Allowing Happiness on Cue

Nov 17, 11 Allowing Happiness on Cue

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In a blog post titled, Happiometricians, published a few years ago, I said that I’d found a great way to get an energy buzz by tapping on the EFT points while saying, “I release any ways that I’m feeling unhappy. I choose happiness right here, right now.” Although we may not all agree on what happiness is,...

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Boss Acting Like a Baboon?

Oct 19, 11 Boss Acting Like a Baboon?

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Years ago, I read what I consider the best book out there on how stress affects our health, psyche and spirit. It’s Stanford professor and researcher Robert Sapolsky’s, Why Zebras Don’t Get Ulcers. He’s a biologist specializing in neuro-endocrinology. I just watched a older National Geographic Special,...

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Bestselling EFT Book Now in Paperback, Kindle, Nook Editions

May 24, 11 Bestselling EFT Book Now in Paperback, Kindle, Nook Editions

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Other than Gary Craig’s EFT Manual, this book has probably sold more copies than any other EFT book. Now available in paperback, Kindle and Nook editions, Freedom at Your Fingertips: Get Rapid Physical and Emotional Relief with the Breakthrough System of Tapping is available in many countries internationally. The book is the...

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EFT Meets Emile Coue

May 10, 11 EFT Meets Emile Coue

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With classic EFT, at the end of our setup statement we say, “I deeply and completely accept myself.” This reassuring phrase removes any conflicts. It’s integrative, uniting all parts of ourselves consciously and unconsciously. One of the things I hear from people who are new to EFT is that it doesn’t seem to...

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Quit? Smokers Love Smoking.

Apr 12, 11 Quit? Smokers Love Smoking.

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Let’s quit nagging smokers to quit smoking. Let’s stop all of the shocking, fearful public service announcement scare tactics. They don’t work because they don’t address the most important element. Yes, intellectually people know smoking is “bad” for them. It’ just that they love to smoke....

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