Category Archives: EFT for Success

Why boredom is more defeating than annoyance
Posted on October 31, 2010

I recently had reason to be deeply grateful to someone whose work caused me to be annoyed about my own writing. A month ago I decided to improve areas of my website by revising the copy writing. I'd written these pages 4 years ago when I first started my business. In that time my business has grown and changed in important ways. The writing on those pages doesn’t reflect fully the energy of my business as it is now. 

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Finding balance between creating and releasing resistance
Posted on June 1, 2010

In EFT we’re encouraged to focus on something called our Personal Peace Procedure. This is an approach that allows us to clear the most troublesome memories from our past and so create greater peace. It’s been a vital part of my self healing. 

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So how long do I cope with this . . . ?
Posted on January 19, 2010

“They say it’s best to ride this financial crisis out and wait for things to improve.”

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Posted on December 31, 2009

You may have heard recently that the founder of EFT, Gary Craig, has announced his retirement from spreading word about this therapy due to health reasons.  You can read about this on his site.  Gary has played an amazing role in leading EFT into mass public awareness.  It’s sad to lose a visionary of his calibre from this specific field.  That said Gary intends to develop new areas of healing.  I invite you to leave a few words at the end of his blog to let him know how you personally have benefited from his liberal giving of EFT to the world.

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Finding the gift in the journey
Posted on December 1, 2009

They say it's about enjoying the journey, rather than achieving the goal. Why should I care about the journey that gets me to my end result? Isn’t this newsletter meant to be focused on achieving my goal?

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