EFT Practice Day – 6th February 2016

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​​Practice with other people is the best way of keeping your hand (or is that fingertips) in with EFT.

It is so easy to forget to use the tapping for everyday stresses and strains and all the other stuff that can be challenging to handle.

Practising with other people reinforces your faith in the techniques as well giving you a chance to clear out some of the emotional and mental junk we all accumulate.

The day will run from 10am to 4pm, you will have an opportunity to tap with different tapping partners on whatever issue you feel comfortable working with including: difficult memories, stressful situations, up-coming challenges, physical issues – all the things you learnt about in EFT Level 1 or Level 2 trainings.

If you are a practitioner or working to become one the practice day will count as 6 hours CPD.

This practice day is open to anyone who has completed an EFT Level 1 or Level 2 training and costs £45

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EFT Café – 13th January, 2016 – Future Pull

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​Traditionally January is the time of New Year resolutions. Some of us make (vain) promises to ourselves to lose weight, exercise more, make more effort and so on. 

In a sense we decide what we need to do to become a thinner, fitter, accomplished version of ourselves.

Instead of focusing on the goals themselves is to imagine being our future self that has achieved that goal, or overcome a problem, to advise and assist our present self do what is needed to reach that happy state.

In the first EFT Café of 2016 Andy Hunt will demonstrate the ‘Future Pull’ process a combination of NLP timelines and tapping to help us get to who we want to be.

This EFT Café is on Wednesday 13th January, 2016 from 7pm to 9pm at St Oswald’s Hospice Teaching Centre, Gosforth, Newcastle and costs just £10.