Kev on February 5th, 2012

As a human being, you are a spiritual being traveling through time. And it’s great that you showed up here, because a methods we’ve developed here can help you do a better job of your journey through time, giving you more skill, more awareness, and more happiness. It’s a good thing, a very good thing. […]

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This weekend, something wonderful is happening. Because on Sunday, Susan Dillon and I are hosting the one-day ‘Beyond Healing EFT Seminar.’ Most folks know EFT as a fast and easy-to-learn way to relieve old emotional baggage, and current upsets. But did you know that EFT — with some magical new additions we’re presenting — will […]

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Kev on May 1st, 2011

EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) is a combination of talk-therapy and touch-therapy that clears upsets fast. These can be long-term upsets from the past, or current-time upsets. Exactly *why* it clears these upsets can be debated. Elsewhere on this site you’ll find an explanation from the viewpoint of Eastern (or “newage”) philosophy which has to do […]

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Kev on March 23rd, 2011

As described in our earlier article, “What are Brainwaves?” the popular term “brainwaves” comes from the electrical operation of the brain, which as it operates, causes quick voltage fluctuations in the different parts of the brain. <em><strong>::: FROM DEEPLY ASLEEP TO WIDE AWAKE </strong></em> For convenience, brainwaves are described by their frequency, or how fast […]

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Kev on March 21st, 2011

[reprinted from] by Nick Morgan One of the tools that I’ve found to be most effective is a tool I first came across in Michael Michalko’s excellent book “Cracking Creativity”. The tool in question is something he calls the invitational stem, and it’s one of the first habits I aim to ingrain in my […]

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