EFT Café – 13th April 2016 – Undoing The Distress Of Projection Using EFT

All around us people are being annoying, they do and say things that upset and disturb us. Carl Jung suggested that, in spite of appearances, that which annoys us doesn’t reside the other person it resides in ourselves. He suggested that the people that annoy us represent for us parts of our disowned self, our […] Read more »

EFT Café – 9th March 2016 – Tapping Out Of Our Resistance To Change

Changing who we are and what we do can be a challenge. It be difficult to do the work we have to do to make those changes: eat differently, exercise more, learn more and so on. ​To make things more difficult we often have the difficulty of working against our own resistance to making those […] Read more »

EFT Café – 10th February 2016 – Meta Tapping: Releasing The Problem With The Problem

We all have challenging situations (AKA problems) to deal with. We may get stuck, angry or defeated with the difficulties in our lives. Feeling stuck with a situation or angry about what someone has done, or defeated by the failure of a project, are the most obvious signs that something is wrong. But it’s more […] Read more »

How To Unhook Negative Thoughts With EFT

“You don’t have to stay trapped in your thoughts just because you think them.” – Doug Dillon We are thinking all the time. Even though they come and go our thoughts are constant companions. We don’t ask for them, they seem to arise of their own accord. Sometimes our thoughts are helpful and pleasing to […] Read more »

EFT / Tapping Practice Day – 6th February 2016 – Newcastle upon Tyne

Practice with other people is the best way of keeping your hand (or is that fingertips) in with EFT. It is so easy to forget to use the tapping for everyday stresses and strains and all the other stuff that can be challenging to handle. Practising with other people reinforces your faith in the techniques […] Read more »

EFT Café – 13th January 2016 – Future Pull

Traditionally January is the time of New Year resolutions. Some of us make (vain) promises to ourselves to lose weight, exercise more, make more effort and so on. In a sense we decide what we need to do to become a thinner, fitter, accomplished version of ourselves. Instead of focusing on the goals themselves is […] Read more »