Episode: 30 - "Tapping for Peace of Mind" with Dr. Dawson Church

 05 April 2017

The Genie In Your Genes

I had taken a class on EFT, better known as tapping certain acupuncture points to relieve stress and pain. I admit, I felt pretty silly tapping my forehead, under my arms and near my eye sockets next to devout “believers” in the technique. I initially wrote it off as a bunch of "hooey," until I had a riding accident causing excruciating pain. My horse ran off with my friend chasing after him and there I sat alone in the woods. Faced with no choice, I tapped. Like Dorothy with her red shoes, I desperately wanted relief -

“Even though my leg may fall off, I still love and accept myself.” Tap. Tap. Tap. Unbelievably, I began to feel better. I chuckled and thought,
Is it really THAT simple???

I was hooked and HAD to find out who was behind this tapping phenomenon.

Dr. Dawson Church, an award-winning author whose best-selling book, The Genie in Your Genes, has been hailed by reviewers as a breakthrough in our understanding of the link between emotions and genetics. His infectious laugh and engaging stories will guide you through the fascinating world of thoughts affecting our health and peace - of - mind.

In this episode, Dr. Church explains:

  • What epigenetics means in regards to what controls certain genes being activated and if they can be controlled by thought.
  • "Tapping," better known as EFT or Emotional Freedom Technique has been shown to alleviate symptoms in veterans enduring symptoms of Post Traumatic Stress, (PTS)

Dr. Church also offers a free EFT download by going to http://dawsongift.com

Links to topics in the Conversation:

  • Watch EFT videos HERE
  • PTS Veteran Studies & Research on EFT HERE
  • “Genie In Your Genes Book HERE

Guest Name: Dr. Dawson Church
Episode Number: 30
Episode Airdate: 04/05/2017

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