Rhonda from Rhode Island

Rhonda from Rhode Island

"It took only ONE 40 min. tapping session with your self-acceptance video to lift an unbearable pain I thought I'd have to live with for life." Click to Read More

Sebastian, Boston

"The thing that impressed me the most were the drills - I could see your clients getting better quite literally by the minute in the eye contact drill. And eye contact is one of those skills where it can be hard to leave a lasting difference on a guy."

Hey Mags -

Thanks for having me at IGT. The thing that impressed me the most were the drills - I could see your clients getting better quite literally by the minute in the eye contact drill. And eye contact is one of those skills where it can be hard to leave a lasting difference on a guy.

It'd be a pleasure to see the rest of your course. I am so impressed by what I saw in those two hours I was there, I will attend the next time I am in the U.K. - I have sat in as a guest on many programs besides my own, and taught a lot - I can say you were one of the most capitvating teachers I've met, and it was a most sincere honor to be in that room.

I learned a lot of great things from you, and found you quite inspirational. My doors are open to you any time in the United States, and you may join me as my guest at any table. I love what you're doing for London and for the world.

Thanks a lot, and God bless,

Sebastian

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