How To Improve Your Tapping By Changing One Word

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I’ve just been listening to a recording of a talk about “Focusing“, a therapeutic technique that came out of research done by one of Carl Rogers’ colleagues Eugene Gendlin.

Gendlin noticed that the people who got the most benefit from counselling or therapy sessions were those that we able to connect to a ‘felt sense’ of what was going on in their bodies as they processed their experience.

In other words they were able to tune into their experience and be present with it as it changed.

Since then Focusing has developed and represents an interesting way of interacting with your felt sense of what is going on to make changes in your experience.

In the recording I listened to the presenter Ann Weiser Cornell suggested a simple change in people’s language that would help them feel differently about their experience.

Rather than just tell you what she said I’m going to invite you to try it out.

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EFT Café – October 9th – How To Be More Positive With EFT

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“You’ve got to accentuate the positive,
eliminate the negative,
latch on to the affirmative,
don’t mess with Mr In-Between”
– Harold Arlen & Johnny Mercer

The original focus of EFT was to eliminate negative emotions, which is a very worthwhile goal. Since then many people have been working on using EFT to amplify positive feelings to improve their lives.

In this EFT Café, Andy Hunt will demonstrate a simple and effective process to go from having a negative point of view towards an event or task to having a positive and resourceful state of mind.

Most of us have things we need to do that we don’t feel good about:

  • attending meetings
  • cleaning the cooker
  • making phone calls
  • dealing with difficult people
  • doing homework
  • etc

These kinds of things can feel bad. Perhaps we avoid them or work our way through them gritting our teeth and waiting for them to end.

It doesn’t have to be that way.

It is possible to think and feel differently about these situations and how we respond to them. We can become much more positive and resourceful and graceful in how we accomplish what we have to do.

This three step EFT process will help you move from all those negative feelings to feeling positive, resourceful and much more capable of doing what needs to be done.

This EFT Café will be on Wednesday 9th October, in the Teaching Centre at St Oswald’s Hospice, Newcastle upon Tyne from 7pm to 9pm and costs just £10.

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