Doing Aikido with Your Critical Voice

Mar 04, 10 Doing Aikido with Your Critical Voice

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Sometimes it’s good to “fight” for things. At other times it’s far more effective to use leverage instead. For example, when our internal critic is yakking away, there’s often an internal fight. What if we gave up the fight and used the principle of Aikido to leverage our critical voice? Aikido is a martial art performed by...

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Confused About the EFT Set-Up?

Feb 08, 10 Confused About the EFT Set-Up?

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Newcomers to EFT often get hung up on what to say in the EFT setup phrase. They wonder if they’re saying the perfect words. In classic EFT, the ending of the phrase is … I deeply and completely accept myself. Sometimes people will say, “But I don’t accept myself.” In these cases, be flexible in finding a phase that resonates and...

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About Frogs, Balloons, and EFT

Dec 08, 09 About Frogs, Balloons, and EFT

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As I recall, I found out about Joan Feldman’s book, A Frog in My Basement: A Therapist’s Curious Journey into Energy Psychology and the Law of Attraction from a Google Alert I have on EFT. For some reason I was drawn and compelled to buy a copy of the book. I just finished reading it and what a hoot it was. Joan’s book is an...

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Five Star EFT Tip

Oct 25, 09 Five Star EFT Tip

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When you try to make something happen or force it to happen, you create a block, a resistance. Also, any outcomes are limited to your own expectations. Instead, tap into consciousness. When you are not attached to any outcome, you are open to an infinite number of possibilities. With EFT, just “play” with what shows up in the...

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And Then What?

Oct 22, 09 And Then What?

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I was with a client today who wanted to tap on her phobia which is a fear of heights. I asked her to give me an example of something that if she thought about right now might get up to an 8 or 10 SUDS level. She picked one that had her at 10. It was being on the second level of a shopping mall and looking down. So we started...

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Angry at Obama?

Oct 15, 09 Angry at Obama?

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Psychological projection is the unconscious act of denial of a person’s own attributes, thoughts, and emotions, which are blamed on the outside world. For example, blaming the weather, the government, or another person or people. A popular person to blame is the President of the United States. Whether it’s a Republican or...

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