This is a super short article on mentoring and how important it is. It’s all about taking good CARE.Read More
Accredited Certified EFT Master Trainer of Trainers
Ranjana is an inspired Wellness Educator and a liberating facilitator. She is a holistic health professional dedicated to emotional and spiritual freedom.
Co-author of "Detachment - The Secret to Infinite Peace" and the co-creator of LiberatingTouch®, Ranjana practises and teaches EFT and Jin Shin Jyutsu with depth and experiential understanding. She is a compelling EFT Trainer of Trainers, an intuitive artist and an inquisitive health researcher.
Ranjana succeeded in overcoming chronic health challenges and since 1995 has been interested in nutrition, complementary therapies and holistic health. She has also travelled extensively and was a lecturer in Fine Arts. Devoted to the journey of Self-Realisation she continues to paint and write.
Over the last 25 years Ranjana alongside her partner Eddie, have been exploring and developing processes for health and spiritual regeneration so that their clients and students can be free to create and embrace the life that would reflect the fullness, and potential of who they are. Together they apply innovative approaches that bring about balance, serenity, and effective dynamic shifts.
Articles by Ranjana Appoo
What is this really about? The first time I read the phrase Black Lives Matter, I thought, “Of course they do!”, but what is this really about? Is this a political issue? Is this unique to the West, where wealth has been accrued through discrimination and disregard of life? Perhaps this is more relevant to […]Read More
Tips for Practitioners Editorial note: Ranjana is a practitioner of great skill and many years’ experience. Whilst it is wonderful to see the far-reaching potential of EFT, we all need to be mindful of ‘not going where we don’t belong’. This article can be an encouragement for us all to continue to develop our own skills […]Read More
This article is in 3 parts. It outlines the Surrogate EFT process that I find most effective, describes a non-scientific fun experiment using this method and how you can use this process for overcoming emotional issues about challenging EFT sessions.Read More
Part 2 (of 3): Experimenting with Surrogate EFT – Tapping for others using 3 Simple Effective Steps: In the October 2009 EFT Support Group, we did an experiment using this 3 step process with 2 people. One of the participants, X, had come to the group with a headache and cold symptoms, bunged up sinuses […]Read More
Common questions about Surrogate EFT Some of the most common questions I get asked on a regular basis are about Surrogate EFT, like “How can I surrogate tap?” “What is the best way to practice surrogate EFT?” “Do I use the first person when tapping?” “Do I imagine tapping on my child?” “How can I […]Read More
One of the most common questions I encounter from practitioner trainees (and a hurdle that I faced as an EFT artist/ practitioner) is: How do I complete/conclude an EFT session safely? How do I close a session when there is still so much to do? How do I stick to the time I have allocated for a session? My belief is, the act of closing a session elegantly is set in place from the first deep breath at the beginning of a session (perhaps with a pre-frame), and from the first AHA by testing the results and letting the shifts land and sink in. When a client has come to see a practitioner to find closure or resolution on a problem or long-term challenge, tidying the loose ends and being thorough becomes very important. Part of that process involves ensuring that the client notices and is made aware of their changes in perception.Read More
At its core, the basic recipe of EFT contains four vital processes that can be adapted for almost all situations and challenges.Read More
“When working with a client I believe that it is important to have total trust that the client is capable of experiencing and creating infinite joy and healing. It reminds me of what Goethe wrote, ‘Treat people as if they were what they ought to be, and you help them become what they are capable of being.'”Read More