How we think about ourselves and our world has a huge impact on the quality of our experience, how we perceive our world and what we can do to change it.
One way of getting ourselves stuck in our thinking is to turn our experience from the fluid process of life into fixed, unchangeable blocks.
We think about the ongoing problems of our lives: difficult relationships, low self-esteem, confidence, etc as if they were tangible things.
But, unlike real objects, you can’t put your relationships, self-esteem, confidence in a wheelbarrow and carry it around.
Thinking about these processes as things, seems to freeze them in place, making them harder to change. It’s as if we freeze the river of our lives into unmoving and unmoveable blocks of ice.
In this EFT Cafe, Andy Hunt will show you how to recognise this stuckness and how to use tapping to melt this frozen thinking, allowing your mind to get back into the flow of life and give you more ways to change your experience for the better.
The EFT Café is on Wednesday 8th May, from 7pm-9pm at St Oswald’s Hospice Teaching Centre, Gosforth, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE3 1EE and costs just £10.