Jan Carter


During the seventies and early eighties, I was a hippy chick with infamous bikers as my best friends.

One fateful weekend I awoke to the idea that I was worthy of my own deep love. I proceeded to practically gobble up every new age course, book, workshop and seminar that came my way.

Each one was to be 'The One' that would transform me into a more confident and successful version of who I had felt myself to be.

Transformations happened, however they were often short-lived.

Seven years ago I was introduced to Emotional Freedom Techniques, and have since cured myself of many physical and emotional problems using EFT with zero medical intervention.

Since training as an EFT Practitioner, I have helped people with a wide range of problems, often resulting in physical healing. EFT is compatible with numerous different modalities / techniques that I use and love, including tapping into the Law of Attraction.

And most AMAZINGLY, I have managed to overcome my intense fear of advertising myself!

Finding out how to manifest the best that life has to offer, and then sharing what I have learned with others, is integral to me.

Level 3 EFT Practitioner, Law of Attraction Practitioner, Heal Your Life (Louise Hay) Facilitator, Deep tissue Massage Therapist and Spiritual Healings, Nurse, Medic, Fire Fighter, Safety Officer, Director; Magnetic Attraction Movies, The Psyche of Dreams Facilitator, Author, Artist and Avid Organic Gardener

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'That Was Easy!' - How I tapped my way to freedom using EFT, and you can too
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 5,970. Language: English. Published: July 5, 2012. Categories: Nonfiction » Health, wellbeing, & medicine » Alternative therapies, Nonfiction » Inspiration » Personal inspiration
From 'hippie biker chick' to EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) practitioner... Read highlights of Jan Carter’s life journey as she shares the power of EFT to simply 'tap away our challenges'. Learn what EFT is, how Whoopi Goldberg used it, and how you can use it too.

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