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 »

The Origami Process

Sometimes how we feel about things is complicated, especially when those feelings are painful. Some emotional responses can be very difficult to shift with tapping (or anything else). Part of the problem is that our emotional responses are seldom single or straight forward. We have our ‘first’ feelings: sadness, anger, disgust, fear, etcetera, in response […] 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 »

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 »

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