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TATLife is the home of TAT® (Tapas Acupressure Technique) -- an easy way to experience real joy, real freedom and real change. They provide webinars, trainings, consultations and materials so you can learn to do TAT® by yourself or with guided help.

Laughter Club - Laughter Wellness

Practice! Try Gaga Barnes' daily laughter session on the phone. Every day at 9 AM PST on the conference line. Call in 712.432.3900 (Iowa). The access code is 6071292#. Duration = about 20 minutes. Free. Please do not disrupt that call by asking questions. Just go along and laugh as directed.

Zero Limits

Offering personal coaching sessions to assist you in learning how you can personally use Ho'oponopono in your life. 
30 minutes for $22.00,  weekly sessions available.  If you schedule an appointment I will personally be using Ho'oponopono toward our healing.- Email Julie: AskJulieEBrent@gmail.com

Dr. Ihaleakala Hew Len has been practicing the updated Ho'oponopono since November of 1982.  He was taught the process by Kahuna Lapa'au Morrnah Nalamaku Simeona, who was designated a Living Treasure of Hawaii in 1983.  He was staff psychologist in the forensic unit for the criminally mentally ill at Hawaii State Hospital for several years.  He has taught the updated Ho'oponopono around the world and at the United Nations several times.2. Zero Limits: The Secret Hawaiian System for Wealth, Health, Peace, and More by Joe Vitale and Ihaleakala Hew Len Ph.D (Paperback - Dec 31, 2008) 

Tapping with Brad Yates

TAPPING: also known as EFT, is a wonderful tool for removing the uncomfortable emotions that limit our success. Using this technique, you can gain the emotional freedom to truly pursue being, doing and having what you really want in life. If you are tired of it being a struggle to make positive changes, perhaps it’s time you tried tapping. - Brad Yates

BENIGN PAROXYSMAL POSITIONAL VERTIGO

In Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV) dizziness is generally thought to be due to debris which has collected within a part of the inner ear.  This debris can be thought of  as "ear rocks", although the formal name is "otoconia". Ear rocks are small crystals of calcium carbonate derived from a structure in the ear called the "utricle".
The symptoms of BPPV include dizziness or vertigo, lightheadedness, imbalance, and nausea. 

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