One Word Tapping – Minimalist EFT

One of the problems introducing people to EFT is that after learning the tapping they don’t use it on a regular basis because they can’t figure out how to construct tapping statements. They don’t know what areas of the stressful situation to focus on and what words to use in their tapping statements. At the […] 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 »

Identity Healing – Are Your Younger Selves Suffering?

If you look at your passport or your driving license you can see your name and your photo. Even if the photo is bad you can tell that it is you. You appear to be just one person. But is that true? On the outside you may project an image of calm, capability, or one […] 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 »

How to use EFT to get beyond “I’m right and you’re wrong”

When I was a teenager I always wanted to be right and for everyone to know that I was right. I would argue my point of view ‘seven ways till Sunday’ to prove that I was right and even if it didn’t start as an argument it frequently became one. Now when I look back […] Read more »

Training – Special Offer Just For ‘Tappers’ Who Want To Heal The ‘Inner Child’

As you may know I’ve been developing a collection of processes I call Identity Healing since 2010 as a way of working with entrenched patterns of emotion and behaviour that are often installed during childhood. These patterns are like younger versions of ourselves that come to the fore in stressful situations. If you’ve been in […] Read more »

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