EFT Café – May 2015 – Letting Go Of Unnecessary Suffering

Life can be very challenging. All sorts of things happen that we don’t want and can’t control. Spending a lot of your mental energy wanting the things we don’t want to be different, or wanting to control things that can’t be controlled causes us a lot of pointless suffering. In this month’s EFT Café, Andy […] Read more »

EFT Cafe – April 8th – How To Change What You Say To Improve Your Tapping Results

At first glance tapping looks quite simple. When you feel distress you tap on acupuncture points while saying some words and the distress goes away. What could be easier? The tricky part for most tappers is deciding what words to use. The words are there to direct the tapper’s attention to their experience so that […] Read more »

EFT Café – March 11th, 2015 – Tapping Down Memory Lane

One of the most powerful uses of EFT is as a method for taking the pain out of old memories. In an EFT Level 1 training I show people how to use the Movie Technique to soften old memories. It’s a great technique but there is often more to difficult memories than meets the (inner) […] Read more »

EFT Café – January 14th – What Lies Beneath Your Limiting Beliefs?

Limiting beliefs are all the rage. You can’t listen to a podcast or read an article about EFT without hearing about limiting beliefs and how they constrict your life. When they are discussed you often hear about the big, in your face, limiting beliefs such as: “I’m not good enough” or “I can’t …”. There’s […] Read more »

EFT Café – December 10th – Christmas Rehearsals

  How do you think your Christmas is going to turn out? Are you looking forward to happy get togethers or are you running through all the ways in which it’s could be stressful. We are blessed and cursed with imagination. How we use our imagination has a profound effect on how we act and […] Read more »

EFT Café – November 12th – The Origami Process

Sometimes how we feel about things is complicated, especially when those feelings are painful. In difficult situations we have our ‘first’ feelings: sadness, anger, disgust, fear, etcetera. That’s bad enough, but we may not be satisfied with having just one bad feeling, we add feelings about the ‘first’ feeling. We could feel resigned about our […] Read more »