EFT Café – 11th November 2015 – Tapping From A Problem To A Solution In Six Questions

Image courtesy of Milos Milosevic

Image courtesy of Milos Milosevic

Most of have difficulties in our lives that we might call problems.

And most people who have a problem would like a solution.

In this month’s EFT Café Andy Hunt will demonstrate a combination of a six step questioning process and tapping that will help you move from a problem to a solution in just 10 minutes.

The process combines a specific sequence of questions to direct your thinking and tapping to ease the flow of that thinking so you can come up with effective solutions to problems.

This EFT Café is on Wednesday 11th November from 7pm to 9pm at St Oswald’s Hospice Teaching Centre, Gosforth, Newcastle and costs just £10.

EFT Café – 14 October 2015 – Tapping To Be At Your Best

Better future

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Life is full of challenges.

If you have got this far in life you will have experienced many difficult situations and survived.

It’s more than likely that life will provide more opportunities to be challenged in the future.

We don’t look forward to many of the things we have to do:

  • interviews
  • medical & dental appointments
  • exams
  • social events
  • public speaking
  • meetings
  • etc

It’s easy to use EFT to take the charge out of these difficult events after they have happened. But how could you use tapping to make future challenges like this much more bearable, or even, (if you are lucky) enjoyable.

In October’s EFT Café, Andy Hunt will take you through a two tapping processes to help you release the stress and distress of the event that hasn’t happened yet, and help you prepare to be your most resourceful self when you get into that challenging situation.

This EFT Café is on Wednesday 14th October from 7pm to 9pm at St Oswald’s Hospice Teaching Centre, Gosforth, Newcastle.

Tapping for more self-acceptance when you don’t measure up

Tapping for self-acceptance

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Imagine a perfect world.

A world where you are the ideal person just as you are.

You are exactly the right age, height and weight. You have the perfect bank balance, energy levels and personality.

Not only that, everyone around you is just right as well.

Do you live in that world?

No, I didn’t think so. Neither do I.

Our real world frequently collides with our ideal world leaving the way we would like to be in tatters.

We all have our ideas of how we should be, what we should do, think, feel and say. These are our standards, we are aware of some of them, but many are unconscious.

If we meet our standards we feel good about ourselves – we have brought a bit of our ideal world into our real world.

But when we don’t meet these standards we may judge ourselves or find ourselves wanting.

How can you tell if you are falling short of your ideal world?

That’s simple.

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EFT Café – September 2015 – A Simple Approach To More Self Acceptance

Image courtesy of Chris Griffith

Image courtesy of Chris Griffith

Most of us are hard on ourselves.

We can find fault in who we are, how we look, what we think, say and do.

If there is a way to judge ourselves we can usually find it.

Of course, if you are judging yourself you are not accepting yourself. Since self-acceptance is an important part of emotional wellbeing, self-judgement isn’t good for you.

One of the many ways we find to fall short is to have standards that we don’t meet. Some of these standards are our own but many of them were learned during life and just adopted as the right way to be.

These standards show up every time we use the words:

  • I am too …
  • I am not … enough
  • I should …
  • I should not …

Every time we say or think these things we are falling short of these standards and may use it as a reason to reject ourselves.

In this month’s EFT Café Andy Hunt will demonstrate a simple process to find out where we are judging ourselves negatively and then show you a simple process for dissolving those judgements using Steve Well’s Intentional Energy Processes(IEP).

Unfortunately this EFT Café won’t give you instant and full unconditional self-acceptance, but it will give you a practical way of developing greater self acceptance.

This EFT Café is on Wednesday September 9th, 2015 from 7pm to 9pm at St Oswald’s Hospice Teaching Centre, Gosforth, Newcastle.

What fake steamship stories can tell us about personal development

For every complex problem there is an answer that is clear, simple, and wrong.
– H. L. Mencken

Steam ship

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There is an amusing and inspiring steamship story that is often told in trainings or workshops, it goes something like this.

In the days of the old steamships a passenger liner broke down just before the entrance to New York harbour.

The ship was helpless, there was nothing the ship’s engineer or crew could do. The liner lay dead in the water unable to make any headway.

The captain radioed the harbour asking them to send their most skilful engineer to solve the problem.

The engineer rode a pilot-boat to the crippled liner, where the captain showed him to the engine room.

To the captain’s surprise the engineer just wandered about. He walked around the engine room, putting his hand on the miles of piping and his ear to junctions and valves. He looked into the boilers and over the towering engine.

By now the captain was beginning to get impatient. “When is this man actually going to DO something?” he thought.

After half an hour of wandering around the engineer just scratched his chin, nodded to himself and asked for a hammer.

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20 Ways To Squeeze Tapping Into Your Daily Life

“I haven’t got enough time to tap!”

Busy schedule

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Like everything else, tapping takes time. If you have a busy life it can feel as if there isn’t enough time to fit tapping in.

While there may not be time for intensive sessions of EFT in daily life, you can squeeze in soothing rounds of tapping into the many small gaps in your daily schedule.

Some of these tapping opportunities can be in the comfort of your own home, some of them are out and about.
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EFT Café – June 2015 – Intentional Energy Processes


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Intentional Energy Processes (IEP) are a new set of tapping tools created by Steve Wells of www.eftdownunder.com. These processes are designed to help us easily let go of unwanted emotional baggage and to align with our deeper intentions.

In standard EFT we work to dismantle limiting beliefs or unpleasant emotional reactions. In IEP the focus is not on the belief, or emotion, itself but on our tendency to become emotionally attached to what we think and feel.

The IEP processes help us let go of those attachments quickly and easily so that we can move forward in the direction we want to go. Not only can we let go of those blocks we can use our intentions as a clever way of uncovering our blocks so they can be released.

IEP is a new and powerful way of moving forward in the world through a simple tapping process. In the June EFT Café (the last before the summer break) Andy Hunt will demonstrate these processes and show you how you can use them to move forward in your life.

This EFT Café is on Wednesday June 10th from 7pm to 9pm at St Oswald’s Hospice Teaching Centre, Gosforth, Newcastle.