When we are born we are hard-wired to connect with our caregivers. Human beings mature slowly, our brains learn through social interaction and we are dependent upon our parents for our survival longer than any other mammal. When those connections, also known as attachment styles, are strong, the result is a more emotionally, psychological and physically healthy adult complete with a strong sense of self. However, when that fails to be the case, it commonly leads to poor health, fragile egos, and beliefs of not being enough or that the world is unsafe.
Why do some people see the EFT glass as half empty while others see it as half full? Is EFT as a therapeutic intervention an expanding phenomenon or growing far too slowly given its potential impact for humanity?
The 10 EFT misconceptions you should be aware of offers ten popular myths that are important for anyone considering using or learning EFT to do due diligence and find out for themselves.
For further reading and information on the ACEs Adverse Childhood Experiences study, click HERE To get your ACEs score, give yourself one point for each yes you answer to the questions below. Before your 18th birthday, did a parent or other adult in the household often or very often… swear at you, insult you, put… Read More »
Legal Considerations for Marketing Your EFT Practice is a critical issue for EFT practitioners and Craig Weiner and Alina Frank are EFT business coaches who emphasize this important consideration.
I would like to begin with the notion that there is no right or wrong fee when it comes to what to charge for your work as an EFT practitioner. You support transformation of people’s lives and that is an invaluable service. You might give away your services or charge $500 per hour and that… Read More »
Why Developing Your EFT Niche Is So Critical for Success explores why targeting your focus for your EFT business is such an important aspect for creating a thriving business.
This blogpost explores emerging research in the field of epigenetics that supports the importance of our continued efforts for transformative therapeutic change as studies continue to demonstrate that our lifetime experience alters the information we pass down to our children.
New Research Supports EFT’s Effective Use for Insomnia in an Elderly Population in only 4 weeks in this 2015 peer reviewed study published in 2015