How to use EFT to get beyond “I’m right and you’re wrong”

When I was a teenager I always wanted to be right and for everyone to know that I was right. I would argue my point of view ‘seven ways till Sunday’ to prove that I was right and even if it didn’t start as an argument it frequently became one. Now when I look back […] Read more »

Training – Special Offer Just For ‘Tappers’ Who Want To Heal The ‘Inner Child’

As you may know I’ve been developing a collection of processes I call Identity Healing since 2010 as a way of working with entrenched patterns of emotion and behaviour that are often installed during childhood. These patterns are like younger versions of ourselves that come to the fore in stressful situations. If you’ve been in […] Read more »

Compassionate EFT

In every painful situation there are two sorts of suffering. The pain of the circumstances and our resistance to the situation (including our lack of compassion to ourselves). The pain of the situation is easy to understand. Our grief, disappointment, anger, guilt, shame and all those other challenging emotions are easy to see and feel. […] Read more »

EFT Café – How To See The Good In Yourself – Sept 10th, 2014

It’s easy to see the good in others. The good qualities of the people we admire, or respect, are very easy for us to see and acknowledge. But, it can be much harder for us to see and acknowledge the good qualities in ourselves. It seems to be much easier to find qualities to feel […] Read more »

Tapping Into Our Shadow

A man was walking home late one night when he saw the Mulla Nasrudin searching under a street light on hands and knees for something on the ground. “Mulla, what have you lost?” he asked.“The key to my house,” Nasrudin said.“I’ll help you look,” the man said.Soon, both men were down on their knees, looking […] Read more »

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 »

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