What fake steamship stories can tell us about personal development

For every complex problem there is an answer that is clear, simple, and wrong. – H. L. Mencken There is an amusing and inspiring steamship story that is often told in trainings or workshops, it goes something like this. In the days of the old steamships a passenger liner broke down just before the entrance […] Read more »

20 Ways To Squeeze Tapping Into Your Daily Life

“I haven’t got enough time to tap!” Like everything else, tapping takes time. If you have a busy life it can feel as if there isn’t enough time to fit tapping in. While there may not be time for intensive sessions of EFT in daily life, you can squeeze in soothing rounds of tapping into […] Read more »

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 »

How One Word Can Make Problems Easier To Deal With

Would you rather have your problems right in your face or at a more manageable distance? Most people would prefer to have room to breathe and think about their difficulties. When we think, or talk, about the challenges in our lives we tend to focus on the story of the problem. We get sucked in […] Read more »

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 »

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 »