How To Use EFT To Rehearse A Better Future

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Mental rehearsal has been used by athletes and other peak performers for many years. It’s a proven method of psychologically preparing yourself in advance to handle challenging situations.

You can use EFT to enhance your mental rehearsal because it is an excellent way of smoothing out any emotional blocks or reactions that could get in the way of your improved performance.

This process shows you how to use EFT to work on changing the way you act in challenging situations such as: interviews, difficult conversations with family members, unpleasant medical procedures, etc.

You can also use it to improve your performance in something you are already pretty good at and would like to get better at.

What do you want to change?

Bring to mind an upcoming event that you would like to handle differently.

As you think of this upcoming situation ask yourself:

  1. What outcome do I want from this situation?
  2. How would I like to be in this situation? Do I need to be more relaxed, more determined, energetic, receptive, out-spoken, or something else?
  3. What qualities would I like to exhibit in that situation? What emotional or psychological states would help me get the results I want?

Notice that we are focusing on emotional / psychological states rather than material resources. Perhaps the situation could be solved by winning the lottery or getting a new boss. If you can’t rely on either of those then you will have to figure out some way of being in that situation that makes better use of your internal resources.

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Are You Hanging On To Old Wounds?

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A man walks into a bar with an arrow sticking out of his chest.

He walks up to the astonished barman and asks for a beer.

The barman stares in disbelief at the arrow poking out through an old check shirt encrusted with dried blood.

He asks: “What the hell happened to you?!”

The man, rolling his eyes, says ” What does it look like? I was shot in the chest with an arrow!”

“Does it hurt?”, says the barman, staring at the arrow while pouring the beer.

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EFT Level 1 – Stockton On Tees – September 22nd

AAMETEmotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) is a simple, yet very effective, healing process that uses your body’s built-in stress relief system.

By tapping with the fingertips on the ends of acupuncture meridians you can reduce, or eliminate, all types of negative emotions including fears, anger, phobias, grief, traumatic memories, stress and anxiety.

EFT can also relieve many physical conditions that may have an emotional component, such as headaches, muscle stiffness, pain, food cravings, smoking, itching and nail biting.

This training is fully self-contained and open to all, after attending you will be able to use EFT confidently for a variety of issues. If you want to go further, developing your EFT skills for working with other people, it serves as the foundation for the Level 2 / AAMET EFT Practitioner course.

This training will take place at the Butterwick Hospice, Stockton On Tees.

Therapist and trainer Andy Hunt will teach you how to use EFT, showing you how to:

  • Take the pain out of stressful situations
  • Free you from painful memories
  • Lessen anxiety about future events
  • Improve the quality of your relationships
  • Ease physical conditions.

This is the introductory level of EFT training and equips you with the skills to use EFT to work on your own issues and those of your family and friends. It’s a hands-on training with lots of supervised practice, you’ll soon be using EFT for yourself, and you may be surprised at just how quick, effective and painless it can be.

Each participant will receive a full manual and supporting materials.

Time:    9:30am-5:30pm, Saturday September 22nd, 2012

Venue:    Butterwick Hospice, Stockton on Tees

Full Cost:    £70 (less than half the usual price)

To book find out more and book your place click here.

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