But I am utterly convinced that, while it may sound absurdly simple, Thought Field Therapy (TFT) is an extraordinarily powerful tool.
Tapping various parts of your body while concentrating on the event that’s troubling you, you eliminate the effect of those memories.
When you have a trauma, you hold a memory of that trauma in your body in the form of a code that your body uses to re-assess the negative feelings. These codes are stored in your meridian systems – the pathways through which the body flows energy and which are used in acupuncture.
Here, Janet, 48, from Leicestershire, explains…
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