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 »

How can the people who annoy you help you get more from your tapping?

You may have noticed that people can be very annoying, they can do and say things that upset and disturb us. Wouldn’t it be great if we could reduce that level of annoyance and, as a free bonus, improve our own self-acceptance? Thanks to Carl Jung and some tapping we can do just that. Jung […] Read more »

EFT Café – 13th April 2016 – Undoing The Distress Of Projection Using EFT

All around us people are being annoying, they do and say things that upset and disturb us. Carl Jung suggested that, in spite of appearances, that which annoys us doesn’t reside the other person it resides in ourselves. He suggested that the people that annoy us represent for us parts of our disowned self, our […] 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 »