EFT trainer, Alina Frank demonstrates how to use Clinical EFT to address core beliefs with a woman whose experiences have resulted in a belief that “men are irresponsible.” Filmed in conjunction with an EFT Universe training at Hollyhock Retreat Center on Cortes Island, BC.
A 25 year long study on past life recall in children was performed at the University of Virginia. Most of these children had clear memories from age 2 to age 7. These kids from around the world had quite a few things in common including shared verifiable traits of the previous personality, memories of unnatural causes of death, recognition of relatives from the same family circle, and birth defects or marks corresponding with injuries experienced in those past lives.
There has been a lot written about the importance of finding a core issue. In fact, my ability to find core issues quickly is something people often say about my work. Core issues are your assumptions about the world and who you are. It’s often reflected in the way you behave. Often they are subconscious and hidden to you. One of the things I love about EFT is it’s ability to jog the subconscious mind and allow ideas and concepts to come to the forefront of consciousness. Core issues are the framework of your reality-
There is so much being said these days about the value of engaging your subconscious mind in permanent change and transformation. There are some very important tenets of the subconscious and unconscious mind that you need to understand in order to effectively tame it and allow it to work for you instead of against you through self sabotage.
Author: Alina Frank Article Source: eftarticles.com My Discovery Story I had believed that I had a perfect tool for myself and my clients when I came across EFT. I healed myself of an autoimmune condition and felt that I had all I needed to clear most complaints. A few years ago someone told me that… Read More »
Mary asked me to help her with a health issue that she had been trying to clear up on her own with EFT. The emotional core issue was her fear of people in her life leaving or abandoning her. Throughout her life she had experienced loss. First by her very young mother who left Mary to be raised primarily by her grandparents and then later by a series of friends, lovers, and co-workers.
Life is all about changing and learning. When we aren’t growing we can get hit with what I call the “cosmic two by four.” These types of traumas in our adult lives can look like the breakup of a relationship, being diagnosed with a frightening disease, or the loss of a job. That kind of journey into the depths of despair can also be seen as life throwing us into a full course correction. Many traditions speak of the momentous shifts coming from these traumas as a “Zen Slap” or a “Shaman’s Blow.” Here’s a parable that helps to illustrate this idea.