Quickie Covert EFT

This excellent EFT tip comes courtesy of Charlie Curtis of the Art Of NLP Yahoo newsgroup. A really quick and easy way to do EFT, that can be done just about anywhere, as it doesn’t draw attention, is: Place several fingers of one hand on the gamut point of the other hand (the groove between […] Read more »

Categories: EFT

To tap or not to tap

A came across this elegant summary of perenial problem To tap or not to tap, That is the question. Whether ‘tis nobler in the mind To suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune Or to tap continually against a sea of troubles, And by opposing—end them. William Shakespeare with adjustments by Dr David Lake […] Read more »

Categories: EFT

Stress Relief for Nurses

You may not know that May 12th is International Nurse’s Day. I know a few nurses and all of them seem to be under stress. I was sitting in a coffee shop and I noticed a poster promoting Nurse’s Day and as a special offer I’ve decided to offer a three session Stress Relief Program […] Read more »

The Art of NLP

I’ve just added a link to The Art Of NLP, it’s an internet discussion group moderated by Charlie Curtis a hypnotherapist, NLPer and EFTer. It’s an excellent place for amateur and professional EFTers to find out about different techniques and approaches. If you’re interested in how to use this stuff in new and powerful ways […] Read more »

Emotional dumbing down

Andy Smith, an expert in NLP and Emotional Intelligence, has written an excellent article on dumbing down in British culture. He describes how the UK tabloid press and TV culture are lowering our levels of emotional intelligence through: Voyeurism. Living other people’s lives instead of our own. Passing judgement. Encouraging a ‘them and us’ mentality. […] Read more »

Stress and overeating

Just in case you hadn’t realised, it’s official: stress can cause you to overeat! This article in the New Scientist explains how stressed rats, it had to be rats didn’t it, had increased levels of desire for food in comparison to their unstressed companions “Stress magnifies the wanting,” says Berridge …. It’s a bit like […] Read more »