Is it possible to have everyday happiness?
Life can be stressful even with our best ‘manifestation’ efforts, so how could we be happy all the time?
Is that really possible, and if so, how would that work?
Meet Claire Hayes, transformational expert and author of Everyday Happiness: EFT Tapping for Self Transformation That Really Works, tonight on TapFest. Claire will walk us through the 3 keys to finding the clues in your own life that will allow you, too, to have confidence and happiness.
A former dancer and choreographer, Claire came to energy work from a rich, experiential body consciousness, reaching deeply into the ways in which we express ourselves physically and emotionally in an intuitive, interior dance of the heart. She speaks eloquently about the ways in which this can be brought into our daily practice, transforming the mundane to magnificent.
Join us for another great TapFest conversation, where we delve deep into spirit, to burst through with powerful, practical applications to improve and enrich your every day experience.
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HOST: Jondi Whitis, an EFT Trainer and Practitioner in Brooklyn, NY, is one of the co-founders of TapFest.com, the global tapping site, and TappingStar, the site for tapping with kids. A multi-media artist, she also teaches literacy through Art in New York City public schools, daily seeing first-hand the need and the result of how tapping helps children take charge of their feelings and choices, and perform better, too! Jondi welcomes private and group sessions, training in EFT for certification, and specialty classes for integrating EFT into any situation or specialty. Her mission of growing a globally conscious community drives her private practice as well. Contact her here for speaking engagements, specialty groups, private sessions and EFT Training for Mastery: [email protected] or [email protected]
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