In this month’s EFT Café Andy Hunt will demonstrate a technique for reducing self-judgemental attitudes, reduce should-ing on yourself and increase self-acceptance and compassion.
A few years ago EFT Master Gwyneth Moss invented the tapping routine “About, To, As If” to help ease difficult interpersonal relationships.
It allows you to tap through layers of difficult responses, judgements, unspoken thoughts towards that other person and develop a more empathic understanding of them.
“Reflexive Tapping” is a variation on that process which uses EFT to work on the judgements we have against ourselves, reduce the should-ing on ourselves that we do, ease our internal communications, leading to greater flexibility and more self-acceptance.
Andy Hunt will be demonstrating Reflexive Tapping at this months EFT Cafe on Wednesday March 13th.
The EFT Cafe takes place at St Oswald’s Hospice Teaching Centre, Gosforth, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE3 1EE from 7pm-9pm and costs just £10.