EFT Cafe – Jan 8th, 2014 – How To Be For Yourself

It’s an incredible opportunity to have a life. You are the only person to have been born into your life, you will occupy it only for as long as it lasts. It’s yours alone, to make what you will of it. To make the most of that opportunity we need to have an inner orientation […] Read more »

How To Boost Your Respondability

Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom. Viktor E. Frankl Perhaps you’ve had these kinds of experience: Your manager gets an expression on their face that makes you feel like a child waiting for a […] Read more »

How To Improve Your Tapping By Changing One Word

I’ve just been listening to a recording of a talk about “Focusing“, a therapeutic technique that came out of research done by one of Carl Rogers’ colleagues Eugene Gendlin. Gendlin noticed that the people who got the most benefit from counselling or therapy sessions were those that we able to connect to a ‘felt sense’ […] Read more »

Is Your Inner Critic Making A Mistake?

Lots of people are hard on themselves. Some people are very hard on themselves. However hard you are on yourself it is not fun. Being shouted at on the inside of your head by a Sergeant Major who is telling you how useless you are can be very stressful. Very few people enjoy the treatment, […] Read more »

Greater Self-Acceptance In 3 Parts

Many people struggle to accept themselves, some people even hate themselves. In their eyes they don’t have a problem, they are the problem. In my work with these people I work with three aspects of self-hate. Inner critics Unhelpful identity beliefs Internal identity conflicts The aim of this work is to retrain or retire inner […] Read more »

What is the difference between resignation and acceptance?

Resignation and acceptance are two ways of dealing with difficult circumstances. Resignation: Something bad has happened and there is nothing I can do … sigh …. Acceptance: Something has happened (which I don’t like) and what can I do next? Even though they are very different, many people (especially those prone to resignation), think they […] Read more »

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