EFT Café – Dec 11th, 2013 – Tapping Into Gratitude

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The practice and “attitude of gratitude” has been extolled by many religious traditions down the ages.

Now research is revealing that gratitude is not just a good thing, it is a thing that is good for you.

Some of the benefits of gratitude:

  • Practicing gratitude has proven to be one of the most reliable methods for increasing happiness and life satisfaction; it also boosts feelings of optimism, joy, pleasure, enthusiasm, and other positive emotions.
  • Gratitude reduces anxiety and depression.
  • Gratitude is good for our bodies: Studies suggest gratitude strengthens the immune system, lowers blood pressure, reduces symptoms of illness, and makes us less bothered by aches and pains. It also encourages us to exercise more and take better care of our health.
  • Grateful people sleep better: They get more hours of sleep each night, spend less time awake before falling asleep, and feel more refreshed upon awakening. If you want to sleep more soundly, count blessings, not sheep.
  • Gratitude makes us more resilient.
  • It strengthens relationships: It makes us feel closer and more committed to friends and romantic partners.
  • Gratitude promotes forgiveness.
  •  Grateful people are more helpful, altruistic, and compassionate.

In this month’s EFT Café (just in time for the season of giving and receiving) Andy Hunt will demonstrate ways of using EFT to boost your abilities to feel and express gratitude and to neutralise some of the blocks that may get in the way of feeling grateful.

The EFT Café is on Wednesday 11th December between 7pm and 9pm at St Oswald’s Hospice Teaching Centre, Gosforth, Newcastle upon Tyne and costs just £10.

EFT Café – November 13th – Tapping & Timelines

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This month’s EFT Cafe is about combining EFT/Tapping with the concept of timelines from Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) to give you a simple and powerful way to prepare to be at your best for upcoming events.

If you have to attend an interview, make a visit to the dentist, speak at a presentation at work, have a tricky conversations at home, get through Christmas with your sanity intact or go though any other potentially challenging situation, this process will help you be at your best.

By harnessing tapping and the power of your unconscious mind you can prepare for what you have to do in a simple and powerful way. You don’t need to have any experience of NLP to attend this workshop but you do need to have some experience of EFT.

The EFT Cafe is on Wednesday 13th November at St Oswald’s Hospice Training Centre, Gosforth between 7pm & 9pm and costs just £10.