“Sexual injury (assault or otherwise) can lie at the heart of a multitude of presenting client issues, ranging from money blocks to physical health problems to a “fear of being seen” as well as more obvious concerns like intimacy challenges.” Alina Frank, author of How to Want Sex Again This is not an easy topic… Read More »
This article is about dealing with the dark side of sex, aka sexual trauma. It is also about the place where sexual trauma and tapping converge. It is about how and when to use EFT (and when NOT to) with regard to helping yourself or helping others to heal from the effects of such trauma. This is a sensitive topic, we know. We promise that this article will not be graphic, but still, please proceed with caution and remember to resource yourself by tapping on yourself if it is a triggering issue for you.
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.
The World’s First English/Portuguese EFT Telesummit In 2014, Silvana Prano launched an ambitious project, to bring EFT to the world of Portuguese speaking people. She hand selected experts for the Bright Minds of EFT World Telesummit. Presenters included EFT Masters Ann Adams, Gwenn Bonnell, and Alina Frank, Karin Davidson, Linda Wood, David McKay, Deborah Miller,… Read More »
Outlined below are just a fraction of how sex can be beneficial to your physical healthy and well-being. I do however need to share that you should consider the following: Act responsibly, be kind, all good things in moderation (but who defines moderation?), check with your doctor (really?) and do not partake in while driving. Let’s begin with the relationship of Sex and Happiness
For the 11th International webinar on Bridging the Gap Between Energy Medicine and Energy Psychology, a grand collaboration occurred between the Energy Medicine Exchhange (EME) and the Association of Energy Psychology (ACEP). The event included a full day of presenter panels including luminaries such as David Feinstein, Dawson Church (EFT),Tapas Fleming (TAT), Starhawk, Dan Benor… Read More »
Everyday I work with clients on the issue of facing the truth about themselves or others. Deception is so easy that I have come to believe that it’s inevitable- we tell ourselves lies to keep ourselves safe, to remain comfortable, or to prevent our life circumstances from changing.
Two of the most difficult issues to work with are that of two personality extremes that are on the same continuum, those that have been referred to as borderlines and narcissists and those who are in relationship with them. Obviously I do not treat these people for those conditions but sometimes they are referred to me by their mental health care professionals. I have heard from a number of therapists, that they choose to not work with individuals who acknowledge themselves as having these disorders. They feel that the odds of recovery and healing from these conditions are too low. My point of interest isn’t in helping those who are unfortunately plagued with these issues but with the people that are in relationship with them.
When to End It, When to Stay points to the question and conundrum that many individuals in troubled relationships feel when they have tried everything and still are not happy despite all their good intentions and efforts and don’t know what to do.