FREE Introduction to EFT

A free introductory talk on Emotional Freedom Techniques at The Holistic & Natural Living Centre in Newcastle on June 29th at 1:00 pm. I’ll be talking about and demonstrating EFT and how can be used to achieve greater peace of mind by:

  • Relieving the physical sensations of anxiety and stress, such as churning stomach, racing heart and stress headaches.
  • Changing your responses to challenging situations and people, being able to face difficulties with strength and confidence.
  • Letting go of irrational fears and phobias
  • Neutralising traumatic memories of accidents, assaults and abuse, or just cleaning up your emotional state after a bad day.
  • Preparing for stressful events such as public speaking or medical procedures, so you can be at your best, rather than a quivering wreck.

If any of those subjects are interesting to you, perhaps you might like to come along.


The talk is on at The Holistic & Natural Living Centre, 11 Heaton Road, Newcastle on Thursday June 29th 1:00pm – 3:00pm

If you’d like to come along please drop me a line or contact the Holistic Living Centre 0191 224 2444

Keeping a watchful eye over the honesty box

An interesting article in the New Scientist demonstrates that the feeling of being watched, even by a photocopy of a pair of eyes, prompts us to be more honest.

In an experiment in Newcastle University, the price lists in the coffee room about the ‘honesty box’ were surmounted on alternate weeks by a photo of flowers or a pair of eyes looking directly at the observer. In the weeks with the eyes on the list, staff paid 2.76 times as much for their drinks in the weeks with the flowers picture on top of the list.

Presumably offices will now be festooned with photocopies of watching eyes to make sure we’re all towing the line.

Successful use of EFT for fear of public speaking

I got an email from an attendee at an EFT for public speaking anxiety I did more than a year ago.

It’s been a busy old couple of weeks at work for me over the last month. Various work things have lead to a series of presentations, each getting more difficult. Some tapping was required on the run up to the talks, which got me far enough relaxed to actually prepare properly and break through those nerves and dread that usually stop me.

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Softening the blow

You may have noticed I have an interest in the stresses and strains of life threatening diseases. If you have cancer, you and those who care for you, know that you don’t just have the disease, you also get all the stress, anxiety and worry that goes with it. I am developing stress reduction courses specifically for cancer patients and their carers. To fine tune the process I am offering eight free stress reduction ‘courses’ to volunteers, four in Newcastle and four in Hexham

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Worried Sick

I’ve been reading ‘Worried Sick: The emotional impact of cancer’ a research report commissioned by Macmillan Cancer Support. The report investigates the impact of cancer on patients and their carers, it’s not comforting reading. Even though cancer survival rates are rising and people can expect to live longer, the emotional impact of the disease is immense.

The research found that:

  • 45% of cancer patients say that coping with the emotional aspects of cancer is the most difficult.
  • 75% of people with cancer experience anxiety.
  • 49% of people with cancer experience depression.

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