John was diagnosed with diabetes over 30 years ago and the severe pains in his hands and feet had started 5 years ago. As we talked during the first session, I learned he had had a number of very serious health issues over the years, including crucial surgery which had gone wrong. He was very… Read more »
Judy was very frightened of flying but was determined to enjoy her twice-yearly holiday with her husband. Using EFT, we addressed specific aspects of her fear: looking out of the window, how the plane stayed in the air, not wanting to leave her seat once the plane had taken off, and take-off itself. Within two… Read more »
When Emily and I first started working together, she was very afraid of having to cope with her illness on her own. She felt betrayed by the carers and friends who had ended up “dropping” her and she felt isolated. We soon identified she felt out of control because of the losses in her life… Read more »
During my recent Level 1 EFT Workshop, The Essentials of EFT, I was reminded yet again of the power of “Mechanical EFT”. That is, acknowledging very simply what the problem is without incorporating what Gary Craig called the Art of Delivery. During pair work, one of the participants became very anxious and said she felt… Read more »
We have been taught that by asking the right questions we get the right answers. The same is true in EFT tapping. To get the EFT results you want you need to get specific, to dig deep down into the core of the issue. Last weekend, I taught my EFT Level 1 Workshop, the Essentials… Read more »
Stuck to unstuck. Annabel Fishers shows how EFT helps overcome resistance to getting unstuck and living a life that is exciting, exhilarating and expansive.
How much do you really love yourself? In Gary Craig’s basic recipe he initially recommended we say the phrase, “Even though ___________, I deeply and completely love and accept myself.” Deeply and completely love and accept yourself! When I teach EFT Level 1, we discuss the use of this phrase: can it be embraced with… Read more »
In Shakespeare’s famous soliloquy, Hamlet weighs the measures of life, ” To be or not to be, that is the question…” This quote recently came to mind and a thought occurred to me that I was witnessing a parallel here, but that perhaps the more appropriate question would be “To numb out or not to… Read more »
I was in the UK for Christmas and New Year and I saw the slogan, Keep Calm and Carry On, on mugs, place mats and bags. Taken from the propaganda poster produced by the British Government in 1939 to raise morale, it made me chuckle as I passed shop windows in 2012. So, when I… Read more »
Traditionally this is the time of year to celebrate – and so we should – but celebrations, big and small should happen throughout the year. Annabel Fisher recounts a recent experience her client had that was certainly cause to celebrate: remission from Crohn’s Disease.