To Heal And Be Healed For The Common Good

heal (verb) : Old English hælan “cure; save; make whole, sound and well,” from Proto-Germanic hailjan, literally “to make whole” In 2005 I had an odd experience which crystallised my reasons for doing the work that I do. It's taken me several years to unpack that experience and I'm still figuring out the implications. I […] Read more »

Healing Self Blame Through Tapping

If you burnt the toast this morning as you were making breakfast you could say that you blamed yourself for the mistake. It's not such a bad mistake, you would probably get over it by lunch time. But, what if you always blamed yourself for everything. That would be a very different experience: you might give yourself a […] Read more »

Tapping Into Patience

Life is like a vast landscape with both soft grass and sharp thorns; impatience rails against the thorns, patience puts on shoes Rick Hanson, author of Buddha's Brain Life can be challenging. We all have so many things to do, places to go, people to see and there is not a moment to lose ... […] Read more »

How To Make Progress By Being Intolerant

Imagine setting out for a long, delightful walk in the countryside. After a few miles of happy wandering you notice that you have a stone in your shoe. Would you: A. Stop as soon as you could to take the stone out of your shoe? B. Keep walking, ignoring or distracting yourself from the discomfort, […] Read more »

Tapping Into Self-Compassion

"Always remember that you are absolutely unique, just like everyone else" - Margaret Mead Problems are a problem. Life is full of difficulties; they come in all shapes and sizes from the trivial and mundane to the life changing and heart rending. To make things worse we have a problem with ourselves having the problem […] Read more »

How To Escape The Law Of Jante With EFT

There are lots of ways to be limited by our beliefs. We don't just have our own limiting beliefs, we are deeply influenced by the attitudes and beliefs of our culture. Every society has rules and standards of behaviour intended to maintain a coherent and stable society. Some of these rules may not be very […] Read more »

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