My friend Liz Kirsopp replied to a question about using EFT for OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder) on our EFT Cafe email group. It's an excellent description of how to use EFT with what is thought of as a difficult condition. The question was: "Hi was wondering if there was some advice on EFT and OCD […] Read more »

Every behaviour is appropriate in some context

Every behaviour is appropriate in some context is one of the presuppositions, or operating beliefs, of NLP. One way of putting this is that: all behaviours are adopted because in some circumstances they serve some purpose for us. People sometimes get into difficulties when the behaviour that was a solution to an old problem becomes […] Read more »

Categories: NLP

Failure Tip 2: Be vague

Even if you know what you want (see Failure Tip: 1) An excellent way to mess up your chances of getting what you want is to be vague about it as possible. Then you have a very good chance of not hitting the target because you don't know what it is, or what you might […] Read more »

10 Good Reasons To Learn EFT

It works It's flexible It's free It has no side effects - the worst thing that can happen is nothing at all It's easy to learn It's portable It's gives the responsibility for your well being back to you It's fast It's relaxing It doesn't matter whether you believe in it or not. Download my […] Read more »

Categories: EFT

Focus on what you don't want

This is the first of a short series of article about how not to get what you want. Here's my first failure tip, follow this reliably and you are bound to go wrong Spend your time thinking about what you don't want Think in great detail about what you don't want, what's wrong with your […] Read more »