New Zealand’s response to tragedy It has been a week since the fatal Christchurch massacre in New Zealand. Fifty Muslims killed, and another 49 injured by a lone gunman as they prayed in their mosques. Our small country has reeled. We are a multicultural society of 200 nationalities, speaking 160 languages and with many different […]Read More
Category: Areas of EFT Practice
Emotions, Responses and Steps Towards Healing On Friday March 15th 2019 there was a terrorist attack on two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand. As one journalist put it, “it took just 21 minutes of mayhem to end 50 lives and changed hundreds of others forever”. But that wasn’t quite accurate. It changed far more than […]Read More
Have you ever stubbed your toe against the kerb, or caught your hand on the side of a hot oven/pan/iron, chopped your thumb when you were aiming for the cabbage (it’s best not to ask me to shred cabbage!), bumped into an armchair/doorway/person, missed a step up/down, scalded yourself in steam from the kettle, spilled a freshly brewed mug of tea, hammered your fingers and missed the nail, tripped on the mat, fallen off a swing, slipped on ice/mud/banana skin? What about paper cuts and blisters, bruises, grazes, insect bites, over-reaching for the top shelf, minor whiplash even?Read More
The devastating emotional impact of ferocious storms, fires, floods and earthquakes can leave us in an indescribable state of despair. So where and how do we begin?
At times like these the idea of tapping may not seem appealing, even though we know it can help. So be gentle with yourself, and consider beginning with one of the two silent options suggested. Going through the process with eyes closed should improve the calming effect.Read More
How I avoided a hysterectomy by tapping….Read More
A fascinating exploration of an egg allergy and its connection to a difficult relationship and a pie!Read More
Combining families, traditions or holidays this year? A guide to happier trails.Read More
Whether you are personally caught up in the rage, angry or outraged about the “Age of Rage”, understand that your anger is damaging not only to your well begin, but adds to the energy of the global rage. Some vigorous rant tapping will make a difference for you and the unfortunate epidemic.Read More
This article briefly describes my abreaction to caged children and separated family stories and how I used EFT to self regulate and return to centre.Read More
Y was 11 years old. He was an enthusiastic member of the scouts who loved camping, but was very wary of striking matches. So he was keen to overcome his fear. Do you think it’s something that your tapping could help with? Well, the best way to find out is to give it a go. […]Read More
Here’s a friendly and accessible discussion of how life’s everyday events can suddenly turn into traumatic memories. Knowing this gives us the power to see the event for what it is, and then more easily deconstruct them with EFT.Read More
Do you begin to feel selfish when you dare to turn your attention to doing things for yourself, or heaven forbid if you decide to do something purely for the sake of having fun? A curious thing is how often people believe themselves to be selfish, when it simply isn’t true.Read More
Did you know that it has been proven that awareness begins in the heart and not the brain?
And did you know that brain-heart two-way communication is constant? The heart actually sends far more signals to the brain than the brain does to the heart! The heart’s intricacies are sophisticated enough to qualify as a heart brain.
Whether you are among those drawn the news like a moth to the flame or someone who avoids the news, these days it is pretty much inescapable.Read More
Remembrance Day has got me thinking about memory. And about something that really struck me as key in the last year of studying trauma intensively…Linked Article
As I become clearer with EFT and meditation, I see myself and feel myself growing and flowing in life with increasing purpose. However, with growth comes new challenges and new challenges means the unknown and the unknown is potentially unsafe.Read More