by John Dougherty
Energy Psychology Practitioner
Why indeed? Fearing positive change seems to make no sense at all on the surface, yet believe it or not it is a very prevalent occurrence. Here is my take on this common phenomenon.
When we have negative beliefs about ourselves or … Continue reading
Andy Hunt is an EFT & NLP Trainer and Practitioner living in the North East of England. He works with people who give themselves a hard time and get in their own way. He is the author of the book Getting Out Of Your Own Way – Finding and Releasing Unconscious Blocks with EFT. You can visit him online at: http://www.practicalwellbeing.co.uk/
Do the classic EFT Setup Phrases work well for you? If your answer is "sometimes" or "no" you'll be happy to know there is a solution.
Today, we will take a look at the familiar EFT Setup Phrases, “I deeply and completely accept myself,” and “I love and accept myself” with a new perspective.
As many of you may know, EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) was … Continue reading
Andy Hunt is an EFT & NLP Trainer and Practitioner living in the North East of England. He works with people who give themselves a hard time and get in their own way. He is the author of the book Getting Out Of Your Own Way – Finding and Releasing Unconscious Blocks with EFT. You can visit him online at www.practicalwellbeing.co.uk.
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By Rehana Webster
Gary Craig’s Introduction
EFT Contributing Editor Steve Wells from Australia has been in contact with Rehana Webster, an expert in applying EFT in the New Zealand prison system.
As you might appreciate, prisoners often feel such pain, guilt, fear, etc. about their issues that they don’t want to discuss them with anyone. Accordingly, they can be very close mouthed about their problems. … Continue reading
In my first article for this newsletter, I introduced a different way to market your meridian tapping practice by using the concept of Success Coaching click here for article. In it I gave an example of marketing yourself as a "Success Coach" at what is called a "BNI" meeting.
Let me introduce myself. I am a Success Coach. Do you know what that means? My guess is that you don’t, which is why it this title carries a striking marketing advantage to those who qualify for adopting it. One of these might well be you!
Sometimes the hardest word to say is "no". We want to be helpful. We want to give. We don't want to be selfish. We want to be asked again in the future. There are so many reasons to say "yes". What are the reasons to say "no"?