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 »

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 »

EFT Café – 9th December 2015 – How To Disengage From Troublesome 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 Café – 11th November 2015 – Tapping From A Problem To A Solution In Six Questions

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 […] Read more »

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

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 […] Read more »

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

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 […] Read more »