EFT Cafe – 14th December 2016 – Tapping Into Kindness

Tapping Into Kindness

Christmas is (or used to be) the season of goodwill to all. ​For most of us spreading goodwill to all is much easier in theory than in practice. In the Buddhist tradition there are specific practices designed to help us develop our ability to be kind and friendly to others. The spirit of friendly kindness […] Read more »

EFT Cafe – 9th November 2016 – Resistance, Acceptance and Change

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In any EFT book or training you quickly learn about the setup statement: “Even thought I have this problem, I deeply and completely accept myself” Tapping on the side of the hand while repeating this phrase is designed to ‘set the scene’ for the tapping to come by addressing what tappers would call ‘psychological reversal’ […] Read more »

EFT Café – 12th October 2016 – Balancing Safety And Vulnerability With EFT

How safe or how vulnerable we feel make a big difference about what we are willing to do, what risks we are prepared to take. Having safety and vulnerability out of balance might mean that we struggle in certain situations and don’t have access to all our resources. In this month’s EFT Café we will […] Read more »

EFT Café – 14th September 2016 – Loosening Limiting Beliefs With EFT

Limiting beliefs are one of the best ways of staying stuck. They limit our ability to see possibilities and our ability to take action to achieve our goals. They are also remarkably resilient. Like weeds they grow and take root. Once established they can be very hard to remove. Using EFT/Tapping we can tap on […] Read more »

EFT Café – 8th June 2016 – Tapping Into The Power Of Questions

Lots of people use affirmations to try to get from where they are now to where they want to be. When you make an affirmation you ‘pretend’ to already have what you want, in the hope that if you imagine hard enough and long enough that you already have it your unconscious mind will somehow […] Read more »

EFT Café – 11th May – How To Stop Shoulding On Yourself

Should: Used to indicate obligation, duty, or correctness, typically when criticizing someone’s actions Are you shoulding on yourself? Are you telling yourself all day, every day, what you should be doing (and feeling bad about what you haven’t done? Sometimes we have so many ‘shoulds’ it’s difficult to know what we want. You may also […] Read more »