Today, Brad Yates‘ newest book launches on Amazon and I’ve had the pleasure of previewing it… it’s called “The Wizard’s Wish” and it introduces tapping (EFT) to children. In case you’re not familiar with Brad, he is one of the early adopters and leading experts in the field of tapping and was also featured in the documentary “The Tapping Solution” (along with people like Jack Canfield, Joe Vitale, Dr. Joe Mercola, Bob Proctor, and others. What follows is my review…
“The Wizard’s Wish” is, in my opinion, a revolutionary book because it introduces the power of tapping (EFT) to children in a fun, informational, and easy to understand way. It shows how children (and their parents) can quickly and easily work with their emotional states and bring more peace and happiness into their lives through a better understanding of tapping.
Fortunately the story isn’t too long, nor too short, and the playfully colorful illustrations keep the subject matter lighthearted enough and engaging for children to stay focused. I particularly appreciate that there are deeper spiritual messages shared within this book, such as our ability to be conscious of and heal our emotional states, generosity and compassion, and self empowerment (just to name a few).
If you’re not already familiar with EFT / tapping, at the end of the book is a brief explanation and tutorial that will help you gain more clarity. Alternatively, you can also watch “The Tapping Solution” (though that’s definitely not for kids).
I know I’ll be reading this to my son as he grows older, so that wherever and whenever he goes, he can have advanced consciousness tools at his fingertips.
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