In this month’s EFT Café we will be looking a flexible and more powerful alternative to affirmations – questions.
Using EFT with questions can be a great way to direct your attention towards the things that you want without getting the â€˜kickback’ (or tail-enders) associated with affirmations.
Questions always direct your attention. You can’t help it, a question will send your mind off looking for an answer. Good questions send your mind off in useful directions, unhelpful questions send your mind off in less useful directions.
If you are always asking yourself: ‘What is wrong with me?’, or ‘How can I be so stupid?’, your brain will oblige you by going off and looking for reasons to back up those ideas.
If you ask yourself: ‘What do I want?’, or ‘What can I learn from this situation?’ then your brain will oblige you by looking for the answers to those questions which will take you somewhere more useful.
Because you have a tendency to get what you focus on your questions can be a powerful ally in getting you where you want to go.
While using questions by themselves is a powerful tool for self-development. Using questions with tapping to take care of any resistance or blocks within the answer to the question can help you get where you want to go even more quickly.
In this month’s EFT Café, Andy Hunt will explore the use of different kinds of questions and EFT to get you going to where you want to be.
The EFT Café is at St Oswald’s Hospice Teaching Centre on Wednesday 9th November from 7pm-9pm, cost is just £10.Image courtesy of UvaFragola