Change can be one of the most difficult areas in life to deal with. Changing our life in some way and all the fears that come with that.
Sometimes it feels safer to remain stuck even when it does not benefit you to do so.
Our unconscious learns to take the fastest and easiest root, just like going to work we learn a way to go and stick with it. The brain works in the same way so that if we learn to think negative thoughts all the time we keep repeating that pattern
We resist the change and find that we need to control and stay with the status quo, we feel uncertain, fearing the unknown and what it may bring.
Advanced Heart Centred EFT Tapping Protocol
Establish the emotion to tap on with the client and use their words from the information you have gathered to place after the “even though I have this anxiety” statement.
This is a statement of fact and brings out the energy or resonance of the problem and brings it alive in the body and the energy system, we are using the global term [anxiety] as an example in this tapping session.
Ask your client to start tapping on the Karate chop and repeat the following whilst saying it out loud.
“Even though I have this [anxiety] – and it wears me down, stresses me out, leaving me feeling overwhelmed and out of control – I accept myself in this moment of time”.
“Even though I have all of this [anxiety] – and it makes me feel tight, fearful and it leaves me dizzy – I accept myself in this moment of time”.
“Even though I have all of this [anxiety] – and it makes me frightened about the future and what it may bring – I accept myself in this moment of time”.
Ask them to count out loud starting from 5 down to one as they tap each point illustrated. Continue reading
Keeping your clients safe at all times is so important, ff your client suffers an abreaction it may re-traumatise them and make the problem worse and could even kill them! To avoid this you must at all times give them either physical or psychological distance and disassociate them from the event.
* Physical distance from objects
(spiders, mice, telephones, etc.);
* From locations (lifts, precipices, motorways, etc.);
* From substances (allergens, phobic responses).
* Psychological distance from objects and locations by using pictures, videos. Continue reading
Humour gives us two important advantages, It offers a superior means for testing our work. If, indeed, the client can laugh or smile about some aspect of their issue (even rape, war trauma and the like) then we have sound evidence that we are making progress.
The “heaviness” is being lifted. It also offers a nearly ideal arena for reframing. For a client to genuinely see their issue from another perspective (reframing) is often the ultimate goal during healing sessions. Humour adds a form of “comic relief” and thus, in the midst of an otherwise heavy session, it adds a welcome perspective.
We are the creators of our dreams and for most of our lives we inhabit this mysterious and puzzling world. Important decisions in history have been made using dream interpretation and prediction. Both monks and ancient Babylonian scholars studied dream symbols and theorized about their meaning in order to make sense of their world. Because our dream symbols come from current experience and cultural influences, many of the images in modern dreams are very different from those of ancient civilizations.
As we sleep, dreams cast a shadow before us like a flowing stream, revealing future twists and turns and possible turbulence to come. Some images may appear strange but they are all part of a relevant and meaningful story concerning you and your life. We all dream over a million dreams in a lifetime and research has shown that everyone dreams, even though the dreams may not be remembered. Every morning and at night before you go to sleep ask yourself how you are doing. Continue reading
90 Important Questions To Ask Yourself in Life:
- Who are you?
- What are you passionate about?
- What are the achievements you are most proud of?
- What are you most grateful for in life?
- What are the most important things to you in life?
- How would you describe yourself?
- What are your values?
- What do you represent?
- What do you want to embody?
- Do you love yourself?… Why or Why not?
- How can you love yourself more today?
- What is your ideal self? What does it mean to be your highest self?
- Look at your life now. Are you living the life of your dreams?
- If you have one year left to live, what would you do?
- If you have one month left to live, what would you do?
- If you have one week left to live, what would you do?
- If you have one day left to live, what would you do?
- If you have an hour left to live, what would you do?
- If you have one minute left to live, what would you do?
- What would you do today if there is no more tomorrow?
- What are the biggest things you’ve learned in life to date?
- What advice would you give to yourself 3 years ago?
- If you are yourself 1 year from the future, how would you advise the you now?
- Is there something you’re still holding on to? Is it time to let it go?
- What are you busy with today? Will this matter 1 year from now? 3 years? 5 years?
- What are your Quadrant 2 tasks?
- What opportunities are you looking for?
- How can you create these opportunities?
- What are your biggest goals and dreams?
- If you are to do something for free for the rest of your life, what would you want to do?
- What would you do if you cannot fail; if there are no limitations in money, resources, time or networks?
- What do you want to achieve in 1 year from now?… 3 years?… 5 years?… 10 years?
- How important are these goals to you?
- What if these goals are doubled? Tripled? Magnified by 10? How would you feel? Would you prefer to achieve these or your previous goals?
- Who are the people who have achieved similar goals?
- … What can you learn from them?
- Are you putting any parts of your life on hold?… Why?
- What’s the top priority in your life right now?
- What are you doing about it?
- If you were to die tomorrow, what would be your biggest regret?
- For every experience you get: What are the biggest things you have learned?
- How can you do this better the next time?
- If you have 1 million dollars, what would you do with it?
- Do you love your job?
- What is your ideal career?
- How can you start creating your ideal career starting today?
- What is your ideal home like?
- What do you need to do to achieve your ideal home?
- What is your ideal physical look?
- What do you need to do to achieve your ideal physical look?
- What is your ideal life?
- What can you do to start living your ideal life?
- What do you fear most in life?
- Is there anything you are running away from?
- Are you settling for less than you are worth?… Why?
- What is your inner dialogue like?
- What limiting beliefs are you holding on to?
- Are they helping you achieve your goals?
- If not, is it time to let them go?
- What empowering beliefs can you take on to help you achieve your goals?
- What bad habits do you want to break?
- What good habits do you want to cultivate?
- What’s the biggest step you can take now that will create the biggest result?
- What would you want to say to yourself 1 year in the future?… 3 years?… 5 years?… 10 years?
- Where are you living right now – the past, future or present?
- Are you living your life to the fullest right now?
- What is the meaning of life?
- What is your purpose in life? Why do you exist? What is your mission?
- How can you make your life even more meaningful starting today?
- What drives you?
- What are the times you are most inspired, most motivated, most charged up?
- What did you do during those times? How can you do more of that starting today?
- How can you change someone’s life for the better today?
- Who are the 5 people you spend the most time with?
- Are these people enabling you or holding you back?
- What qualities do you want to embody? (Refer to Q5: Values and Q10: Ideal Self) Where can you meet people who embody these qualities?
- Who inspire you the most?
- How can you be like them?
- What is your ideal life partner like?
- Where can you find him/her?
- How can you get to know him/her?
- Are you afraid of letting others get close to you?… Why?
- Who are the most important people in the world to you?
- Are you giving them the attention you want to give?
- How can you spend more time with them starting today?
- What kind of person do you enjoy spending time around?
- How can you be this person to others?
- Who do you want to be like in 1 year?… 3 years?… 5 years?… 10 years?
- Who are your mentors in life? (formal or informal)
- What is one thing you’re going to do differently after reading this article?