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 18th, 2011

EFT: How To Find Core Issues Many people using Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) worry that they don’t know or cannot *find* the reason behind a particular problem. So they usually start guessing. Why can’t I lose weight? “Maybe it’s my hormones . . . my genes . . . or a slow metabolism . . […]

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by Gwyneth Moss [reprinted from] Emotion Follows Perception Aaron Beck, one of the founding fathers of cognitive behavioral therapy, said “emotion follows perception” meaning that the way we feel about a situation is a result of the way we perceive it. In this article we will be considering how, with EFT, the “emotion follows […]

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