I recently made a video about a morning routine that you can do which incorporates EFT tapping to set yourself up for a great day. Here is a transcript of the video for those of you who prefer the written word!
It may surprise you to learn that I haven't always enjoyed meeting new people, talking to large groups, and teaching! Read my story here.
One way that a practitioner’s help can be invaluable is to spot patterns in your experiences that you are unaware of. Our subconscious brains tend to run the same unhelpful patterns over and over. Here’s an example of travel anxiety from one of my clients.
In a recent group tapping session I ran, people experienced amazing shifts. It reminded me that that EFT seems to work especially well when done with others. Here I explore some of the benefits of group EFT tapping work.
EFT stands for Emotional Freedom Technique – so it’s all about emotions right? Well, yes, but emotions never exist in isolation from other parts of our well-being as humans. The Triangle of Health model can help us understand how EFT works.
I recently posted a video including four different ways to incorporate EFT tapping into an evening routine to help you sleep better at night. I know some people prefer to read than to watch videos, so here is a transcript that you can use. It might be especially helpful if you are avoiding using screens in the hours before bed.